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City Council Split On Proposed Property Tax Rate Increase

A proposed property tax increase in Pasadena drew opposition from two City Council members and complaints from residents during a recent public hearing.

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Pasadena Police Warn Of Credit Card Skimmers At An Area Gas Station

The Pasadena Police Department is warning residents of potential credit card fraud after several skimming devices were found at an area gas station.

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Harvey's Blow Won't Stop This Rodeo

Flooding from Hurricane Harvey forced a few changes, but the 68th annual Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo is set to get underway.

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Hearings Scheduled On Proposed City Tax Rate Increase

The city of Pasadena has set a Sept. 19 public hearing on a proposed property tax rate increase of just under 1 cent aimed at boosting revenue to cover improvements promised by Mayor Jeff Wagner in his election campaign.

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Flood's Devastation Means Unexpected Changes For Pasadena ISD's Thompson Intermediate

For the roughly 900 Thompson Intermediate School students whose campus was devastated by flooding from Hurricane Harvey, school started this week on schedule, but in unfamiliar surroundings.

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Officer Shoots And Kills Suspect In La Porte

LA PORTE, Texas (KTRK) -- The Texas Rangers are investigating after a deadly officer-involved shooting in La Porte.

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Body Found In Deer Park Ballfield Dugout, Just Before Nearby Cross Country Race

Just hours before the annual Deer Park High School Invitational was to take place, a grisly discovery was made when a body was found in the third-base dugout of a girls softball field.

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Relocated Lone Star Flight Museum In Houston Opens Saturday

HOUSTON, Texas -- A vintage military aircraft museum in Galveston that was swamped by Hurricane Ike in 2008 and survived Harvey after recently moving to Houston is set to open.

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Houston Billionaire Tilman Fertitta To Buy Rockets

HOUSTON -- The Houston Rockets announced Tuesday an agreement has been signed for the purchase of the team by businessman Tilman J. Fertitta.

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