Texas City police are investigating the case of man found shot to death on the Interstate 45 feeder road early Friday morning.
Galveston city council on Thursday postponed voting on a resolution that would effectively turn over several city rights-of-way to a private owner.
In a tight vote, the Galveston Independent School District Board of Trustees Wednesday decided it would appoint someone to an open position at its March meeting.
Galveston County’s representative in Washington, D.C. will not be going in front of a town hall full of constituents during this week’s Congressional recess.
The NAACP Mainland Unit No. 6201 will have its 2017 "Legacy Healthy Breakfast" at 9 a.m. Saturday in the fellowship hall at McKinney Memorial United Methodist Church, 1607 Nashby St., in La Marque.
Galveston city council could vote today to acknowledge a decades-old ordinance abandoning city control of several rights-of-way near Porretto Beach.
The developer of a luxury East End subdivision may never be fully reimbursed the millions of dollars he claims to be owed for covering the costs of public improvements made under the terms of a special tax zone, officials said.
Charges against a former Galveston County Sheriff’s Office deputy accused of receiving oral sex from a jail inmate in 2015 were dismissed Tuesday because prosecutors couldn’t find the alleged victim, court records show.
State Sen. Larry Taylor, a Friendswood Republican, on Wednesday filed a bill proposing the re-creation of an interim committee to study coastal barrier systems in Texas.
After a meeting Wednesday to discuss the death of a 6-year-old Texas City boy, officials say no decisions have been made and the case remains an open investigation.
Members of the League City council during a joint workshop meeting Monday announced general support for a proposed Clear Creek Independent School District bond issue of $487 million.
A judge Tuesday declined to reduce the $1 million bond keeping accused killer Shaun Philip Hardy in jail, despite testimony from a string of defense witnesses.
A meeting between officials from multiple agencies to discuss what the next step should be in an investigation regarding the body of a 6-year-old Texas City boy has been delayed.
Greater Barbour’s Chapel Baptist Church filled its pews again Monday, just a couple of days after Bailie R. Lundy’s funeral was held in the same church.
As part of the proposed $487 million bond issue out for a May election, Clear Creek Independent School District officials plan to spend $8.1 million to upgrade its security systems.
Texas A&M University at Galveston broke ground Thursday on a $34 million building that will add more lecture facilities and support service spaces to the campus.
Representatives from the Port of Galveston, alongside representatives of the Galveston District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers last week presented a plan to the federal Civil Works Review Board to deepen a part of the harbor, a project supporters hope will attract business and benefit o…
Some League City property owners with steep ditches in the city’s rights-of-way have faced steep fines for not cutting weeds and grass in those oddly shaped places.
Mardi Gras Galveston started Friday evening with events including the Funky Uptown Umbrella Brigade Parade and the George P. Mitchell Mardi Gras Award Honoree Parade, this year held in recognition of Larry Del Papa of Del Papa Distributing Co.