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About: spring, texas

Located 25 miles north of Houston, back in 1947 Spring only had 700 residents. Further back, in the 1840s, many immigrants settled into the area and started farming. The main cash crops at the time were sugar cane and cotton, and residents were known to grow their own vegetables. In addition, people came from the southern U.S. to settle into Spring after the Civil War.

Population: 36385
Local Newspapers: Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA) Houston Dynamo (MLS) Houston Aeros (AHL)
Local Colleges: North Harris County College

Zip Codes associated with spring, texas: 77373 77379 77380 77382 77386 77388 77389
Towns/Cities near spring, texas : The Woodlands Sandpiper Aldine Oak Ridge North Humble Shenandoah Tomball

Spring News
Officials: Special needs teen who died last year was abused

Authorities in suburban Houston say a 14-year-old with special needs died last year after being given blood pressure medication not prescribed by a doctor, and that an investigation found numerous people had used a stun gun on her over several months. The Montgomery County sheriff's office said Saturday that three people, including the teen's father and a home health care worker, were arrested Tuesday for injury to a child.

Family of man who died in Whitehall Hotel explosion sue for negligence

The family of a Spring electrical contractor who died from injuries from a fiery explosion at the Whitehall Hotel in downtown Houston last week have sued the hotel chain and others for at least $1 million. According to a negligence suit filed in Harris County district court on Friday, Jose Zadezensky, 72, and his step-son Jonathan Ruperez, 29, were working as contractors in a basement room of the hotel on Nov. 10 when a violent explosion took place.

Answering your Keep Kingwood Green recycling questions

The concept of Thanksgiving changed because of Harvey. Little things mean so much and big things are miracles! The community is working hard to rebuild and reopen.

Apple served with search warrant in Sutherland Springs shooting

Law enforcement officials continue to investigate the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Texas. A man opened fire inside the church in the small South Texas community on Sunday, killing and wounding many.

She found a memory card hidden in the dirty laundry. It landed her husband in prison

A 38-year-old Texas man received a 40-year sentence to federal prison Thursday for producing and possessing child pornography - because of a memory card his wife found in a pile of dirty laundry. The mother of a victim pictured in some of the photos stored on the card turned Hilton in and fled to Oklahoma to be with family after finding the images and videos, according to the news release.

Texas man gets 40 years in prison for child pornography

A 38-year-old suburban Houston man has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to producing and possessing child pornography. James Kelly Hilton, of Spring, pleaded guilty Aug. 14 and appeared Thursday before U.S. District Judge Alfred Bennett for sentencing.

Donald Trump sends condolences to wrong town after mass shooting

Donald Trump does it once again, on his favorite social network. This Tuesday evening, in an attempt to send condolences for a mass shooting, he mentioned the wrong town in his tweet.

Contractor dies after Whitehall Hotel explosion

Houston firefighters clean up the scene of an explosion at The Whitehall Hotel on Friday, Nov. 19, 2017, in Houston. Houston firefighters clean up the scene of an explosion at The Whitehall Hotel on Friday, Nov. 19, 2017, in Houston.

Roker Warns: Climate Change Will Make Texas Flooding 'More and More Prevalent'

While reporting from Spring, Texas to promote charitable efforts to rebuild the community in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, on Tuesday's NBC Today , weatherman Al Roker used the devastation from the natural disaster to push the climate change agenda. Citing a MIT study, he warned that such deadly weather events would "become more and more prevalent."

House passes bill to renew flood insurance program

In this Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017, file photo, homes are surrounded by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Spring, Texas. The House has passed legislation that will increase flood insurance premiums for many property owners to help firm up a program under stress from ever-more frequent and powerful storms.

Montgomery-area couple sought counseling before attempted...

Jason Butler, 39, right, shot Rachel Butler, 26, in the chest early Sunday morning in the driveway of their home before fatally turning the gun on himself, Montgomery County Sheriff's detectives said. Jason Butler, 39, right, shot Rachel Butler, 26, in the chest early Sunday morning in the driveway of their home before fatally turning the gun on himself, Montgomery County Sheriff's detectives said.

Local church members head to assist in Houston

While watching the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Steve Stark felt the need to help people in Texas affected by the storm. "I wanted to be able to help them," he said.

Skeletal remains identified as missing Texas teen

One of the six suspects charged with the murder of a teen from Spring, according to the Huntsville Police Department. One of the six suspects charged with the murder of a teen from Spring, according to the Huntsville Police Department.

Fairweather Cider Co. Is Putting Fall Apples on Tap in North Burnet

Owners John Staples and Michael Gostomski White are aiming to open the cidery on Friday, November 24 . Fairweather focuses on making "daily drinking hard cider," as Staples described, which are "very, very dry."

Home Showcase: Open Houses for Nov. 11-121 HRAre you in the market...

Are you in the market for a new dream home? The Houston real estate scene is on fire and we want to show you some of the hottest homes on the market right now. A familiar face to Houston TV, Lily Jang of Lily Jang Real Estate, has a tour of some dream spaces.

HISD Board of Education approves academic calendar for 2018-19

Houston ISD's Board of Education approved the district's 2018-2019 academic calendar Thursday night, opting to give students the entire week of Thanksgiving off and starting school on the fourth Monday of August. Trustees voted 7-0, with two abstaining, to approve the calendar, which will also close schools for winter break from Dec. 24 through Jan. 4, and spring break from March 11 through 15. Additionally, students would have one day off for a "Fall Holiday" on Sept.

A Sutherland Springs hero ducks the limelight

U. S. Vice President Mike Pence meets Johnnie Langendorff, with hat and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott greets Stephen Willeford, white hair with glasses, during a visit to the Sutherland Springs, Texas First Baptist Church, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. On Sunday, Langendorff and Willeford were credited with stopping Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, after he shot dead 26 women, children and men and injuring dozens others inside the church on Sunday.

Houston-area police looking for missing Bay City teen

The Harris County Sheriff's Office is searching for Branasha Thomas, a missing 16-year-old believed to be near Bay City, Texas. The Harris County Sheriff's Office is searching for Branasha Thomas, a missing 16-year-old believed to be near Bay City, Texas.

“State of the Schools” is Chamber topic

You could almost hear the school bells ringing, as the Intercontinental Chamber hosted their annual State of the School luncheon, a report from district superintendents on the status of their districts, and changes from last year. This year's luncheon was held at a new Greenspoint conference center.

$90M approved to expedite debris removal from Hurricane Harvey

Debris sits in piles outside homes flooded after Hurricane Harvey in Spring, Texas, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017.

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