As eight Fort Bend ISD schools return to face-to-face learning after closing due to COVID, three other schools are closing and moving to online only.
The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office released new details in their search for 21-year-old Jason Landry, who has been missing since Dec. 13.
But small business owners tell FOX 26, it’s a death sentence, saying major companies may be able to shoulder the pay raise, but for small businesses, it’s a lose/lose.
Texas EquuSearch has announced that it is suspending its search efforts for 21-year-old Texas State student Jason Landry.
Jason Landry has been missing since Sunday, December 13, when he left San Marcos to spend Christmas break in Houston with family.
This is the beginning of the second week of searching for Jason Landry.
"I pray my son is somewhere alive and that someone is taking care of him," said Pastor Kent Landry said.
Since Sunday, 21-year-old Texas State University student Jason Landry has been missing after disappearing on his way back home.
FOX 26's Tiffany Justice has more on the search for a student from Missouri City who was heading home for Christmas but vanished. She speaks with the student's family.
Amazon plans to launch Missouri City's first fulfillment center in 2021, and the company says it will create over 500 new full-time jobs.
3 students from Texas, including one from Missouri City, were selected as receipts of Rhodes scholarships.
A local middle schooler is getting national recognition for an app she is building to help the elderly.
The casket included a dark-haired mannequin that some believe was meant to depict Kamala Harris.
The shooting occurred in the 2500 block of Amethyst Isle Lane in Missouri City’s Sienna neighborhood around 8:35 a.m. Monday.
Households can receive up to $2,000 for rent or mortgage for two months, plus $500 per month for utilities for two months, according to Missouri City's website.
Missouri City’s own Travis Scott making one of his biggest moves yet, partnering up with McDonald’s for his very own meal.
Authorities said the crash occurred on the 14700 block of Fondren Road around 10 p.m.
A Missouri City nursing home is responding to questions about its health safety protocol after reports of an outbreak of dozens of COVID-19 cases and 19 deaths.
A nursing home in Missouri City suffered an outbreak of COVID-19 and now the state is checking to see if the nursing home could have done anything different.
According to a release from the city, Fort Bend County said the cases were located at Paradigm at First Colony Nursing Home, located at 4710 Lexington Boulevard.