The way the state distributes money to school districts is sure to be center stage when the state Legislature meets in January.
Galvestonian Barbara Sasser and 19 members of her family traveled to Manila for the Filipino premiere of the documentary “Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust,” hosted by President Benigno S. Aquino III.
An unprecedented shutout and the emergence of a diverse Dickinson athlete highlighted Week 1 of local high school football action.
Conditions are beginning to improve and the fishing is picking up.
National Geographic photographer Maggie Steber talked her way into a first job by pounding the streets of Galveston with a camera in her hand.
Margaret Barno reviews “Visions From Above: My Journey — My Destiny,” by Amy Jamison.
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Jerry Jones opened training camp with stories about how young his Dallas Cowboys were. He told a few thousand fans at the kickoff luncheon that many of those players faced an "uphill battle."
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A police officer shot a man who was pointing a gun at passing cars on an Interstate 84 off-ramp, and the ensuing standoff with the wounded suspect led to a long Labor Day closure of the freeway.
Anna Young, left, and Ellie Morales sample healthy dishes during a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
Members of a new support group for cancer patients Dolly McCarley, from left, Lisa Greif, a nurse at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Robert Webster and Pam Powers, also a nurse, had a holiday meal during a recent meeting that featured some of the foods they have found helpful with some of the eating-related side effects of their cancer treatments.
Banana pudding trifle and a fruit tray with a yogurt dip were served at a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
A spinach dip with organic whole grain crackers were served at a holiday meal for members, family and support staff of the University of Texas Medical Branch colorectal and GI cancer support group.
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