HOUSTON – The Hitchcock Bulldogs were successful in their fourth straight 2013 payback game in a road game Friday, defeating KIPP Sunnyside, 52-0, and improving to 4-0 in 2014.
GALVESTON — Police are investigating the death of a 1-year-old child that occurred at an apartment complex in Galveston early Tuesday morning.
Fans of The Beach Hut, 731 Seawall Blvd., on the island, were hoping the bar and live music venue’s recent closure was only seasonal. Alas, it isn’t.
Heavy downpours flooded streets and may have been responsible for a major wreck that closed Interstate 45 near Baybrook Mall Thursday afternoon.
The county judge and his challenger in the upcoming election are set to appear in court today for a hearing on a lawsuit seeking to definitively place one candidate’s name on the ballot.
SANTA FE — More than 100 animals, including macaws, tortoises and about 73 Irish wolfhounds, were seized Friday on six acres in Santa Fe.
GALVESTON — The Texas General Land Office has told the city it must reimburse more than $100,000 to its beach user fee fund by Sept. 30.
TEXAS CITY — A 76-year-old man was arrested late Tuesday by officers who allege to have found drugs with a street value of more than $8,000 during a search of his home, police said.
GALVESTON — The Port of Galveston’s governing board on Monday will consider entering a lease-option agreement with a company wanting to study the feasibility of building a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas export plant on Pelican Island.
GALVESTON — An island police lieutenant is under internal investigation for his use of social media to rally public supporters against the department chief’s petition to demote the 13-year veteran of the force.
GALVESTON — She helped improve the living conditions for immigrant farmers by organizing agricultural boycotts in the ’60s alongside Cesar Chavez. She was paramount in the passing of the amnesty bill in 1986, legalizing more than 1 million immigrants. She was honored by President Barack Obama with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
GALVESTON – After taking a 2-point lead into halftime, the Ball Tornadoes’ defense recovered a fumble, didn’t allow a score, and gave up only …
FREEPORT – La Marque came out of the gates quickly Friday, crossing the goal line four times in the opening quarter en route to a 42-21 nondis…
HOUSTON – The High Island Cardinals came into their Friday game against Sugar Land Logos Prep riding a three-game winning streak and averaging…
A preview of the Cypress Christian at Bay Area Christian game.
A roundup of volleyball matches from Clear Springs, Friendswood, Clkear Creek, Clear Falls, Dickinson, Santa Fe, Ball High and Texas City.
A large field of local, national and international athletes will hit the roadways and waterways of Galveston on Sunday in the annual 5150 Triathlon.
HOUSTON – The Hitchcock Bulldogs look to continue their successful run in payback games as they take on another squad that got the better of t…
Previews of La Marque at Brazosport, Houston Wheatley at Ball High and High Island at Sugar Land Logos Prep.
Sunday’s two triathlons, the Lonestar Sprint Triathlon and the 5150, will bring more than 1,000 competitors to Moody Gardens.
GALVESTON – Thursday’s downpour took its toll on Galveston schools with previously scheduled contests getting canceled.
It appears better conditions are in store for weekend anglers as the chances of rain diminish considerably for the next couple of days.
Plenty of rain has hit the Galveston Bay Complex, and this just might be the shot in the arm fall fishing needs.
Not much was taking place on the fishing scene Wednesday, so it’s a good opportunity to answer a question from readers.
Tuesday, the threat of rain kept anglers from venturing very far; however, there were some good reports from the surf and Seawolf Park.
Monday turned out to be a nice fall-like day, and the fish were biting. What more could one ask for?