A trio of Santa Fe Independent School District Board of Trustees could face down challengers this fall, as people angered and concerned about the district's actions since the May 18 shooting seek to replace part of the board.
Following the resignation of its chairman last week, the Galveston County Republican Party Executive Committee voted to change its internal rules in ways that just months ago started a lengthy power struggle inside the party.
Despite a taxing year that saw the city heavily damaged by Hurricane Harvey and a major heath crisis, League City Mayor Pat Hallisey has announced he will seek a second consecutive term this November.
An item on the Galveston City Council's agenda about the eligibility of one of its newest members wasn't exactly about what it seemed.
The announcement of a pro-gun rally in Santa Fe on June 23, the first real political event of any kind in the city since the May 18 shooting, hasn't drawn much concern or worry from local officials in the city.
Following Friday's fatal shooting at Santa Fe High School, several local experts were invited to speak at Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's roundtable discussion on gun violence and possible legislative solutions.
In the small city of Jamaica Beach, a group of people that want to record the city council meetings say city hall is coming down too hard on their right to film proceedings.
There is only one day left for Galveston County voters to cast ballots in the May municipal elections — on Saturday at local polling places. Voters across the county will be voting on bonds, council members, school board trustees and other issues.
While some in U.S. House Freedom Caucus say they expect concessions from U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy if he seeks to replace Paul Ryan as the next Speaker of the House, U.S. Rep. Randy Weber might be more inclined to support him.
It's been more than three months since a Friendswood lawyer filed an criminal complaint against 56th District Court Judge Lonnie Cox, suggesting that the Cox had violated Texas law by hearing cases involving a local attorney, while that attorney was also representing Cox in other matters.
National Guard troops will be deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border to, according to federal officials, deter the number of people crossing the border illegally.
Commissioner Dee Ann Haney, Commissioner Bruce Clawson and Commissioner Phil Roberts, who holds the District 2 seat, are compeiting for two at-large seats in the May 5 election.
In the wake of Mayes Middleton's victory in the Republican primary two weeks ago, local leaders have started to open lines of communication and schedule meetings with next potential state representative.
Haney, who was arrested last July on two counts of intoxication manslaughter, is hoping she can keep her campaign focused on topics like code enforcement.
State Rep. Wayne Faircloth and challenger Mayes Middleton are neck-and-neck in their race for the GOP nomination for Texas House of Representatives District 23, according to early voting results from Galveston County.
Incumbent Galveston County Judge Mark Henry on Tuesday won the Republican Party primary election against District Court Judge Lonnie Cox after a contentious campaign that led to a close race.
Galveston County Republican voters Tuesday re-elected two-term District Attorney Jack Roady over firebrand Tom Dickens, who tried to unseat the incumbent with a lengthy campaign based on criticism and fury.
James Dickey, the chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, has told Galveston County GOP officials to get their house in order — or risk losing delegates at the state's Republican Party Convention in June.
In next month’s primary, Republican voters in Galveston County will decide whether to re-elect two-term district attorney Jack Roady, or choose first-time firebrand Tom Dickens to replace him.
Kimberley Yancy, a schoolteacher and the president of the Dickinson-Bay Area Unit of the NAACP, will attempt to oust Bobby Hocking from the La Marque mayor’s office during May’s local elections.
With only a few days of campaigning remaining in this year’s party primary elections, state Rep. Wayne Faircloth continues to hold a fundraising lead over his challenger for Texas House District 23, Mayes Middleton.
Calling the five months of recovery efforts since Hurricane Harvey a "disaster within a disaster," Galveston County Judge Mark Henry on Thursday asked members of the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce to re-elect him to another six-year term.
Galveston State Rep. Wayne Faircloth blasted a candidates forum being planned in Galveston on Thursday night as a “ruse” and an attempt to discredit him
A rule change by the Federal Emergency Management Agency this week means that churches that were damaged by Hurricane Harvey last year can request federal grants that they had previously been barred from receiving.
A Galveston County investigation into the behavior of congressional candidate Bill Sargent concluded that he did not sexually harass his co-workers at the Galveston County District Clerk’s office.
A plan to change the way the internet is regulated could be enacted within the next month. Last week, the Federal Communications Commission revealed a plan that would repeal net neutrality rules put in place by the Obama administration in 2015.
Galveston County lawyers have added their opinion to a case involving Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and special prosecutors — and are citing their own recent Supreme Court victory in doing so.
This November’s Election Day will presumably be much more sedate than 2016’s was. With no national elections on the ballot, far fewer people are expected to show up to cast votes than did the day Donald Trump was elected president.