A spokeswoman for the Texas Secretary of State says a computer issue in Southeast Texas is the only trouble so far affecting Election Day voters in the state.
Random thoughts from a worn out triathlete! Season’s over, and I am glad! Triathlon has been one of my passions of choice the last few years, and I just wrapped up the season.
One of the Navy’s newest warships, the USS Fort Worth was commissioned in Galveston Saturday morning. On Monday the ship will leave for San Diego, where it will be based.
The public has been invited to inspect the latest Navy warship — one with a Texas twist. The USS Fort Worth is scheduled for commissioning in ceremonies Saturday in Galveston.
A hacker who pleaded guilty to targeting Texas Department of Public Safety computers in February has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison.
Wildlife officials estimate nearly a million fish have been killed in Southeast Texas by the algae bloom known as red tide.
A travel association survey finds that 75 percent of the polled Texans plan to hit the road for at least one summer getaway. AAA Texas on Wednesday offered results of its summer travel survey.
Over 120 dolphins have turned up stranded in Texas since last fall, and researchers do not know why. Experts are looking at the BP oil spill and an algae bloom as possible causes.
A federal judge will hear a second day of testimony in Galveston on Tuesday as a voter advocacy group seeks an order to block some provisions of the Texas election law.
A federal judge in Galveston is to consider motions in a lawsuit filed by a Washington-based voters’ rights group that contends Texas laws make it illegally difficult to register voters.
An outbreak of canine flu has prompted the cancelation of racing for the rest of the week at a Galveston-area greyhound track.
Volunteer searchers using metal detectors have recovered a Texas woman’s engagement ring after she lost it at her husband’s grave in Colorado.