Each playoff match as their lineup was being introduced, the Clear Falls Knights were reminded just how far they had come.
Galveston County has seen a 27 percent increase in felony cases defended by court-appointed attorneys in the last two years — and no one seems…
After 13 years on the lam in Mexico, the man accused of masterminding a 2001 slaying will be tried on the island next month.
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 Sa…
For the second straight week, the Friendswood Mustangs attempted a late game comeback, trailing 28-13 in the fourth.
Saturday games featuring Clear Falls and Clear Creek.
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.
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.
GALVESTON — An Amber Alert that had police searching all morning for a 6-month-old boy was prompted by a hoax, police said.
GALVESTON — A 24-year-old Galveston man is in critical condition after he was shot by his father Sunday, police said.
GALVESTON — Two teenagers were killed Friday morning when a truck they were riding in collided with a garbage truck.
Popular downtown island eatery Yaga’s Café and neighboring bar, Tsunami Exotic Tequila Emporium, are temporarily out of commission after a power pole behind Yaga’s, 2314 Strand, fell Sunday, knocking out electricity.
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.
Authorities are searching for anyone who saw anything leading up to a fatal motorcycle accident Friday.
TEXAS CITY — Spurred by a $1.4 million enticement, San Antonio-based grocer H-E-B plans before the year is done to begin demolishing an old building to make way for a 57,000-square-foot store just east of state Highway 146 and north of Palmer Highway.