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A two-car collision on South St. and Red Bluff Dr. sent two people to the hospital Tuesday (Oct. 28). One driver was trapped in her SUV for almost an hour until firefighters from the Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department were able to free her using the Jaws of Life.
PASADENA, Texas – A deadly crash shut down a major stretch of Highway 225 in Pasadena Monday, after police say the driver of a big rig slammed into the back of a small sedan.
Health insurance costs for Pasadena’s retired city workers may soon increase significantly. Mayor Johnny Isbell and the City Council recently considered new rates where retired city workers under 65 years old would pay between $322 and $859 more than active employees for the same level of coverage.
Pasadena ISD staff, local leaders, as well as family, friends and community members throughout the Queens area gathered Thursday, Oct. 9, for a ceremonial groundbreaking of the Nelda R. Sullivan Middle School.
Police cut short a copper wire theft taking place on the rooftop of an abandoned hospital in Pasadena.
PASADENA, TX -- Pasadena police arrested two suspects after responding to an armed robbery in the parking lot of a Pasadena Walgreen's.
Local and State News
From Houston to Dallas in an hour and a half, that's the promise officials are making for a new privately-run, privately-funded high-speed bullet train.
DEER PARK, TX - The cause of a fire reported at the Deer Park Community Center located at 610 block of E. San Augustine around 6:48 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 21) has been ruled to be arson.
ATLANTA (AP) - A Dallas nurse who flew from Texas to Ohio and back before being diagnosed with Ebola will be released from an Atlanta hospital Tuesday after tests showed she's virus-free, a hospital spokeswoman said.
GALVESTON, tx (KTRK) - Here in Texas, we're not used to a lot of ice. Which makes Moody Gardens' new ice sculpture park that much more impressive.
LEAGUE CITY, TX (KTRK) - A patient who was transported from a clinic in League City to UTMB earlier today after exhibiting symptoms medical personnel believed to be consistent with Ebola does not have the disease, according to officials.
GALVESTON, TX - The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers recently announced plans to tow a World War II-era Liberty ship converted to a barge-mounted nuclear reactor to Galveston from Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia to be scrapped. The barge is expected to arrive at the Malin International Shipyard in mid-December.