LEAGUE CITY — Now what happens?
LEAGUE CITY — Now what happens?
LEAGUE CITY — In his first budget pitch, City Manager Mark Rohr wants to hire two more police officers, a code enforcement officer, spend $500,000 for beautification projects, $5 million for new parks projects and $35.8 million for water and wastewater improvements.
Now that the weekend crowds have subsided, inshore fishing is picking up.
Tuesday’s match started out with the feel and the makings of an all-time classic heavyweight prizefight.
Why is it that there is never anything to help with the return home after a hurricane?
State Sen. Larry Taylor writes in outrage of a judge's ruling that forces the state senator to give a deposition in a Texas Windstorm Insurance Association lawsuit pending in Brownsville.
With school out and summer in full swing, many families are looking for fun projects for kids. Other families are looking for opportunities to involve their children in service to the community.
Stephen Duncan writes about his trip to Niigata, Japan, and his visit to a Shinto shrine.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — Kobe Bryant feels great, would welcome Byron Scott as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, would love to play alongside free agent Carmelo Anthony and is pleased with the moves of the team's front office so far.
SAO PAULO (AP) — Javier Mascherano and Pablo Zabaleta both played on for Argentina on Tuesday after being knocked down by blows to the head.
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