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Queens Intermediate Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Queens Intermediate School has been open since spring 2014 to staff and students and Thursday, Sept. 18 marked the official grand opening of the new state-of-the-art campus.

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Zero Tax Rate Increase For Pasadena ISD Bond

The Pasadena ISD Board of Trustees has approved a bond election seeking $175.5 million in funding for several projects including early college high schools, three replacement campuses, new elementary and middle schools and an update to district technology. The bond carries a zero tax rate increase.

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Bowl for the Cure (Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation) Event at Armadilla Lanes - Oct 11th - Click for details.


App Leads To Arrest Of Sex Offender In Pasadena

PASADENA, TX (KTRK) - A sex offender who failed to register as such is back in custody, thanks to a tip to the iWatchHarrisCounty mobile app, according to the sheriff's office.

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Pasadena Police Officers Visit Students For Outreach Event

On Monday, September 15, representatives of the Pasadena Police Auto Crimes Unit visited the second grade class at First Baptist Christian Academy to speak about how the police department works to make the community a safer place to live and work.

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Pasadena City Council Approves Tax Rate On First Reading

The Pasadena City Council recently gave preliminary approval to adopt a property tax rate of .576904 cents per $100 dollars of valuation.

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Nelly Quijano Named Pasadena ISD’s 2014 Distinguished Citizen Of The Year

From Cuban to Cuban American, Nelly Quijano is living proof that with enough perseverance and drive anything is possible -- even the American Dream.

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Local and State News

Suspect In University Of Virginia Student Disappearance Arrested In Galveston

GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) - A man charged in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student was captured in Galveston on Wednesday, a day after police announced they had probable cause to arrest him.

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Army Corps Of Engineers Clears Bayport Channel For Dredging

While reporting continued brisk business through Port of Houston Authority facilities, Executive Director Roger Guenther announced Tuesday that dredging of the Bayport channel has gotten the green light.

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Ice Rink Likely To Close Its Doors Soon

HOUSTON (KTRK) - In a city where below freezing temperatures are the exception rather than the rule, finding a place to participate in winter activities in the Houston area can be tough. Sadly, there will soon be one less place you can go.

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U of H To Build Another Multimillion-dollar Sports Facility

The new facility will be adjacent to Hofheiz Pavilion. Orlando design firm, DLR Group, and Page, an Austin-based architecture firm with an office in Houston....

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South Houston Police Asking For Public’s Help In Identifying Suspect Caught On Camera

South Houston police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect allegedly involved in a burglary in South Houston on August 11.

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Disease Threatens League City's Historic Oak

GALVESTON – The century-old Ghirardi Oak, a local landmark that League City spent $200,000 to relocate two years ago, is suffering from a canker and that could threaten its survival.

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Shoreacres Completes New Water Main Installation

The City of Shoreacres announced on Wednesday that the installation of the new water main is completed.

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