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New shopping center, loft hotel coming to Sugar Land in 2017

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When the City of Sugar Land built Constellation Field, there wasn’t much in the area besides a largely unused former Imperial Sugar Tower. But Johnson Development built the area up with homes and apartments, and now, there are more plans to build the community near the intersection U.S. 90-A and Hwy. 6. Imperial Market recently […]

Missouri City HCC Campus set to debut in early 2017

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Missouri City is expected to build a $21.5 million Houston Community College (HCC) campus on Texas Parkway by January 2017. The design phase on the 70,000 square foot campus is expected to be completed by October, and Construction by December 2016. The move-in phase will begin in January 2017. The construction manager is Turner Construction Company. […]

Report: Houston police chase ends with 1 dead, 2 wounded in Missouri City

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A Houston Police Department pursuit of four attempted robbery suspects resulted in a chase that ended in Missouri City with one suspect dead and two others wounded on Tuesday morning, according to our news partner, KHOU Channel 11. The shootings happened at the end of a chase on Tiny Tree Drive. One person was reportedly […]

Fort Bend County to honor Supreme Court’s Marriage Equality ruling

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The United States Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Friday morning to legalize same sex marriage in all 50 states in the case Obergefell v. Hodges,  Director Ohio Department of Health. While the topic has produced a variety of opinions among the American public, the Fort Bend County Clerk’s office has issued a direct statement – […]

Report: Fort Bend District Attorney accused of professional misconduct

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The Fort Bend County district attorney and his chief drug prosecutor are accused of professional misconduct, according to court filings by the State Bar of Texas’ Commission for Lawyer Discipline, according to our news partner, KHOU Channel 11. The allegations center on a 2006 drug case. Jacob Estrada was arrested and plead guilty to possession […]

Gov. Abbott signs Truancy Reform Bill

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law House Bill 2398, ending the criminalization of Truancy, and instead making it a civil offense. The bill was co-sponsored by representatives Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City) and James White (R-Hillister). Until Abbott signed the bill, Texas was one of two states to criminalize Truancy. Fort Bend ISD suspended its Truancy […]

Tropical Storm Bill Triggering Significant Rise in Brazos River

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Tropical Storm Bill’s movement inland and the associated rain that has fallen in upstream watersheds is causing a dramatic rise in the Brazos River again. Forecasts are predicting levels very near what we saw over the Memorial Day weekend. Here in the City we anticipate seeing water rise again in our creeks and channels. Emergency […]

One killed, on injured in Stafford stoplight shooting

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A man was shot and killed, and a woman was wounded as they sat in their car at a stoplight in Stafford, according to our news partner, KHOU Channel 11. Police say the couple, both in their mid-20’s, were stopped at the frontage road intersection of US-59 North and Airport Blvd when another vehicle pulled […]

Fort Bend ISD passes $580.4 million budget

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The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees approved a general operating budget of $580,408,153 during its regular business meeting on Monday, June 15. The adopted budget reflects a 3.75 percent increase from the 2014-2015 budget, with the bulk of the amount coming from compensation and staffing. The budget takes into account the staffing necessary for […]

Fort Bend residents await Tropical Bill’s arrival

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As Tropical Storm Bill makes its way inland, the concerns now focus on rainfall amounts in Fort Bend County. At 10 a.m., the National Weather Service is estimating widespread rain amounts, from 4 to 8 inches, to fall in Fort Bend through Wednesday. Tropical Storm Bill made landfall south of Port O’Connor with the bulk […]

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