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A look at Harvey's damage by neighborhoods
Breaking it down by county, Harris had the most damage, by far, with 154,170 homes flooded, followed by Galveston at 12,000 homes, Brazoria with 9,000, Fort Bend with 6,800, and Montgomery with 4,100.
Suspected Danbury drug dealer busted at bank
On Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, Cristopher Marcos, 22, of Osborn Street in Danbury, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell,... more
Shark bite victim gives first sit-down interview about attack at Crystal Beach
“I already saw the fin, and I knew it wasn’t a porpoise,” Shelton said. “So I turn around to get out of there and that’s when he grabbed me by the leg. And I guess the only way to explain it would be like sandpaper, is what it felt like; just grabbed on, like gritty.”
Pet adoption events slated for Saturday
BRAZORIA —If you love dogs, cats and fun, you’ll want to leave your house this Saturday.Dow Chemical Co., Scooper Cat and SPCA of Brazoria County are hosting two events aimed at promoting adoption of pets.The SPCA, at 141 Canna Lane in Lake Jackson, will participate in national Clear the Shelter Day
Ramp removal to ruin Loop 610, Texas 288 weekend traffic
Only the Labor Day weekend, when many people travel, will not feature weekend closings of both freeways through the interchange, based on the schedule released by Blueridge Transportation Group, the firm building toll lanes along Texas 288.
2 men arrested after robbing bank customer in Pearland, police say
On Aug. 10, Eugene and Randle followed a customer from a Pearland bank to another location, where they broke into the victim's vehicle, according to authorities.
2 teens arrested in killing of Texas City woman in revenge plot over stolen credit card
Cory McCray, 19, was arrested by Texas Department of Public Safety troopers on Wednesday evening in Atacosta County on a murder warrant for the killing of Lucia Bertrand in Texas City.
Santa Fe ISD implements new safety measures for upcoming school year
There will be three ways to get in to the school at the start of the day: a front, side and rear entrance. Once class has begun, the only access point will be the front entrance. Each entrance will be staffed with officers andmetal detectors.
Officials less sure accused killer wasn't bullied
SANTA FESanta Fe school officials might have spoken too soon when they dismissed as untrue claims that faculty and staff members bullied Dimitrios Pagourtzis, a student charged in the May 18 shooting that killed 10 and wounded 13.In a private meeting with parents Sunday, Santa Fe Independent School
Decomposing head and body found near tracks in Rosenberg
ROSENBERG, Texas (KTRK) --Authorities are investigating after a head and body were found Wednesday afternoon in Rosenberg.Officials say railroad workers called Rosenberg Police just before 1 p.m. after they found a human head behind the 1500 block of Avenue G, not far from the tracks.Detectives at t
LJ traffic stop yields 26 grams of meth
LAKE JACKSON —Two Brazoria County women remain in custody a week after police say they found almost 30 grams of methamphetamine during a traffic stop.Kira Ann Campbell and Susan Renee Clay, both 35, each face a first-degree felony charge of manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance, Brazori
Parent information night held at Santa Fe High School to discuss changes for upcoming school year
In fact, prior to the event, parents were encouraged to submit questions ahead of time so that district leaders can an answer them at the session.
Danbury police arrest suspected New Milford drug dealer with toddler in car
Photo: / Contributed Photo /Danbury Police DepartmentDanbury police arrested Ryan Santos, of New Milford, on various drug charges on Tuesday.
Human head located near railroad tracks in Rosenberg, police say
KPRCA human head was located near railroad tracks Wednesday in Rosenberg, according to police. A body was located nearby that had been deceased for an "extended period," police said.
Pearland, Friendswood Alvin ISD step up school security efforts | Community Impact Newspaper
By the time students return to classes this month, Alvin, Pearland and Friendswood ISDs will have added safety improvements that have been in the works—in some cases for years—but have taken on added emphasis in the months following the Sante Fe school shooting in May.Updates this year include more
Substitute teacher's family sues family of Santa Fe High School shooting suspect
SANTA FE, Texas (FOX 26)- The family of substitute teacher Cynthia Tisdale, who was among the people killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School on May 18, has filed a lawsuit against the family of Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the student suspect in the campus attack.
Man, juvenile arrested for Texas City woman's death; three people charged with murder
CRIMEMan, juvenile arrested for Texas City woman's death; three people charged with murderThe Texas City Police Department said Cory Thomas McCray, 19, and a juvenile girl was taken into custody Wednesday for the death of Lucia Bertrand. A 37-year-old woman was also arrested for Bertrand's death Sun
Woman was killed in a revenge plot, police allege
TEXAS CITYTwo teenagers were arrested Wednesday evening in connection to the killing of a Texas City woman who police allege might have been victim of a revenge plot cooked up over stolen money.Cory McCray, 19, and an unnamed 17-year-old woman were in custody Wednesday evening, the Texas City Police
Two charged in death of Texas City mom, police say
TEXAS CITY, Texas— The Texas City Police Department has charged two people in connection with the murder of a Texas City mom.Detectives have charged Amy Lynne Medina and 19-year-old Cory McCray with murder, for allegedly causing the death of Lucia Bertrand.Bertrand was found unresponsive at a reside
Stefanowski wins GOP primary for governor
One by one, they fell by the wayside Tuesday night, and then, finally, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton was the last to admit that he would not be able to catch Bob Stefanowski in the race for the Republican nomination for governor.