A humble home that has survived war and hurricanes was rescued from demolition after Hurricane Ike and will now serve as a hands-on museum at the Galveston Historical Foundation’s warehouse.
Police have no solid leads on who shot and killed a family’s dogs as the pooches played in their backyard over the weekend.
The Galveston County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday defended its use of gunfire to prevent a resigned Austin Police Department officer from evad…
Hayden Nichols is thinking big. As in planetary big.
Now in the deep waters of district play, the playoff picture is beginning to take shape for Galveston County schools’ boys and girls basketball teams.
The Galveston Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K aren’t just for islanders. The races now attract an international field, and when the runners toe…
Fishing continues to be on the slow side, as evidenced by several notes from readers who asked about the lack of action.
Long-lost Galveston pit bull on the way back to island from Indiana
Visitation will be held from 6pm to 8pm Monday, January 26, 2015 at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 10am Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson with interment following at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, Texas.
A Bacliff man died late Wednesday night when his 1970 Volkswagen Beetle collided with another car, police said.
Dozens of United Steelworkers members marched in the parking lot Wednesday across the street from Marathon Petroleum’s Galveston Bay Refinery to protest the company’s stance on contract negotiations.
GALVESTON — The last time JoeAnn Navarro saw her pit bull, Blue, was in May. So on Saturday, when Blue was to make her return to Galveston, Navarro was at the Galveston Island Humane Society two hours before the dog’s expected arrival.
GALVESTON — A growing church seeking a larger and permanent home has acquired 3.5 acres in front of the Criminal Justice Center on Broadway with plans to build a sizable worship center.
Galveston police on Wednesday seized more than two dozen horses found in poor condition and being held in a large pen used by a riding business.
The slaying of a 24-year-old Galveston man stemmed from a rouse to steal his small black TV, a small baggie of marijuana and $4 in cash, according to affidavits released Friday by the Galveston police.
A Cedar Park man killed himself after Galveston County Sheriff’s deputies fired shots at his truck to prevent him from evading officers Tuesday night, according to a news release.