The county has nearly spent the $100 million in federal disaster recovery money for about 750 houses and rental properties.
Heavy winds gusting to 47 mph downed power lines and trees Sunday in Galveston County.
A city project to build sidewalks along Stewart Road in Galveston has been delayed, not by weather or broken equipment but by an apparent erra…
Today’s report is starting out with some good news for boaters, and that is the Causeway area debris removal project is now complete and the w…
If you're wondering what the Falcons are doing in the NFL's version of the Final Four with the Patriots, Steelers and Packers, you aren't alone.
It would be so much easier being a Houston Texans fan today.
Judge Kerry Neves handed down a directed verdict of not guilty Wednesday in the case of a Galveston police sergeant accused of illegally searching a civil rights activist’s car.
Trial is set to begin at 9 a.m. today in a case against a Galveston police sergeant who is accused of illegally searching a civil rights activist’s car.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, TX. Interment will follow services at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock, TX.
The Galveston police officer arrested Friday was the subject of a sting operation, according to an affidavit released Tuesday.
Funeral services will be held at 12 P.M. on Saturday, January 21, 2017 in the Chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, TX. A visitation will be on Friday evening from 5 to 8 P.M. at the funeral home.
Donald Trump's inaugural address held familiar echoes of the campaign speeches that led to his presidential win: downbeat about the state of the nation, to the point of hyperbole. A look at some of his assertions Friday:
A Galveston Police Department Officer was arrested Friday as part of a drug investigation.
Funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Shrine of the True Cross with interment following at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Dickinson.
Business and gravy: Santa Fe residents are buzzing about a new eatery with a very Texas feel. Co-owners Joyce Fenter and Pamela Chenoweth have opened Red Dirt & Blue Jeans, 13021 state Highway 6. They call it a down-home Texas tea room.
Christopher Dupuy, the former Galveston County court at law judge who pleaded guilty to abuse of official capacity in 2013, has given up his license to practice law in Texas.