GALVESTON — An Amber Alert that had police searching all morning for a 6-month-old boy was prompted by a hoax, police said.
Authorities are searching for anyone who saw anything leading up to a fatal motorcycle accident Friday.
GALVESTON — It took the jury only an hour and 10 minutes to reach the verdict Tuesday convicting a man accused of killing a Galveston baker in a carjacking last year.
TEXAS CITY — The owner of four pit bulls that attacked and killed a family’s 10-year-old beagle appealed to a judge Wednesday not to declare her dogs dangerous because they are “very sweet.” But Justice of the Peace Darrell Apfell saw it differently.
Galveston police found the body of a 55-year-old truck driver in the parking lot of a gas station near Interstate 45 and Harborside Wednesday.
The attorney defending owners of a slain beagle against a pit-bull owner’s lawsuit wants the case tossed out as groundless and sanctions imposed against the plaintiff and her lawyer.
A local going-out-of-business sale has earned a slap on the wrist from the Better Business Bureau.
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.
TEXAS CITY — A woman whose four pitbulls attacked and killed a family’s 10-year-old beagle in October is now suing the deceased dog’s owner for up to $1 million in damages.
TEXAS CITY — A lawsuit filed by Emerald White against Steve and Tiffany Baker last week is an example of a victim being revictimized, said Angel Hagmaier, the Bakers' attorney. White's attorney says that isn't so.
A pair with of Sandhill Cranes,with a chick, right. The chick, is almost the same size as the female, far left.
Sandhill Cranes breeding range extends as far north as Alaska.
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When you think of citrus, images of grapefruits, lemons, limes and oranges are most likely to come to mind.
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During a season when everyone is busy shopping for that special gift, decorating their homes, baking delicious treats in preparation for thebi…
Seasoned opera goers (I’m a novice) have seen Lucia many times, and even I have seen it four times (Sutherland on DVD, Netrebko on TV, Shagimu…
Turkey will always be the star of the Thanksgiving Day production, but the supporting cast has its fans, too.
GALVESTON — The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is part of a collaboration led by the Oak Crest Institute of Science that rece…
Perfectionism can be a blessing and a curse. Striving to be our best, exerting our skills, seeking to achieve our dreams are all positive aspe…
Over the years, more and more people have begun making the switch to alternative medicine for pain management.
Betsy Clardy, vice president and chief development officer, is this year’s recipient of the Byron Welch Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Chiropractor Dr. Michael Dow treats Michelle Frank with acupuncture at Texas Wellness in Texas City. He uses acupuncture and chiropractic tech…
Based on statistics, you probably know someone with a form of autism. Autism rates in America grew by 30 percent from 2008-2010 and have doubl…
For cardiology technician Josie Howell, reading the wavy lines of heart monitors inspired an honors project.
More and more people across Galveston County are putting up their Christmas decorations well before the Thanksgiving turkey is even in the oven.
On a Thursday in the middle of August, 1997, my university honored its employees.