LEAGUE CITY — An Amber Alert was issued Saturday morning for an 18-month-old girl who was last seen about a week ago.
While the Butler Longhorn Museum has a license to sell beer and wine, it is not operating as a bar, as some critics have claimed.
Rivals La Marque and Ball High put on a show for a completely packed gym, but the Coogs would spoil the party for the home Tors fans, pulling away late for a 52-44 win.
A total team effort on both ends of the floor saw the Friendswood Lady Mustangs steadily pull away from the Clear Falls Knights for a 44-31 win in a key District 24-6A match-up.
The city council runoff in League City between Keith Gross and Jason Long might not have captured the imagination of the voters — turnout was what we’ve unfortunately come to expect — but it was a slugfest.
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.
These are photos of the dress rehearsal of the Children's Christmas Pageant at Moody Methodist Church. The performance will be held Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 5 p.m.
The ancient Greeks were fans of drama and enjoyed plays that were eucastrophes, that is, ones where triumph came out only after a great tragedy. Such themes populate many theologies, and it seems, Christmas memories.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — Louisville junior Montrezl Harrell is suspended from the fourth-ranked Cardinals' next game after being ejected Saturday at Western Kentucky for throwing an elbow.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kim Jong Un isn't alone.
Photo by Stacy Canion
A jogger runs on the lakeside trail at College of the Mainland in Texas City. According to recent studies, exercise not only helps to keep you in shape it also improves brain function.
Photo by Jennifer Reynolds
Antoinette Swinnea, right, teaches Claudia Maveety, clockwise from left, Paula Townley, Jeannette Sama and Carol Jean Hebert how to play Mah Jongg at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Dr. James S. Goodwin, director of the Sealy Center on Aging, says social interactions help keep the brain engaged and makes people happy, which is an important part of aging well.
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