No one was injured in the pre-dawn shooting on Highland Terrace. Read more
Houston Rockets fans, keep your fingers crossed the ping pong balls bounce in the right direction because there's much at stake.
Phil Mickelson came up short once again in the 2021 U.S. Open as he failed to make a run after surviving the cut to win the elusive U.S. Open.
A federal judge on Friday ruled for Florida in a lawsuit challenging a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention order making it difficult for cruise ships to resume sailing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
No vaccine is 100 percent effective, and breakthrough infections may occur. So to be extra careful in certain situations, wear a mask. Get an COVID test before traveling to be extra sure.
Contrary to assertions floating around the social media ether, employers have a right to ask about the COVID-19 vaccination status of their employees.
A Houston hospital made headlines this week for suspending unvaccinated employees. Galveston-area medical providers aren't taking that hard line because vaccines still don't have final U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval.
Most Galveston County schools plan to offer summer sessions, and some fall intervention, to help students make up for learning losses because of pandemic disruptions.
People who are courteous and respect others are our true leaders in life. It’s your actions that brings happiness and positivity back in the world. You might never get the recognition you deserve, but I’m sure you’re not looking for it either because it’s just who you are. Read more
Thanks to television, most Americans of a certain age grew up thinking hunger happened far away, over there somewhere. And it looked like rail-thin children with bloated bellies and flies on their faces, lying under some scorching foreign sun waiting for a social worker to place a scoop of n… Read more
DEAR ABBY: My patients, like most Americans, believe memory loss is a normal part of aging. But memory loss is never normal. In fact, it can be a symptom of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a precursor to Alzheimer's disease. Nearly 1 in 7 people age 65-plus have MCI, but there is no treatme… Read more
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Wednesday the association is working on interim rules that will permit college athletes to earn money off their fame and celebrity by July and act as a bridge until there is a permanent solution. Read more