U.S. Rep. Randy Weber holds a sizable fundraising lead over the four other people that have said they plan to challenge him for his Congressional seat in the 2018.
A meeting Thursday may open the next chapter in an ongoing dispute among maritime interests about fog delays that have caused frustration among major players in the island’s lucrative cruise ship trade.
League City's agreement with the state will give the traffic, engineering and police departments access to the video cameras on freeway rights of way and any other cameras on state rights of ways. The state's intelligent transportation system also collects Bluetooth data in state rights of way.
A Houston woman is suing Victoria’s Secret in the Galveston County District Court, accusing her boss at the Baybrook Mall store of abusing her and giving her anxiety attacks and chest pains.
The Galveston County Community Coalition of the Bay Area Council on Drugs and Alcohol on Friday was awarded a $125,000 grant from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
A foreign investor is financing the development of a 48-bed assisted living facility in League City through a federal program that gives eligible immigrants a path to green cards by financing U.S. ventures that create jobs.
Initial assessments in Galveston County have not found widespread road damage from Hurricane Harvey, but problems caused by the extreme flooding could appear later, engineers and city officials familiar with major floods said.
In the early hours of Aug. 26, as water seeped into buildings at Devereux Texas Treatment Network’s League City campus, more than 125 staff members scrambled to evacuate more than 200 clients to Waco.
Drainage issues are at the top of residents’ minds after Hurricane Harvey, a concern county commissioners hope will inspire support for an $80 million bond package for road, drainage and facility improvements, which will be on the November ballot.
Environmental advocates say they are disturbed by suggestions by elected officials that environmental rules could be ignored or changed in the name of building a storm surge barrier along the Texas coast.
Students in low-income families are most hurt by cuts the Texas Legislature made to education funding in 2011, according to a study released this month.
Regional environmental groups were celebrating the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s decision this week to order two companies to pay for the excavation and removal of a highly toxic site along Galveston Bay.
Pioneering journalist Anita Martini, an island native known as the Jackie Robinson of women sports broadcasters, was immortalized Friday when Ball High School’s student radio studio was named in her honor.
Galveston’s police pension board Friday voted to trigger compliance with a state law that a board leader said has been long-neglected and would effectively cause the city to pay in an extra $1 million to the embattled fund.
A case involving an off-duty Galveston police officer who shot and killed a woman in March could soon go before a grand jury, prosecutors said.
Documents unsealed in two lawsuits culminating in an $8.6 million settlement between the federal government and four hospitals illustrate what legal experts say is systemic Medicare and Medicaid fraud occurring across the Houston area.
Galveston Mayor Jim Yarbrough will finally get a go at restructuring a $1.5 million fund for the city’s Arts and Historic Preservation Advisory Board, after months of negotiating with parties who benefit from the money.
Crews this week began renovations of a complex that will house people fleeing domestic violence, three years after the proposed project became a source of contention among residents of a nearby neighborhood who cited safety issues and fears about property values.