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A state agency and an environmental group will receive $4 million from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore eroded land on the west side of Galveston Bay, the foundation announced Monday.

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When the Texas legislature begins its next session in January, many of the top issues on the state's agenda will have direct connections to people and events from Galveston County.

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Galveston County charity organizations one year ago were bracing for larger-than-normal crowds at community Thanksgiving meals because many residents were still displaced by Hurricane Harvey, said Holly McDonald, with The Salvation Army of Galveston County.

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Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said he will ask commissioners to consider approving a bid that would seek estimates for the cost of clearing the creek of plant debris on both the Galveston County side and the Harris County side.

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Bailey Tisdale, a senior at Santa Fe High School, has been given a scholarship and signed her national letter of intent Wednesday to play collegiate softball at Texas Women's Univeristy, located in Denton.

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Researchers at Rice University incorrectly described data used to model a proposed coastal barrier system in a widely distributed news article published earlier this week, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said.

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A Fort Worth man was sentenced to 15 years in prison Thursday after being found guilty of strangling his girlfriend and leaving her on the side of a League City roadway in 2016.

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Sunny to partly cloudy skies and milder temperatures are in store for most of this weekend, with temperatures climbing into the upper-60’s and low 70’s tomorrow and Sunday. This will be a welcome relief from the 37° low in Galveston on Wednesday morning (the coldest temperature on the Island…

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The coldest weather of the season dropped temperatures into the 40’s across the County today and pelted parts of the mainland and island with light sleet mixed with rain. Fortunately, temperatures are too warm (relatively speaking) for any accumulations or icing to occur, though winds gustin…

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After years of unsuccessfully arguing for changes to the way Texas funds public education, some local school leaders say they’re optimistic about the next legislative session after the governor’s office recently released a list of possible solutions.

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Five years after it was founded, a special court that helps Galveston County veterans stay out of jail has more than doubled its workload, and its leaders hope it will continue to grow more.

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With control of the U.S. House of Representatives set to change next year, U.S. Rep. Randy Weber, a Friendswood Republican, announced that he wanted to remain on the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.

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Several television stations and newspapers will attempt to convince a judge to ease restrictions on their coverage during the trial of the man accused of killing 10 people and wounding more than a dozen others at Santa Fe High School in May, court officials said.

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In what has been a banner year for Santa Fe football, one intriguing key to the Indians’ success has been a defensive line smaller than most physically, but one that has been highly effective thanks to its intelligence, athleticism and sheer will to win.

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Saving lives is hard. We couldn’t do it without you. Animal Shelter Appreciation Week, recognized through Saturday, isn’t just a chance to thank our incredibly dedicated staff, but also you, our community, volunteers, sponsors, donors and those who have and will adopt a pet from our shelter …

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County commissioners want the Texas General Land Office to take a closer look at Galveston County before moving forward with a plan on how to split up money for Hurricane Harvey housing recovery.

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The University of Texas Medical Branch will hold a job fair Thursday for people who lost their jobs with the closure of the Bay Area Regional Medical Center in May.

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More than 80,000 people voted early in Galveston County in 2018, more than doubling the number of votes that were cast in the same period during the 2014 mid-term elections.

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From observation over the past years in order to survive and stay in practice, today's medical profession has offered themselves up to statistical medical management companies with a singular thought — the bottom dollar.

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A man and woman arrested Thursday and charged with tampering with a human corpse are accused of beating a two-year-old child to death, placing her body in a trash bag and attempting to sink it in a Texas City bayou, police said.

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There are many traits that define a person of character and integrity and honesty. Even though no one is perfect and we all make mistakes, as long as we truthfully strive to achieve these traits you will become that person.

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The Santa Fe Indians clinched the football program's first playoff berth since 2009 by outlasting a game Dayton Broncos squad for a 43-40 win Friday night at Houston Methodist Field at Bronco Stadium.

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Tomorrow is Halloween and we expect that a number of “trick or treaters” will be out and about. There is some concern that a threat of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain could put a damper on celebrations, although there is some hope that decent weather will hold at least through the evenin…

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A pair of NASA F-18s will begin flying over Galveston Island and the Gulf of Mexico next week, as the space agency begins a two-week project to gauge public reactions to so-called quiet sonic booms.

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Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush has called on national leaders to remove restrictions on how Hurricane Harvey disaster recovery funds can be spent — in ways that would potentially allow more money to be spent in Galveston County.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday officially announced its preferred alternative for protecting the Texas coast from damaging storm surges: a 76-mile-long system of barriers and gates built along Galveston Island, Bolivar Peninsula and inside Galveston Bay.

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The Santa Fe Indians’ flat offensive showing and self-inflicted wounds saw a competitive game get away from them in the second quarter, as the Port Neches-Groves Indians tallied a 47-19 win Friday night at The Reservation.

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After last week’s emotional upset victory over state-ranked Crosby, the Santa Fe Indians will be looking to shake things up again in District 12-5A-II when they travel to take on another powerhouse, the Port Neches-Groves Indians, on Friday night.

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The election process for future government officers is well underway. Choose your future leaders very, very carefully. I use to vote a predominately Democratic ticket, but over the past several years I've voted a Republican ticket (I’m an old geezer).

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Just two months after a Central Texas man filed suit against a Pennsylvania man over a missing gun, a judge has awarded more than $61,000 to the plaintiff as part of a default judgment.

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A complex pattern with yet another surface low and trough forming off the Texas coast and an influx of moisture from the southwest, attributable in part to Major Hurricane Willa, should result in more rain and clouds from early Tuesday into Thursday. Rainfall amounts of 1-3 inches will be po…