Most districts are returning to graduations resembling normal, with indoor settings and more guests. But masks and distancing still largely will be required.
The Galveston Police Department has been criticized for its handling of a car club event in April. Now, the city wants to delay the release of video of an arrest that's the source of one of the complaints.
The Port of Galveston could host the first U.S. cruises since March 2020, if Carnival's new plan for a return to business pans out.
Some dining rooms are reopening their buffet bars, while other restaurants say they're not ready to make the move back to self-service.
Shots could begin as soon as Thursday, after a federal vaccine advisory committee issues recommendations for using the two-dose vaccine in 12- to 15-year-olds. An announcement is expected Wednesday.
Members of local and state groups Wednesday demanded the Galveston Police Department change enforcement tactics after an April 24 slab car event drew claims of targeted enforcement and racial profiling of the predominantly Black visitors.
The Biden administration’s Federal Highway Administration has asked the state for a “pause” so that possible violations under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act can be reviewed.