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Baytown is a city that is located in the southeastern region of Texas. It is home to the Houston Raceway Park which is a motorsports complex that features National Hot Rod Association Races and a weekly drag racing program. Notable residents have included actor and comedian Gary Busey, country music artist Chris Cagle, musician Gene Kelton who was the leader of Mean Gene Kelton & The Die Hards, and golfer Tim Reilly.

Population: 66430
Local Newspapers: Baytown Sun
Local Sports Teams: Houston Rockets Houston Texans Houston ThunderBears
Local Colleges: Lee College

Zip Codes associated with baytown, texas: 77520 77521
Towns/Cities near baytown, texas : Channelview Deer Park La Porte Morgan's Creek Mont Belview Highlands Barrett

Baytown News
Endorsement watch: HCC

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Family fun: Plan your weekend here, parents

Allie Banks, 4, of Baytown, smiles as face paint artist, Mary Morris holds up a mirror for her to see her face at the 13th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009, in Houston.

Family fun: Plan your weekend here, parents

Allie Banks, 4, of Baytown, smiles as face paint artist, Mary Morris holds up a mirror for her to see her face at the 13th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009, in Houston. less Allie Banks, 4, of Baytown, smiles as face paint artist, Mary Morris holds up a mirror for her to see her face at the 13th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, Sunday, Oct. 11, ... more Spring resident Stephanie Randall, center, watches her son, Ronnie Lamb, 4, try to pet a live catfish held by Joel Luce of the Texas Fishing Forum, right, during the Cajun Catfish Festival on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014, in downtown Conroe.

A Lesson In Sharing

Heyden Crawford, 7, a first-grader at Fulks Run Elementary School, organizes school supplie Monday that will be donated to Dr. Johnny T. Clark, Jr. Elementary School in Baytown, Texas. Katie Pitsenbarger, 10, a fifth-grader at Fulks Run Elementary School, organizes school supplies Monday that the students collected to send to Dr. Johnny T. Clark, Jr. Elementary School in Baytown, Texas.

Gasoline prices plunge as refineries get back to normal

In this Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 file photo, large storage tanks situated in retention ponds are surrounded by rainwater left behind by Tropical Storm Harvey at ExxonMobil's refinery in Baytown, Texas. Companies have reported that roughly two dozen storage tanks holding crude oil, gasoline and other fuels collapsed or otherwise failed during Harvey, spilling a combined 140,000 gallons of fuel, according to an Associated Press analysis of state and federal accident databases.

Strangers reunite woman with daughtera s missing baby album after Harvey

Kristie Fudge did not even realize her only child's baby photo album was missing after flooding from Hurricane Harvey ruined her family's Baytown, Texas, home last month. "We haven't even started our list of everything that we lost because we're still trying to clean out the house," Fudge, a high school teacher, told ABC News.

The Brief: It's looking like federal Harvey recovery dollars for Texans may take a while

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John Curtis fills backpacks for hurricane victims

When John Curtis Christian School students learned of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, they felt the need to help. The school organized a donation drive for backpacks filled with school supplies.

CP Chem employees stand out in Harvey rescue efforts

The plastics and chemicals firm, based in The Woodlands, Texas, recognized some of these efforts in an Aug. 25 news release. Harvey hit the Texas coast on Aug. 25, bringing with it heavy rains and flooding.

Strangers reunite mother with baby album after Harvey

Kristie Fudge's Baytown, Texas, home was ruined by Harvey floodwaters and her daughter's baby album was recovered blocks away. Kristie Fudge did not even realize her only child's baby photo album was missing after flooding from Hurricane Harvey ruined her family's Baytown, Texas, home last month.

Hyundai Marks The 3-Millionth Elantra Sold In America By Honoring A Local Hero In Houston

BAYTOWN, Texas: Hyundai marked its 3-millionth Elantra sold in the United States by commemorating the achievement of one brave individual in Baytown, Texas, a city near Houston severely impacted by flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. Henry Rogers, Paramedic Field Supervisor for Acadian Ambulance, was on the front lines facing the destructive force of Hurricane Harvey by helping, and saving lives of, the most vulnerable for more than 48 hours despite leaving his family and home alone during the storm.

Resin supply challenges send prices up for PE, PP and PS

Supply pressures related to Hurricane Harvey have sent North American prices for polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene resin up since Sept. 1. PE prices in the region have moved up an average of 4 cents per pound, with PP prices increasing 7 cents and PS prices ticking up 3 cents, according to market sources contacted recently by Plastics News.

Oil producers say Hurricane Harvey's impact won't last long

In this Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 file photo, large storage tanks situated in retention ponds are surrounded by rainwater left behind by Tropical Storm Harvey at ExxonMobil's refinery in Baytown, Texas. Companies have reported that roughly two dozen storage tanks holding crude oil, gasoline and other fuels collapsed or otherwise failed during Harvey, spilling a combined 140,000 gallons of fuel, according to an Associated Press analysis of state and federal accident databases.

Concert benefits Harvey victims Sister city Baytown, Texas, gets some relief

A good crowd showed up for a concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey on Friday, September 22, at 16th Street Park. The benefactor, Baytown, Texas, is a city east of Houston that was hit by Hurricane Harvey in early September.

Hyundai gives 3 millionth car in America to hurricane hero near Houston

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Fuel prices maintain slow decline

In this Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 file photo, large storage tanks situated in retention ponds are surrounded by rainwater left behind by Tropical Storm Harvey at ExxonMobil's refinery in Baytown, Texas. Companies have reported that roughly two dozen storage tanks holding crude oil, gasoline and other fuels collapsed or otherwise failed during Harvey, spilling a combined 140,000 gallons of fuel, according to an Associated Press analysis of state and federal accident databases.

Rescuers Question Tall Tails Animal Rescue's Actions During Harvey

As Hurricane Harvey made landfall on south Texas August 26, the owners of Tall Tails Animal Rescue in Chambers County left 122 dogs at home and drove to a movie theater in Baytown, 30 miles away.

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