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Covington Woods Stingrays go to the 2015 All Stars


The Covington Woods Swim Team, a member of the Southwest Houston Recreational Swim League, celebrated their 39th year of existence in style this year by going undefeated in their division for the 2015 season.  The team, coached by Jerome “DC” Muniz, Jessica Boehm, Ryan Norris, and Mallory Kauffman, sent a record 49 swimmers to All Stars […]

Stafford and SLI scrap outlet mall, but keep mixed use plan going


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Stafford Mayor Leonard Scarcella breathed a sigh of relief recently when he discovered that the city wouldn’t have to provide Dallas-based Street Level Investments (SLI) between $20-25 million in incentives. SLI is expected to move forward on a 192-acre mixed-development project at the former Texas Instruments property, at U.S. Hwy. 59/Interstate […]

Community joins forces to educate minors and educators on human trafficking

By S. Barot For The Star Fort Bend County law enforcement, social services and school district personnel are doing what they can so the youth in the County remain educated about Human Trafficking and safe Internet usage practices. The first line of defense for children against human trafficking is a teacher or educational administrator. “These […]


Lynn Ashby

AUSTIN – The traffic on      I-35 is stopped dead both ways, and it’s not even rush hour. Our state capital tried to solve this problem by double decking the freeway, but no luck (never play Texas Hold ‘Em with two decks). The road is the main north-south Interstate through the town, so to […]

Missouri City man killed in Fresno


Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspects in a homicide in Fresno early Monday morning. At about 1 a.m., Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a home in the 1000 block of Cove Crest Trail in Fresno […]

Sugar Land woman enjoys competitive bowling

Sugar Land resident Santos Fletcher enjoys traveling around the state and nation as a competitive bowler. (Submitted photo)

By Keon Broadnax For The Star What started with an eight pound ball, gutter balls and low scores has now turned into three 14 pound balls, strikes, spares and an average score of a 159. For Sugar Land resident Santos Fletcher, bowling became the ultimate hobby. Hernandez began bowling when she was 21 years old. […]

Law enforcement’s battle against Human Trafficking requires in-depth police work


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com New federal and state laws will certainly help local law enforcement and prosecutors bring the perpetrators of Human Trafficking to justice. But in many cases, pinpointing such suspects will depend on police officers and prosecutors going beyond the surface when they encounter common offenses. “Whether it’s a Juvenile case, Domestic Violence […]

Missouri City narrows City Manager finalists to three


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Missouri City has narrowed its City Manager search to three candidates – current West University Place city manager Michael Ross, current Jersey Village city manager Mike Castro and former Weslaco city manager Leonardo Olivares. The city hasn’t announced when a decision will be made to hire a new city manager, as […]

DA Investigator works to educate law enforcement on Human Trafficking


By S. Barot For The Star Human Trafficking is becoming one of the largest transnational criminal enterprises – second only to narcotics. Law enforcement personnel are aware of the situation and are in training on how to identify the signs of trafficking and how to combat the problem. However the general public is still largely […]

FBISD breaks ground on Sullivan Elementary


Sullivan Elementary is the first construction project in the $484 million bond. Members of the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees used shovels to move dirt at the future site of Anne Sullivan Elementary School on Wednesday, July 15, ceremoniously marking the first groundbreaking in the 2014 Bond Program. The school is located in the […]

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