Plus, John Cornyn calls on Congress to approve the Corps' plan for a coastal barrier.
Taylor's out, Middleton's looking to move up. Who's going to run for the newly opened up House seat representing parts of Galveston County?
Plus, the campaign calling for the abolishment of the county treasurer's office is claiming a host of endorsements from local elected officials.
League City Councilman Hank Dugie has made official what he’d been signaling for months: He’ll run for county treasurer in next year’s Republican primary.
County commissioners might put all of Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsula together in a single precinct. It'd be a historic change, but not one that's drawing immediate reaction one way or another.
One of Galveston's four county commissioner precincts is represented by a Democrat. Under a redistricting proposal endorsed by Galveston County Judge Mark Henry, precincts could be redrawn to include Republican majorities everywhere.
Local state Rep. Greg Bonnen's proposal for using Texas' allocation of American Rescue Plan Act includes making a $2 billion fund for state universities.
The federal government is using the story of a Galveston resident, relayed through an Oklahoma doctor, to argue that Senate Bill 8 should be blocked.
People voting in November's local elections don't have to worry about learning new rules on the fly, Galveston County Clerk Dwight Sullivan said.
It doesn't appear that a local representative's bill to fund border security will get additional funding from Galveston County's commitment to fund a border barrier.
Santa Fe will hold a referendum about whether to remove Mayor Jason Tabor from office after a resident successfully gathered enough petition signatures to force a recall vote.
Local ballots are looking pretty sparse for the Nov. 2 contests. But there are still a few days left to join in the races in some cities.
Weber announced his support for a bill that would end mask requirements that have kept faces covered on planes and buses and in airport and cruise ship terminals.