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Katy school trustees Monday named the district’s newest elementary school, which is set to open this fall. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized the purchase of 10 additional license plate readers to help police solve crimes. more
In a contested election such as 2022, top-of-the-ballot races receive the attention, but the lower-ballot races, such as for county party chairman, have also drawn candidates. more
The Katy Prairie Conservancy has acquired about 965 acres that will be protected from any future commercial development. more
Two segments of a proposed Highway 36A are being added to the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Government Regional Transportation Plan. more
The Omicron variant is not expected to precipitously impact the local economy despite health concerns, a Greater Houston Partnership official said Tuesday. more
Katy city officials described efforts to update the plan used to manage the city’s growth at a Jan. 13 State of the City presentation. more
Winning a state title is reason enough to cheer. But the folks at Seven Lakes High School have twice as much reason to cheer, as their Seven Lakes High School Spartan Spirit cheerleading team won a second consecutive Class 6A UIL state championship. more
In response to a growing number of COVID-19 cases, Harris County Commissioners Court agreed to purchase up to 65,000 rapid antigen COVID-19 test kits for $1.8 million. more
Dusty Thiele, the former Katy City Council member, announced his candidacy for Katy mayor Tuesday. more
The Katy Independent School District has sent a letter to parents and staff acknowledging both staffing shortages and a growing number of COVID-19 cases as school resumed Jan. 4. more
While funding for it hasn't been settled, the Texas Department of Transportation hopes to expand U.S. 90 between Brookshire and Katy, officials said in a Jan. 6 briefing. more
The Cirque Italia water circus is returning to Katy this month, featuring a 1950s theme complete with hula skirts, leather jackets, and rock and roll from that period. more
Katy musician Will Carter is celebrating his 35th birthday this week. He's celebrating by inviting everyone to hear him perform at 7 p.m. Friday at No Label Brewery, 5351 1st St. more
The Katy City Council Monday approved the issuance of $26 million worth of bonds to be used in road reconstruction projects around the city. more
Chris Harris, Katy council member-at-large and mayor pro tem, said Friday he will not seek the mayoralty in May, more
For sports fans, it’s easy enough to stereotype what a sports bistro should look and be like. Fast food, usually fried, made in a scratch kitchen, with televisions everywhere around the place … more
Fort Bend County officials are urging residents seeking free COVID-19 testing to be patient as the demand for testing has increased due in part to the Omicron variant. more
Memorial Hermann has updated its visitor policy in response to the Omicron variant and the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the Greater Houston area. more
For many Texans, the below-freezing temperatures of earlier this week bring back unpleasant reminders of last February’s severe winter storm and power outages. But as things begin to warm up, … more
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