The Go Ape facility will include ziplines, climbing nets, and a ropes course up in the tree canopy.
A woman stated she was walking on the trail near the retention pond located in the Estates of Teal Run subdivision in Fresno, Texas when an unknown male physically tackled her to the ground and sexually assaulted her.
The Fort Bend Chamber was joined by Fort Bend ISD Superintendent, Dr. Christie Whitbeck. Dr. Whitbeck celebrated these teachers that have gone above and beyond for their students and colleagues.
Anyone with outstanding Sugar Land Municipal Court citations can avoid the embarrassment of being arrested at home, work or school by quickly taking care of their citations.
Crimes included in the calculation are homicide, sexual assault, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, theft, auto theft, and arson.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved $359,451 for a drainage study and design services for Covington Woods drainage improvements.
The Space Cowboys will start with an April 5 road game against the Sacramento River Cats.
People can sign up to receive emergency alerts via text message, email, pager, or voice mail.
If you have Friday recycling collection, please leave your carts at the curb tonight, Feb. 4.
As always, tips are anonymous and information given could lead to a cash reward.
From Yappy Hours to Bikes and Brews, there’s sure to be an event for anyone and everyone.
Daniels was last seen during the early morning hours of Jan. 4, 2012.
This year’s theme is Motown and themed attire is encouraged.
The city of Sugar Land will conduct a multi-agency training exercise at Sugar Land Baptist Church, 16755 Southwest Freeway, today from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The city of Sugar Land’s videography team recently won seven state awards.
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) recently awarded a 2021 Certification of Excellence in Performance Management to the city of Sugar Land.
Sugar Land detectives are looking for a driver who struck and killed a man on Dec. 20 at about 8:48 p.m.
Utility rate increases of about $10 per month for residential customers were approved by City Council in September and will begin Jan. 1.
Sugar Land detectives are looking for two men who forced a woman at gunpoint inside her home.
Due to inclement weather expected from Tropical Storm Nicholas, city offices will close for normal business today at 3 p.m.