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The city of Missouri City, despite its name, is located in southeastern Texas. In 1890, two real estate investors, R.M. Cash and L.E. Luckle purchased land along the Buffalot Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway. They advertised the land as a "land of genial sunshine and eternal summer" in St. Louis, Missouri. When W.R. McElroy purchased land three years later, he promoted the land in the same way by naming his property Missouri City. The first actual settlers were Texans from Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth.

Population: 52913
Local Newspapers: Forward Times Houston Business Journal Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Rockets Houston Texans Houston Astros
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Zip Codes associated with missouri city, texas: 77071 77459 77489
Towns/Cities near missouri city, texas : Sugar Land Stafford Fresno

Missouri City News
Missouri City man charged with Galveston security guard's slaying

A Missouri City man is at large after he was charged Wednesday for the April murder of a guard at the San Luis Resort in Galveston, according to court documents. Brandon Ledford was one of three men allegedly behind the late-night car robberies that led to the gunfire that left security worker Phillip Mollis dead, police said in a sworn statement.

Cato women's store to open in Riverstone community

Cato, a retailer of value-priced women's apparel and accessories, plans to open a location in Missouri City. The store will open Oct. 26 in the Riverstone Shopping Center at Texas 6 and University Boulevard.

Missouri City man charged with forcing 12-year-old girl into

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Reports: Woman found dead in Missouri City field

A person was found shot to death in a Missouri City oil field around 4 p.m. Sunday, according to news reports. The body was discovered in the 16100 block of Blue Ridge by homicide detectives.

Buffs add 18th commit for 2018 class

Hasaan Hypolite, a three-star safety prospect from Texas, gave his verbal commitment to play football at Colorado on Friday night. On Twitter, Hypolite wrote: "I just want to thank every school that has invested in my talents, my beautiful peers and family for everything you guys have done for me, with that being said I would like to Commit to Colorado University."

Rep. Al Green Meets with the Black Press on Capitol Hill

During an on the record meeting with publishers of Black-owned newspapers on Capitol Hill, Rep. Al Green discussed a range of issues from symbols of the Confederacy to advertising in the Black Press and the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Publishers and staffers representing the Daily Challenge, Cross Roads News, the San Diego Voice and Viewpoint, the Chicago Crusader and Gary Crusader, The Washington Informer, the Michigan Chronicle, Atlanta Daily World, New Pittsburgh Courier, Chicago Defender and the Houston Forward Times attended the meeting, that lasted more than hour.

Texas woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria caused by Hurricane Harvey

Nancy Reed, of the Kingwood area of northeast Houston, died on Sept. 15 of flood-related necrotizing fasciitis, more commonly referred to as flesh-eating bacteria, after she fell into contaminated flood water in her home, the Harris County medical examiner's office ruled.

TPWD game wardens captured escaped 9-foot alligator

Texas Game Wardens : "This 9 foot alligator escaped the Estero Llano Grande State Park in Weslaco and was located in a small pond within a RV Park. Due to the good work of the Texas Game Wardens and State Park employees it was safely returned to its original habitat."

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