Great vacation spots all seem to have one thing in common: Whether it’s on a beach or in the mountains, East Coast or West Coast, there’s always a top-notch ice cream store where tourists and locals assemble to eat.
Between openings and closings and changing regulations, many brewery and bar owners are feeling frustrated.
The ACLU argues that not having a defense attorney at bail setting can cause legal problems for arrestees. The district attorney argues that such representation is unnecessary.
In 2019, Margaret Nicklas reported in the Texas Standard about diseases carried by mosquitoes and ticks. In Texas where mosquitoes thrive, tick-borne disease are often overlooked.
The dog days of August have arrived. Daytime temperatures have danced around the mid-90s mark during the last week of July, so there is no need to remind you that August is the peak of the heat season in Galveston County.
Every time we experience a pandemic, bizarre and headline-catching conspiracies come along with it. It happened with HIV and Ebola, and it’s happening again in the era of COVID-19.
Health district guidelines issued late Friday raised questions about the details, administrators said.
Cases of COVID-19 in the county jail have dropped. But after nearly 50 prisoners were infected, some local defense attorneys are calling for more openness about what's happening in the facility.
Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen tried to claim he’s the better wide receiver when comparing himself among several wide receivers. One of those players he said he was better was Mike Evans. Is he right?
Leaders on all levels — from the president to governors to school district heads — are looking for the perfect solution to returning children back to school. Or at least a viable solution. Meanwhile, children wait to learn what their 2020-2021 school year will look like.