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Crime Stoppers releases this week’s Featured Felons list

The Multi-County Crime Stoppers organization, which serves Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto counties, has picked the persons pictured for this week’s Featured Felons list. All persons had active warrants as of Aug. 2, 2022, according to Crime Stoppers. If you recognize any of the suspects pictured, do not attempt...
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Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Featured Felons For 8/05/2022

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX — Serving Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties. Featured Felons for the Week of 8-05-2022. All warrants confirmed active as of 08-02-2022. If you recognize any of the above suspects, do not attempt to apprehend them. Call Crime Stoppers at:. 1-800-392-STOP; Smart Phone app “P3TIPS”. IMPORTANT…
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Trucker’s hasty turn causes Fatal Crash, Jury awards 10 Million

THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Wham & Rogers is proud to announce that their recent trial victory in San Jacinto County has been recognized as one of the Top Verdicts in the Southwest for 2021. Wham & Rogers represented the parents of a 21-year-old college student killed by a side underride collision with an owner operated 18-wheeler. Side underride crashes, which occur when a smaller vehicle crashes into the side of heavy truck, are among the deadliest types of collisions.
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Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Featured Felons For 7/29/2022

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX — Serving Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties. Featured Felons for the Week of 7-29-2022. All warrants confirmed active as of 07-27-2022. If you recognize any of the above suspects, do not attempt to apprehend them. Call Crime Stoppers at:. 1-800-392-STOP; Smart Phone app “P3TIPS”. IMPORTANT…
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX
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Rain Chances

Upper level ridge of high pressure currently located over the SW US will back westward slightly today and weaken on the eastern flank. This will allow a trough over the southern US to move westward a bit. Local radars over LA this morning show a complex of thunderstorms east of the central LA area moving westward and convection allowing models (CAMs) are in general agreement that this complex and its associated outflow boundary will continue westward toward the Sabine River today and then into east Texas this afternoon and toward the I-45 corridor by mid to late afternoon.
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PHOTOS: 15 dogs rescued from ‘deplorable living conditions’ in San Jacinto County, officials say

SAN JACINTO COUNTY, Texas – Fifteen dogs were rescued from separate animal cruelty cases late last week in San Jacinto County, according to the Houston Humane Society. In a release, the shelter partnered with San Jacinto County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office to rescue 11 dogs from one home after they were found living in “deplorable living conditions,” outside with no food or water.
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Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Featured Felons For 7/15/2022

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX — Serving Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties. Featured Felons for the Week of 7-15-2022. All warrants confirmed active as of 07-12-2022. If you recognize any of the above suspects, do not attempt to apprehend them. Call Crime Stoppers at:. 1-800-392-STOP; Smart Phone app “P3TIPS”. IMPORTANT…
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX

San Jacinto Regional Flood Planning Group approves draft plan for state water board submittal

The regional flood planning group has developed a draft plan mandated by the state Legislature to plan flood mitigation. (Kelly Schafler/Community Impact Newspaper) The San Jacinto Regional Flood Planning Group unanimously approved a draft regional flood plan for 11 Houston-area counties ranging from Walker County to Galveston County in the San Jacinto River watershed at a July 14 meeting.
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Café Con Miguel brings together Local Business Owners and Professionals

Miguel Lopez, owner of Conganas LLC, hosts a monthly event called “Café Con Miguel” that invites local business owners, business professionals, and entrepreneurs for organic business discussions over coffee. Café Con Miguel also features an authentic Q&A with a business owner with an honest talk about their business, their struggles, best practices, their journey. The conversation is not rehearsed, it is an authentic conversation and an opportunity to learn from a business owner how he/she is living/doing/working “con ganas.” There is no cost to attend, no membership dues, and no referral requirements.
THE WOODLANDS, TX
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Homeowner Assistance and Reimbursement Programs deadline near

Texas General Land Office (GLO) announced the application for the Homeowner Assistance and Reimbursement Program (HARP) will close at 5 p.m. on Aug. 31, 2022. Applications are currently being reviewed in all eligible counties affected by flooding events in South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley in 2018 and 2019, as well as Tropical Storm Imelda in 2019.
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UPDATE: Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Featured Felons For 07/08/2022

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX -- Serving Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties. Featured Felons for the Week of 7-08-2022. All warrants confirmed active as of 07-05-2022. If you recognize any of the above suspects, do not attempt to apprehend them. Call Crime Stoppers at:. 1-800-392-STOP; Smart Phone app “P3TIPS”. IMPORTANT...
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Time is running out! Deadline approaching to apply for Homeowner Assistance and Reimbursement Program (HARP)

AUSTIN – The Texas General Land Office (GLO) announced Tuesday that the application for the Homeowner Assistance and Reimbursement Program (HARP) will close at 5 p.m. on Aug. 31, 2022. Applications are currently being reviewed in all eligible counties affected by flooding events in South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley in 2018 and 2019, as well as Tropical Storm Imelda in 2019. All potential applicants must submit applications by the deadline to be considered for eligibility so long as funding is available.
AUSTIN, TX