Chance of Rain: 33%
Sunrise: 06:47:21 AM
Sunset: 08:10:06 PM
Wind: ESE @ 12 mph
UV Index: 10 Very High
Some clouds. Low around 75F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph.
Chance of Rain: 33%
Sunrise: 06:47:56 AM
Sunset: 08:09:13 PM
Wind: SE @ 11 mph
UV Index: 11
Partly cloudy. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low near 75F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of Rain: 41%
Sunrise: 06:48:31 AM
Sunset: 08:08:19 PM
Wind: SE @ 10 mph
UV Index: 11
Partial cloudiness early, with scattered showers and thunderstorms later during the night. Low 74F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Chance of Rain: 58%
Sunrise: 06:49:05 AM
Sunset: 08:07:24 PM
Wind: NE @ 7 mph
UV Index: 10 Very High
Mostly cloudy skies in the evening. Isolated thunderstorms may develop after midnight. Low 74F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
Chance of Rain: 54%
Sunrise: 06:49:39 AM
Sunset: 08:06:28 PM
Wind: ENE @ 9 mph
UV Index: 9 Very High
Partly cloudy with late night showers or thunderstorms. Low 73F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Chance of Rain: 48%
Sunrise: 06:50:14 AM
Sunset: 08:05:32 PM
Wind: ENE @ 9 mph
UV Index: 10 Very High
Partly cloudy skies. Low 73F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of Rain: 24%
Sunrise: 06:50:48 AM
Sunset: 08:04:34 PM
Wind: SSE @ 9 mph
UV Index: 11
Clear to partly cloudy. Low 74F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.
Fort Bend County
Fort Bend County Judge KP George on Wednesday, August 3, 2022, issued a letter to the top semiconductor chip manufacturing businesses, encouraging them to extend their operations to Fort Bend County following the United States Congress' bipartisan approval of the $280 billion “CHIPS and Science Act,” aimed at building up America's chip manufacturing and developing other critical technologi…
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Four investigators with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office have accepted jobs as deputies with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office because the pay was so much higher.
Peace officers across Fort Bend County have pledged to immediately engage a gunman shooting up a school and not wait for backup or orders from supervisors as happened in Uvalde in May.
- Shortage of deputies a public safety concern, sheriff warns
- 4 riding in golf cart killed in crash at Texas intersection
- White Sox trade for reliever Diekman, Red Sox get OF Pham
- Needville Little League compete in Cali
- Needville eliminated from World Series
- Twins stock up with starter Mahle, relievers López, Fulmer
- Monkeypox case confirmed
- Suspects Arrested on Felony Drug and Weapons Charges
- Sandy Hook parents: Alex Jones claims created 'living hell'
- Space Cowboys roster shaken up after deadline
- Needville All-Stars ready to make more history at Texas East tournament
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- Lamar 10U wins Texas East Baseball TItle
- Needville returns to the Southwest Regional
- Needville earn a Southwest Regional victory
- Lots of homemade crafts at Legion crafts show
- Needville beats Monument 16-0 in the Southwest Regionals opener
A Turkish-flagged ship that was among several vessels to leave Ukraine under a deal to unblock grain supplies and stave off a potential global food crisis has been the first to arrive at its destination in Turkey. The Turkey-flagged Polarnet docked at Derince port in the Gulf of Izmit on Monday after setting off from Chornomorsk on Aug. 5 laden with 12,000 tons of corn. The first ship to depart Ukraine Aug. 1, the Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni, still hasn’t reached its destination in Lebanon. Meanwhile, Russia again accused Ukraine of shelling Europe's largest nuclear power station. A Ukrainian intelligence official blamed Russia for the plant's shelling and of planting explosives there to head off a Ukrainian counteroffensive.
Published reports say the Michigan Attorney General’s office is asking that a special prosecutor investigate whether the Republican candidate for state attorney general and others should be charged in connection with an effort to gain access to voting machines after the 2020 election. The Detroit News reported Sunday that Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office has petitioned the Michigan Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council to appoint a special prosecutor to consider charges against nine people. They include Republican attorney general candidate Matt DePerno, who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump. He supports Trump’s false claims about his 2020 loss in the swing state to President Joe Biden. DePerno's campaign says Nessel's actions are "unethical."
U.S. markets pointed toward gains before the bell on Monday as investors prepare for another week of corporate earnings and two important government inflation reports. Futures for the Dow rose 0.5% and futures for the S&P 500 were up 0.6%. The S&P 500 lost 0.2% on Friday after government data showed American employers added more jobs than expected in June. That undercut expectations a slowing economy might prompt the Fed to postpone or scale back plans for more rate hikes to cool inflation. The government releases its consumer and producer price data for July later this week.
Celebrities having birthdays during the week of Aug. 14-20 include actor-musician Steve Martin, cartoonist Gary Larson who draws “The Far Side” and actor Halle Berry. Actor Anthony Anderson turns 52, actor Ben Affleck hits 50 and singer Dan Smyers of Dan and Shay turns 35. Musicians with birthdays during the week include rapper Young Thug, singer Madonna, singer Robert Plant and singer Demi Lovato. Actor Sean Penn turns 62, comedian Andy Samberg turns 44, actor Angela Bassett hits 64, country singer Lee Ann Womack turns 56 and “Today” show weatherman Al Roker turns 68.
The Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers are central arms of California's water system. But they are becoming too salty to use for some farmers and cities that rely on them as the state's punishing drought drags on. In dry times, less fresh water flows from the mountains through California's rivers and into an estuary known as the Delta. That means saltier water from the Pacific Ocean is able to push further into the system, which supplies water to millions of people and acres of farmland. The Delta's challenges foreshadow the risks to come for key water supplies from drought and sea level rise made worse by climate change.
Two men accused of coming up with a plan to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 are facing a second trial this week. It comes months after a jury couldn’t reach a verdict on Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. while acquitting two others. The result in April was a blow to federal prosecutors. They had set out to show that extremists were committed to snatching Whitmer and causing chaos close to the election between Joe Biden and then-President Donald Trump. The trial means another public airing of secretly recorded conversations, text messages and chilling social media posts. Defense attorneys will argue that Fox and Croft were shielded by the First Amendment when they expressed malicious opinions and were entrapped every step of the way by agents. Jury selection starts Tuesday.
Fort Bend County Fair 2022
The MLB trade deadline is a busy time for most MLB franchises and the Houston Astros were no exception as transactions put a lot of new faces in the majors and at Constellation Field.
Lamar Consolidated High School alumnus Ryan Baca shot 273 and placed 14th in the 52nd Higginbotham Texas State Open at The Cascades Golf & Country Club in Tyler last week.
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- Ex-Manchester United star Ryan Giggs set to go on trial
- Here is the latest Big Ten Conference sports news from The Associated Press
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- Barcelona ends preseason optimistic with team’s potential
- Russian tennis players collect 3 titles at US Open tuneups
- Dodgers, Mets make post-deadline statements
- Padres to stop slide in matchup with the Giants
Local athletes’ hard work in the classroom was highlighted in the 2022 Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All-State selections:
Local school programs finished in the top 25 UIL Lone Star Cup standings, honoring best overall sports and academic programs in Texas.
HOUSTON — Seven state flags flew beyond the centerfield wall at Post Oak Little League’s 50/70 field for the 2022 Little League Baseball Southwest Region Tournament.
TYLER — The tension was palpable Tuesday night in Tyler for the 2022 Texas East 11U Baseball State Championship finals. The reigning 10U champion Bellaire had the top seed Needville on the ropes for the second year in a row. The future Cardinals forced a second and final game to decide the s…
TYLER — The Lamar Blue 10U All-Stars have left little doubt about their quality throughout the postseason run.
The Lamar Blue 10U All-Stars extended their shutout streak to 10 innings at the 2022 Texas East state 10U Baseball Tournament at Rose Capital West Little League’s fields at Faulkner Park in Tyler.
Law Enforcement Spotlights
Mary Ann Janecka of Rosenberg and the rest of the cast and crew of the Murder Mystery Radio Theater will present “The Umbrella Murders” July 8-23 at the Agatha Theater, 1909 Ave. G., Rosenberg (Vogelsang Building). The audiences play an interactive role with the actors to find clues, tell th…
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Rosenberg will sponsor a Back 2 School Supply Drive from July 7-22. Supplies needed include pencil boxes, pencil bags with binder holes, 24-count crayon sets, glue sticks/ bottles, kid-size scissors, markers, construction paper, spiral notebooks, composition not…
- Awards Gala
- Movie Night
- Fire Department benefit
- One Table Community Dinner takes place Oct. 14
- Meals on Wheels benefit is Oct. 15
- Flag ministry
- Spay-Neuter assistance
- Congressional Art Competition deadline is May 6
- Needville High School class reunion is June 1
- Law summer camp set for July 18-21
- Free movie at the park
In the Community
Funny how little things impact children even when we think they’re not paying attention, and what can come of such impressions.
A Fort Bend County grand jury returned indictments against 14 individuals for a variety of felony offenses.
Rosenberg police responded to 162 calls for assistance, traffic violators, property checks, silent alarms, stray and wild animals, noise complaints, people with weapons, deceased persons, suspicious people, civil matters, threats, assaults, road hazards, disturbances, accidents/crashes, assi…
Cast Theatrical presents Egad, The Woman in White, a play written by Tim Kelly. The melodrama runs from Aug. 5 through Aug. 28 at the theater located in the Vogelsang Building, 1909 Ave. G in Historic Downtown Rosenberg.
Using her family’s recipes, Monica Brenner bakes authentic Czech kolaches in the heart of Old Rosenberg above The Vogelsang Antique Emporium and adjacent to The Creative Learning Society’s Agatha Theater.
Hello Laid Back Gardeners. Last week I touched base on planning your Fall Garden. If you are planning on starting your cool season plants by seed, this needs to be started soon and indoors with a sunny window. However, you still have time to put warm season veggies transplants (not seeds) in…
Robert Keprta’s grandfather was in big trouble in September 1921 — the kind of trouble that could end with a noose around his neck.
Area schools have plenty going on this month.
Niagara has partnered with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) to revitalize parks and outdoor community spaces across the U.S. Seabourne Creek Park is on the list. Go to https://niagaraperkyourpark.com/parks/seabourne-creek-nature-park/ to vote! They are hoping to win so th…
Texas, during the 19th Century, was not a God-forsaken place. Amidst the warfare and poverty, many preachers were drawn to the undeveloped mission field of Texas, to win souls for Christ.