Clear Creek ISD teams defended their home courts with championship wins Saturday in both the Peggy Whitley Classic girls basketball tournament and the Carlisle-Krueger boys basketball tournament.
If you missed the article, Hallisey told The Daily News on Tuesday he intended to get an item on the agenda for a Dec. 13 meeting calling for the council to consider firing the two.
A beautiful, vivacious, young woman with potential for being a productive citizen in our society has been snatched away by a very ugly epidemic — bullying.
A Galveston County jury sentenced a man Friday to seven years in prison for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl.
In a scene more historically accurate of 19th century Victorian England than expected, vendors and visitors sat huddled under downtown awnings, listening to music, looking at merchandise and enjoying one another’s company.
A powerful winter storm drowned out two of Galveston County’s main events Saturday and left severe flooding and road closures in its wake.
All of this takes place against the backdrop of school districts across Texas facing criticism for their handling of special education services stemming from a supposed cap instituted by the Texas Education Agency that limits the percentage of student population that can receive special education services at 8.5 percent.
Shortly after his 17th birthday, Francisco López set off for the United States, leaving behind in his village in north-central Honduras his mother, stepfather, a brother and three sisters on what became a yearlong trek leading him first to Texas City and eventually to Galveston.
The new regulation would have required employers to pay time-and-a-half overtime to most salaried workers earning up to $47,476 when they work more than 40 hours during a week, doubling the threshold. The previous cutoff for overtime pay was $23,660.
Rain continued to pound Galveston County throughout Saturday.
League City Holiday in the Park organizers cancelled the Grand Night Parade set for 6 p.m. Saturday because of inclement weather.
Some Dickens on the Strand events are still open today. Parades are cancelled.
Asad Khan, owner of ZaZa Bar & Bites, showed up to work Sunday morning to find the front of his Postoffice Street restaurant covered in bacon, he said.
Days after Brandy Vela's death, Texas City students gather to support mourning family.
The officer was wearing a functional body camera, police said.
In latest salvo of long-running legal dispute, the Galveston County Commissioners Court blocked former court director access to email and other programs.
A Texas City Police officer suffered minor injuries after his patrol vehicle was struck by a reckless driver Thursday.
Katie’s Seafood LLC and the F/V Pisces LLC reached a settlement Tuesday with Jose Duffoo in a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas over injuries Duffoo sustained while he employed as a seaman on a boat.
Representatives of a student that got a concussion while playing on a private school softball team settled a lawsuit with the O’Connell High School Foundation, Tuesday in the 56th District Court.
Santa Fe's Christmas parade and Christmas in the Park events have been rescheduled to Tuesday.
The city of Friendswood is postponing its Flapjack Fun Run until Dec. 10.
Texas City kicks off the holidays Thursday with their annual Christmas parade.
It’s been a year since Kristy Loye went to the Animal Resource Center in Texas City in search of her 10-year-old cat.
New documents released by an animal rights group reveal the deaths of research mice at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
Wind and rain are predicted for the area this weekend, but a pair of popular events still plan on taking place, organizers say
Seven hundred free trees have been donated to Galveston Island residents through the Galveston Island Tree Conservancy and Energy-Saving Trees, an Arbor Day Foundation program that helps conserve energy and reduce energy bills through strategic tree planting.
A police officer who used to work in Clear Lake Shores was arrested Pasadena on Thursday.
A man wanted in connection with an October assault was arrested during a traffic stop on Thursday.
The Gulf Coast Center will host an event Saturday to commemorate World AIDS Day.
Officials have identified a man who died in a hospital Tuesday after being shot by a Friendswood police officer on FM 518 near West Willowick Avenue.
Port of Galveston officials Wednesday celebrated the completion of an expansion to Cruise Terminal No. 2.
Applications by seven federally licensed ship pilots for the right to guide vessels into local ports could be headed to litigation, said an attorney representing the Board of Pilot Commissioners, to which the applications were made.
Mayor Pat Hallisey wants a copy of all of the city manager's work products.
Authorities have identified a 9-year-old boy who died Sunday after a motor vehicle struck him while he rode a bicycle on FM 519 in La Marque.
Police are investigating whether cyber bullying had anything to do with an 18-year-old girl's death.
A Houston man was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison for sexually assaulting a girl starting at age 3 until she was 16.
A Harris County judge denied the election challenge Nov. 22.
Although it was just his first time in the United States and only three days were under his belt, Mataso Sasaki had nothing but positive things to say about Galveston.
Austin Bret Allan Lee Johnson, 24, was charged Monday evening with two counts of criminal mischief and one count of an attempt to take a weapon from an officer stemming from an incident on the seawall earlier that day.
A 54-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for indecency with a child.
A man police identified as a theft suspect died in a hospital Tuesday evening after being shot by a Friendswood police officer on FM 518 near West Willowick Avenue, police said.
Santa Fe Independent School District police arrested a 25-year-old teacher Monday evening on charges of maintaining improper relationships with students.
Port of Galveston staff members are seeking ways to cut expenses as its governing board prepares to meet Dec. 15 to discuss next year’s budget for the public docks.
A causeway light pole that was in danger of falling over because of high winds backed up traffic Monday afternoon on Interstate 45.
A man was sentenced Monday to two years in prison for the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl.
A 24-year-old Port Arthur man was transported to John Sealy Hospital in stable condition after falling from the seawall Monday morning.
A 9-year-old boy riding a bicycle died Sunday after a motor vehicle struck him on FM 519 in La Marque.
Ralph Parr Elementary School and its PTA won a joint honor for focusing on community partnerships and promoting healthy families.
Crews have been staging trucks and pipes on Galveston’s Stewart Beach in anticipation of the city’s next large beach building project.
Electronic signs could help spread emergency messages from the city, but not all council members are convinced of the benefit.
A League City-based construction company won the bid.
President-elect Donald Trump claimed without evidence Sunday that "millions" voted illegally in the national election, scoffing at Hillary Clinton's nearly 2 million edge in the popular vote and returning to his campaign mantra of a rigged race even as he prepares to enter the White House in less than two months.
An address mistake caused the officer's home to be unknowingly auctioned in a sheriff's sale, an attorney says.
Shop owners tied blue balloons and white banners in front of small Victorian cottages in Founder’s Square on Saturday morning to attract customers searching for perfect gifts and good deals.
Wharves Board agrees to settlement stemming from Carnival Triumph revenue losses.
Are online deals to blame for lighter Black Friday shopping crowds?
The new business won't add problems to the neighborhood, one of the owners said.
Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes Small Business Saturday.
Hotel Galvez & Spa hosts its annual Galveston Holiday Lighting Celebration on Friday, Nov. 25 at 6:00 p.m. featuring performances from The Nutcracker, a hand bell choir and area carolers.
A pick-up football game is a 40-year Galveston tradition.
Joshua Benjamin Andrews, 24, was charged Monday with sexual assault of a child, law enforcement officials said.
World's largest barbecue pit helps volunteers serve the needy at Salvation Army of Galveston's first annual Thanksgiving Day feast.