For the first time in Taylor High School football history, the Mustangs have advanced to the quarterfinals of the UIL Football State Championships. The Mustangs face Cypress Creek in a neutral playoff game today at 2 p.m. at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) celebrates the season with their annual Open House, Adoption Event, and Holiday Market Saturday, December 7. Enjoy a Katy holiday tradition and maybe your family could grow by four legs.
Katy ISD offers families a chance to explore and learn through hands-on activities in science, technology, art and more this Friday night. This free STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) event offers a learning experience for the whole family.
No Label Brewing Co. and KTX Fit will host their fifth annual Fitness Games event on Saturday, December 7. Previously known as The Annihilation Games, the KTX Games promises to bring the energy everyone craves in a fitness competition!
To discover the true meaning of the season, head to the Brookwood Community's main campus in nearby Brookshire Friday, December 6, and Saturday, December 7, for an Open House. Dine in the cafe, take a campus tour, enjoy musical performances and shop 'til you drop!
A 14-year-old Katy boy fired shots at his home in the Williamsburg Hamlet subdivision Saturday evening, hitting his sister and killing her boyfriend. The boy is in custody but any charges are unknown at this time.
Mark your calendars to tour beautifully decorated Katy homes, sample delicious holiday cookies and watch Santa Claus ride a fire truck through your neighborhood! Welcome to Christmastime in Katy, Texas.
Forty years ago, James E. Taylor High School, Katy's second high school, opened its doors to accommodate the growing district. As we give thanks this month, remember one of the town's schools that has shaped the minds of many Katy residents and continues to inspire students today.
Natalie Gendron, a seventh-grade cheerleader from Memorial Parkway Junior High in Katy, has been invited to participate in a one-of-a-kind pre-parade performance through Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park on Thanksgiving Day.
The Festival of Trees returns to Katy's Cane Island November 29-30. Every cent raised from the event goes to support the Ballard House, a Katy nonprofit organization. The two-day festival needs volunteers and members of the Katy community are urged to help behind the scenes.