GALVESTON — Police are investigating the death of a 1-year-old child that occurred at an apartment complex in Galveston early Tuesday morning.
Fans of The Beach Hut, 731 Seawall Blvd., on the island, were hoping the bar and live music venue’s recent closure was only seasonal. Alas, it isn’t.
Heavy downpours flooded streets and may have been responsible for a major wreck that closed Interstate 45 near Baybrook Mall Thursday afternoon.
GALVESTON — An island police lieutenant is under internal investigation for his use of social media to rally public supporters against the department chief’s petition to demote the 13-year veteran of the force.
The county judge and his challenger in the upcoming election are set to appear in court today for a hearing on a lawsuit seeking to definitively place one candidate’s name on the ballot.
GALVESTON — The Texas General Land Office has told the city it must reimburse more than $100,000 to its beach user fee fund by Sept. 30.
TEXAS CITY — A 76-year-old man was arrested late Tuesday by officers who allege to have found drugs with a street value of more than $8,000 during a search of his home, police said.
GALVESTON — The Port of Galveston’s governing board on Monday will consider entering a lease-option agreement with a company wanting to study the feasibility of building a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas export plant on Pelican Island.
GALVESTON — Dana and Jana Smidt aren’t the type of twins who purposely dress alike, or insist on doing everything the same way. But sometimes, that uncanny psychic bond between identical twins is powerful.
SANTA FE — More than 100 animals, including macaws, tortoises and about 73 Irish wolfhounds, were seized Friday on six acres in Santa Fe.
Merlin Francis, from left, May Francis, Nicole Bellow and Ted Bellow enjoy cocktail hour Aug. 7 at the Texas City Museum before attending the …
A piece of pipe helps spool the cable and rope onto the wench on the shrimp boat Rock Bottom.
Johnny Marullo scoops shrimp into his live bait well while shrimping in the Galveston Ship Channel near Pelican Island.
Johnny Marullo prepares to empty his net into his live bait well while shrimping near Pelican Island as a dolphin follows close behind his boa…
Shrimp is the favorite seafood among U.S. consumers, many of whom know little about how the tasty crustaceans landed on their plates.
The aluminum doors, shrimp net and live bait well on the shrimp boat Rock Bottom.
Seagulls land on the steel cables of the shrimp boat Rock Bottom.
A basket of shrimp and one small fish caught by Johnny Marullo.
Johnny Marullo adjusts the rope from the stern of his boat while shrimping near Pelican Island.
Johnny Marullo culls his catch aboard the shrimp boat Rock Bottom as seagulls and brown pelicans swoop in for a snack.
For dessert, Mama Frances Soul Kitchen in La Marque serves up peach cobbler and banana pudding.
Soul food dishes are passed around the dinner table from one person to another with the innate superpower of bringing families together.
Shirley Crowder, who runs Mama Frances Soul Kitchen with her husband, Chris, and restaurant manager Melissa Winston are serving up soul food f…
Traditional soul food sides like black-eyed peas, cabbage, macaroni and cheese and cornbread are on the menu at Mama Frances Soul Kitchen in L…
The Bay Harbour Playhouse marked its 23rd year in Dickinson with gala celebration complete with cocktail hour, silent auction, followed by a s…
Savannah Pearl and her father Dr. Fred Pearl attend the Bay Harbour Playhouse’s 23rd anniversary gala Aug. 16 in Dickinson.
Nell and Jerry Giallanza attend the Bay Harbour Playhouse’s 23rd anniversary gala Aug. 16 in Dickinson.
Lore Glasgow and Rachel Harlin attend the Bay Harbour Playhouse’s 23rd anniversary gala Aug. 16 in Dickinson.
Amber Fabian, from left, Mike Fabian and Berkley Pearl attend the Bay Harbour Playhouse’s 23rd anniversary gala Aug. 16 in Dickinson.