Journalism matters. Now more than ever.
Saturday is the 118th anniversary of the Great Storm, which destroyed Galveston and environs in early September 1900 and remains today the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history.
The Daily News supports calls by parents for an independent investigation of how Santa Fe Independent School District monitored and disciplined Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the teenager accused of killing 10 people inside Santa Fe High School during a May 18 shooting.
With trade tariff news heating up, we wanted to update Daily News readers on the recently instituted tariffs on Canadian newsprint. We also wanted to offer a public thanks to local elected officials and community organizations who are stepping up to help turn around this misguided interpreta…
For the fourth year, Galveston residents have an opportunity to hear directly from two of the city’s key municipal leaders during a State of the City event.
First, we apologize for not providing more notice about the change that began Monday in comics and puzzles published on weekdays and Saturdays. We had planned a lot of hoopla about the change during the week leading up to May 28, but bad news intervened.
With Friday’s deadly school shooting, Santa Fe, Texas, is at the center of the media universe. And by extension, so is Galveston County and the state of Texas. This is our moment to help others — both in the past and future — on how to best deal with such a tragic and human crisis.