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City of Richmond: Friday Morning Update

Post Date: 06/03/2016 3:00 AM

Good Morning Richmond,

If a picture paints a thousand words, so does the graph I am attaching to

Houston Public Library to Hold Kick Off Events for the Summer Reading Program “Aim for the Stars”

Former Texans Player Wade Smith Presenting His New Book What: Children and teens are invited to this year’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) “Aim

Gov. Abbott Declares State of Disaster for Fort Bend County; NWS Issues Flash Flood Watch Through Friday



UPDATE: The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch through Friday, June 3 at 7 p.m. Governor Greg Abbott

City of Richmond: Mid-Afternoon Update

Mid-Afternoon Update We just had a 3:00 briefing and the rain is coming. The River is remaining steady at the current level of

Officials Continue Monitoring Rise of Brazos River, Local Roads; Quail Valley Fund Office on Glenn Lakes Still Open for Early Voting



UPDATE: The Brazos River has reached a level of 54.61 feet. Missouri City residents can expect water levels to rise throughout

City of Richmond: Wednesday Morning Update

Changes over night included the closing of George Park on Collins Road. Post Date: 06/01/2016 3:00 AM

Good Morning Richmond,

The river is

Officials Continue to Monitor Brazos River; It Is Expected to Crest Today; Flooding Could Occur Along Sienna Parkway From Toll Road to McKeever


Missouri City officials have held conference calls with the Texas State Emergency Operations Center and the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency



HOUSTON (May 24, 2016) – Super Bowl LIVE is now the official name of the 10-day fan festival

Teen Writing Contest at the Houston Public Library

Teens are invited to showcase their creative writing skills for a chance to be recognized as one of Houston’s top teen writers or

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Continues Summer Art Immersions with Kusama: At the End of the Universe, June 12 to September 18, 2016


Two of artist Yayoi Kusama’s signature environments will be installed in the Museum’s Mies van der Rohe-designed Cullinan Hall