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Harris County Sheriff’s Office homicide investigators arrested and charged Houston resident Jerry Fain, 35, with the murder of his girlfriend, April Cobb, in Channelview. About 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, deputies responded to a report of a death at 15425 North Brentwood. 

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The Robert E. Lee Lady Ganders danced and pranced around so much following every ace and kill that they could have been mistaken for dancers and not volleyballers.

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Two men were found dead inside a building at 16418 Market Street in Channelview about 11 p.m. Thursday, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

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Harris County’s lawsuit against the companies responsible for cleaning up environmental contamination to the San Jacinto River just north of the Interstate 10 bridge will continue, as a federal appeals court ruled that the county can continue using outside attorneys on the case.

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A 19-year-old man has been charged with aggravated assault after a Channelview shooting early Tuesday morning that left two women injured, one seriously.

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The annual Baytown Special Rodeo for special needs youngsters, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 14, is moving to a new location this year.

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The Houston-Galveston Area Council said its Regional DWI Task Force, which consists of 14 law enforcement agencies throughout the Houston-Galveston area, will be operating throughout Memorial Day weekend to cut down on driving while intoxicated. 

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Former Houston Oilers’ quarterback Dan Pastorini, former Astros’ pitcher Larry Dierker and KHOU’s meteorologist Chita Johnson are a few of the many celebrities who will be playing in the 11th Annual Bayou Bowl Celebrity Golf Tournament.  

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NORTH SABINE:  Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and Corkies. Flounder are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp around marsh drains.

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Recently at the North Channel Chamber of Commerce annual banquet, Bates Collision Centers received the 2012 Community Service Award. Pictured from left to right are Cory Stover, Lori Tadlock, Chamber President Dr. Charles Grant, Leila Bates and Lee Bates.

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NORTH SABINE: Trout are fair to good in the river on live shad. Redfish are good in the marsh on small topwaters and Stanley Ribbits. Flounder are good on jigs tipped with shrimp.

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Lee College star forward Trahson Burrell didn’t hesitate when asked where he learned to play basketball.

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I did not know Amulek Stone. But after talking with several coaches, and listening to the passion in their voice as they described the young man, I feel like I do. And for that, I feel blessed.

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On occasion, losing a ball game can be the best thing that happens to a team. Just ask the squad from Sterling, which found itself on the short end of a Friday morning matchup, then used that loss as motivation to pound Channelview 7-4 in a night contest in the Gary Herrington Invitational T…

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My starched Texas flag normally takes a beating from sustained 20-knot winds this time of year. The same could be said for Texas bays, raked and rolled at times by the same ardent gales. It’s a fact of life along the coast – the wind blows in late winter and early spring.

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N. SABINE:  Trout and redfish are fair while drifting mud and shell. Sheepshead are fair to good around the rocks.

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Dreary, wet, February chill is not what most salts consider “good fishing weather.” Then again, “most” anglers don’t fish until the water warms to 72 degrees and suntan lotion is needed. 

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NORTH SABINE:  Trout and redfish are fair while drifting mud and shell. Waders have taken better trout on the Louisiana shoreline in the afternoon on slow-sinking plugs.

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The feel of a sensitive piece of graphite as an angry speckled trout crushes a topwater is a normal occurrence once spring rolls around. We plugging aficionados try to rush winter, consistently checking water temperatures during periods of  mild weather with hopes of at least a few days of r…

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The Barbers Hill Eagles football team not only kept their playoff hopes alive, but also might have officially kickstarted the vision first-year head coach Carl Abseck had in mind as they rolled in and out of Nederland with a 66-28 destruction of the host Bulldogs Friday night.

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The Crosby Cougars moved one step closer to the District 12-5A II title with a resounding 69-28 win at Port Neches-Groves Friday night.

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The Anahuac Panthers secured a winning season and inched closer to a third straight postseason bid with a 32-12 Region 10-3A I win at Buna Friday night.

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Baytown Christian set itself up for a district title clash next week with St. Joseph’s Academy with a 76-13 rout of visiting Grace Community Friday night in TAPPS Six-Man play.

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Despite battling all night and showing the ability to move the football and also slow down a devastating Port Arthur Memorial offensive attack in spots, the host Robert E. Lee Ganders didn't have enough to avoid a titanic effort by their guests.

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The Sterling Rangers tennis team saw its season end in the Region 3 semifinals for the second straight year with a 10-5 defeat to Katy Jordan Thursday at Katy High School

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As basketball’s start looms and the fall sports begin to move toward their season’s apex, the Power 5 rankings will be sure to shift in the upcoming weeks.

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The Robert E. Lee and Sterling football teams find themselves in the playoff hunt as this week’s games loom while Goose Creek Memorial seeks to right the ship as the final three weeks kickoff on Thursday.

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Both the Barbers Hill Eagles and Crosby Cougars are set for difficult road challenges 7:30 p.m. Friday that should go a long way determining how the District 12-5A II standings play out.

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It was a game where one team kept its playoff hopes alive and another saw its coach pleased with a new level of execution and commitment.

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The Ball High School Tors handed the Baytown Lee Ganders their first loss of the season with a 23-13 win Friday night at Kermit Courville Stadium.

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The Sterling Lady Rangers have inched closer to a Class 5A Region 3 bi-district playoff against Barbers Hill with another win against their Baytown rivals.

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If the fall golf season is any indication of how good the Barbers Hill program will do when the UIL campaign kicks off in late winter, then things could be looking quite rosey.

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Once again the Power 5 poll has remained relatively static as the better teams in the area continue to prove why they are where they are.

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The cross country district meets will kick off today as Class 5A Region 3 programs will vie for three team spots in that penultimate meet before the state finals.

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CHICAGO (AP) — The Houston Astros found themselves in familiar territory Monday, brushing aside comments by Chicago White Sox reliever Ryan Tepera after he implied they stole signs while winning the first two games of the AL Division Series in their ballpark.

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The Crosby Cougars football train appears to be more than well on track once again.

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The Anahuac Panthers hope for adding to its five-game win streak came crashing down Friday when rivals East Chambers came to town and pulled off a 24-10 District 10-3A I win.

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SANTA FE - The Dayton Broncos rolled up 410 yards of total offense in a 41-0 pounding of Santa Fe on Friday night at Indians Stadium in District 12-5A II action.

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The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference announced its 30th anniversary softball team and one of its nearly three dozen members happens to hail from Baytown.

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There was a bit more movement than usual this week in the Power 5 as a number of teams took some losses, but also did so behind some powerful performances.

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Anahuac will attempt to take history by storm as the Panthers continue to trend in a positive direction.

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The 18th annual Barbers Hill Sports Hall of Honor held its newest induction ceremony Saturday at the BHISD Leadership Support Center’s J. Justin Jenson Conference Room as three new members have been immortalized.