A couple of years ago, I wrote about Fred and Ethel, two robins that built their nest on a low-lying limb in the tree outside our front window. This year, a couple of sparrows showed up, surveyed the scene and selected the birdhouse in our backyard for their home. We were happy to see them move in.
A grand jury moved to indict Sheriff's Office Sgt. John Wuneburger on Thursday. He's accused of causing the death of Galveston resident Ariel Ledesma, an inmate at the county jail.
When Universal won’t screen its latest franchise flick to critics in IMAX, you should already start anticipating the worst. For a decade (counting “Hobbs & Shaw”), audiences have either been entertained by these brainless action sequels or repelled by their lack of restraint for the absurd.
In an attempt to make COVID-19 "more real" to people, the Galveston County Health District will begin reporting differences between the vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Cool front in June? It felt nice for a couple hours anyway. Wish it would have lasted longer. I did receive a couple of reports and a tournament update.
Nearly four years after being approved by county voters, work has begun on major facilities projects. But even as building begins, the county is facing multimillion-dollar shortfalls.
Thanks to television, most Americans of a certain age grew up thinking hunger happened far away, over there somewhere. And it looked like rail-thin children with bloated bellies and flies on their faces, lying under some scorching foreign sun waiting for a social worker to place a scoop of n…
Summer has many of us on the move, and that includes Galveston’s Own Farmers Market. The market moves to its new home at 28th and Market streets on Sunday and will operate there every Sunday morning throughout the year.
For younger children, drownings (about 1,000 deaths per year) and unintentional gunshots (about 3,000 firearm-related injuries) are the most common accidents.
The group attack that left a Texas City mean dead lasted just more than a minute, according to charging documents released by prosectors Tuesday.
People who are courteous and respect others are our true leaders in life. It’s your actions that brings happiness and positivity back in the world. You might never get the recognition you deserve, but I’m sure you’re not looking for it either because it’s just who you are.
What a light show last night. I had trouble sleeping because of the weather and no air conditioning. So, it’s a little sticky in the house. Tuesday’s morning storm was intense but didn’t bring much rain here on the West End. The weather must have kept everyone at home.