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The Knights picked the wrong time to experience perhaps their worst back-to-back quarters of the season, compounding their struggles with a rugged performance at the free throw line. Those factors led Clear Falls to a 45-42 Region III-6A area-round girls basketball tournament loss to No. 18 Atascocita on Friday night.

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Erika Nicole Diebel, 43, on Wednesday was sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication as part of a plea agreement, one attorneys reached after two earlier trials both ended in deadlock.

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The Chargers, victims of an erratic first half, rode an energized final two quarters to topple Richmond George Ranch, 60-53, in a Region III-6A bi-district girls basketball playoff game on Tuesday night.

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Clear Falls' JoJo Adegbite, a junior, delivered, scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a 50-47 win over Alief Taylor in a Class 6A bi-district playoff matchup played Monday night at Shadow Creek.

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“We’ve been talking about regional solutions for more than 20 years in this area, but nothing has really come to fruition on a large scale,” League City Councilman Hank Dugie said.

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After trailing by a point at halftime, the Clear Springs Chargers, already secure as the District 24-6A champs, grittily fought off a valiant upset bid by the Clear Creek Wildcats with a 64-58 win in girls high school basketball on Tuesday night.

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Dense fog advisories were again necessary as sea fog continued to visit coastal areas in Southeast Texas. This is not unusual for this time of year. Locations along the Upper-Texas coast typically receive 33 to 40 days of heavy fog a year (defined as reducing visibilities to ¼ mile or less),…

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State officials plan a four-phase project, with the first phase, expected take more than a year, to include widening the northbound side of the bridge between Seabrook and Kemah.

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A week after state Rep. Mayes Middleton announced he would hold a public meeting to talk about idea of moving the peninsula to Chambers County residents of Bolivar seemed intrigued, if not fully invested, in the idea. 

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A raid Wednesday at a Bacliff residence that netted almost a pound of methamphetamine is the latest evidence that the highly addictive stimulant is fast becoming popular in the county, sheriff’s office officials said.

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On behalf of the Bay Area Council on Drugs and Alcohol — Galveston County Community Coalition, I want to take this opportunity to give a big thank you to all of our community partners, sponsors and attendees in helping us make our 2019 National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week — Interactive Healt…

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Almost everyone has a favorite aspect of Mardi Gras. For some people, it’s the parades, whether of happy revelers, adorable children or endearing animals. For others, it’s the parties or the chance to have one last blow-out celebration before six weeks of thoughtful reflection. There are eve…

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Gale warnings have been issued for offshore waters from late tonight into early Tuesday as a strong cold front roars through the area tonight. A Small Craft Advisory has also been issued for the Bay and inland waters as wind gusts to 45-knots can be expected offshore, with up to 40-knots on …

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The Galveston College Whitecaps baseball program gave former player Andre Derouen Jr.’s family a presentation befitting of a hero in a special ceremony Friday afternoon at Bernard Davis Field.

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On Saturday, League City hosted a Pet Fest at Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center to celebrate the groundbreaking of League City’s new Animal Care and Adoption Center.

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The Clear Falls Knights got physical, holding off the Alvin Lady Jackets with defensive clamps in the third quarter, to pick up a big District 24-6A win, 46-37, Friday night at Clear Falls High School.

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A woman arrested earlier this month over accusations that she illegally posed as a federal agent was charged this week for pulling a fire alarm at a League City hotel, officials said.