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In 1901, the discovery of oil gushing at Spindletop started the Texas Oil Boom and further exploration for petroleum in the Galveston Bay was then launched. Pasadena's industrial expansion brought about growth that went beyond that of neighboring Houston. Pasadena is also noted for an interesting fact, by having the Pasadena Volunteer Fire Department as the largest all-volunteer municipal fire department in the U.S.

Population: 152968
Local Newspapers: Pasadena Citizen
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA) Houston Dynamo (MLS) Houston Aeros (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Houston–Clear Lake San Jacinto College

Zip Codes associated with pasadena, texas: 77058 77502 77503 77504 77505 77506 77586
Towns/Cities near pasadena, texas : South Houston Tarrytown Galena Park Deer Park Burke Meadow Jacinto City

Pasadena News
Three charged in shooting after Spencer talk

Three supporters of white nationalist Richard Spencer were arrested Thursday in connection with an incident in which a shot was fired. Three supporters of white nationalist Richard Spencer were arrested Thursday in connection with an incident in which a shot was fired, according to Gainesville Police Department arrest reports.

Goatee Burglar suspect identified and Charged

The Police La Porte Police Department has been on the hunt for a burglary suspect who burglarized two local businesses during the month of September 2017. The suspect was captured on surveillance video while breaking into both a commercial business on South 8th Street and later a jewelry store located in the 8600 block of Spencer Highway.

There are no razors in your kids' candy: Debunking Halloween myths

There are no razors in your kids' candy: Debunking Halloween myths Be wary of these five commonly shared Halloween myths. Check out this story on thetowntalk.com: https://usat.ly/2x4PhcY The Internet discovered two things that will make you rethink everything you know about the "Monster Mash."

Phase 2 of Violet Crown Trail is coming through Oak Hill area

City staff gave an update recently on a portion of Phase 2 of the Violet Crown Trail, a 7-mile stretch that will ultimately connect Home Depot Blvd. with the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center. When finished, the Violet Crown Trail will be 30 miles in length, from Zilker Park to Hays County, ending a mile short of FM 150.

Retail Wrap: Waffle House buys tract for new Spring restaurant

MedExpress Urgent Care will open a location at the Grand Parkway and Morton Ranch Road in Katy in February. The 4,700-square-foot urgent care center will be on the southeastern side of Grand Morton Town Center.

Assets of ex-Brazilian president frozen over refinery deal

In this June 3, 2011 file photo, Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff autographs a worker's hard hat during the opening ceremony of the Petrobras P-56 oil platform in Angra dos Reis, Brazil. A Brazilian court has ordered the ex-President's assets frozen in connection with an estimated $580 million loss at state oil company Petrobras resulting from the purchase of an oil refinery in Pasadena, Texas.

Brazil court freezes ex-leader Rousseff's assets over 2006 refinery deal

Brazil's federal audit court on Wednesday ordered frozen the assets of former president Dilma Rousseff as well as those of Jose Sergio Gabrielli, ex-head of state-run oil company Petrobras, over a $580 million loss in the 2006 purchase of a Texas refinery. The order also covered former finance minister Antonio Palocci and three members of the board of directors of Petroleo Brasileiro SA, as the oil company is formally known, that approved the controversial purchase.

EPA Soon to Announce Whether the San Jacinto Waste Pits Will Be Removed

When EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt toured the San Jacinto Waste Pits site after Hurricane Harvey ripped through the area, he said the federal agency would make a decision by October 14 about whether to remove, dredge or permanently cap the waste pits.

Lowe's to hire 200 employees at Texas job fairs as part of Harvey

Lowe's plans to hire 3,500 employees in Texas to meet demand for rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg Lowe's plans to hire 3,500 employees in Texas to meet demand for rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.

Occidental Petroleum reports $70-million third-quarter loss from Hurricane Harvey

Occidental Petroleum Corporation announced third quarter 2017 business impacts of Hurricane Harvey as operations have returned to pre-storm levels. Overall, the storm caused minimal disruptions to operations and Occidental expects this one-time financial and production impact to be limited to the third quarter.

In dropping appeal, Pasadena to remain under federal oversight of election laws

A strip mall on the north side of Pasadena, Texas, on July 1, 2017. The Houston suburb is under federal oversight for any changes to its voting laws until 2023 - the only setup of its kind in Texas.

Lawyers still fighting over Houston futile-care ruling

Evelyn Kelly poses for a portrait with photographs of her late son, Chris Dunn, on her Pasadena porch Friday, Sept. 15, 2017.

EPA finds damage at Superfund site from Hurricane Harvey

In this Sept. 21, 2017, photo, a sign on a door of the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington.

Ajinomoto Windsor Mobilizes to Help Families Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

HOUSTON: Ajinomoto Windsor has had a strong connection to the Houston area since the company acquired Houston-based Windsor Quality Holdings in 2014. So, when the area was struck by flooding and storm damage from Hurricane Harvey, the Ajinomoto Windsor team was quick to respond.

Salata to open in Pasadena

A view of some of the vegetables available at the Salata. Salata, the fast-growing, Houston-born salad bar restaurant chain has 70 locations.

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