GALVESTON — The Texas Center for the Missing issued a regional Amber Alert this morning for a missing six-month-old Galveston boy.
Councilman Ronald “Bubba” Jannett said he is a country boy at heart and understands the freedoms the residents who live in Santa Fe’s extraterritorial jurisdiction stand for.
GARLAND — There are plenty of familiar teams in today’s volleyball state semifinals, but only Clear Falls has a new accessory this year — Cinderella’s slipper.
To call tonight’s Dickinson-Pearland Class 6A, Region III area round matchup (Deer Park ISD Stadium, 7 p.m.) the biggest game the Gators have played in recent years isn’t too deep a stretch.
As a wide-eyed 16-year-old surfer, I made my first pilgrimage to the West Coast in 1980.
I disagree with all of David Michael Smith’s arguments (“Are Americans really against health care?” The Daily News, Nov. 17) on the wonders of Obamacare, beginning with his opening statement that conservatives have labeled it a government takeover of health care even though the new law largely builds on the existing system of private insurance coverage.
After revolting against President Snow and the Capitol, Katniss Everdeen is whisked away to join the Mockingjay rebellion led by President Alma Coin.
Comedic storyteller Jaston Williams will debut “Maid Marian in a Stolen Car” at the Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston on Nov. 28 and Nov. 29. He talked with Community News Editor Angela Taylor about the show.
DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut father charged with causing his 15-month-old son's death by leaving him in the car for hours on a hot July day has pleaded not guilty.
SKUKUZA, South Africa (AP) — The rhino crashes forward, pounding the earth with its broad feet. Then, as a dart's sedative takes hold, it staggers and slouches to the ground, where South African rangers prepare to move the oversized beast by truck to an area they hope is safe from poachers.
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Students from Creekside Intermediate cross FM 518 after school in League City on Friday afternoon.
Ice encases oak trees along 20th Street in downtown Galveston on Friday morning. A wintery blast has closed or delayed schools and business this morning.
Icicles hang from the patio chairs and tables Friday at Landry's Seafood, 5310 Seawall Blvd, in Galveston.
Small icicles hang from a parking sign in downtown Galveston on Friday morning. A wintery blast has closed or delayed schools and business this morning.
Ice encases a branch and leaves of an oak tree in downtown Galveston on Friday morning. A wintery blast has closed or delayed schools and business this morning.
Jim Patterson of Galveston took this photo as he prepared to drive to work at NASA's Johnson Space Center Friday morning. Patterson broke his ID badge that he used to get the ice off his windshield, he said. If you have some winter weather photos from Galveston County email them to email@example.com.
Courtesy Heather Lane
Heather Lane of Santa Fe took this photo from inside her van. When her husband Tim rolled down the window, a sheet of ice remained in place. If you have a winter weather photo you would like to share email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courtesy photo Solomon Roady
Solomon Roady of Santa Fe took this photo of ice on trees. Across Galveston County residents were greeted by icy conditions, but there were no major reports of problems. A couple of schools canceled classes, but most just delayed the start of the school day. If you have a photo of Galveston County's winter blast email them to email@example.com.
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