May is National Water Safety Month — an especially important thing to observe around here where water is just about everywhere and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Now that America appears to have coalesced around two political poles, right and left, the media have become villains to both camps, milder to the left, intensely to the right, but in both cases subjected to fluctuations. The general accusations are bias and, consequently, a lack of objectiv…
Inquiring minds from United Van Lines, U-Haul, Amazon, Google, U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Treasury want to know who messed up the 2020 census. Keeping track of population moves, they're sure more people left blue states since the last census.
During the summer of 2020, several members of our Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Galveston County led a campaign to eradicate medical debt in our county.
Norman Pappous ("North county voters don't trust The Daily News," The Daily News, May 6) is absolutely correct when he wrote that Angel Maredia ("GOP endorsing unqualified candidates puts children at risk," The Daily News, April 28) made "scores" of assertions and "false accusations."
In response to the article ("City walking tricky regulation line with short-term rental collections," The Daily News, May 1): In this article, it stated, “While pressure is building to sign a collection agreement, some local vacation rental owners and managers want the city to wait until it …
I walk on the Texas City Dike every day, weather permitting. Spring is the best time to come down there; it's not too cold and the heat and humidity haven't set in yet. Pelicans and seagulls can be seen flying overhead; the water and sky are always different and interesting.
It isn’t so much that Galveston over-policed an April 24 slab car event that inspired complaints of targeted enforcement and racial profiling of predominantly Black visitors.
“There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel’s veins. And sinners plunged beneath that flood; lose all their guilty stains.”
Imagine your football team just won the national championship. Then the coach decides to change the quarterback, the offense and the defensive scheme. Does that make any sense whatsoever?
It’s unclear who, exactly, the Texas Legislature is serving in efforts to gut state rules about how people can earn the right to carry handguns in public, a system proven over about the past 30 years to be excellent, a model in fact.
One week from Saturday, at 7 a.m. May 15, we’ll hold lifeguard tryouts at the University of Texas Medical Branch Fieldhouse. Information is on our website.
In Texas, this story is all too typical. A child placed in foster care at birth is adopted and embarks on a journey to adulthood with a lingering question — who are my birth parents?
Yellowstone National Park is a volcanic caldera, 34 miles by 45 miles across, formed in a massive, super-volcanic eruption about 630,000 years ago.
In response to the Associated Press article (“Fear, lack of funding hurt census in Sun Belt, advocates say,” The Daily News, April 28): Why are the governors of Florida, Texas and Arizona complaining about not getting their fair share of the new seats?
An editorial by this newspaper ("Please note our deadline for election-related letters, columns," The Daily News, April 27) announcing the deadline for letters supporting political candidates states, "In every election, just as voters go to the polls, we get last-minute allegations of facts …
I feel great empathy for Sen. Tim Scott. He lost me on his comment that “America isn't racist” in his rebuttal to President Biden's speech on April 28.