We are in a typical weather pattern for April fishing, with conditions changing almost daily. The good news is the forecasts are calling for a continued warming trend, which will help get the fish to start moving.
Thousands of Johnson & Johnson vaccines were supposed to be bound for the county Tuesday, but warnings about a very rare, possibly deadly side effect stopped the shipment.
Animal shows and other contests will begin this week in this year's attendance-limited county fair.
Hideki Matsuyama is the 2021 Masters Champion, and he joins a short list of players who have been low amateur and winner of the Green Jacket: Jack Nicklaus, Cary Middlecoff, Ben Crenshaw, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia.
With the waters in the bays and the Gulf of Mexico beginning to warm, this is a good time to make my annual alert to the dangers of a deadly flesh-eating bacteria that is present in our waters, Vibrio Vulnificus.
Near perfect spring weather brought sunny skies, cool nights and low humidity levels to Galveston County as a cold front moved through the area and offshore. Lows Sunday morning were a cool 58 degrees at League City and 64 in Galveston.
Before the U.S. Postal Service can fix a customer-service problem at the Bob Lyons facility in Galveston, it must admit having one. And it needs to stop blaming the “coronavirus” and “a busy holiday” season for troubles that predate both.
In the teams’ District 22-5A rematch Saturday afternoon, the Lady Indians’ Sidne Peters pitched a perfect game and Santa Fe batters clubbed 10 base hits in an 11-0 run-rule home victory.
Chris Beard must do what he did at Texas Tech for Texas — advance deep into the NCAA Tournament. Roy Williams was an icon to college basketball.
Bank notes: It isn’t unusual for banks to spruce up their branches with fresh décor and amenities. But when Texas First Bank this week debuted a major renovation of its Hitchcock branch, 8128 state Highway 6, it unveiled not only a renewed banking center but also a museum paying tribute to t…
Dr. Erin Barnhart, chief medical examiner of Galveston County and an assistant professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of Texas Medical Branch, has always been a trailblazer and a maverick.
The sound of the bat connecting with the baseball was pure magic to the fans as the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic, a 21-year Astros Foundation tradition, returned to Houston’s Minute Maid Park on March 5-7.
In the past few months of the school year, districts are working to close gaps left by the pandemic and expect to continue doing so in the next year.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should reconsider allowing cruise lines to resume operations in July, as the industry had asked.