Our summertime doldrums will continue a while longer with mostly sunny skies, a few widely scattered thundershowers to bring temporary relief to some lucky areas and light winds, averaging around 11.7 MPH in Galveston.
Citing lost revenue caused by the pandemic, the medical branch will cut jobs to help address a $174 million budget shortfall.
Four months after a man washed up on a West End beach, investigators are hoping to find people who can help identify him.
As the founder and president of the Galveston County Coalition for Justice, I called a special meeting of the organization political action committee to discuss the countywide protest for the removal of the Confederate statue “Dignified Resignation” that has stood sentry at the front door of…
With all the news programs and interviews being conducted from peoples’ dens and living rooms, has anyone floated the idea of remotely aired presidential debates? It's quite obvious the technology is there.
Anglers depending on live shrimp to fish are getting frustrated with the shortage of their favorite bait. There was none to be found around the Galveston area bait camps Monday, and the situation does not appear to be improving, at least over the next few days.
There have been so many remakes of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s “The Secret Garden” that Colin Firth has now starred in two.
Island residents, businesses and tourists alike were caught off guard when officials made an 11th-hour decision to close beaches in Galveston for Fourth of July weekend. As the last big holiday of the summer approaches, the question is whether they should be closed again.
With social distancing and virtual learning disrupting arts education, students and teachers are turning their sights to honing skills, rather than getting ready for performances.
The Big 12 Conference was the last Power 5 Conference to announce its football schedule. With that done, what will college football look like and what should the NCAA do?