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Pasadena police were recently dispatched to the scene of a disturbance involving a woman who held on the tailgate of a truck she claimed struck her car.
A resolution to add $1.6 million to the Pasadena Second Century Corporation (PSCC) budget was narrowly approved by Mayor Johnny Isbell and the Pasadena City Council Tuesday (March 17).
Thousands of Texans and others will gather at San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site on Saturday, April 18, 2015 to celebrate the brief but decisive battle that brought Texas its independence from Mexico.
PASADENA, Texas – Six people, including two small children, were injured in a crash in Pasadena, police said early Tuesday.
A worker at a Pasadena daycare center is under investigation after the parent of a six-month old made a report to police of alleged abuse captured on video.
Mayor Johnny Isbell’s decision to hand out board appointments to political candidates was met with sharp criticism at a city council meeting Tuesday (March 3).
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The Urban Land Institute has released its long-awaited report on what it feels the future should hold for the NRG Astrodome.
Looking for something fun and different to do? Ever wonder what's behind all those locked doors aboard the Battleship TEXAS? The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department's (TPWD) the First TEXAS Volunteers (FTV) will host a Hard Hat Tour, Saturday May 2nd, 2015 aboard the Battleship TEXAS.
GALVESTON – Galveston's two largest beaches are set to receive a total of $41 million in improvements, including boardwalks, bathrooms and a pavilion.
One month after La Porte police arrested an employee at the Lea Spa massage parlor in La Porte for working without a permit, investigators have made two additional arrests at the same business.
DEER PARK, TX -- An 18-year-old Deer Park student was recently jailed on charges of sexual abuse of a child after a Webster Police detective received a tip from the Houston Metro Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) -- The Carnival Triumph is now on its way back to Galveston, and should arrive by 11am Thursday.