The Houston Cougars (2-1) got the job done and easily overwhelmed the Grambling State Tigers (1-2) 45-0 on Friday night at TDECU Stadium, but it came at a cost with QB Clayton Tune going down with a hamstring injury.
Minding manors: After well more than a year of work and renovation, businessman and island art gallery owner Graham George is preparing to open boutique hotel The George Manor, 1502 Market St. in Galveston. George plans to open the eight-suite hotel in a historic 1860 house originally built …
Many large, local businesses still are waiting on exact guidance from the federal government on how they'll be required to enforce vaccine and testing rules.
There were some valid initial reasons to question President Joe Biden’s recent order compelling employers of 100 or more workers to take steps meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The past two mornings, I’ve really enjoyed my walks along the Corpus Christi waterfront seawall. Built in 1939 to protect the city from hurricanes, it offers free parking, large bathroom facilities, outside showers and covered gazebos built seaward. I do admit it’s nice.
My wife and I packed up and left for the lower coast of Texas on Wednesday. We had a late start, making sure her children (dog and bird) were settled in where they’re being boarded.
Some people in Texas City and La Marque might not have power back until Sunday evening, according to Texas-New Mexico Power.
“I’m more dramatic than people like me to be,” Tammy Faye (Jessica Chastain) says upon first meeting her future husband. “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” isn’t short on dramatics; in fact, this story would seem like fiction if the rise and fall of Jim and Tammy Bakker wasn’t so highly publicized in …
Early Wednesday morning, about 15,000 people and businesses still were without power because of Hurricane Nicholas. Schools closed and daily commerce was interrupted across Galveston County because of power outages. Some people who depend on power for life-sustaining equipment were without, …
I got an opportunity to see Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase work behind the scenes at a private press screening for the film “The Eyes of Tammy Faye.”