The Daily News has a long-standing policy against publishing letters and guest columns backing or attacking candidates on Election Day. In every election, just as voters go to the polls, we get last-minute allegations of facts we can’t verify.
A 379 percent increase. It seems almost impossible that the food pantry at St. Vincent’s House in Galveston has increased the amount of groceries it has distributed by 379 percent — from 48,000 pounds of food last year to 230,000 pounds this year.
This just hurts: For the first time in 65 years, children who call NORAD on Dec. 24 might not get to speak to a living, breathing person to learn the exact location of you-know-who during his Christmas Eve flight around the world.
The iconic Hospice Tree of Lights of the holiday season is back for a 31st year with the lighting this week atop The Daily News building in Galveston.
Setting aside his schizophrenic and politically expedient opinions about what local officials should have power to address — those opinions being a contradictory mishmash on issues including plastic bags, trees, taxes, fracking and the coronavirus pandemic, to name a few — Gov. Greg Abbott h…
President Trump has so far been unwilling to concede to Joe Biden, and his latest argument is the voting machines must have been rigged. Where’s the evidence? Strong claims need strong proof, not rumors and innuendo on Twitter.
COVID-19 testing in Galveston County has been a point of pride almost from the start because at one point the county had one of the highest rates of testing in the state, if not the country.
Social media blowback against the Clear Creek school board’s selection to replace Superintendent Greg Smith is unfortunate and might have been avoided had elected district leaders followed the spirit and intent of the state’s open government laws.
With Christmas decor starting to appear in the background of TV commercials even when the product or service at issue has nothing to do with the holidays, the holiday season clearly is underway.
Even among Republicans, most observers well placed enough to know are skeptical that President Donald Trump has evidence to credibly argue, much less to prove, the widespread voter fraud required to have stolen the election, as the White House and a few others are alleging.