Chance of Rain: 22%
Sunrise: 07:09:50 AM
Sunset: 06:05:13 PM
Wind: SE @ 10 mph
UV Index: 0 Low
Cloudy. Low 62F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of Rain: 39%
Sunrise: 07:09:08 AM
Sunset: 06:06:01 PM
Wind: SE @ 16 mph
UV Index: 3 Moderate
Showers and thunderstorms. Storms may contain strong gusty winds. Low 61F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 70%.
Chance of Rain: 69%
Sunrise: 07:08:24 AM
Sunset: 06:06:49 PM
Wind: W @ 16 mph
UV Index: 4 Moderate
Some clouds early will give way to generally clear conditions overnight. Low 41F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of Rain: 7%
Sunrise: 07:07:39 AM
Sunset: 06:07:37 PM
Wind: WSW @ 6 mph
UV Index: 5 Moderate
Clear skies. Low 41F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph.
Chance of Rain: 3%
Sunrise: 07:06:53 AM
Sunset: 06:08:24 PM
Wind: NNW @ 20 mph
UV Index: 5 Moderate
Clear. Low 31F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Chance of Rain: 9%
Sunrise: 07:06:06 AM
Sunset: 06:09:12 PM
Wind: NNW @ 8 mph
UV Index: 5 Moderate
Mostly clear. Low 38F. Winds light and variable.
Chance of Rain: 5%
Sunrise: 07:05:17 AM
Sunset: 06:09:58 PM
Wind: SE @ 13 mph
UV Index: 4 Moderate
Mostly cloudy during the evening. A few showers developing late. Low 54F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
- Texas Rangers testify about evidence in Satterfield murder trial
- Waiting for MacArthur
- City of Rosenberg to host third drive-thru paper shredding event
- Gumbo Fest returns Feb. 17
- Cunningham out as Fulshear coach
- Ranger concludes Satterfield testimony
- Satterfield sentenced to death
- County highlights trafficking victims
- Movies At Wessendorff movie schedule releases
- Witness places Satterfield as scene of crime
Beasley is hosting its annual citywide garage sale Saturday, March 4 starting at 8 a.m. and …
Saturday St. John’s United Methodist Church, 400 Jackson St., Richmond, will host its 43rd …
The 38th annual Fort Bend Regional Vegetable Conference will take place Tuesday, Feb. 7, at …
Any person(s) or business interested in sponsorship for the Annual Leroy Miksch Senior Citiz…
Rosenberg’s very first Rtown Sweetheart (Daddy-Daughter) Dance is set for Saturday, Feb. 4, …
St. Paul Lutheran Church’s Men in Mission will be hosting the annual Congo Mission Stew and …
St. Michael;s Knights of Columbus Council No. 7067 will be holding its second of three chick…
Fort Bend County Master Gardeners will hold their popular fruit tree and citrus tree sale fu…
The 2023 Soup Tasting Supper Fundraiser for the Czech Heritage Society of Fort Bend County s…
After a month of testimony, it only took a Wharton County jury five hours to convict Robert Allen Satterfield of capital murder and then one hour of deliberation to sentence him to death for the murder of RayShawn “Baby Ray” Hudson Jr., who would have celebrated his fifth birthday the day af…
Robert Allen Satterfield, after calling five witnesses to the stand Tuesday morning and two after lunch, told the court at 1:20 p.m. he had no further witnesses to call and that the defense rested.
Since the State rested its case late Tuesday afternoon against Robert Allen Satterfield for the June 10, 2018, capital murder of Ray Shawn “Baby Ray” Hudson Jr., 4, the Regional Public Defender For Capital Cases team arrived at the Wharton County Courthouse Wednesday morning to start defendi…
The State of Texas (represented by the Wharton County District Attorney’s office) rested its capital murder case Tuesday afternoon against Robert Allen Satterfield, but not before calling the mother of murder victim Ray Shawn Hudson Sr. to the witness stand.
When Jeffrey Brummer of East Bernard went fishing and swimming at a favorite spot by the bridge over the San Bernard River on June 11, 2018, with his three young sons and a friend, he had no idea that a man he later gave a ride to that day would soon be arrested for allegedly murdering three…
A discrepancy in Robert Allen Satterfield’s testimony was highlighted as soon as Texas Ranger David Chauvin began his third full day of testimony in the capital murder trial Tuesday.
Testimony from the witness stand and from a lengthy audio recording made by Texas Ranger David Chauvin revealed on Friday that on June 20, 2018, eight days after a family of three were shot to death, pieces of a car trunk liner and a cell phone allegedly owned by and disposed of by defendant…
An eyewitness who placed murder defendant Robert Allen Satterfield at a burn pit near Burr on June 10, 2018, and Satterfield himself admitting six days later to Texas Rangers that he killed a mother, father and their 4-year-old son, then leading Rangers to the burn pit where human skeletal r…
The capital murder trial of Robert Allen Satterfield of Rosenberg got under way Monday morning 4½ years after an Angleton family was last seen or heard from on June 10, 2018.
Richmond City Commission approved an Engineering Services contract with Prime Controls, Inc. in the amount of $154,859 for SCADA HMI software conversions for the city’s surface water and groundwater plants, regional wastewater plant and lift stations.
Rosenberg residents can now make monetary donations to the Rosenberg Animal Control and Shelter (RACS) on a monthly water utility bill.
Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Richmond) was named chairman of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials, putting the former Fort Bend County Sheriff in a key position in a subcommittee with jurisdiction over the economic and safety regula…
The deadline to apply for the Rosenberg 101 class has been extended to Friday, Feb. 3.
The Richmond City Commission approved the selection of Whitley Penn as audit firm for the city’s annual audit. The city charter requires a change in auditors after five consecutive annual audits by the same firm. Patillo, Brown & Hill will have conducted the fifth consecutive audit this …
The City of Richmond released its 2023 movie list for the Movies At Wessendorff series.
This past week’s rainstorm and flooding event in Fort Bend County should remind residents to be extra cautious on roadways and not underestimate the force and power of water.
Residents in Central and Northeast Texas are still cleaning up after a winter storm last week snapped power lines and tree limbs, causing widespread power outages, canceled flights and damage to homes and vehicles.
The application deadline to run for an Alderman position in Pleak is February 17, 2023. You can get the application at Pleak City Hall.
Availability versus ability — hearing the difference between those two words was one of the first career-changing lessons Angela Bravo Bellido learned after moving to the United States a little over a year ago.
Gus Bassani believes it’s one thing to help from afar and another to support in person.
The Shelter Pets Advocacy Network will sponsor a wine tasting benefit from 3-6 p.m. Feb. 18 at BR Vino, 1917 Ave. G in Rosenberg. Cost is $40 per person. Proceeds to benefit the advocacy group and provide medical needs and behavioral training for local homeless pets living at the Rosenberg a…
The Rosenberg Rotary Club is hosting its Gumbo Fest Friday, Feb. 17 from 6-8 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Rosenberg. Individual tickets are $25 and include open seating and all-you-can-eat gumbo.
The city of Rosenberg is bringing back the popular paper shredding event on Saturday, March 4, at Rosenberg City Hall, 2110 Fourth St.
Calvary Episcopal Preparatory has announced its upcoming open house events scheduled on Jan. 24 and 26, and although parents and their children may be interested in the benefits of this scholarly institution that is a source of dignity in Fort Bend, there is more to it than its history and a…
ROSENBERG — The spring semester has officially begun at Texas State Technical College in Fort Bend County. Over 100 new students joined the now 552-strong student body. Each student comes with their own unique talents and abilities.
Any college or technical school bound high school senior, who has been a member of the S.P.J.S.T. Lodge 81 in Needville for at least one year, can apply for the local lodge scholarship. Send a self-adressed, stamped envelope to S.P.J.S.T. Lodge 81, 9939 Peterson Road, Needville, Tx, 77461, o…
ROSENBERG — Robert Shields is a Texas State Technical College instructor in the Electrical Power and Controls program at the Fort Bend County campus.
The Fort Bend County Fair is accepting applications for its scholarship program. The opportunity to earn a Fair scholarship is open to a wide range of qualifying students, but you must apply.
Monday, Jan. 9
A Fort Bend County grand jury returned indictments against 13 individuals this month for a variety of felony offenses.
FRESNO — Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested Jazmine Janay Williams, 31, for a shooting during a domestic violence disturbance.
Rosenberg police announced last week the arrest of an alleged serial burglar who the department said is responsible for a string of burglaries in the city.
- Tiger Woods has no timetable on healing or playing
- UCLA, Texas A&M among 8-team field for 2016 Wooden Legacy
- Texas, after showing progress, falters again
- NBA great Moses Malone dies at 60
- Houston's Mallett's status unclear for Sunday
- Texans fire coach Gary Kubiak
- Sports briefs: Tigers advance
- Astros win series with 3-1 victory over Royals
- Houston gets Super Bowl LI
- Rutgers, Pernetti fire Rice after video release
- Bonds, Clemens rejected; no one elected to BB Hall
- Panel vacates NFL bounty suspensions
- DeFrancesco named interim manager of Astros
- Penn St fined $60M, wins vacated from '98-11
RICHMOND — The Lady Lions are one game out of the playoffs with two to go after defeating Lamar Consolidated on Tuesday, 52-31.
RICHMOND — The Chargers are one win away from tying the single-season district win total after defeating Randle 65-48 on Friday.
The Briscoe Eagles 8A team dropped a nail-biter to Leaman 40-38.
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Lamar Little League is looking for six student volunteers to help run tryouts on Feb. 4.
RICHMOND — The Falcons remained unbeaten in district play after winning a penalty kick shootout on Tuesday night against Lamar Consolidated.
Fulshear Head Boys Basketball Coach Jeremy Cunningham was removed from the position before the conclusion of his first season due to UIL violations, district officials said.
Local teams had their schedules impacted this week due to Tuesday’s tornado and flooding watches.