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A whole new batch of Buds and Sissys could soon be flocking to Pasadena to look for love in all the wrong places, if all goes to plan for a legendary country singer and his business partners.
The removal of Assistant Fire Chief Richard Lawhorn was again brought before the Pasadena City Council at a public meeting held Tuesday (July 15).
Pasadena Mayor Johnny Isbell is raising the minimum starting hourly rate to $12.50 per hour for full-time employees of the City of Pasadena. The new hourly rate is more than 70 percent higher than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.
Although Mayor Johnny Isbell downplayed reports police officials were considering a proposal to close the Pasadena Police Crime Lab to allow the Houston Police Department to take over and run a satellite facility, several City Councilmembers spoke out against the idea during discussions related to the proposed budget for the Pasadena Crime Control and Prevention District (PCCPD) recently.
PASADENA, Texas – Firefighters discovered a burned body when they responded to a grass fire Monday morning near the Sam Houston Parkway, police said.
PASADENA, Texas -- Police say a woman shot and killed another woman Saturday outside a home in Pasadena.
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THE WOODLANDS, Texas – A Woodlands man in his 60s is said to be the first person in the Houston area to contract the West Nile virus, according to Montgomery County health officials.
HOUSTON -- From a routine traffic stop to a hunt for nerves and inconsistent answers, drug interdiction officers can quickly pick up on when to search a vehicle, and on Highway 59 that can often result in huge discoveries of drugs and drug money.
Firefighters are investigating house explosion in Willis.
Gov. Rick Perry is expected to announce Monday that he will activate up to 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Rio Grande Valley, state Sen. Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa, D-McAllen, confirmed Sunday night.
On July 4 Pasadena police responded to an incident which caused significant damage to property at the Deepwater Junior High campus.
HOUSTON -- Even the people who represent undocumented children don’t know how long those children flooding the border may get to stay here.
BROWNSVILLE, TX -- A report is forecasting a below-average shrimp season in Texas, which could lead to higher prices.