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Jerome Karam is accusing attorneys of making serious and sensational allegations that don't match up with their client's statement to police.
City Secretary Alun Thomas replace Finance Director Rudy Zepeda as acting city manager because Zepeda needs to work on the city budget.
Former U.S. Marine Corps officer and professional soccer player Hayley Carter said she stepped down after threats and out of concern for her own and her family's safety when a conservative radio talk-show host accused of her being a "gun-grabber," among other things.
COVID vaccines for children younger than 5 years old are now in Galveston County, but health care providers worry demand won't be high.
A wave of people came to the Galveston City Council meeting Thursday asking the city to allow events at the Galveston's Own Farmers Market.
The major project rebuilt damage caused by Hurricane Ike and will include new campsites, trails and a new headquarters.
While new to League City, the white linen night concept is a historical one that started in New Orleans in the 1800s.
A new certification allows fire fighters and fire marshals to also respond to medical calls.
The contract Galveston's Own Farmers Market has with the city doesn't allow for events, according to city management.
Facing an economic downturn with an overextended distribution network, Amazon is informing cities that had celebrated warehouse developments to expect openings in a year or two.
The Galveston County Daily News on Monday directed $5,000 to the Nia Cultural Center to help the organization further its mission of educating children about history and culture.
Questions remain about why an event scheduled at Galveston's farmers market, during which performers in drag costumes were to read books to children, was abruptly canceled over unstated safety concerns.
Sunday, June 19, marks 157 years since Union Army forces under the command of Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger occupied Galveston and issued General Order No. 3, informing the people of Texas that in accordance with the Emancipation Proclamation, all slaves had been freed. Last year, President Joe B…