Monday is the official observance of Memorial Day and the culmination of the long holiday weekend that for most of us marks the beginning of summer.
The Lund University Cardiopulmonary Assist System device, also known as the LUCAS device, is a machine that replicates CPR. The Galveston County Health District has made a purchase worth $198,000 to receive 11 of the devices in early April.
The Galveston County Sheriff's Office and Crystal Beach residents are bracing for an annual influx of off-roading enthusiasts.
U.S. Rep. Randy Weber and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz introduced a bill that would require the postal service to submit reports to Congress on nationwide trends in mail theft.
With the global COVID-19 pandemic declared over, and a national emergency order ending, local health officials look to new challenges.
A Galveston Sheriff's Office vehicle was totaled in a crash that occurred during the chase, officials said.
Friends and co-workers remember "Wes" Swift as kind, funny, hardworking and loyal.
Health officials don't know why typhus is making a comeback, but they suspect it's being transmitted through fleas here.
The 55 mph speed limit on Interstate 45 might stay until 2026, state officials said.
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Commissioners voted 4-1 to close employee health clinics and will pursue an agreement with the University of Texas Medical Branch to replace the clinics, officials said.
County commissioners argue the judges timed their request badly, that statistics don't support the need for a new district court and there's no place to put one.
Strolling down a quiet street in East Texas, a small white window sign catches my eye.
Ares, a 4-year-old Dutch shepherd, helped officer Alex Sharp with the Dickinson Police Department find more than 8 ounces of methamphetamine in a vehicle Saturday.
Attorneys for the plaintiff filed the lawsuit Thursday in Judge Lonnie Cox’s 56th District Court against three women described as friends of his former wife and claiming wrongful death of his unborn child.
A new program marks an evolution in a battle that had been fought mostly by advocates and nonprofit groups and comes at critical time, one expert argues.
Local lawmakers have bills in both the Texas House and Senate setting the stage for a statewide vote about whether the elected office should cease to exist.
Galveston County seems about a decade behind in the third wave of an opioid crisis dating back to 1999, but is quickly catching up.
Mason Tyler Rodriguez, 27, is being held in the Galveston County Jail after fleeing from deputies on Wednesday morning, authorities said.