Gov. Greg Abbott's June 2 signing of SB 14 bans children younger than age 18 from receiving hormone therapies and puberty blockers, which will affect the lives of more than 29,000 youth in the state.
The Texas Department of Transportation will close all mainlanes from 6 a.m. to noon Saturday, officials said.
Repairs could take several hours Texas Department of Transportation officials said about 9:30 a.m. Friday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a dozen cases of cruise passengers having such symptoms as vomiting and diarrhea. At least 10 out of the 12 cases were confirmed to be norovirus, including on one ship operating from the Port of Galveston.
Lee Otis “Otie” Zapp Jr. worked for decades to hold the line on Texas Windstorm Insurance Association premium costs.
Volunteers gather to clean fishing line and debris at Seawolf Park, which might be one of the hotspots of littering where many marine life including sea turtles have been found trapped or dead.
In what was a deep and talent-rich baseball district, Galveston County players still managed to shine brightly in the All-District 18-5A postseason honors.
Three Galveston County baseball players were among those playing Tuesday night in the Greater Houston Baseball Coaches Association’s Futures Game — which highlights the area’s top non-senior players expected to return to the high school diamond next season — at Constellation Field.
Health officials Tuesday released an overdose report that sheds light on why Galveston County ranks among the state's worst.
Galveston County high school baseball players shined among the area standouts playing Tuesday in a series of all-star games put together by the Greater Houston Baseball Coaches Association at Constellation Field.
Head was probably most known for her work in the International Oleander Society, which named the Betty Head Oleander Garden Park after her.
Nazi cargo from World War II has been washing up on Texas beaches and a Galveston man thinks he has found some.
Galveston County baseball players who made it to the Greater Houston Baseball Coaches Association’s Class 6A and Class 5A-and-below all-star games will have to wait a little longer to show off their skills among Houston’s best.
Nine Galveston College softball players were selected to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Region 14 All-South Conference first team and the All-Region second team, while the Whitecaps also claimed the All-Region Coaching Staff of the Year.
Seven Galveston College baseball players made the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 14 Academic All-Conference team, while three Whitecaps were selected to the All-Conference teams.
The school district began the first phase of construction projects with the demolition of the 57-year-old Scott Building.
Headlined by the softball team’s leader in both the circle and the batter’s box, the O’Connell Buccaneers and Lady Buccaneers were well decorated in baseball and softball postseason awards.
Despite crowds in the hundreds of thousands, Galveston Beach Patrol only performed two rescues during the busy three-day weekend that marks the start of summer, officials said.
Shield Park was once again teeming with activity Saturday afternoon, as alumni of the Ray T. Sheppard Youth Baseball League with their friends and family gathered to reminisce and also kickstart an effort to bring the league back to the community.
Close to 200 people gathered Monday between the USS Cavalla and the USS Stewart, two decommissioned U.S. Navy vessels, for the Galveston Naval Museum’s annual Memorial Day ceremony.