League City police Detective Shayne Yount was on the lookout.
A year ago this week, the city of Galveston installed two new crosswalks on Seawall Boulevard. The road features were the first of their kind for the heavily traveled roadway.
The Santa Fe school board will vote Monday on recommendations from a security and safety committee to install metal detectors and change the district’s dress code policy.
A federal program will pick up the tab for all Galveston Independent School District student breakfasts and lunches in the next school year, a move that could mean fewer hungry children denied meals and less burdensome paperwork for families.
People and businesses have so far donated more than $825,000 to a fund established for victims of the May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School. All of the money will go to victims, officials said.
A city board this week approved projects that would transform two large tracts of ranch land in southwestern League City into residential and commercial centers, provided developers amend their plans to meet requirements for parks, officials said.
Public hearings about a massive coastal storm-surge barrier proposed for the Galveston area are scheduled to start in November, according to the Army Corps of Engineers.
A plan to build a proposed trail along FM 518 in League City will go before the city council, despite opposition from residents in a nearby subdivision who fear the trail would attract crime.
The city’s housing finance corporation soon will list for sale five houses along Winnie Street and start developing other houses on the island meant to be affordable.
The two seals, named Tomato and Ravioli, are housed in the North Pacific Exhibit of the Aquarium Pyramid. They are the two newest members of the exhibit.
Not surprisingly, Texas leaders were supportive of President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Two men were arrested Tuesday and accused of robbing a Galveston apartment while the woman who lived there had left to care for her ailing father, police said Tuesday.
The last day for disaster, senior, disabled person, disabled veteran and spouses of disabled veterans to make their final quarter installment for 2017 property taxes is July 31.
The Santa Fe Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday voted to spend around $1.5 million on a series of security updates to the high school.
Police Chief Vernon Hale and local members of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the League of United Latin American Citizens met Tuesday about how the department could improve community policing.
Six months after La Marque’s city council said it wanted to crack down on slumlords, it passed an ordinance to strengthen residential rental unit rules by keeping closer tabs on property owners.
A former employee is suing the Marathon Petroleum refinery in Texas City, asserting he was fired shortly after his bosses asked him to cover up several health and safety violations.
A Friendswood man accused of shooting his manager at a Dickinson automobile dealership shop six times Jan. 12 pleaded guilty Tuesday, district attorney officials said.
The Galveston branch of the NAACP and LULAC Council No. 151 will co-host a public forum from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today in the Wortham Auditorium of Rosenberg Library at 2310 Sealy St. in Galveston.
A school board member's public skepticism of the value of metal detectors as a way to prevent future school shooting has upset some people in Santa Fe.
Just offshore from San Leon, a company is laying about 10 million pounds of Kentucky limestone on the bay floor in hopes it will become a 21-acre oyster reef.
The Clear Creek Independent School District’s security council Monday recommended increased law enforcement presence, student and staff badges and a trench coat ban, among other items, to improve school security after the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School.
A U.S. Coast Guard vessel that's been a fixture on Galveston Island for 25 years has been permanently moved to a new homeport in Florida, the Coast Guard announced Monday.
Five months after a Galveston County jury deadlocked in deciding the fate of a League City man accused of beating his stepdaughter to death, prosecutors will bring the case to trial again.
Summer Camp wanted to do something thoughtful for her father, Bob Camp, on his 94th birthday. But she never anticipated how it would turn out.
The seawall was crowded and finding a parking spot downtown over the weekend took a bit of a search. Despite rain in the forecast and a midweek holiday, crowds showed up for the second Fourth of July weekend.
The League City council on Tuesday will consider seeking financial help from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department to renovate a boat ramp off FM 270, the only public ramp in area.
Galveston City Councilman Jason Hardcastle, right, presents comedian Bill Engvall with a key to the city Saturday after his evening performance at The Grand 1894 Opera House. Engvall, who was born on the island, is best known for his stand-up comedy and has performed on numerous television s…
A project to connect neighborhoods in the Claremont subdivision to a citywide hike and bike trail advanced when the League City council in late June approved use of eminent domain to gain an easement, citing homeowner association support.