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The fire environment, characterized by critically to extremely dry vegetation and critical fire weather, will support wildfire activity this week, Texas A&M Forest Service officials said. more
Education briefs for July 21, 2022 more
The Fort Bend County Fair is now taking entries for its 2022 kickoff parade. The parade will officially kick off the 86th Annual Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo at 9 a.m. Sept. 23. more
Community briefs for July 21, 2022 more
The Brookshire City Council is looking at how food truck operators do business in the community. While discussions are underway, the council voted at its July 14 meeting to table an amendment to … more
Waller County commissioners voted to partner with a Fort Bend County law firm to begin work on creating a county assistance district, the purpose of which would be to help the county focus local sales tax revenue on specific local projects. more
For Mirage Hamdy, 2022 is proving to be a banner year. more
If things work out as hoped, consumers will soon see a new hairbrush available for purchase. The new hairbrush would be unique in part because two Katy-area junior high school students designed it. more
Katy-area students opposing the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade held a pro-choice rally, called Katy Fights Back, July 13 at Katy Harvest Plaza. more
The Katy Independent School District is holding an operations job fair from 4-7 p.m. today at Cinco Ranch High School, 23440 Cinco Ranch Blvd. The district is looking to fill positions in the … more
Like other communities across America, Katy and Fulshear celebrated the Fourth of July in grand style. more
During its Sept. 23 meeting, the Waller County Commissioners Court formally approved the Nov. 3 election and multiple measures supporting the election, including COVID-19 safety measures for poll … more
Katy Tiger fans held an informal parade Sunday afternoon in support of Katy High School athletes. The group was escorted by Katy Police Department motorcycle officers for safety and made quite a bit … more
Katy for Justice, a student-led organization created by Katy ISD seniors Erika Alvarez, Foyin Dosunmu and Jeffrey Jin.  Organizers' estimates of attendance prior to the event were between 1,000 and 1,100 protesters. more
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