Led by the hot hand of junior two-guard Damon Williams and the tough play of junior point guard Jarian Spells, the Dickinson Gators outlasted the Clear Creek Wildcats on Friday to win 52-46 and clinch the school’s first-ever outright district championship in boys basketball.
A 35-year-old woman rolled her sport utility vehicle on Interstate Highway 45 Friday, which resulted in minor injuries to the driver, League C…
A marathon and half-marathon will close some Galveston streets Sunday.
A former top veterinarian is suing the University of Texas Medical Branch, claiming the institution fired him for raising concerns about the t…
Led by the hot hand of junior two-guard Damon Williams and the tough play of junior point guard Jarian Spells, the Dickinson Gators outlasted …
Looking to be placed as high as the third-seeded team in District 24-6A, the Friendswood Lady Mustangs settled for being the fourth-seeded tea…
Clear Springs 78, Clear Falls 76
With Super Bowl 50 set to kick off Sunday, Ball High School officials used a portion of Friday’s basketball pep rally to unveil a collection of commemorative golden footballs the school recently received from the National Football League.
A single-vehicle accident seriously injured a woman who was seven months pregnant and caused the loss of her child Thursday.
A man died in Galveston on Friday evening, and a woman has been charged with crimes related to his death.
Spear fisherman, a former Friendswood resident, finds himself in an unfamiliar position of being the prey instead of the predator.
The father of a child who died after a fall from a moving school bus is suing the school district for negligence.
A Santa Fe couple says a false death report stopped social security payments.
Jimmy Hayley, a county institution who for almost 30 years was the president and CEO of the Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce, died Saturday, of an apparently heart attack.
An elementary school near state Highway 3 in La Marque that’s been empty for at least two decades could finally be torn down.
"Society has to protect itself from people like you," U.S. District Court Judge George C. Hanks Jr. told Martinez while sentencing him to 500 months in federal prison.
A candidate for Galveston County Commissioner Precinct 1 is challenging the voter residency of his opponent League City Mayor Tim Paulissen.