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.
The students were transported to a Galveston hospital with injuries that didn't appear to be life-threatening, 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.
Ten players from Galveston County teams earned the distinction of being named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches’ all-region teams.
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.
The Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs powerlifting team will be sending three girls to compete at the Class 3A state championships hosted by the Comerica Center in Frisco, with the trio slated to lift Thursday.
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.
Facing a scrappy, hard-working Childress Bobcats squad in the Class 3A state final, the Bulldogs completed their mission by finishing the game in spectacular fashion for a 68-45 triumph at the Alamodome.
The Runnin’ ‘Dogs got off to a hot start, dominated the boards, shot efficiently, played strong defense and won the turnover battle in a 69-36 squash of the Hornets to advance to the Class 3A boys basketball state championship game.
On Feb. 16, Hitchcock Police Department began investigating the allegation of sexual contact between George Alejandro, 54, and a 13-year-old girl, Police Chief Wilmon Smith said.
The department sent two officers to find George Alejandro, 54, who was sought on a warrant for sexual assault of a child, Police Chief Wilmon Smith said.
Coming off last season’s state semifinal loss to San Antonio Cole, the Runnin’ ‘Dogs are no longer just happy to be there this time around.
The Hitchcock Bulldogs seized control of Saturday afternoon’s Region III-3A championship game early and never eased their tight grip on the contest for a 65-44 win over the New Waverly Bulldogs at Midway High School.
No. 2 state-ranked Hitchcock showed poise against a team that effectively neutralized the Bulldogs’ preferred fast-paced style, outlasting No. 3 Lorena for a 43-31 win at Midway High School to advance to the regional championship game.
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.
While not quite as dominant as their run through District 24-3A, the Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs were still highly decorated in the all-district postseason honors.
After prevailing through stern regional quarterfinal challenges, both the Clear Falls Knights and Hitchcock Bulldogs have earned trips to their respective regional basketball tournaments this weekend.
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.