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Two Pasadena ISD Employees Lose Job After Sleeping Child Left On Bus

PASADENA, TX (KTRK) -- Two Pasadena ISD employees were let go for leaving a child on a school bus.

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Pasadena Strawberry Festival Announces Strawberry Warrior Games

There’s a NEW Game in town this year at the 41st Annual Pasadena Strawberry Festival!

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Sam Rayburn High to Celebrate Golden Anniversary

By anyone’s standards, it was a big year. In 1964, the Beatles invaded America, Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act and the World’s Fair opened in New York. And in Pasadena, in the middle of a housing boom extending south and east along Spencer Highway, the Pasadena ISD’s third high school opened its doors.

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Pasadena City Council Votes 5-4 To Approve New District Map

The political firestorm that has engulfed Pasadena’s controversial redistricting process ended with a five-to-four vote to approve a new six single-member district map Tuesday (April 15).

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Four Dead In Two-car Collision In Pasadena

Four people are dead and three are in critical condition following an early Saturday morning crash at the 4600 block of east NASA Parkway in far south Pasadena.

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Pasadena Strawberry Festival Returns May 16-18

The 41st Annual Pasadena Strawberry Festival will be held May 16-18 at the Pasadena Fairgrounds.

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Suspect In Stabbing Remains At Large, Pasadena Police Asking Public’s Assistance

The suspect in a fatal stabbing is currently at large and Pasadena police are asking for the public’s help in locating his whereabouts.

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Local and State News

DA's Office Warns Of Felony Lane Gang

District Attorney Devon Anderson on Wednesday warned the public about a growing trend that is now targeting Harris County residents. A group of men steal purses and then commit various identity theft crimes with stolen checks and driver's licenses.

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Bayport Dredging Permit A Step Closer; Barbours Cut Pending

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has furnished the Port Authority its draft permit for the Bayport Channel Improvement project, Executive Director Roger Guenther reported to the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority this week.

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Skyrocketing Shrimp Prices Put Squeeze On Restaurants, Stores

Anyone who eats shrimp can't help noticing that the price has jumped around the past four years and is now sky high.

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3-year-old Shot In The Leg During Road Rage Incident In South Houston

SOUTH HOUSTON, Texas – A 3-year-old girl was shot in the leg Saturday night during a road rage incident in South Houston.

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Maintenance Worker At South Houston Apartment Complex Faces Sexual Assault Charges

A maintenance worker at an apartment complex in South Houston is facing charges of sexual assault involving a juvenile victim.

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Ship Owners Petition To Limit Liability In Oil Spill Cases

TEXAS CITY — The owners of a ship involved in a collision that spilled heavy fuel oil into Galveston Bay seeks to stop claims against the firm.

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La Porte Softball Player Leaving Mark With .844 Average

And La Porte softball coach Bryant Upshaw could hit, posting a .667 batting average his senior year on the Blanco baseball team.

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