Onshore winds pushed Gulf tides to extreme heights on Tuesday
As the winds of division blow and the fear of what tomorrow may bring sets seeds of anxiety, I can hear the words of Martin Luther King Jr.’s last sermon on April 3, 1968: “The time is always right to do right.”
Low pressure over the Oklahoma Panhandle and high pressure to the east is creating a strong pressure gradient and strong southerly winds over the Galveston area. Winds early this morning gusted to 39-mph in Galveston with gale force gusts common over offshore waters. This has led to a Coasta…
In response to the story ("Spill closes oyster beds, sparks seafood advisory," The Daily News, May 14): In reference to this latest chemical spill, several things need to be pointed out. This product, Reformate, is an aromatic water soluble carcinogen chemical.
In their moment of need, and vulnerability, Galveston County residents can rest assured knowing Galveston Area Ambulance Authority (GAAA) is there to help and provide the highest quality of emergency medical care.
It should come as no surprise that the first two weeks of May have been exceedingly wet in Galveston County. The National Weather Service Office in League City/Dickinson has measured 10.26 inches of rain through the first 14 days of this month (8.49 inches more than would be anticipated for …
Officials also closed the Houston Ship Channel because of the collision, but by late Sunday it reopened to some travel. About 47 outbound vessels and 48 inbound vessels are still waiting to travel through the channel, but one-way ship traffic and two-way barge traffic resumed by Sunday afternoon, according to U.S. Coast Guard officials.
“They don’t look like what you think of drug addicts,” said Galveston Sheriff’s Office Lt. Shawn Lozica. “It’s a lot of older people, on limited incomes, trying to supplement their income.”
Showers and thunderstorms continue to develop along and off the Texas coast this morning. The storms are associated with a stationary frontal boundary along the coast and a 1010 MB low moving slowly northeastward along middle and upper-Texas coast.
“While we understand that speed counts to an extent — we all want the channel reopened — we have to find a way to lessen and eliminate the risk to the environment," officials said of when the spill might be cleaned. "We are taking a measured, cautious approach to this.”
Galveston County residents awoke Friday to assess the damage from overnight rains, the heaviest of which were in the north communities.
Theater students, who are learning stage combat, performed their skills proficiency test with scenes from various plays as part of a final at College of the Mainland on Thursday.
After a night of pouring rain and howling wind, Galveston County residents awoke Friday morning to asses the damage of what forecasters warn was only a first round of storms expected to pass through the area.
Showers and thunderstorms will develop again tonight and into Saturday morning. Heavy rainfall will be possible and could result in flash flooding. There could be as much as another 5 inches of rain over the next day, according to the weather service.
Liberals are again yapping about popular voting for president. They can try to pass and ratify the constitutional amendment required to make it possible.
Thunderstorms rolled across Galveston County yesterday afternoon into this morning. Rainfall amounts varied quite widely from less than an inch on Galveston Island to 3-4 inches across northern parts of the County, where some localized flooding was reported.
The National Weather Service in League City has issued two alerts and advisories for parts of Galveston County as storms continue to move across the greater Houston area.
An upper-level disturbance moving northeastward out of Mexico, combined with a stalled frontal boundary along the lower Texas coast, will bring a good chance of showers or thunderstorms to Galveston County later tonight into Tuesday with rain chances increasing tomorrow as the front drifts b…
Texas City celebrated Mexican heritage with the annual Cinco de Mayo festival at Nessler Park on Saturday. A parade traveled south on 21st Street and ended at the park.
As part of Thomas Clark’s plea agreement, he will have to make $4,000 per month payments until he has paid a total of $470,372 in restitution, Assistant District Attorney Thomas Overhouse said.
As a member of College of the Mainland board of trustees, I would like to thank the voters for approving the recent $162.5 million bond issue. I assure you the board will use those funds judiciously. This is a giant step into the future for our college and the students.
Although rain chances will increase later today across parts of Southeast Texas with heavy rain possible, significant rainfall amounts are likely to remain north of Galveston County. The rain will be in conjunction with an upper-level disturbance moving into North Texas associated with a low…
Volunteers with the African American Historic Preservation Committee and alumni of Lincoln, La Marque and Texas City high schools Saturday helped clean up the old Lincoln Auditorium on Carver Avenue in Texas City.