As Texans Celebrate Juneteenth Push Strengthens To Make The Emancipation Day A National HolidayTexans have celebrated Juneteenth for 155 years, but this year -- as the world joins America protesting and speaking out about racial injustice -- the observance has grown larger and has an added importance.
Texans Hit The Beach Memorial Day Weekend As Reopening Continues: 'I See A Lot Of People, I Don't See Any Masks'Large crowds of people could be seen at beaches in Texas this Memorial Day weekend as the state continues to slowly reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Official: 2 People Shot, Injured At Jeep Weekend In TexasA police official says that two people were shot when a man fired into a group of people during a Jeep Weekend event in Galveston this weekend.
Carnival Cancels Cruises Through July, Plans 'Phase-In' Approach In AugustCarnival Cruise Lines announced Monday that it is canceling cruises through July and is planning on resuming service in North America using a "phase-in" approach in August.
Millionaire Who Admitted To Dismembering Texas Man Faces Trial In California For Friend's KillingHe admitted to cutting up the body of a 71-year-old Texas man, placing the remains in garbage bags and casting them out to sea, now Robert Durst is on trial for another murder in California.
51 Animals, Including Chickens, Goats And Horse Rescued From 'Deplorable' Hoarder's HomeAfter calls from neighbors about a "horrendous smell," Galveston police rescued 51 animals rescued include 39 dogs, seven chickens, two goats, one horse, one cat and one goose from a house.
Woman Between 30-35 Becomes Texas' 3rd Vaping-Related DeathOn New Year's Eve the national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses touched North Texas when a teen died in Dallas, now another death is being reported farther south.
WATCH: Metal Beam Falls Off Ferris Wheel During Texas FestivalA crowd of people at a festival near Galveston was caught by surprise last Friday after a metal beam fell off a ferris wheel -- while passengers were on it.
Denny's Waitress' Commute Gets Much Shorter After Customers Give Her A CarThe waitress, Adriana Edwards of Galveston, said she had been walking about 14 miles to and from work each day.
Bodycam Video Shows Texas Officers On Horseback Leading Handcuffed Man By RopeIn August Galveston police apologized after white officers on horseback led a handcuffed black man down city streets by rope -- now the department has released the bodycam video.
'Life-Threatening' Flash Floods Possible As Tropical Storm Imelda Forms In Gulf, Affecting Houston, Galveston AreasTropical Storm Imelda has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to bring heavy rain and flash floods to areas of southeast Texas starting Tuesday.