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Plans to build a 60,000-square-foot Restaurant Depot in Pasadena are on hold after a group of neighborhood residents voiced opposition to the proposed development.
In a trial in which Pasadena's mayor and a City Council member have taken the stand, testimony is expected to resume this week in a federal voting rights lawsuit in which the city's council system is accused of being discriminatory against Hispanics.
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Plans have stalled for a $4.4 million renovation that had been expected to lead to a lease agreement for the old AT&T building near Pasadena City Hall.
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From cookies to remote-controlled coolers and every delectable item in between, the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce's 27th annual Taste of the Town on Nov. 3 was its usual wall-to-wall offering of tasty treats for hungry visitors.
PASADENA, TX (KTRK) -- With more than 67,000 people turning out in Harris County alone, the first day of early voting reportedly shattered records.
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The Texas Department of State Health Services and Cameron County Department of Health and Human Services today announced the first case of Zika virus disease likely transmitted by a mosquito in Texas.
PEARLAND, TX (KTRK) -- Hundreds of people who searched for a missing boy with autism attended a vigil in his memory Saturday night in Pearland. Police found the body of 9-year-old Marcus McGhee in a pond on the property where he was last seen.
DEER PARK, TX (KTRK) -- Class was well underway when it happened at 9:30 am on Monday morning, a money courier had picked up the cash deposits at Deepwater Junior High, in the parking lot, according to the letter sent home to parents.
WEBSTER, Texas -- Officers shot and killed a wanted man Tuesday night outside of a Webster motel.
The Deer Park City Council recently agreed to spend $6.8 million to build a new city hall on vacant land just east of the current one.
SANTA FE, TX (KTRK) -- A heartbreaking story out of Santa Fe is taking a turn for the better.