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TEXAS CITY — A wayward calf led Texas City police officers on an unusual pursuit Wednesday afternoon. It ended with an officer having to wrestle the calf to the ground.

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Astronaut Scott Kelly lamented about missing weather as he took a photo of Tuesday's thunderstorms that dropped hail on League City and Texas City. 

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Texas City holds a memorial service each year to mark April 16, 1947 explosion that became known as the Texas City Disaster. The service also marks how the city recovered and rebuilt. 

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The Galveston County Food Bank held its annual Founders Day celebration on Saturday. The event mark's the vision of the Food Bank's founders Pastor Bill Ritter, Rev. Posy Jackson and the Food Bank's first executive director Mark Davis.

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TEXAS CITY -- It was supposed to be a quick stop for gas and a breakfast sandwich at the new Buc-ee's Saturday morning. 

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When it comes to BP trials in Galveston County courtrooms you could almost always count that sitting at the table for the defense would be Kenneth Tekell.

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The vending machine at The Daily News’ offices is evil. I am talking E-V-I-L, evil. I can never find anything healthy or even low calorie. 

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It is summer and the owner of my boot camp super-trainer Shellie Long of Yes I Can! -Transform Fitness Studio has decided we need to shake up our workouts a bit.

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Several months ago I called out New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie about his weight. Now I offer him some praise for his recent surgery.

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WASHINGTON — The Citizens for Space Exploration's annual trek to D.C. is complete. In space terms we are set for re-entry.

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WASHINGTON — The three astronauts who just returned from the International Space Station will be online Thursday chatting up space enthusiasts and answering their questions.

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WASHINGTON — One of the more intriguing pitches being made during the Citizens for Space Exploration's trip to D.C. comes from a college student.

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For 22 years, the Citizens for Space Exploration have trekked to Washington to advocate for continued funding for NASA and space programs. But why?

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Eric Sim is a co-op student who attends North Carolina State and has had three working tours at NASA's Johnson Space Center. You may not know Sim, but about 5 million people have seen his work.

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It appears I am on an important flight as I trek to D.C. for the Space Week advocacy trip.

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I discovered recently I am not superhuman with mystical powers to lose weight. Success, it would seem has gone to my head.

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It the biggest gala of Mardi Gras and one of the biggest social events in the entire region — The San Luis Salute. It is over the top. It is a non-stop dance party. It is a big fundraiser for UTMB. It is sold out and has been for weeks.

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Jan. 9 was my new year, marking one year since I had my weight loss surgery. So how did I celebrate? I agreed to have my blood drained from my body.

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Jan. 9 is my new year. It was Jan. 9, 2012 that I went under the knife at The University of Texas Medical Branch for my gastric sleeve weight-loss surgery.

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Welcome to my Fatboy series. This is a chronicle of my journey after weight loss surgery in January at the University of Texas Medical Branch Center for Obesity and Metabolic Surgery.

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I knew it would happen sooner or later. After 11 months of declining weight, my scale came back with a less than desired response. It said I actually gained weight.

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Welcome to my Fatboy series. This is a chronicle of my journey after weight loss surgery in January at the University of Texas Medical Branch Center for Obesity and Metabolic Surgery.

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This might come as a surprise to many of you. I’m fat. Not hefty. Not chunky. Not big-boned. Not portly. Not plump.