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COMMENTARY: There’s No Room for Socialism in Fort Bend County

Michael Sudhalter

The late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once famously said “the trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.” America has had great presidents, both Democrat and Republican, but for some reason, a contingent of the Democratic Party seems to be flirting with Socialism. While that may appeal to some […]

COMMENTARY: Keep your chin up, Missouri City residents

Michael Sudhalter

Missouri City resident Juan Navarro had an interesting proposal that he shared on social media last week. Navarro and many of his fellow Missouri Citians are frustrated with the a former HEB and Palais Royal that’s currently sitting vacant on Cartwright Rd. Let’s raise the money as a community, says Navarro. “It would probably take […]

COMMENTARY: Broken – Fort Bend ISD candidate observations

Stuart Jackson, former FBISD Board candidate

Fort Bend Independent School District (FBISD) and the process with which we elect our representatives is broken, and until representative governance is restored, we will continue to churn through board members and superintendents with every election. My name is Stuart Jackson. I just completed an unsuccessful run for FBISD Trustee Position #6 which was held […]

A TRUE LIFE GUARD: Missouri City teen saves Sugar Land boy at community pool

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com When Dante Baker becomes a doctor someday, he hopes to save a lot of lives. But the 17-year-old Missouri City resident will already have a saved-life to his credit long before he takes the MCAT Exam. Baker, who will be a senior at Elkins High next month, saved David Mikel Jr., […]

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 […]

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

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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 […]

DA Investigator works to educate law enforcement on Human Trafficking

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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 […]

COMMENTARY: Ending Human Trafficking will take a community effort

Michael Sudhalter

What would happen if Channing Tatum and Chris Pratt  – arguably the two most prominent movie stars of the summer – each recorded an impactful two-minute Public Service Announcement (PSA) to be shown before their respective films about the tragedy of Human Trafficking? And at the end of it, they encouraged movie-goers to donate into […]

Resources are available for Fort Bend victims of Human Trafficking

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Human Trafficking victims who are able to escape and survive are very courageous individuals who often risk their lives on their path to safety. But once it happens, there are recovery resources provided by state and federal regulations, which were strengthened by legislation passed over the past two months in Washington […]

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