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Houston City Council voted to order a special election to submit a proposition for a dedicated pay-as-you-go funding source to enhance, improve, and renew the city's drainage system and streets. More

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August 16, 2018 -- The Houston Police Department today reported that Ralph Tyrone Cooper has been arrested on murder charges in connection with the July 20, 1969 fatal shooting of his common-law wife, Mary Ann Burton. More
August 16, 2018 -- The Harris County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday reported that a female inmate at the Harris County Jail died from an apparent suicide on Tuesday. More
August 16, 2018 -- The Houston Police Department on Wednesday arrested Quintella Zenay Williams on capital murder charges in connection with the June 15, 2017 fatal shooting of a man at 712 Pinemont Drive. More
August 16, 2018 -- The Texas City City Commission on Wednesday voted unanimously to authorize payment of a $190,021 premium to Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. for renewal of the city's windstorm insurance policy. More
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August 16, 2018 -- The Galveston Independent School District Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted unanimously to accept a proposal from the firm of Karczewski Bradshaw Spalding for legal counsel services. More
August 15, 2018 -- Preliminary test results released today indicate that the Texas Education Agency will not replace the Houston Independent School District’s locally elected school board in the coming months or close the four campuses that were slated for closure. More
August 15, 2018 -- The Clear Creek Independent School District announced it has received an “A” on the newest version of the Texas accountability system and all of its 44 schools reached or exceeded the highest designation of “Met Standard.” More
August 15, 2018 -- Houston’s bike share system, Houston BCycle, will grow to 128 stations over the next two years as part of the program’s expansion funded by a $3.7 million federal grant. More
August 15, 2018 -- Mayor Sylvester Turner today announced recommendations submitted by the Mayor's Commission Against Gun Violence in a report that focuses on making schools and communities safer. More
August 15, 2018 -- The Texas Health and Human Services Commission today announced that Texans Recovering Together, a federally funded program, is offering free counseling, education and local resource referrals to help survivors and communities recover from Hurricane Harvey. More
August 15, 2018 -- Subtropical Storm Ernesto has formed over the north Atlantic, and is not considered a threat to the United States coastline. More
August 15, 2018 -- Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick today sent a letter to the Teacher Retirement System of Texas Board, urging them not to raise health care premiums for retired teachers next year. More
August 15, 2018 -- Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis and civil rights leaders today announced a public service campaign to encourage voter registration and electoral participation in underserved areas. More
August 15, 2018 -- Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan today issued a statement in response to the ruling from the Fifth Circuit Court in the matter Odonnell vs. Harris County, et al, granting a stay requested by the county's Criminal Court at Law judges. More
August 15, 2018 -- Houston Public Works today issued a warning to water utility customers regarding a suspicious website claiming customers can pay water bills online. More
August 15, 2018 -- Houston police are investigating today's fatal shooting of a man at 15810 Clarke Springs. More
August 15, 2018 -- Villa La Jolla Apartments and Higher Dimension Church in Houston will host a "Taking back our streets" event tonight to unite the community and thank local authorities for their efforts to protect families living in the area. More
August 15, 2018 -- Houston City Council today voted unanimously to order a special election for November 6 for the purpose of submitting a proposition to amend the city charter to provide for a dedicated pay-as-you-go funding source to enhance, improve, and renew the city's drainage system and streets, or the city's “Rebuild Houston” program. More
August 15, 2018 -- League City City Council on Tuesday voted 7-1, with Dan Becker opposed, to approve, on first and final reading, an ordinance authorizing the issuance of Combination Tax and Revenue Certificates of Obligation totaling $11.34 million to fund various projects, including the city's new animal shelter. More
August 15, 2018 -- The Houston Police Department today arrested Lloyd Robinson on manslaughter charges for his role in the death of a man at 6743 Indian Lake Drive. More
August 15, 2018 -- The Texas General Land Office today announced that it was awarded the Project Excellence Award by the Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications for the development of a disaster tracking program during Hurricane Harvey. More
August 15, 2018 -- Houston Independent School District today reported that the district met state accountability standards under the Texas Education Agency's new school accountability sytem. More
August 15, 2018 -- Bayou Vista City Council, in a special meeting on Tuesday, voted unanimously to propose a tax rate of $0.40 per $100 valuation for the 2018 Tax Year. More
August 15, 2018 -- La Marque Mayor Bobby Hocking recently presented a proclamation recognizing Laundered with Kindness Day, an event scheduled for September 8 where volunteers wash, dry, fold, dry clean and donate laundry products to families and individuals in need. More
August 15, 2018 -- The La Porte Police Department is investigating the death of a person found in the 900 block of South State Highway 146. More
August 14, 2018 -- The City of Houston and community partners BakerRipley and Memorial Assistance Ministries offer Harvey recovery assistance at 14 Neighborhood Restoration Centers (NRCs) throughout Houston. More
August 14, 2018 -- METRO is offering free rides to Houston-area polling locations for the Harris County Flood Control District Bond Election. Voters can ride at no charge on METRORail, local buses, and METROLift paratransit services. More
August 14, 2018 -- Beaumont City Council today voted unanimously to establish a proposed tax rate of $0.71 per $100 valuation for 2018 and to schedule a public hearing for August 28. More
August 14, 2018 -- Fort Bend County Commissioners Court today voted unanimously to award a $21,084,067 contract to SpawGlass Construction Corporation for the construction of the Public Transportation Administrative and Operating Facility. More
August 14, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake will host the investiture of President Ira K. Blake on September 20. More
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