Pasadena Texas - News
A Pasadena man who's $2.5 million richer is the first big winner of a new Texas Lottery scratch-off game called 100X The Cash.
Pasadena hotel revenues posted a gain of roughly 14.4 percent in 2013 compared to the prior year according to recent reports from the Officer of Texas State Comptroller Susan Combs.
With the Pasadena Police Department currently recruiting for the 68th academy class, scheduled to begin in August, and with the deadline for the civil service exam approaching, the department is hoping to meet capacity in registrations.
Robert A. Bedrich, Vice President - Division Manager of Cadence McShane Construction Company, is pleased to announce that the firm has completed the construction of a new three-building development in Pasadena on behalf of owner, The Carson Companies.
Pasadena Councilmember Darrell Morrison was recently elected Board Chairman for the Houston Galveston Area Council (H-GAC). Morrison has served as Pasadena’s representative on the H-GAC Board of Directors since 2009.
Pasadena police recently responded to a report of theft at a cell phone tower at the 3202 block of Strawberry.
An afternoon at a Pasadena dog part ended up with a woman and her daughter being threatened with a knife, according to Pasadena police.
Local and State News
HOUSTON -- A Houston Texans fan said his life was changed after he left a game in 2012 and went to a tailgate party in the Reliant parking lot.
A 16-year-old girl accused of putting her newborn in a Houston dumpster last month has been charged with abandoning a child without intent to return.
La Porte police are asking the public for assistance in their investigation into an auto theft.
GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) -- "Chaos" at this year's Mardi Gras in Galveston landed more than a dozen people in police custody. Now some of those who were detained are claiming the police went too far in trying to subdue the crowd.
HARROLD, TX (KTRK) -- The idea of a carrying a gun into a classroom may seem extreme. But there is a school district in Texas where teachers have been arming themselves for years. Other school districts may soon start doing the same.
HOUSTON – Federal agents stumbled upon what they’re calling the largest ecstasy lab ever seen in Houston.
HOUSTON – A fisherman, who suffered a seemingly minor scrape during a Sunday outing on Lake Conroe, has died from an infection of flesh-eating bacteria.