The drought in Texas has left water providers and their customers — cities, industries and farmers — looking for new sources.
A furious fourth quarter rally saw the La Marque Cougars come away with a 50-48 win over the Texas City Stings in the basketball version of the Battle by the Bay on Tuesday.
Recap of Tuesday night's high school girls basketball games including action from District 24-6A as well as contests featuring Texas City and Santa Fe.
College of the Mainland should disclose the amount of the settlement in the lawsuit filed by David Michael Smith.
The Houston-area forecast of layoffs and drop in home sales is a symptom of unbridled short-term greed.
Galveston Arts Center, in cooperation with Fresco Books and Ken General of Duende Art Project, will present “TEXAS ABSTRACT” in January.
Winter holidays are here with red and green decorations everywhere. These traditional colors are seasonally and spiritually-based, primarily from festivals in Europe’s dark and cold midwinter.
NEW YORK (AP) — A Spanish farm and fishing dog, a Sicilian rabbit-hunting breed, an Italian sheepdog with a distinctive matted coat and a rugged South African watchdog are joining the American Kennel Club pack.
NEW YORK (AP) — A batch of stocks with exposure to Cuba rose sharply Wednesday after President Obama moved to restore diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Caribbean island after more than 50 years of hostility.
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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