WEBSTER — An electrical issues at McWhirter Elementary School forced school district officials to cancel classes today.
Before Hurricane Ike hit in 2008, narcotics investigators across Galveston County could count on making a handful of methamphetamine-related arrests each year.
It was a tale of two halves Tuesday night for the Ball High Lady Tors. Luckily for the home team, the story still had a happy ending.
Lady Mustangs junior guard Kayla Callaway was perfect at the free throw line, including going six-for-six in the final quarter, to lead Friendswood to a come-from-behind 47-35 win over the Clear Falls Knights on Tuesday.
Texas lawmakers should grant Galveston County’s request for expanded power to police illegal gambling operations. The legislature should go at least a step further, however, and extend that option of every county in the state.
After reading the weekly columns on water management in The Daily News, it got me wanting to illustrate the value of rainwater harvesting as a means of water conservation — more specifically, the benefit of implementing rainwater harvesting systems into urban landscape design for commercial irrigation.
GALVESTON — When Michael Berberich’s home was destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008, 10 bookcases and a lifetime of literature were swept away with it.
Sunday’s Super Bowl is sure to generate some impressive statistics. Some of those will be for yards gained and passes completed, but even before the game, statisticians are compiling numbers for performances off the field and in the kitchen.
CHICAGO (AP) — Grain futures were lower Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California health officials on Wednesday declared electronic cigarettes a health threat that should be strictly regulated like tobacco products, joining other states and health advocates across the U.S. in seeking tighter controls as "vaping" grows in popularity.
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