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Report: Sienna Plantation youth league executive accused of stealing funds


Staff Reports Sienna Plantation resident Trace Werner wanted to build a pool at his home, but he allegedly went about it by stealing from the local youth baseball league. Werner, 44, was arrested on charges of money laundering, theft and misapplication of financial property after local authorities say he stole more than $50,000 from the […]

Tennessee native Chris Hardwick makes Texans laugh


By Courtney Creekmore For The Star Television personality and comedian Chris Hardwick covered plenty of different topics during his visit to the University of Houston’s Cullen Performance Hall on Thursday night. He was hysterical during an hour-long stand-up routine, which was part of the Funcomfortable Tour. The 43-year-old Memphis native recounted stories of family, relationships, […]

Hardwick to perform at University of Houston on Thursday night


Chris Hardwick, a comedian and television personality, will perform his “Funcomfortable Tour” at Cullen Performance Hall on the campus of the University of Houston at 8 p.m. Thursday night. The 43-year-old Memphis native currently hosts the television program, “Talking Dead,” in which the hosts discusses episodes of the popular series “The Walking Dead.” His previous work […]

Missouri City’s new HCC campus delayed due to County Facilities Bond


By Michael Sudhalter Missouri City’s new Houston Community College (HCC) campus was set to be built on Texas Parkway by January 2017, but it will be delayed by a months – or possibly longer. The construction of the $21.5 million campus is part of an elaborate development plan that involves Missouri City, HCC, Fort […]

Football Notebook: Marshall High’s defensive success is ahead of schedule


By Michael Sudhalter Entering the 2015 season, Marshall High head coach James Williams had to replace most of his starting defense, with the exception of the defensive line. Among the graduates were All-American cornerback Kendall Sheffield, who’s now at the University of Alabama. But Williams has been pleased with several players who have stepped […]

Weather derails Quail Valley City Centre profit projection


By Michael Sudhalter The city of Missouri City predicted a small profit for City Centre at Quail Valley in Fiscal Year 2015, but Mother Nature had other plans. “For the Year-to-Date, actual net loss is $133,851 versus a budgeted Year-to-Date profit of $3,434,” said Missouri City spokesman Cory Stottlemyer. “The budget was created with […]

Gov. Abbott appoints Chad Bridges to fill Culver’s term as 240th Judicial District Court judge


Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Chad Bridges of Sugar Land as judge of the 240th Judicial District Court in Fort Bend County for a term set to expire at the next general election in November 2016. Chad Bridges has practiced law in the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office for more than 12 years; he […]

Report: Rosenberg Police arrest man suspected of firing shots from roof of Richmond school


Rosenberg Police arrested a man after a shooting incident Sunday morning at an elementary school in Fort Bend County, according to our news partner, KHOU Channel 11. Police arrested Christian Pieper, 20, after he allegedly fired shots in an unknown direction around 8 a.m. Sunday while standing on the roof of William Velasquez Elementary School […]

Sugar Land Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile Virus

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The City of Sugar Land has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus at a mosquito trap located at Lexington Boulevard and Oyster Creek. The mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile today. The City has increased mosquito spraying to twice per week and will continue working closely with the Texas Department of State Health Services […]

Sugar Land Skeeters to host sendoff for First Colony Little League Challenger Team


The Sugar Land Skeeters will host a big sendoff celebration on Sunday, Aug. 23, for First Colony Little League’s Challenger Division for special needs players, who are going to Williamsport, Penn., to play in the 2015 Little League World Series Challenger Division exhibition game on Aug. 29. Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson will introduce the […]

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