Tensions are brewing among heirs of the Moody family's extensive business and charitable activities over the influence of the personal attorney to the family's patriarch.
Even though we are less than three weeks away from the “official” start of summer, 11:54 a.m. June 21, as every Texan knows, when June arrives so does summertime.
The protestors spoke with Police Chief Vernon Hale about more dialogue between the department and residents, while Mayor Jim Yarbrough decried the killing of George Floyd at the hands of police officers.
Bicycle sales are soaring as people look for a new way to get out of the house during a time of social distancing — a good thing for an industry that was seeing declines.
With sorrow and a broken heart, we viewed what started with a murder of a human soul distorted into vehement reactions. Please Almighty God calm down our souls and set us back to our moral senses to halt what’s currently harming us all. This would surely materialize when justice prevails.
In response to the misinformation in Bill Sargent’s letter (“Democrats move to disenfranchise elderly voters,” The Daily News, June 2), I’d like to point out his fundamental error.
I pick up trash in my neighborhood weekly, filling a garbage bag. Recently, I wrote a letter asking for ideas to solve the problem ("There has to be better way to keep trash off streets," The Daily News, May 13).
Although nobody likes ambiguity with tropical systems, we are in a period of much uncertainty and very little certainty regarding the development, track and intensity of Tropical Depression No. 3 in the Bay of Campeche.
Local valedictorians, salutatorians and class presidents share their thoughts for the class of 2020 moving forward.
Officials at the National Hurricane Center give the remnants of Tropical Storm Amanda an 80 percent chance of reforming into a potential disturbance over the next 48 hours.