Some of you are probably wondering why The Daily News’ print edition nameplate — normally printed in black ink — is pink today. If so, then we’re already raising awareness about National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
LA MARQUE — Police Chief Randall Aragon, a finalist for the Fairbanks police chief job, traveled north to Alaska to answer questions from residents in a public interview this week.
LEAGUE CITY — Clear Falls scored a sweep of fellow District 24-6A playoff contender Clear Springs on the road Tuesday.
Today begins what many anglers agree is the best month of the year for fishing the bays.
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 requires an explanation.
Reading the Declaration of Independence takes less than 10 minutes. It is about the length of two op-ed essays yet forms the foundation of our republic.
DALLAS (AP) — Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott says that as Texas governor he wouldn't veto a repeal of a law that gives in-state tuition to immigrants who entered the country illegally and that is supported by other big GOP figures including Gov. Rick Perry and George P. Bush.
DALLAS (AP) — Gov. Rick Perry has scheduled a news conference at a Dallas hospital where a man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. remains in isolation.
Photo by Jennifer Reynolds
Descendants of Harris Kempner include, from left, Eliza Quigley, Zach Sasser, Robert Lynch, Taylor Thomas, Barbara Sasser and former Galveston Mayor Lyda Ann Thomas, center seated, who is Kempner’s great-granddaughter. All are involved in civic and philanthropic ventures in Galveston. Quigley is vice president of the Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund. Zachary Sasser has been employed most recently in Galveston by ACS in disaster housing recovery for Galveston County. Lynch is president of Foster Farms Inc. Taylor Thomas is a full-time volunteer at Moody Gardens. Barbara Sasser is an honorary board member and past president of the Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund, and Lyda Ann Thomas is director ex-officio of the foundation. The portraits behind the group are of I.H. Kempner and H.L. Kempner Jr. Other family members living on the island but not pictured are Quinn and Kadin Quigley, Harris Lynch, Cathy Lynch, Tim Thompson and H.L. “Shrub” Kempner Jr.
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