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Three people die in Meadows Place murder-suicide

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Police in Meadows Place say three people are dead in a murder-suicide, according to our news partner, KHOU Channel 11. Investigators say a man came home from work around 6:20 Tuesday evening to find three of his relatives shot to death in the 11700 block of Dorrance Lane. The dead are two adult women and […]

Dulles’ Flemming leaves Vikings to start new program at Fulshear

The Dulles High football team will look to win the first game of the Oschlor Flemming Era when it hosts North Forest at 6 p.m. Thursday at Hall Stadium.  (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

Dulles High head football coach Oschlor Flemming has decided to leave the Vikings after two seasons. The former Texas A&M running back has accepted the position of starting the new football program at Lamar CISD’s Fulshear High, which is scheduled to open this summer. Flemming succeeded the legendary Jim Creech last year, and the Vikings endured […]

Constable Davis to face Sgt. Smith in re-election rematch

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Fort Bend Precinct 2 Constable Ruben Davis will run for a sixth term next year and he’ll face a familiar opponent in the Democratic Party Primary on March 1. Davis, who was first elected in 1996, will face Missouri City Police Sgt. Daryl Smith, whom he defeated 55 percent (2,867 votes) […]

Ridge Point Football not intimidated by Cedar Park’s top billing

Ridge Point High quarterback Shane Gosson passed for 215 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-35 overtime win over Angleton on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

Cedar Park may be the top-ranked Class 5A football team in the state of Texas. But don’t expect red-hot Ridge Point to stand in awe of the 14-0 Timberwolves in the 5A-II State Semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston. “Our kids don’t worry about rankings – that’s for adults and people […]

Report: Alamo Drafthouse theater coming to Sugar Land in 2017

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Sugar Land is going to become the movie-going hotbed of the Greater Houston area. The city already has an AMC 30 next to the First Colony Mall, and the Flix Brewhouse coming next year. On Tuesday, CultureMap of Houston reported that Alamo Drafthouse will open a location in Sugar Land’s Imperial Market, a new multi-use […]

Jay Miller named Sugar Land Skeeters President

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The Sugar Land Skeeters are thrilled to announce Jay Miller as their new President. The former Round Rock Express President and Texas Rangers Executive brings 34 years of front office baseball experience to the Skeeters organization. “We’re extremely excited that Jay has joined our team.” Skeeters owner Bob Zlotnik said. “He brings a wealth of […]

Ridge Point edges Angleton, advances to state semifinals

Ridge Point High quarterback Shane Gosson passed for 215 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-35 overtime win over Angleton on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

The Ridge Point High football team just continues to make history. The Panthers (11-3) edged perennial power Angleton (8-6), 36-35 in overtime, in the Class 5A, Division II State Quarterfinals on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. They’ll face undefeated Cedar Park (14-0) in the state semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday at NRG Stadium […]

Rep. Reynolds sentenced to a year in jail; he’s out on bond pending appeal

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District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri) received the maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $4,000 fine after being convicted of five counts of Misdemeanor Barratry on Monday. Reynolds posted $25,000 bond and is out of jail, pending his appeal, which is being handled by Houston attorney and fellow State Rep. Harold […]

Report: Rep.Reynolds convicted of misdemeanor Barratry

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US STATE REPRESENTATIVE

In a legal case that has persisted for over a year, a final verdict come down on Friday. And District 27 State Rep. Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City), the Democratic House Whip, was convicted of five counts of Misdemeanor Barratry (colloquially known as Ambulance Chasing) at Montgomery County Court in Conroe. Reynolds, who has proclaimed his […]

Missouri City will hire Snipes as its next City Manager; Atkinson to resume role as Assistant

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With two finalists for the City Manager position, the Missouri City city council had a clear choice – go with a known quantity, or hire a candidate unfamiliar with the city. It’s decision proved to be a compromise. The council voted unanimously on Wednesday night to hire former Austin Assistant City Manager Anthony Snipes, but […]

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