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Questions have arisen in boy's June crash death, police say

A little over a month since a car crashing into a house in the 2800 block of Avenue K led to the death of a 13-year-old boy, Galveston police know less than they did when they started.

Council: Extend alcohol ban to all city parks

Councilman Hank Dugie, who had suggested in June that League City come up with a common standard for all parks that allowed alcoholic beverages, does not support the proposed ban. 

Lone Star Flight Museum closes with appreciation

Lone Star Flight Museum is closing the site at 2002 Terminal Drive at Scholes International Airport in Galveston and is moving to a larger space at Ellington Airport in Houston.

Shrimpers ready their boats despite industry uncertainties

It's a tough industry, but crews were cautiously optimistic as they readied for the start of offshore shrimping season.

Friendswood ends teen court

A diversionary program to guide teenage offenders away from criminal behavior ends because of fewer offenders and because the volunteer coordinator is retiring.

Throwback Thursday

2007 Model Train Show

Jack Troxell with the Houston S Gaugers fixes one of their models during the Model Train Show at Mall of the Mainland in Texas City … Read more

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