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As Fort Bend County regroups and decides what comes next after Hurricane Nicholas, it’s worth considering whether traditional drainage projects go far enough in preparing our region for the worst of what future bad weather might bring.
Beyond the questions about whether or not the federal government provides enough funding for flood mitigation projects, however, are deeper conversations about whether local drainage projects go far enough in reducing flooding and planning for a future where such dangers are exacerbated by climate change, according to mitigation and funding experts.
The mastermind behind the 2016 killing of a teenager at a park in Missouri City as part of an effort to silence him as a witness in a murder trial has been sentenced to life in prison, according to a Thursday news release from the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
A Fort Bend County resident was one of four veterans recently presented with the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal for their role as Chinese-American service members during World War II.
In the weeks since Fort Bend ISD instituted a mask mandate, filed a brief with the Texas Supreme Court opposing the local health department’s ability to do so, and then revoked the mask mandate in the course of days, district officials have been largely silent about what led to the decisions.
If you ask someone to think about trailblazers in Houston, they are likely to tilt their head to the skies, a recognition of the area’s legacy…
MTea & Coffee has been in Sugar Land for three years, and it’s making a strong case for the distinction of being one of the best boba shops in the Houston region.
Its tagline beneath its logo contains an affirmation, “be awesome,” an accurate description for the three different teas I had the opportunity to try recently.