November 17, 2019

A Katy woman is forever grateful for her dog Marley saving her from a house fire in March. Last night, Marley was honored at the 3rd annual Citizens for Animal Protection gala.

November 16, 2019

A Taylor High School student is inspiring others and leading the charge in community service. Sophomore Lauren Forney is currently hosting her 7th annual canned food drive, but her serving heart goes way beyond that.

November 15, 2019

Two Katy high school football teams won their bi-district matchups last night. In 6A-Division 1 Region 3, Tompkins defeated Fort Bend Travis. Mayde Creek beat Fort Bend Bush in the 6A-Division 2 Region contest.

November 14, 2019

High school football post season games kick off today.  Five Katy teams have made it to the playoffs, with this season’s undefeated Tigers leading the charge. Here’s your schedule of the bi-district matchups to cheer on the home teams: Katy, Mayde Creek, Paetow, Taylor, and Tompkins.

November 13, 2019

Constable Ted Heap announced he will seek re-election to continue serving the people of Harris County's Precinct 5 for a second term. His name will be on the March primary ballot, and he looks forward to being the GOP nominee for the November 2020 election.

November 12, 2019

Katy ISD’s Partners in Education invites the community to bring hope to students and families in need this holiday season through the Food for Families program. Last year, Food for Families raised $37,000.

November 11, 2019

Katy ISD has planned to honor military heroes during Veterans Day events throughout the district. Celebrations include concerts, flag ceremonies, receptions, and one big Army homecoming surprise. How are you honoring veterans today?

November 10, 2019

Ally McCollam of Katy is on a mission. The Seven Lakes High School sophomore with Down syndrome encourages kids, and inspires people of all ages, to feel beautiful and empowered just the way they are.

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