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Officials say worst of flooding still to come

Fort Bend County Emergency Management Coordinator Jeff Braun, right, and Mgr. Chad Norwell of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office discuss the flooding of the Brazos River during a press conference Wednesday afternoon. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Hold onto your hip waders, if you think the flooding from the Brazos River is bad now, just wait; the worst is yet to come. Emergency management officials in Fort Bend County held a press conference Wednesday in Richmond to warn people that with up to eight inches of rain forecast in […]

It’s time for some pomp and circumstance and Elvis


It’s graduation season; a time of pomp and circumstance. For years I just took the term “pomp and circumstance” for granted. I never asked what it meant. I just assumed it to be a highfalutin to-do such as a graduation or the name of that annoying tune that gets played over and over like a […]

Memorial Déjà vu: Brazos River delivers repeat of last year with massive floods

This aerial view shows part of the flooding in the Kingdom Heights subdivision of Rosenberg. Residents became trapped there Monday after officials closed FM 723 due to flooding from the Brazos River.  (Photo by Chris Pfeffer)

The Brazos River rose above record levels Monday night and continues to rise, causing flooding in Fort Bend and neighboring counties that is as widespread as the floods were a year ago on Memorial Day weekend. According to the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management, the river is already two feet over the record […]

Officials continue monitoring rise of Brazos River, local roads


UPDATE: The Brazos River has reached a level of 54.61 feet. Missouri City residents can expect water levels to rise throughout the afternoon and to see additional street flooding. Area rainfall later today and throughout the rest of the week will impact the rate of water level recession. Early voting for City Council At Large […]

Road Closes due to Rising Water


US 90-A EB at Harlem Rd. has been closed due to high water. Traffic is being diverted to Pitts Rd. We recommend eastbound traffic use FM 762 in Richmond to access US 59 as an alternative route. This historic flooding event is causing many roads to close. For more flooding updates please refer to our […]


All Lamar CISD schools and offices will be OPEN on Tuesday, May 31, 2016—with the exception of the following schools: Austin Elementary, Frost Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Wertheimer Middle, Briscoe Junior and Foster High. Austin Elementary, Frost Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Wertheimer Middle, Briscoe Junior and Foster High will all be CLOSED on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. […]

Cash in on a strong seller’s market

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By Darlene Massington Oh Yes! It does say cash in, money is on the table and waiting for you. It’s time to seize the opportunity because there are too few homes and a surplus of buyers in the Fort Bend Area. Right, there is a strong seller’s market despite what others say. Fort Bend is […]

Agencies go online in fight against illegal drugs

Sheriff Troy E. Nehls spoke briefly at the event Wednesday, sharing his appreciation on the development of the new website that will combat drug operations in Fort Bend County.

Officials with the Houston High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) gathered recently to unveil new websites for Fort Bend and Walker counties to combat the distribution and sale of illegal narcotics in those counties. The new websites will educate residents and businesses about the threat of illegal drug activity in the Fort Bend and Walker […]

Legislating the potty: Why where we wee matters


Restrooms are notoriously awkward places. We go to them in urgent times of need and make ourselves vulnerable in very obvious ways. What we do in restrooms is very personal and sometimes a little messy. Some people take it upon themselves to make it even messier than it ought to be, but that’s a subject […]

Vietnam veteran remembers those who did and didn’t make it home


By Theresa D. McClellan For The Fort Bend Star His eyes shine bright. That’s because tears are never far from Adolph Moreno. At 70 years old, the memories of Vietnam return in an instant. He is most comfortable around people like him. Which is why the Sugar Land man is a constant fixture at the […]

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