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Phillips 66 Installs Largest Decal of 811 Logo

April is safe digging month for the national 811 "call before you dig" program.

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Pasadena Soccer Returning To Playoffs After Three-year Absence

In terms of postseason excitement, longtime Pasadena High School boys soccer coach Gavin Bruce may have to rank this year’s accomplishment as one of the best.

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Law Enforcement Officer Vies Against Pasadena District H Incumbent

A contest for the city of Pasadena’s District H in the May 1 election pits a two-term incumbent focused on updating infrastructure against a career law enforcement officer whose platform includes ensuring competitive pay for police and other city workers.

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Museum Saves Relics Of Texas History Drenched During Freeze

Two days into the February winter storm, lines and lines of soggy antique paper currency lay across tables set up in the ground-floor lobby of the San Jacinto Museum of History in La Porte.

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Latest Pasadena Sales Tax Figures Show Hope For Rebound

While monthly sales tax figures for many area cities were still in a year-on-year decline, things were looking up in Pasadena.

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More Than 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Given In Harris County

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- New demographic data shows Harris County is outpacing other COVID-19 vaccine providers among vulnerable populations, according to county officials.

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Guitar World Recognizes Area Musician's Transcription Of Van Halen Solo

It’s almost like speaking another language.

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IRS Postpones April 15 Tax Deadline for Texas Residents, Businesses

The Internal Revenue Service extended the April 15 tax-filing and payment deadline to June 15 for all residents and businesses in Texas, citing the damage caused by the recent winter storms and power outages in the state.

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Governor Abbott Meets With DPS Director McCraw To Discuss Border Security

Governor Greg Abbott today met with Colonel Steve McCraw, Director of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), to discuss safety and security along the Texas border.

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Gov. Abbott Reassures Texans More COVID-19 Vaccines Are Coming

AUSTIN, Texas (KTRK) -- Gov. Greg Abbott traveled to Arlington on Monday to tour a mass COVID-19 vaccination site and to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccine efforts in Texas.

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