GALVESTON — A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of a University of Virginia student was arrested Wednesday on the Bolivar Peninsula, authorities confirmed.
GALVESTON — Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr., 32, the man wanted in connection with the disappearance of a University of Virginia student went before a a pair of judges Thursday and said he won't fight being sent back to Virginia.
GALVESTON — As Virginia kidnapping suspect was led into court, there for all the cameras to capture was a candidate for state representative and former judge Susan Criss.
A district court judge on Wednesday filed an order nullifying County Commissioners’ firing of Bonnie Quiroga, the longtime director of the justice administration department.
ALGOA — A man and his father-in-law were jailed Sunday night after a dispute over use of a water well culminated in a stabbing and gunfire in unincorporated Santa Fe, authorities said.
LEAGUE CITY — Court records show that Jason Long, one of three candidates seeking the Position 6 city council seat, has a criminal record.
Delores Koopmann had heard rumors about the possible closing of Baywood Foods, the city’s only grocery store. But when Baywood Foods didn’t run an advertising insert in The Daily News this week, she knew the rumor would become reality.
Island restaurateurs and brothers Larry and Tikie Kriticos were deep into a deal to open a League City restaurant before deciding the property they were keen on just wouldn’t work.
You could once drive off the west end of seawall and right onto the beach.
It was unclear Thursday why a man arrested and charged with the abduction of a Virginia college student was found 1,300 miles away.
The announcement that authorities may not pursue charges against two Santa Fe men who live at a house where more than 140 animals were seized …
Thanks to Susan Criss and Wayne Faircloth, who are running for state representative in District 23, for a lively discussion at Monday’s forum.
Members of League City’s council singled out one religion in a resolution on immigration with the phrase “radical Islamist terror groups.” Hav…
It’s hard to see State District Judge Lonnie Cox as an activist judge.
If you hear the story that the Port of Galveston is bullying the owners of private parking lots that cater to cruise ship passengers, don’t buy it.
We become part of a place by knowing its history.
Whatever you call the process of developing a budget for the county’s Animal Resource Center, it has not been a collaboration.
The story about the proposed Bayside at Waterman’s development on Galveston’s West End has some people wondering about the difference between …
Everyone who loves Galveston should look at the proposed Land Development Regulations.
Are you interested in ideas about ways to reform the state’s scheme for funding public education as to ensure every Jane and Johnny can learn to read?
In the early 1960s, business leaders in Galveston were talking about ways to promote tourism.
The most amazing thing about a police operation against a violent juvenile gang in Galveston was an address.
It’s good to hear people in public office in Galveston talking about what voters were promised.
One of the topics that comes up more or less endlessly in League City is debt load. The proper question is whether it’s too high. But, in Leag…
In the end, Scottish voters decided to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom.
If you are looking for perspective on what a liquefied natural gas plant on Pelican Island might mean for Galveston, you need to know a number…
Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry was in Galveston on Wednesday, reminding people to register to vote.
If you were planning to write a manifesto outlining the case for turning over Galveston’s seawall parking program to the Park Board of Trustee…
Many governments in Galveston County need to work on the mechanics of their meetings.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst sent shock waves along the coast last week. He said he would ask a legislative committee to study the possibility of s…