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About: missouri city, texas

The city of Missouri City, despite its name, is located in southeastern Texas. In 1890, two real estate investors, R.M. Cash and L.E. Luckle purchased land along the Buffalot Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway. They advertised the land as a "land of genial sunshine and eternal summer" in St. Louis, Missouri. When W.R. McElroy purchased land three years later, he promoted the land in the same way by naming his property Missouri City. The first actual settlers were Texans from Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth.

Population: 52913
Local Newspapers: Forward Times Houston Business Journal Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Rockets Houston Texans Houston Astros
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with missouri city, texas: 77071 77459 77489
Towns/Cities near missouri city, texas : Sugar Land Stafford Fresno

Missouri City News
Possible charter partner revealed for HISD's struggling schools

Energized For STEM Academy Inc., an organization run by NAACP Houston Branch President James Douglas and former Houston ISD trustee Paula Harris, has been selected as the potential partner to run 10 long-struggling HISD schools at risk of triggering major state sanctions this year. HISD trustees are scheduled to vote Tuesday on negotiating and executing a contract with Energized For STEM Academy, which already runs seven in-district charter schools in HISD, to take over operations of the 10 schools ahead of the 2018-19 school year, according to a public meeting notice posted Friday.

Missouri City mayor to highlight global partnerships

Mayor Allen Owen will present the 2018 State of the City address to Missouri City stakeholders, commercial partners and local leaders for the first time at the newly renovated Community Center in the City Hall complex, 1522 Texas Parkway, on Thursday, April 26, at 11:30 a.m. This year, Owen's remarks will focus on the many community and global partnerships that are shaping the city's future and has resulted in Missouri City's status as one of the nation's premier places to live, work and play.

Missouri City conducting citizen survey

ETC will mail the survey and a city-approved project description letter to a random sample of households. Residents will be provided two convenient opportunities to respond: an online link that will be included in the letter and a postage-paid return envelope.

SEC charges two with bilking elderly investors in Houston

Federal regulators charged two Houston area businessmen and the companies they control with running investment fraud schemes that targeted unsophisticated retirees and bilked them out of their life savings. The Securities and Exchange Commission sued Clifton E. Stanley in federal court in Houston for allegedly running a $2.4 million Ponzi scheme through Lifepay, a Missouri City-based retirement-planning and real-estate investment company.

Travis Scott takes Stormi to meet his relatives

The 25-year-old rapper headed to his hometown to bring his two-month-old daughter - who he shares with his partner Kylie Jenner - to meet his relatives. Scott's brother, Joshua, posted a picture of him holding Stormi, captioning it: "So happy to finally hold my beautiful Stormi."

Travis Scott Spends $7k on Flowers for 'Welcome Stormi' Party

Travis Scott 's mom is throwing her grandbaby, Stormi , a welcome party -- for his side of the family -- and the rapper's making sure the floral arrangements are on point ... TMZ has learned. Sources close to the storm-themed shindig tell us Travis picked up the bill for 6 floral sculptures and stands, which display lightning bolts going through clouds of roses, orchids and hydrangeas.

Governor names 5 Fort Bend tracts as Opportunity Zones

Gov. Greg Abbott has identified five census tracts in Fort Bend County as opportunity zones, an initiative created in the Tax Cuts and Job Acts of 2017 to encourage investment in low-income areas. Five areas in Fort Bend County are among the 628 census tracts that Gov. Greg Abbott has recommended for designation in the Opportunity Zone Program, an initiative established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.

Community leaders push Fort Bend ISD for single-member districts

Realtor Tremain Chatman, state Rep. Ron Reynolds, and the Rev. David Sincere answer questions at the Rise Up for Real Representation Forum held last week in Missouri City.

Former UH coach is now a Chick-fil-A franchise owner

Former University of Houston head coach Tony Levine is moving off the football field and into the business world by becoming a franchise owner of Chick-fil-A. The Missouri City store is expected to open in May 2018.

Can There be Too Much Industrial?

Houston's industrial market remains one of the healthiest in the country, with a vacancy below 6% for eight years, fueled by strong population growth and increased port activity, propelling increasing developments. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.

Missouri City concludes months-long review of animal shelter

Missouri City officials have announced new rules for its animal shelter after learning of unprofessional conduct by a volunteer toward staffers and of prescription medications for animals being stored at the shelter. City officials said at a news conference last Wednesday that they will not allow volunteers to administer medicine to the animals.

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