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The suspect in a fatal stabbing is currently at large and Pasadena police are asking for the public’s help in locating his whereabouts.
Bill Henry, who starred on Pasadena High’s state championship basketball team in 1946 before embarking on a 16-year career as a major-league pitcher, passed away last Friday (April 11) in Round Rock.
Pasadena police recently responded to a home burglary involving electronic equipment and lizards.
The public is invited to hand over their drugs.
A contingent of past and present Pasadena ISD sports standouts “broke the tape” Saturday on a museum to preserve the legacy of district athletic achievements for future generations.
On Wednesday April 9, 2014, investigators with the Pasadena Police Department and Harris County District Attorney’s office made contact with an individual believed to be responsible for the cold case murders of a 12-year-old boy and his mother.
The man who opened the doors to Sam Rayburn High School a half-century ago has been selected for induction -- along with six alumni and two other former educators -- in the school’s new Hall of Honor.
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A maintenance worker at an apartment complex in South Houston is facing charges of sexual assault involving a juvenile victim.
TEXAS CITY — The owners of a ship involved in a collision that spilled heavy fuel oil into Galveston Bay seeks to stop claims against the firm.
And La Porte softball coach Bryant Upshaw could hit, posting a .667 batting average his senior year on the Blanco baseball team.
The Deer Park Chamber of Commerce has extended an invitation to all families and friends to attend this year’s Totally Texas Festival on Saturday, April 12 at the Jimmy Burke Center
HOUSTON -- A northwest Harris County woman who worked as a pediatric nurse last year is accused of poisoning her daughter.
KILLEEN, TX -- The soldier who killed three people before committing suicide in an attack on the same Texas military base where more than a dozen people were slain in 2009 had shown no recent risks of violence, authorities said Thursday.
To help meet a high demand in the Houston area for nurses, the San Jacinto College North Campus will offer Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) as an extension of the College’s existing ADN program, which operates at the Central Campus.