It's National Police Week and the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office honored their fallen officers in an annual ceremony last week despite heavy rainfall in the area. Fort Bend County has lost a total of 17 officers in its history dating back to the 1800's.
Whether it's to make extra income, or to let the creative juices flow, moms all over Katy are making crafts to sell. Almost every weekend, you can find a craft show in or around Katy, thanks to an abundance of selling potential.
The U.S. Attorney's Office has charged Stephen Michael Freeman of Katy, in connection with a four-year scheme to fraudulently obtain tickets to the Masters Tournament, one of the four main championships in professional golf.
Dr. Kang of Gastroenterology Consultants of West Houston, warns that colon cancer is happening to younger and younger adults than in past years. It is now the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. Here's what Katy families need to know.
Katy's Wendy Duncan has launched her campaign for Fort Bend County Commissioner Precinct 3 more than a year out from the election. She plans to use the time to prepare for the position by connecting with residents, local authorities, and politicians. Duncan hopes to unseat Commissioner Andy Meyers, after 22 years of service, and bring a fre...
We love sharing photos of cute Katy pets! From cute dogs and cats - to some with their pet friends! We know these adorable pets will melt your heart just as much as they have ours. If you'd like your Katy pet featured, email us a photo with your pet and owners name.
With its early academic standards and passion for children, Katy ISD always seemed to be a legacy in the making. Now as the district celebrates its 100 year anniversary, Katy Magazine takes a stroll down memory lane and looks back at the way we were in the earliest years of Katy ISD.
On Monday night during the Katy ISD Board of Trustees meeting, the Naming Advisory Committee recommended to the Board of Trustees that Elementary #42 be named after Olga Leonard, a longtime educator and administrator of the District.
As Katy ISD celebrates over 75 years of FFA and rodeo history, Katy Magazine takes a look back at the first-ever Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show, Rodeo, and Parade and remembers the man who made the agricultural science program in Katy what it is today; Mr. L.D. Robinson.