GALVESTON — A pit bull that went missing from a Galveston house eight months ago and wound up in an Indiana shelter, returned to her owner on …
Teenagers on the island once again are prohibited from being in public places at night or during daytime hours.
Long-lost Galveston pit bull on the way back to island from Indiana
On Friday night, two old rivals with 6-0 records in district — two of the top 10 Class 6A teams in the state — met in a game that somehow mana…
After taking a two-point lead into halftime, the Ball High Tornadoes were outscored 20-12 in the third quarter of Friday night’s game, which e…
In the final 1:19 seconds of the game, the Brazoswood Bucs did everything possible to lose — turnovers, and going 1 of 6 at the charity stripe…
Galveston police on Wednesday seized more than two dozen horses found in poor condition and being held in a large pen used by a riding business.
LEAGUE CITY — The man found dead from what police say was a self-inflicted gunshot wound has been identified as Brandon Leutwyler.
A Bacliff man died late Wednesday night when his 1970 Volkswagen Beetle collided with another car, police said.
A 17-year-old Galveston resident was charged with murder Wednesday in the shooting death of an island man about a week ago, police said.
More than 50 supporters and members of the United Steelworkers Union marched a coffin from the union hall to the main entrance of Marathon Petroleum’s Galveston Bay Refinery Tuesday.
A state district court judge Wednesday sentenced Michael McIntosh to 180 days in jail as a condition of his 10-year probation.
Police said Thursday they had arrested four suspects — including two teenagers — on murder charges in the shooting death of a Galveston man in an apparent drug deal turned fatal.
Authorities say a 33-year-old League City man who barricaded himself inside his home before fatally shooting himself had been battling depression.
Veteran Galveston County journalist and photographer Michael Durisseau died Saturday after a long battle with a rare form of kidney disease. He was 53.
TEXAS CITY — Marathon Petroleum will move out of a 90,000-square-foot office complex that housed many of its non-operation essential employees, company officials said.