Galveston County Judge Mark Henry late Friday signed off on an executive order requiring poll workers to allow residents to vote without a mask or risk a $1,000 fine. The order comes in response to more than six reported incidents in which county residents have tried to vote at various locat…
The COVID-19 pandemic event organizers for Saturday's Shrimp Fest in Galveston and Harvest Festival in League City to scale back and retool.
Some devices the districts have paid for won't arrive for months because of heavy demand in the pandemic.
COVID-19 has been in the county for more than 200 days now. What have local experts learned about the virus, and what are they still learning?
The order comes in response to more than six reported incidents in which county residents have tried to vote at various locations and been turned away because they weren’t wearing masks, County Judge Mark Henry said.
Prosecutors late Tuesday filed a motion to dismiss charges against officer Taide Ali Pineda, 23, citing insufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt and in the interest of justice.
Recent changes to the way officials report COVID-19 tests and test results reveal many gaps and errors in what officials knew and reported about local spread of the virus earlier this year.
High school sports teams have been following all the guidelines recommended to slow the spread of COVID-19 ever since summer strength and conditioning camps began in June, but positive cases still have disrupted teams' schedules.
With Jim Yarbrough gone as mayor, voters will have to decide whether to keep his former colleagues on the council, or elect an entirely new slate.
Government leaders on all levels have had to make tough calls concerning how to handle the coronavirus pandemic. Will those calls influence how you will vote?
Donald Neely is suing the city for mental anguish more than a year after he was arrested and led through city streets by two mounted Galveston Police Department officers.
Sea Star Base Galveston's Adaptive Sports Program was selected to receive funding from the Grants for Adaptive Sports Programs for Disabled Veterans and Disabled Members of the Armed Forces, according to an announcement by the National Veterans Sports Program and Special Events.
Galveston's Own Farmers Market received a combined $7,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service in Texas through its Project Growing Roots for Education, Environment and Nutrition and the Texas Urban and Rural Conservation Projects programs, acc…