TEXAS CITY — A local plumber is being flooded with phone calls — and some threats — after a picture of one of his old company vehicles being used by Islamist militants in Syria was posted on Twitter.
The driver of a two-door car and the driver of an eighteen-wheeler were taken to the hospital for minor injuries after a collision Thursday afternoon, police said.
There will be a visitation today, December 16th from 5-8 PM and funeral service at 1:00PM on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, all services will be at Fields-Johnson Family Mortuary (3828 Ave O). Burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery.
A man found fishing with illegal gill nets — known as a “wall of death” for fish — was sentenced Tuesday to 70 days in Galveston County Jail.
GALVESTON — Police reported that a ship worker fell to his death Thursday at Pier 41.
Police are searching for a man they suspect is responsible for a string of armed robberies at businesses on Broadway during the past two weeks.
SANTA FE — A 58-year-old Santa Fe man was in critical condition Wednesday after his SUV struck a school bus from the rear as it was picking up kids on the way to school, authorities said.
To enter the Lucky Spins game room in Bacliff, undercover sheriff’s deputies had to know exactly which door to knock on.
You could once drive off the west end of seawall and right onto the beach.
Vicki King knew she wanted to be a police officer not long after she had to wrestle a forged check out of a woman’s mouth.
The Daily News has argued for years that the U.S. government should end the Cuban trade embargo.
Let’s assume the Ike Dike has been built, and Galveston got what it wanted. What would that look like?
The city council runoff in League City between Keith Gross and Jason Long might not have captured the imagination of the voters — turnout was …
For those who have followed the story of Dog Dynasty, the no-kill animal shelter that is closing its doors Jan. 10, the magic number is 50.
One of the interesting questions about the land development regulations in Galveston involves the proposed rules on signs. The question is whe…
When state lawmakers gather in Austin next month to wrestle with the great legislative issues of the day, they should at least consider ending…
Congratulations are in order for Charles “Cliff” Burks and Ross Novelli, who both have received France’s highest military award, the Legion of…
College of the Mainland should disclose the amount of the settlement in the lawsuit filed by David Michael Smith.
City hall and the Galveston Park Board of Trustees recently signed an agreement shifting some responsibilities and funding from one agency to …
On this date in 1791, the Bill of Rights went into effect. It’s not a national holiday. Maybe it should be.
Galveston City Council was right in taking time to assess a juvenile curfew ordinance before deciding whether to renew it, although maybe not …
People can look forward to the Lee and Joe Jamail Park on 61st Street. Things are about to get better.
Were you one of the people who argued the Galveston City Council should have banged the gavel and approved the proposed land development regul…
A ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the Port of Galveston marked two events of great importance to the island.
The story on today’s front page about the efforts of game wardens to protect oysters is a reminder of just how valuable our natural resources are.
The story of Dog Dynasty, the no-kill shelter in La Marque, is another example of how an enormous social problem can overwhelm people with the…
Getting immunized is not only good for you. It’s good for the community.
The Galveston City Council was right to take over the process of revising the proposed regulations for development.
Many readers were disturbed by a story about food deserts, areas in which it’s difficult to find access to healthy, affordable food.
We’ve told you that some islanders who live in the town named after Bernardo de Galvez have been lobbying to have him named an honorary citizen.