When Judge Janis Yarbrough announced that the adoption and name change were granted, Amber Alston, 16, burst into tears.
Each playoff match as their lineup was being introduced, the Clear Falls Knights were reminded just how far they had come.
The Clear Falls Knights couldn’t overcome the many weapons of The Woodlands Highlanders as they were defeated 22-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-27 on Saturday in the Class 6A volleyball state championship match at the Curtis Culwell Center.
For the second straight week, the Friendswood Mustangs attempted a late game comeback, trailing 28-13 in the fourth.
Some critics of the proposed land development regulations in Galveston contend that the process has been uneven, and thus unfair.
Tears well up in the young man’s eyes — his voice fighting to remain steady.
VIENNA (AP) — Prospects of a nuclear deal with Iran by a deadline slipped further away Sunday despite frenzied last-minute diplomacy, forcing the U.S. and partner nations to start working on ways to extend the talks, diplomats said.
HURST, Texas (AP) — Authorities were tipped off months ago about a man who was arrested this week for allegedly conspiring with a teen on a scheme to sexually exploit younger children, but the investigation was delayed because the detective in charge went on medical leave.
"Don’t let the zombie get on our bus!” I screamed to the driver.
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. — What is America’s only state-owned and maintained highway that does not allow any motorized vehicles on it?
My travel attitude is that there is no town too small or too remote not to have some worthwhile attraction to explore and learn from.
Judge Janice Law toured the Monroeville, Ala., the setting for the fictional town in Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Wandering this low hilly battlefield, hallowed forever by 51,000 boys and men who were casualties here 150 years ago in a grisly three-day bloodbath that was a turning point in America’s Civil War — a 1960s melancholy song kept intruding into my thoughts.
Don and Janice Law first visited Indian Lodge in Davis Mountains State Park in the courtyard in 1992. They took a photo then, in 2002 and on April 20.
WASHINGTON — Janice Law visited the south side of the White House.
Life imitated art this year on March 3, as about 5,000 women, some in period attire, re-enacted the first a parade when 5,000 women, who were spat upon, hit by tomatoes, mocked and derided by about 500,000 men, many of whom were intoxicated, resolutely marched down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the White House, demanding that Congress approve, and just-elected President Woodrow Wilson endorse, a Constitutional amendment allowing women the right to vote.
Janice Law visits the Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Va.
Janice Law has some places in mind to take your pets along on a Valentine’s Day trip.
Janice Law has some places in New Orleans to visit that are not related to Super Bowl 47.
Janice Law writes about the Mayan civilization and the end of it's calendar Dec. 21.
Janice Law travels to Waterton Lake Canada.
CLARKSDALE Miss. — Travel columnist Janice Law was on a weeklong bus tour of the Delta exploring environs of American literary and musical icons.
THE BRONX N.Y. — The ”old” Yankee Stadium was torn to the ground in 2010 to make way for the new $2.3 billion Yankee Stadium.
Travel columnist Janice Law takes a trip through literary Mississippi home of American's most honored writers and musicians.
Travel columnist Janice Law takes a trip to Mississippi.
County residents share the advice their moms used to give them.
Janice Law tries to visit Big Ben.
The 60th anniversary celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s reign and the 2012 Summer Olympics will bring more tourists than ever to Great Britain this year.
Travel columnist Janice Law visits Dover Castle in England.
OXFORD England — Janice Law travels to Oxford England to visit the University of Oxford.
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