TEXAS CITY — In Shawn Trader’s classroom, it’s important that students learn not just about welding, but that they also learn some important things about life, he said.
The La Marque City Council gave its unanimous approval to a plan that would put in place a mentoring program for at-risk youth at La Marque High School.
Ball High girls basketball coach Sonny Benefield likens his three starting seniors — Sheridan Hopkins, Martina Rawls and Olivia Sjostrom — to a colorful jigsaw puzzle.
Clear Creek boys basketball took another step toward the top of Class 6A, while the Clear Springs girls made their way into the Top 25 in the most recent Texas Association of Basketball Coaches poll, which was released Monday.
It’s good that Councilman Craig Brown has opened a debate about doing something to reduce the number of cats at large in Galveston.
It is my absolute favorite time of year: Lemonade Day Galveston County is right around the corner.
Teenagers around the world are exposed to tobacco smoke at an alarming rate, whether or not they are themselves smokers.
The University of Texas Medical Branch offers a new minimally invasive procedure to remove blood clots that has been shown to help patients better recover from a stroke. The procedure currently only is available in about half of the advanced stroke centers in the United States and UTMB is the only stroke facility in Galveston County that offers this procedure.
WASHINGTON (AP) — An appeals court is deciding whether deputy U.S. marshals who shot and wounded a teenage driver eight years ago may be sued in federal court, a case that's unfolding amid a national debate about police use of force and the legal protections afforded to law enforcement.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Once upon a time, the story of women's tennis was all about Serena and Venus Williams: The two sisters who rose from the concrete courts of Compton, California to play such transcending tennis that for a while the Grand Slams were nicknamed the Sisters Slams.
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