Even though we are less than three weeks away from the “official” start of summer, 11:54 a.m. June 21, as every Texan knows, when June arrives so does summertime.
Bicycle sales are soaring as people look for a new way to get out of the house during a time of social distancing — a good thing for an industry that was seeing declines.
Bill Sargent neglects to say what the real issues are ("Democrats move to disenfranchise elderly voters," The Daily News, June 2).
There are so many big and little Obama and Biden officials involved in the Durham investigation. The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act may be the only way their entire criminal infrastructure can be prosecuted. Otherwise, with dozens or hundreds of suspects, it could take de…
Although nobody likes ambiguity with tropical systems, we are in a period of much uncertainty and very little certainty regarding the development, track and intensity of Tropical Depression No. 3 in the Bay of Campeche.
Local valedictorians, salutatorians and class presidents share their thoughts for the class of 2020 moving forward.
The Texas City Police Department substation soon to open at Mainland City Centre — formerly known as the Mall of the Mainland — is good news for the city, the property owner and for residents.
Officials at the National Hurricane Center give the remnants of Tropical Storm Amanda an 80 percent chance of reforming into a potential disturbance over the next 48 hours.
My friends who love President Donald Trump can’t figure out why all those reporters keep asking him impertinent questions. They think they’re trying to make him look bad, and that they’re wrong.
Tropical Depression #3 has formed in the Bay of Campeche. It is generally expected by the National Hurricane Center to develop into Tropical Storm Chantal within 36-48 hours if it takes a northward track and doesn’t interact too much with the landmass of southern Mexico.