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Pasadena ISD Board Of Trustees Call For November Bond Election

During the July 29 Pasadena ISD school board meeting, the Board of Trustees approved a school bond election order. The election will be Nov. 4 with early voting Oct. 20 - 31. A list of polling locations will be available closer to Election Day.

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Pasadena ISD Shares Community And Student Engagement Results

Pasadena Independent School District recently released information regarding a districtwide evaluation of community and student engagement and the results speak for themselves.

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Pasadena Woman Charged In Fatal Shooting

A woman has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of another woman that occurred in Pasadena on Saturday July 19, according to Pasadena police.

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Murder Charges Filed In 2002 Pasadena Homicide

Investigators with the Harris County District Attorney’s office, Pasadena Police Department, and Texas Rangers made contact with an individual believed to be responsible for the cold case murder of a 27 year old female. The homicide occurred in April 2002 at 2304 Wichita (Shady Village Mobile Home Community).

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Coast Guard, Pasadena Fire & Rescue Respond To Anhydrous Ammonia Leak On Houston Ship Channel

The Coast Guard and Pasadena Fire and Rescue crews responded to an anhydrous ammonia leak on the Houston Ship Channel west of the Beltway 8 bridge Friday, temporarily ordering a shelter in place and closing the Beltway 8 bridge, Interstate 610 bridge and the Houston Ship Channel.

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Man Arrested In Death Of Woman Whose Body Was Found Burning In Pasadena

PASADENA, Texas -- A suspect has been arrested in the death of a woman who was found burned in the woods, according to the Pasadena Fire Marshal.

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Police: Pasadena Couple Left Dog In Car Where Temperature Was 125 Degrees

PASADENA, Texas – A Pasadena couple is in jail because police say they left their dog in a steaming hot car.

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Local and State News

Ebola Virus Being Studied In Galveston Lab

The Ebola virus is one of the deadliest on the planet and the current outbreak is the worst the world has seen since the virus surfaced in the late 1970s.

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The HOT Lane Rule That May Land You A Ticket Even If You Pay Toll Fee

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- The METRO HOT Lanes can add convenience for many drivers on the road. But some say it can be confusing as to when you're allowed and not allowed to use those lanes. It was that confusion that led to one driver's citation that she's now fighting to get thrown out.

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La Porte Police Urges Seniors To Protect Themselves Against Fraud

La Porte police are encouraging its senior citizens to take precautionary measures in an effort to protect themselves against fraud.

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Woodlands Man Tests Positive For West Nile Virus

THE WOODLANDS, Texas – A Woodlands man in his 60s is said to be the first person in the Houston area to contract the West Nile virus, according to Montgomery County health officials.

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Authorities: Highway 59 Has Become One Of The Top Drug Corridors In US

HOUSTON -- From a routine traffic stop to a hunt for nerves and inconsistent answers, drug interdiction officers can quickly pick up on when to search a vehicle, and on Highway 59 that can often result in huge discoveries of drugs and drug money.

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Multiple Injuries After House Explodes In Willis

Firefighters are investigating house explosion in Willis.

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Perry Expected To Call Up National Guard To Rio Grande Valley

Gov. Rick Perry is expected to announce Monday that he will activate up to 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Rio Grande Valley, state Sen. Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa, D-McAllen, confirmed Sunday night.

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