The first reported nesting sea turtle on the Upper Texas Coast was found on Tuesday morning, on a beach on the island's West End.
St. Vincent’s House is calling on Galveston leaders, volunteers, pastors and those who provide and receive its services to participate in a workshop to reimagine and strengthen the Galveston community.
The family of an 8-year-old League City girl who died after a car crash filed a wrongful-death lawsuit Thursday in Galveston County courts against a woman charged in the fatal collision and against the car manufacturer.
Lyda Ann Thomas, the former Galveston mayor who became nationally known for her calm leadership during hurricanes Rita and Ike, died Wednesday. She was 80.
The former Dickinson High School teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student turned himself into authorities early Tuesday morning.
The security guard who was shot in a Galveston parking lot earlier this month, was alerted to possible break-ins at the lot by a co-worker, according to new information released Monday.
A Dickinson High School teacher has resigned after allegations surfaced that he was having an inappropriate relationship with a student, school district officials said.
A Galveston-based casino boat canceled a planned Easter Sunday cruise, after the ship hit a marker in the Galveston Ship Channel on Saturday evening.
The Galveston Police Department is offering $30,000 to anyone that can provide information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of the people who shot a hotel security guard on Sunday evening.
The story it tells begins 175 years ago, in 1842, with the founding of the Galveston Daily News, which also marked the founding of the company that came to be called the A.H. Belo Corporation.
A 49-year-old man was found with a single gunshot wound to the chest after Texas City police responded to a report of a shooting early Sunday morning.
A Houston chef is in deep trouble, after being accused by state wildlife officials of participating in an illegal seafood network that funneled tons of unlawfully-caught fish to his businesses.
Crews worked late Friday to scrape gunk off state Highway 146 after a layer of fresh asphalt stuck to tires and stranded vehicles like insects trapped on flypaper.
The Associated Press Managing Editors and Headliners Foundation of Texas have named Stuart Villanueva the year’s outstanding photojournalist working at mid-sized newspapers.
Four members of the Daily News staff were honored for their work in 2016 during the Texas Associated Press Managing Editor’s annual convention Saturday in Houston.