One neighborhood's new routine has become an event for residents
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump floated the idea of a quarantine as early as Saturday affecting residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for a short time to stop the spread of coronavirus from reaching states with fewer infections.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma family doctor who earned a reputation as a conservative political maverick as he railed against federal earmarks and subsidies for the rich, has died. He was 72.
NEW YORK (AP) — Republicans who have spent the past decade howling about the danger of ballooning deficits embraced the coronavirus rescue package approved by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump, shrugging off past concerns about spending in the face of a public health crisis.
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ATLANTA (AP) — The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery, a veteran civil rights leader who helped the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and fought against racial discrimination, died Friday, a family statement said. He was 98.
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DETROIT (AP) — As confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States led the world — with more than 105,000 infections — cities such as Detroit, Chicago and New Orleans grew as hotspots Saturday, while the virus continued to pummel New York City and also made its way into rural America.
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Fort Bend County Courts
- Watch commissioners court meetings online
- Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls explores run for Congress
- Morales still has hopes to bring multi-purpose facility to county
- DA tells state leaders some pot cases too costly to prosecute
- New juvenile, emergency centers form bulk of county facilities bond proposal
- County looks to hire another internet crimes investigator
- County seeking to get funds to deal with mental health issues in justice system
- Supreme Court rules former Fort Bend County employee can continue discrimination lawsuit
- County joins lawsuit against opioid manufactures, distributors
- County commissioners approve deal with Hays County, road commissioner retires
- Wipes clog pipes
- City of Richmond will not disconnect water due to nonpayment during March
- City of Richmond offering ‘safe harbor’
- Cause for Celebration
- Richmond ranked No. 5 on best Houston suburbs list
- Richmond garbage pick up re-scheduled
- New law could mean longer meetings, city attorney says
- Richmond commissioners discuss comprehensive plan
- Richmond ethics board to review ‘probable cause’
- GOOD AFTERNOON: Richmond cleanup
- Rosenberg mayor confirms 2 cases in 77471 zip code
- Rosenberg won't hand out free disinfectant
- City won't affirm store rationing
- Rosenberg council moves May election to Nov. 3
- Rosenberg may move Election Day
- Council may affirm store rationing
- Rosenberg council may change meeting location
- Sports complex may get scoreboard
- Speed humps back on council agenda
- Tax abatement deal on council agenda
- Police chief’s contract up for renewal
- Moses quits council race
- State of the city
- Townhouse regulations back on planning commission agenda
- Council doesn’t censure Balderas
- Needville Runners Group meets Saturday
- Little Mister and Miss Harvest Fest contestants
- Needville Fire Department holds annual Open House
- Needville Fire Department lays out new wildfire prevention strategy
- Needville Citywide Garage Sale scheduled for March 16-17
- Blood drive for Needville resident
- Needville Country Christmas seeks sponsors
- Daniels wins Gator at Harvest Fest raffle
- Needville trustees hear plans for new administration building
- NHS Class of ’68 gets together again
- Fulshear Police Department to take accept unwanted prescription drugs
- Wooten named 2019 Commissioner of the Year
- Fairchilds Dance Hall
- Zerwas to discuss flood prevention management
- Auto burglaries continue to plague Fulshear
- Shamrock Shindig draws merry crowd
- Annual Texana Trot scheduled for Nov. 17
- Fulshear roads undergo major construction
- Fulshear council OKs hiring of city secretary
- Fulshear City Council terminates city secretary