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In 1901, the discovery of oil gushing at Spindletop started the Texas Oil Boom and further exploration for petroleum in the Galveston Bay was then launched. Pasadena's industrial expansion brought about growth that went beyond that of neighboring Houston. Pasadena is also noted for an interesting fact, by having the Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department as the largest all-volunteer municipal fire department in the U.S.

Population: 152968
Local Newspapers: Pasadena Citizen
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA) Houston Dynamo (MLS) Houston Aeros (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Houston–Clear Lake San Jacinto College

Zip Codes associated with pasadena, texas: 77058 77502 77503 77504 77505 77506 77586
Towns/Cities near pasadena, texas : South Houston Tarrytown Galena Park Deer Park Burke Meadow Jacinto City

Pasadena News
Bovada player wins life-changing jackpot

When random jackpots hit, they make headlines. On Saturday, 16 September, a Bovada Casino player played the right slot at the right time, managing to scoop up a $283,675 win.

Pasadena to hold public auto auction

The city of Pasadena will auction off more than 100 vehicles Saturday. The autos, which were not damaged in Hurricane Harvey, are being sold "as is, where is," according to the city.

Man With Alzheimer's Works Up Strength to Give Wife Emotional...

Christy Velasquez, of Pasadena, Texas, shared an emotional video to YouTube, September 2, of her father, who has Alzheimer's, working up the strength to treat her mother to a dance on her 80th birthday.

Residents cough, rub eyes in Harvey pollution spike

People living near the nation's highest concentration of petrochemical plants in metro Houston say the air is bad enough on normal days. It got worse as Harvey crashed in and the nation's fourth-largest city recorded the highest ozone pollution of the year in Texas.

Clearlake Capital Leads Recapitalization of FloWorks

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, FloWorks is a leading specialty industrial distributor of pipe, valves, and fittings and related technical solutions to the energy and industrial sectors.

Mexican volunteers put politics aside, cross border to aid Texas after Hurricane Harvey

Marco Franco , deputy director of Mexican Red Cross disaster relief, talks with Gustavo Santillan, part of a group of 33 Mexican Red Cross volunteers helping victims of Hurricane Harvey, at the George R. Brown convention center in Houston on Monday. Mexico has come to the aid of the United States following Hurricane Harvey, sending Red Cross volunteers, food and supplies to a country whose president has proposed building a wall to keep the two neighbors apart.

Harvey causes chemical companies to release 1 million pounds of extra air pollutants

Oil refineries and chemical plants across the Texas Gulf Coast released more than 1 million pounds of dangerous air pollutants in the week after Harvey struck, according to public regulatory filings aggregated by the Center for Biological Diversity. While attention has zeroed in on the crisis at the Arkema chemical plant in Crosby, other facilities - oil refineries, chemical plants and shale drilling sites - have been reporting flaring, leaks and chemical discharges triggered by Harvey.

Siri saves sick girl from Harvey floodwaters

Stranded outside in the rising waters of Hurricane Harvey, feverish and in great pain, 14-year-old Tyler Frank tried desperately to think of ways to get herself and her family to safety. And indeed Siri was smart enough.

In line and in life, Harvey's victims wait and worry

In this Sept. 1, 2017 file photo, a woman waits with others in line for donated goods from a makeshift distribution center set up among the cubicles of an office Friday, Sept.

In line and in life, Harvey's victims wait and worry

In this Sept. 1, 2017 file photo, a woman waits with others in line for donated goods from a makeshift distribution center set up among the cubicles of an office Friday, Sept.

Water release might keep homes flooded

A woman waits with others in line for donated goods from a makeshift distribution center set up among the cubicles of an office Friday in Pasadena, Texas.

Stranded Bakers Make Bread For Their Community

Surrounded by floodwaters, bread makers at Houston's El Bolillo Bakery turned out beautiful breads to share with other victims and first responders. As Hurricane Harvey rained down, El Bolillo Bakery owner Kirk Michaelis closed up shop at his Wayside location and headed home.

In flood-ravaged Texas, acts of kindness set off a chain reaction of goodwill

The family from Pasadena, Texas, shuddered as roiling floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey poured into their apartment complex's parking lot, bobbing the cars like fish in a pond. Fearing for their two small children, they loaned their second-floor unit to their downstairs neighbors and fled to a shelter at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston with a garbage bag full of clothes.

Principals helping principals: educators adopt schools in Harvey...

Principal Melissa Messenger isn't only worried about her family, unable to leave her neighborhood because of flood waters surrounding her home. She's worried about her other family, too: The 760 students and dozens of staffers from her middle school in Pasadena.

Damage to TX Oil Refineries Has Cost 1 Million Barrels Per Day - Here's What That Means to You

As Tropical Storm Harvey continues to pummel the Texas Gulf Coast, 22 percent of the state's oil refineries are completely shut down. Once progressives heard the news, it didn't take long before they started mocking the devastating effects the storm had on the state and oil industry.

Harvey begins to push out of Houston as curfew set and new shelter opens

As Tropical Storm Harvey pushes out of the Houston region, residents were left to deal with the aftermath of ruined homes, submerged cars, overflowing bayous and underwater neighborhoods. Hordes of new shelters began to open up across the city as more residents were ordered to evacuate from their flooded homes.

Lebanon Red Cross volunteer manages Texas shelter

A Lebanon man with a wealth of disaster relief experience is right where you'd expect him to be, managing an American Red Cross shelter in Texas Lebanon Red Cross volunteer manages shelter near Houston A Lebanon man with a wealth of disaster relief experience is right where you'd expect him to be, managing an American Red Cross shelter in Texas Check out this story on ldnews.com: http://ldne.ws/2wPw9Dn A Lebanon man with a wealth of disaster relief experience is right where you'd expect him to be, managing an American Red Cross shelter in a heavily flooded area of Texas. Paul LeVan has been in the state since Friday morning, after being flown in by the Red Cross.

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