City buses designed to look like trolleys are expected to be operational by mid-May.
County and city officials are tracking a proposal in the Trump administration budget wish list to cut a program that provided millions of dollars in disaster recovery money after Hurricane Ike and pays for certain community programs and development projects.
Beach construction, wetland restoration and conservation are among Texas’ top strategies to protect its coast and the people who live there from hurricanes and other threats from the Gulf of Mexico, according to a planning document released Wednesday.
Opponents of a proposed $487 million bond issue criticized Clear Creek Independent School District’s debt and questioned claims about how fast the student population is growing. Proponents in a separate presentation talked about the district’s smart spending and community need.
Moody Gardens on Tuesday unveiled its new Flower Garden Banks exhibit, which is part of a $37 million improvement project for the educational center’s Aquarium Pyramid.
A 17-year-old was charged with a felony after police accused him of mixing chemicals in plastic bottles and lobbing them over a fence in League City.
The Friendswood Police Department has announced plans to hold a ceremony on the 20th anniversary of the disappearance of Laura Smither.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed into law federal legislation that will continue funding for the Johnson Space Center and other Texas-based space facilities.
Bright yellow and lettered with decals proclaiming them property of Clear Creek Independent School District, buses are like moving billboards, Ezell Brown, director of transportation, said.
The Galveston County Republican Party executive committee voted Monday on a resolution calling for Clear Creek Independent School District to postpone a proposed $487 million bond issue set May 6 to November.
A long-brewing lawsuit filed by several maritime groups against the Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County Ports over pilot tariff rates came to an abrupt end Tuesday when the plaintiffs filed a motion to dismiss the case.
The recreational red snapper fishing season in federal waters beginning 10 miles offshore could be lengthened to 62 days under a proposal by a local lawmaker.
Galveston city officials are not making engineering changes to new bus stops along Seawall Boulevard, despite public concerns stemming from the death of a man who was thrown from his motorcycle after hitting the curb around a stop.
A potential class-action lawsuit against a Webster apartment complex on claims of overcharging tenants for water and sewer is moving to federal court after defendants filed to move it out of Harris County.
State officials want to hear from League City residents with questions about extending Landing Boulevard from FM 518 to Interstate 45 in Galveston and Harris counties.
Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, recently filed a bill that would see several changes to a new Texas Education Agency school accountability system opposed by many districts in Galveston County.
Galveston city council will vote in the coming months on a $3.8 million grant to renovate the ballparks on 53rd Street and Avenue S.
The Kemah City Council has opted to move forward with a study to determine the feasibility of selling a developer on building a hotel and convention center complex in the city.
A 52-year-old man's deportation Friday after being arrested on a traffic violation in Dickinson thrust Galveston County into the center of an immigration debate.
Two special political action committees disagree about the numbers in Clear Creek Independent School District’s proposed $487 million bond issue in the May 6 election.
Two pilots clamber down a rope ladder, dangled over the side of a towering oil tanker flying a Liberian flag, and into a waiting pilot boat.
Parks Director Chien Wei sketched lines and circles on a piece of paper as he talked to Sandra Kelly, president of the League City Dog Park Association, after Tuesday’s council meeting.
A Galveston County jury Wednesday found evidence to commit a Hitchcock man to an inpatient facility for treatment for his role in several sexual crimes.
A Texas program that directs funding to investigating and solving auto crimes in the states is once again facing questions about its funding.