GALVESTON — The city council on Thursday approved a $108.68 million operating budget for fiscal year 2014-15.
HOUSTON – The Hitchcock Bulldogs look to continue their successful run in payback games as they take on another squad that got the better of them last season in a road game today at KIPP Sunnyside.
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.
The Daily News, in partnership with UTMB, will publish a special stand-alone newspaper section focusing on and promoting National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Joe Kent, president of the board of the Galveston Symphony Orchestra, writes about the new musical season.
HOUSTON — The 16th annual Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival will kickoff with the Cascade Award Gala at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the NASA Hilton Hotel, 3000 NASA Road 1.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — With little more than two months to deadline, Iran and six world powers on Friday launched a fresh effort at narrowing stubborn differences on what nuclear concessions Tehran must agree to in exchange for full sanctions relief.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The 3-D printing boom is about to invade space.
Dan Freeman shares an opinion on the flat tax.
The death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., has reignited the fires of racial acrimony in America. His death remains a tragedy of unimaginable proportions to his family and friends. We cannot relieve the pain of these deaths, but reflecting upon it may help us improve our community.
Dan Freeman writes about an interesting conversation with Doc.
Dynamo hope newest addition can help lead the team to playoffs
Dan Freeman writes about proof of evolution with Republicans.
My friend Leon asked me recently, “Why can’t we pray in public school?”
The rise of the tea party has splintered the Republican Party to such an extent that it acts like the antebellum Democratic Party.
When I put the United States flag up, it takes me back to when I stood with my hand on my heart reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in grade school.
What a great Memorial Day weekend. The beaches were packed, the weather held up, and we could find a place along the seawall to enjoy the Gulf.
Dan Freeman writes about former Houston Mayor Bill White's book “America’s Fiscal Constitution: Its Triumph and Collapse."
The silly season of political campaigning brings out extremes of fervor. We regularly read and hear demands that our elected officials must stick to their principles. What does this mean?
The deadline for signing up for ObamaCare, or the Affordable Care Act, passed, and the apocalypse did not occur.
Dan Freeman writes about the Golden Rule, the Second Commandment and what God has taught about love.
The Dash opens against the 2013 National Women’s Soccer League champion Portland Thorns.
Brrring-Brrring-Brrring. We are sitting down at dinner, and the phone explodes off the wall. Well not really, but it is seriously unhappy. I get up and dutifully check the caller ID.
Dan Freeman writes about the Houston Dynamo's season-opening win and what to expect from the team this MLS season.
Cheryl Johnson’s column against straight-ticket voting cited Washington’s “Farewell Address” (Feb. 9, The Daily News). This encouraged me to reread it along with James Madison’s “Federalist Paper No. 10” and Richard Labunski’s “James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights.”
Several summers ago my family read these words on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty:
The morning traffic on the causeway amazes me. It looks like southbound outnumbers northbound by threefold.
Today, we remember our veterans. They served, fought and sometimes were wounded or died for our way of life and form of government.
On Thursday night, the Houston Dynamo beat the Montreal Impact, 3-0, to advance to the MLS Eastern Conference semifinal.
Dan Freeman responds to a column by The Three Musketeers on the First Amendment.
The stadium proposal has got folks talking and discussing but one thing being missed is Kermit Courville Stadium's part in Galveston history.
The city of Galveston is trailing the nation and state in participation in the 2010 census.
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