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GradsReunite's Second Annual Cruise - Revelry on the Riviera

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Katy Times News

Fort Bend County hospitals play vital role in late-breaking research

 According to late-breaking research presented last week at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2014 in Chicago, a coordinated emergency response by healthcare teams to treat heart at

Sitterle Homes opens in Katy

Sitterle Homes has opened a new development in Katy's Roesner Woods.

Celebrate sights, sounds of holiday season at Katy Mills

Katy Mills, the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in South Texas, is offering more than just great savings this holiday season. 

KISD Sports

Cy Ranch sweeps Cinco Ranch out of playoffs

Coming into Friday’s rematch with Cy Ranch, Cinco Ranch Head Football Coach Don Clayton knew one of the bigger challenges coming in would be if his Cougars could put away the memories of the season op

Katy blows past Memorial 76-14

If anyone thought that Memorial was ready to challenge Katy Friday night at Tully Stadium now that the Mustangs were removed from the district wars, they were sadly mistaken.

Sanders optimistic for boys basketball for Tompkins Falcons

In its first year at the varsity level, Tompkins Head Boys Basketball Coach Bobby Sanders is quite optimistic for the season ahead.


Manatee rescued from Trinity Bay; en route to Sea World

Dozens of people from federal and state agencies on Tuesday rescued a 10-foot-long manatee trapped in the perilously cold water of Trinity Bay, hundreds of miles from its Florida home. Garrett flew in late Monday night to guide the rescue operation for the manatee, a member of an endangered species. The slow pace of the rescue operation left more than two dozen staff and volunteers standing in the cold themselves. The manatee apparently failed to head back to his winter home in Florida in time to avoid the cooling Texas water, so he holed up next to a warm water outlet coming from the NRG Cedar Bayou plant. With one eye on the weather forecast, experts had rushed in from Sea World San Antonio, the Marine Mammal Stranding Network and U.S. Fish and Wildlife to put together the emergency plan. "The biggest challenge, aside from the sheer size of the animal, was the cold water, but they stuck it out for the manatee," said Heidi Whitehead, operations coordinator at the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network.

Dozens of rescuers are at work trying to save a stranded manatee in Baytown

A rescue operation is underway in Baytown after a rare and endangered manatee got stuck far away from the warm waters it needs to survive the winter months.

The giant mammal was spotted on Sunday by a Chambers County sheriff's deputy swimming up a channel near NRG's Cedar Bayou plant off Trinity Bay.

Pasadena grad wrote and directed movie

The next day, he read a newspaper article about a group of soldiers who stashed a bottle of wine for the last surviving soldier to drink in toast to the others. "In 2000, we raised $8 million" for the movie, which was to star Heston as Capt. John "Eagle Eye" Pennell, a World War II veteran who travels across the country to reunite with his former B-17 crew mates so they can make good on a pact they made in 1944. Brinkman shelved his dream of making "Last Man Club" and moved to Africa, where he performed humanitarian work, said the movie's associate producer, Liz Graham. The VFW donated use of the facility to the movie's production company because of the script's positive depiction of veterans, said post commander Bob Hansen.

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