A Galveston County Probate Court Judge Monday postponed a hearing on who will receive the body of a 6-year-old Texas City boy, pending an ongoing investigation in the case.
Administrative Law Judge Fernando Rodriguez sided with CenterPoint’s Oct. 15, 2015 appeal of League City’s ordinance that requires all new construction to have underground utilities.
Describing the days since Wednesday’s announcement that he will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall Fame as a whirlwind, former Houston Astros first baseman Jeff Bagwell remained in a state of somewhat disbelief about his new status as a baseball immortal.
Image this: It’s 2037, and some Galvestonians are looking through the files of The Daily News, trying to figure out what their grandparents were doing in 2017 to make the city better.
Pre-Finals predictions aside (and who could have predicted Golden State’s two lauded superstars would come up so small to end the series?), watching the Cavaliers end the city of Cleveland’s 52-year professional sports title drought Sunday provided a unique sense of jubilation.
Maybe it’s just the newness of being in only my third year (and second with the Galveston County Daily News) as a full-time sports reporter, but I always feel like I never want the high school sports season to end, despite the strain of that grind.
The Houston Cougars scored 38 points in their Peach Bowl win against No. 9 Florida State, a season high allowed by the Seminoles’ fifth-ranked scoring defense. But that wasn’t the biggest story following the 14th-ranked Cougars’ most significant bowl game victory since defeating No. 7 Nebraska in the 1980 Cotton Bowl.