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

Missouri City News
Two arrested after 3 pounds of marijuana, $5,000 found in vehicle

The Bosque County Sheriff's Office said they seized over 3 pounds of marijuana and over $5,000 during a traffic stop. Police said Sgt.

Could Texas see a higher minimum wage? Read Story Christy Millweard

Texas lawmakers are discussing a higher state minimum wage after almost 10 bills were filed in the House of Representatives surrounding the topic. Right now, the state uses the federal minimum wage of $7.25, but these bills look at raising it to $10.10, $15 or giving local governments the choice to pick their own amount.

5 things you need to know about CB Valentino Blake

He was claimed in September 2013 by the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he played the next three years. Blake spent last season as a member of the Tennessee Titans secondary.

Reports: College student killed in Missouri City wreck

A group of women were headed home for Spring Break when a driver in a white GMC Yukon t-boned their Honda Civic on Highway 6, police said at the scene. The Honda driver - who KTRK identified as Cayla Simple - was killed and one passenger was whisked to the hospital by helicopter.

Missouri City to host MCTX Fest

This spring, the "Show Me City" is set to host its inaugural MCTX FEST-a new parks and recreation initiative that will feature an exciting day full of live music, art and food for residents and visitors. The festival of fun will take place on Saturday, April 8, from noon to 9 p.m. at 5855 Sienna Springs Way.

Missouri City teen earns Girl Scouts' highest honor

Alexandra Sepulveda, a sophomore at Dulles High School - Math and Science Academy, has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor in Girl Scouting. To earn the award, Sepulveda created a reading area for each of the kindergarten classrooms at Palmer Elementary School in Fort Bend ISD.

Talent show participant wins People's Choice Award 51 minutes ago

Audrey Marie Hensley, 8, won the People's Choice Award at the Theatre Victoria's Talent Show Finals held Feb. 24 at the Leo J. Welder Center. She sang "Part of Your World" from "The Little Mermaid."

Missouri City, TX Upgrades Council Chambers with High-Definition...

Swagit Productions, LLC helps Missouri City to increase transparency with a two-phase project. Missouri City, TX is streaming live high-definition video via Cosmosa HD broadcast system and EASEa solution in their council chambers.

Missouri City woman sentenced for stealing from Holocaust survivor

Eula Mae Williams was sentenced to five-year's probation on Jan. 20 for felony theft by 400th District Court Judge Maggie Jaramillo. Williams plead guilty to the indictment in October 2016, when the court reset her sentencing to consider a presentence investigation report.

Seto's Golden Wedding Anniversary

Rodney and Linda Seto are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on March 88, 2017. United in marriage at St. Paul's Methodist Church in Houston, the Seto's have lived in Quail Valley, Missouri City for over 45 years.

Downtown I-45 connector ramp closing for seven months of work

Traffic on Spur 5 is photographed Thursday, March 2, in Houston. Starting on March 3 evening, a section of the Spur will will be shut down for seven months for construction.

Two charged in connection to deadly San Marcos drug deal shooting

San Marcos police said Wednesday that two men have been arrested in connection to a deadly drug deal shooting last month. Damien Douglas Harris, 30, was arrested on Tuesday in Missouri City, Texas and charged with murder.

Police-baiting photographer exposed in war on cops

On Feb. 15, an unidentified person posing as some kind of photojournalist created a stir in Missouri City as he walked along the sidewalk in front of the police department shooting video of the building, personal cars in the parking lot and the fallen officers memorial in front of the building. He was initially contacted by Officer Lewis Jefferson, who introduced himself and asked who he was and what he was doing.

Sugar Land bans cell phones while driving

In a 5-2 vote, the Sugar Land City Council acted to prohibit the use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle. This was the second and final reading of the ordinance, which is set to go into effect on March 20. If in violation of the ordinance, drivers will be issued warnings for the first 90 days after it goes into effect.

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