• By GAYLON RAY
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Violence and evil in our country, what has changed? As we discuss the latest mass shooting, what we are talking the most about, the black rifle. It has no brain or conscience. The round it shoots is capable of inflicting major trauma. Is the black rifle solely responsible for today's chaos? …

  • By MESHACH SULLIVAN Correspondent
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The Texas City Stings knocked off the District 24-5A co-champion Houston Furr Brahmas, 59-46, in the Region III-5A bi-district playoffs Tuesday at Barnett Field House.

  • By MICHAEL BAUER Correspondent
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The Texas City Stings began the second half of district play on the right note, beating the Ball High Tors in a 2-0 victory Tuesday night at Kermit Courville Stadium.

  • By JOSEPH EVERETT
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It's time for parents to take back control of our children from the government and everybody else. Children these days are lacking two of the most important elements of growing up — respect and discipline.

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A woman struck by a truck while walking on state Highway 3 on Thursday evening died on Friday, officials confirmed Monday.

  • By RICHARD CHAPA
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The Texas City Independent School District Industrial Trades Center is a program that was implemented to support students across Galveston County, as well as the industry workforce. Center administrators worked with industry and community representatives to design the programs in need. That …

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Car thefts increased 15 percent in Galveston County in 2017 as an international criminal gang made its way into the area from Houston, according to law officers battling auto crimes.

  • By MICHAEL BAUER Correspondent
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In a battle between the top two teams in District 23-5A, the Fort Bend Elkins Lady Knights came away with a 4-0 win over the Texas City Lady Stings on Saturday afternoon at Texas City.

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Page Rander, president of the Clear Creek Independent School District board of trustees, is facing a challenger this May who argues the district hasn’t been fiscally responsible enough.

  • By SANDRA WOODFORD
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In response to the article ("Mother charged after probe of malnourished triplets," The Daily News, Feb. 14): When the eight weeks premature infants were brought to the hospital in October 2017, it is unclear how old they were then. Even full-term triplets might be overwhelming for a new or n…

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A Texas City man was charged with assaulting a public servant on Thursday, after police say he bit an officer during a drug stop.

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Moody National Bank filed a lawsuit against the Galveston County Republican Party Executive Committee this week, asking a district court judge to decide who is in control of the party's finances.

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The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will close a portion Galveston Bay to commercial and recreational oystering starting Monday, the department said in a Thursday press release.

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Dense fog and mostly cloudy skies, along with cool to chilly temperatures have characterized our February weather so far.

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A man who was trying to sell a truck to another man at a Texas City bar last week, was arrested after pulling out a knife and stabbing the prospective buyer, police said.

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A budget released by the White House on Monday proposes cuts to a number of federal coastal programs, including one that has helped put tons of sand on Galveston's beaches in recent years.

  • By JENNIFER NEWTON
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According to the Texas School Survey, marijuana use among secondary students is increasing, with 38.2 percent of 12th-graders reporting that they have used marijuana at least once. Despite recent legalization movements in other states, marijuana remains a threat to public health and safety. …

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The U.S. Congress early Friday approved a massive budget agreement that includes almost $90 billion in disaster relief that will send more money to Texas to aid Hurricane Harvey recovery.

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A TV news report on Monday revealing the existence of a 2017 campaign finance complaint against Galveston County Judge Mark Henry on Tuesday led to a series of dirty tricks accusations.

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The National Weather Service on Tuesday said a tsunami alert sent to some phones in the Gulf Coast area was just a test, that was accidentally sent out.

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A Galveston County man is suing a Texas City car dealership and a League City towing company, asserting he lost a finger while his car was towed in April 2017.

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The Texas Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting on Tuesday to gather input of the design of a highway project that will be completed on Interstate 45 between the Galveston Causeway and FM 1764.

  • By HENRY L. HOMRIGHAUS JR.
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I don't understand why The Daily News would print a statement declaring the president of the United States as mentally unstable or such a negative opinion piece by an obviously prejudiced left wing advocate like David Michael Smith ("Mentally unstable Trump must be stopped," The Daily News, …

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Police on Saturday were searching for the man who shot and killed a Texas City man, and wounded a woman, following a shooting in the early hours of the morning.

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A bipartisan group of Texas representatives on Friday sent a letter to the top leaders in the U.S. Senate to ask for action on stalled legislation that would send billions of dollars to states ravaged by hurricanes and other natural disasters last year.

  • The JAMES E. DANIELS
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For years, I have been vilified by some because I have continued to express my love for the Settlement Community without reservation. I can emphatically proclaim that I have no reservation regarding anything that I have said about this issue.

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A project to repair part of Interstate 45 near Tiki Island might be finished earlier than expected, despite bad weather bringing construction crews to a halt in early January, state transportation officials said.