Kaylee Liebert, 7, and her sister Kami Liebert, 4, enjoy the water at Pirates Bay Water Park on Wednesday.
A recent multi-tasked force raid on an illegal gambling establishment masquerading as an auto parts business revealed there is an unlawful gaming problem in the area.
A vigilant citizen and three law enforcement agencies teamed up to nab a suspect in a Tuesday morning burglary.
The City of Anahuac will receive $5 million for rebuilding its wastewater treatment plant, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Commerce Department Economic Development Administration.
Since it’s inception, A Life to Live has worked to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs placed in kill shelters — an initiative they will promote with a fun and enjoyable event this weekend.
Goose Creek CISD’s Summer Coding Camp provided an opportunity for Ethan Juarez and Ava Flood from Stephen F. Austin Elementary to work with Battle Bots.
Even as Baytown continues to add people, homes and businesses at breakneck speed, one statistic is keeping a steady downward trend — the number of reported crimes.
Lee College’s search for a new president is focused, according to regents on the search committee.
MONT BELVIEU — The City of Mont Belvieu has named Baytown native Dustin Schubert the next Parks and Recreation director.
Chambers County commissioners are considering options for countywide emergency medical services after a firm presented a feasibility study detailing the different choices they have at their disposal.
The Talking Trash Trilogy is just three days away. For the third consecutive year Keep Baytown Beautiful will pit Robert E. Lee, Ross S. Sterling and Goose Creek Memorial high schools against one another at the annual Trash Off.
The City of Baytown welcomed the staff of the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, which opened Monday.
The County and District Clerks Association of Texas has chosen Patti Henry, Chambers County district clerk, as the District Clerk of the Year.
Baytown city officials provided an update on the progress on the Bayland Island hotel and conference center.
Teachers across Texas are benefitting thanks to the passage of House Bill 3 June 11, which necessitates 30 percent of the $6.5 billion allotted for new public school spending to be used for staff pay raises.
In just four days the rivalries between Robert E. Lee, Ross S. Sterling and Goose Creek Memorial will be tested as they clean up the city for the annual trash off event hosted by Keep Baytown Beautiful.
Chambers County deputies arrested a man in the stolen vehicle who was in possession of multiple drivers’ licenses, debit cards and gift cards.
A 26-year-old Baytown man was charged with DWI and failure to stop and render aid after reportedly leaving the scene of a traffic accident about 8 p.m. Sunday.
While immigration raids are expected in portions of Harris County today, local law enforcement and elected officials condemn the large-scale operation, saying it could hinder public safety.
The Baytown Police Department has launched an internal affairs investigation into an arrest that was reported on Houston TV stations this week in which a man from Orange claimed officers used excessive force. BPD said the man has not filed a complaint with the department, however.
The Baytown Public Works Department have been awarded the 2019 Project of the Year award from the American Public Works Association for San Jacinto Boulevard.
The Crystal McDowell murder case is going to be the subject of a Dateline NBC episode called “Before the Storm.” The show airs 9 p.m. Monday on KPRC-Channel 2.
A bathymetric survey of the San Jacinto River Waste Pits indicates that the site was not impacted by the 18-wheeler that plunged into the river on June 27.
Dateline NBC crews were in Chambers County recently filming for an episode focusing on the Crystal McDowell case and the subsequent trial of her ex-husband, Steven McDowell. The episode airs at 9 p.m. Monday on KPRC-Channel 2. From left are NBC cameraman Dewaine Scott and Chambers County Dep…
Major portions of the San Jacinto Mall are being demolished as the effort to turn it into the San Jacinto Market Place continue. Demolition on the mall began in June. Natasha Barrett, City of Baytown spokeswoman, said the process is ongoing but slow.