Some of you are probably wondering why The Daily News’ print edition nameplate — normally printed in black ink — is pink today. If so, then we’re already raising awareness about National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
LA MARQUE — Police Chief Randall Aragon, a finalist for the Fairbanks police chief job, traveled north to Alaska to answer questions from residents in a public interview this week.
LEAGUE CITY — Clear Falls scored a sweep of fellow District 24-6A playoff contender Clear Springs on the road Tuesday.
Today begins what many anglers agree is the best month of the year for fishing the bays.
The announcement that authorities may not pursue charges against two Santa Fe men who live at a house where more than 140 animals were seized requires an explanation.
Reading the Declaration of Independence takes less than 10 minutes. It is about the length of two op-ed essays yet forms the foundation of our republic.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Southeastern Conference and the Big 12 have announced a women's basketball challenge involving four schools during the next two years.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Sept. 30:
The Daily News invited candidates from contested races in the upcoming elections to participate in questionnaires, which were compiled largely from points that readers requested us to ask on their behalf.
On March 19, the Galveston County Daily News presented election forums featuring the candidates for Galveston City Council and Galveston Mayor.
GALVESTON — The city held a drawing this morning to determine how names will appear on the local election ballot on May 10.
The Daily News was having its final candidate forum, beginning at 5:30 p.m. today at the jury assembly room of the Galveston County Justice Center, 600 59th St., in Galveston. Watch the live stream here.
On Feb. 6, the Galveston County Daily News hosted a forum featuring the candidates running for Galveston County Judge and County Court No. 2 and County Court No. 3.
Welcome to The Galveston County Daily News’ election forum. This is the first of four forums Galveston County’s largest media outlet will present to voters.
Another legislator who has long represented parts of Galveston County will forgo his position in 2015.
State Rep. Craig Eiland, D-Galveston, was among the dozen or so state representatives that saw their amendments tabled during Tuesday’s House of Representatives Hearing on House Bill 2, an omnibus bill that would greatly effect Texas’s abortion laws.
State Sen. Tommy Williams announced Wednesday that he will not run for state comptroller, ending an exploratory bid that began just over a month ago.
One local lawmaker played a key role in Tuesday’s dramatics the Texas Senate. State Sen. Tommy Williams, R-The Woodlands, was among the most visible Republicans who trying to derail Sen. Wendy Davis’ 13-hour filibuster of Senate Bill 5, which would have dramatically affected the laws governing abortion clinics in Texas.
Along with the rest of the world, seemingly, state Sen. Tommy Williams, R-The Woodlands, will consider running for state comptroller in 2014.
A letter Judge Christopher Dupuy sent more than a year ago to Jason Murray urges the former Galveston County District Clerk to resign "with as much dignity and class that can be had." Dupuy's arrest last week on felony and misdemeanor charges follows Murray's in 2011. Both were swept into office during a 2010 Republican landslide.
Each election, The Daily News asks candidates in contested races to answer a series of questions submitted by the newspaper’s staff and readers.
Usually in a contested election about taxes, you would expect to have vocal opposition and proponents on the issue. And, for the most part, there’s a lot of chatter for and against when it comes to the La Marque school district’s tax ratification election.
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