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The Texas Master Naturalists Coastal Prairie Chapter does a lot for the city of Rosenberg, specifically at Seabourne Creek Nature Park.
Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Fort Bend County – and it’s not just because of a backlog of cases.
Parents in Lamar Consolidated ISD and Needville ISD are asked to fill out forms to decide what kind of education their student will receive by no later than Monday.
Rosenberg City Council member Isaac Davila said one of his colleagues belongs in jail. But he’d settle for a policy change.
A 170-foot telecommunication tower will soon bring aid to AT&T phone subscribers.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott visited the Texas Division of Emergency Management’s Warehouse in San Antonio, where he provided an update on the state’s distribution of personal protective equipmen…
The 2020 Fort Bend County Fair has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic — the first time the fair has been scrubbed since WWII, officials announced Wednesday.
Fort Bend County will see a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, but it will be because of a backlog of newly discovered cases instead of a spike in new cases.
A 17-month-old toddler died after being found in a pool at a home in Pecan Grove on Tuesday night.
Rosenberg City Council member Isaac Davila won’t be on council for much longer.
It’s budget season.
When Fort Bend County Judge KP George responded in late March to businesses’ request for an indoor mask order for customers and employees alike, 3,269 residents had already tested positive for…
The land along U.S. 59 in Rosenberg may get spruced up in the coming months.
THE 2020 PROFILES OF PROGRESS
- 16% of county residents tested for COVID so far
- Harvey Melvin Kocich
- Vernon Wayne Sulak
- Davila: There’s a thief on council
- Charlotte Ann Vacek
- 2020 Fort Bend County Fair canceled due to COVID-19
- Martha Faye Ketchum
- AT&T tower to be placed in Rosenberg
- Toddler dies after being found in Pecan Grove pool
- Pedro Angeles Angeles
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Fort Bend County Indictments for June 29, 2020 follows. The indictments are listed by name, offense and offense date.
The Rosenberg police department solved more crimes last month than they did this time last year.
A Fort Bend County man accused of shooting his dog in the head twice seven months ago and leaving him in a community park to die has been indicted on a felony offense.
A Rosenberg teenager who fired shots from his car at another vehicle on Sunday, and then posted the deadly act on social media, has been arrested, police reported Monday.
Fort Bend County grand jurors returned indictments against 14 individuals on a variety of felony offenses.
A Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Deputy has been charged with criminal negligent homicide in the accidental shooting death of Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable Deputy Caleb Rule in May.
The University Interscholastic League’s Medical Advisory Committee had one item on the docket for Friday morning: a plan for return to play after a positive COVID-19 test.