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Trustees Approve New Administrative Positions; Still Named Schneider Principal

The Pasadena ISD Board of Trustees recently appointed employees Kristin Still, Jana Johnson, Keith Moore, and Adriana Saavedra-Palomares to new administrative positions within the district.

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Crystal Geyser To Build Facility In Pasadena

A leading bottled water brand is coming to Pasadena.

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Heavy Trash Problems Piling Up

Mountains of heavy trash continue to pile up in front of homes in some Pasadena neighborhoods due to problems Waste Management has had due to heavy rains and other issues.

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Boy, 11, Killed In ATV Accident In Pasadena

PASADENA, TX (KTRK) -- A young boy was killed and his uncle injured in an ATV accident Monday, Pasadena police said.

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Pasadena Man Finds Bullet Hole In Roof

A Pasadena man called police after he discovered a bullet in his home.

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Child, 7, Allegedly Attacked By Stepfather For Not Doing Chores

La Porte Police recently arrested a man for allegedly attacking his 7-year-old step son.

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Many Districts Struggle To Fill Bus Driver Slots

Children may sing about how wheels on the bus go round and round, but those vehicles won't go anywhere if there is nobody to drive them.

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Spaceport At Ellington Airport Could Spur Development

With the selection of Ellington Airport as the nation's 10th commercial spaceport, business leaders are looking forward to a big boost in the local economy, anticipating the designation will lure new companies and prompt others to relocate to the area.

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La Porte Female, 17, Shot From Outside Home

On Monday (July 27) at approximately 3:45 a.m., La Porte Police responded to the 8500 block of Avington Rd. in reference to a call of a female who had been shot in the leg.

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Barge Catches Fire Following Houston Ship Channel Collision

GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) -- The US Coast Guard says the Houston Ship Channel has fully reopened following the collision of two barges early Monday morning.

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