Katy ISD's Tompkins High School varsity football team has many fans. But by far, the Falcons' most loyal supporter is Abby Ishee-Dunn, a sophomore with Down syndrome. This weekend, the team walked onto the field with Abby instead of making their usual spirited team run.
A Ring doorbell and neighbors in the Stonelodge subdivision near Pattison Elementary spotted a porch thieves who stole at least one large package from a resident's porch. Neighbors tried to chase down the suspects and police were notified. Porch Piracy is now considered a federal crime.
Katy Magazine's editors have found some awesome, free activities for residents of all ages. From Frisbee golf to crime solving, and LEGO-building to book clubs, you don't have to look far for fun. Just check out our list!
The Arc of Katy, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, now has a 14-passenger bus to transport those it serves to events and activities. The bus is a result of a successful annual gala earlier this year.
Katy ISD starts the 2019-2020 school year by moving from a half-day preschool to a full-day preschool program as a result of House Bill (HB) 3 that was passed by the 86th Texas Legislature and signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott.
Get your tickets now for the 2019 Katy, Texas football season. Our local teams promise exciting Friday night lights action and awesome gridiron match-ups. You won't want to miss a minute of the action.
July is recognized as Bereaved Parents Awareness Month. Parents who have lost a child should know they are not alone, and they can get help. Grief support groups in the Katy area provide a forum for parents to share their difficult journey, in a safe environment.