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Police Salary Increase Wins Preliminary Approval

A proposed police officer salary increase put forward by Mayor Johnny Isbell recently received preliminary approval from the Pasadena City Council.

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Fire Destroys Home In Pasadena

Officials are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a home in Pasadena on Monday.

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Pasadena Art Student Awarded With Trip To Carnegie Hall

HOUSTON - How do you get to Carnegie Hall in New York City? Practice. Practice. Practice.

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City Officials Honor Retiring Council Members

A near standing-room-only crowd of friends, family members and supporters recently gathered for an awards ceremony held to recognize three retiring Pasadena City Council members at City Hall.

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Indoor Harvest Corp Provides Update on CLARA Vertical Farm Project in Pasadena, Texas

On March 31, 2015 the Company announced the signing of a LOI with the City of Pasadena, Texas to fund the establishment and provisioning of an indoor agricultural facility (vertical farm) to be located in Pasadena, Texas.

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La Porte Police Arrest Alleged Drug Dealer

A routine traffic stop recently led to the arrest of two La Porte men on felony drug-related charges and one of the suspects now stands accused of being a drug dealer.

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Deer Park Man Named To Texas Most Wanted List

DEER PARK, TX (KTRK) -- A Deer Park man charged with indecency with a child is now on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list after he allegedly removed his required ankle monitor while out on bond.

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Chlorine Leak Shuts Down Part Of Kemah Boardwalk Parking Garage

KEMAH, TX (KTRK) -- A section of the parking garage at the Kemah Boardwalk is closed due to a chlorine leak, according to the Kemah Fire Department.

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Doctor: Old Flea-contracted Disease Making Comeback In Galveston County

GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) -- A disease that spread through Galveston County more than 60 years ago and kept people sick for weeks is making a comeback, according to an infectious disease specialist at UTMB-Galveston.

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FAA Approves Houston Spaceport At Ellington

HOUSTON – Houston leaders and representatives from Johnson Space Center gathered downtown Tuesday to announce Federal Aviation Administration approval of a spaceport license for Ellington Airport.

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