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"Texans pay the sixth-highest property tax in the nation and Texans have told us loud and clear that common-sense property tax reform legislation is long... [Read More]
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Several new programs that city departments requested didn't make it on the proposed budget. The council could add some programs when they vote on an... [Read More]
With a solid core returning, the Friendswood Lady Mustangs will be looking to build on their success from last season. [Read More]
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A little over a month since a car crashing into a house in the 2800 block of Avenue K led to the death of a... [Read More]
Galveston Mayor Jim Yarbrough is right in wanting to avoid a bargaining session when the police union appears today at a workshop meeting of the... [Read More]
Several tourist-centered organizations could stand to lose thousands of dollars in anticipated grant money from a Galveston board that administers the funds. [Read More]
Texas City water customers will likely see an increase in their bills in September after city commissioners approved a water rate increase. [Read More]
Despite their impressive record, the Houston Astros have two positions where they should upgrade at before the trade deadline hits: starting pitching and relief pitching.... [Read More]
In a ceremony Wednesday, water authority officials announced the name of their new $18 million pump house. [Read More]
Middleton out-raises Faircloth; Quidditch and bathroom bills; and a Congressional progress report. [Read More]
The last day for seniors, disabled persons and disabled vets to make the final quarter installment for 2016 property taxes is July 31. Avoid hefty... [Read More]
Ball High School students and Randalls have joined forces again this year for a special two-week, in-store promotion to kick off the 37th annual ABC13... [Read More]
It was 1964 and then President Lyndon Baines Johnson asked Congress to pass legislation that would address the plight facing our most vulnerable citizens, i.e.,... [Read More]
Television news has been filled almost exclusively recently with stories about the "terrible" son of the president and his apparent flirtations with "evil" Russian officials. [Read More]
Wednesday showers were scattered around the Galveston Bay Complex; however, they were not nearly as widespread as earlier this week. They did not seem to... [Read More]
"Straight Outta Tombstone," edited by David Boop, Baen Books, 2017, 272 pages, $16... [Read More]
On June 28 at the University of Texas Medical Branch's League City campus, community and business leaders as well as elected officials were invited to... [Read More]