Cruise Ship With Passengers Sets Sail From Galveston For First Time In 16 MonthsFor the first time in 16 months, a Carnival cruise ship full of passengers has set sail from a port in Galveston, Texas.
COVID Outbreak Delays Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship LaunchRoyal Caribbean has been forced to postpone the inaugural sailing of its newest cruise ship after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean Resumes Cruising Out Of Texas Starting Next MonthUnvaccinated passengers must be tested for the virus and follow other measures that will be announced later, the company said.
Man Being Treated For Flesh-Eating Bacteria He Got At Texas BeachA man is currently battling a flesh-eating bacteria he got after being injured at a Texas beach earlier this month.
Carnival Cruise Ships Return To Texas Port For First Time In Over A YearAfter over a year away, the return of the ships offers a glimmer of hope for the travel industry, which has taken a huge hit during the pandemic.
Woman Who Refused To Wear Mask At Texas Bank Arrested Again For Similar IncidentA woman who was arrested at a Galveston bank after she refused to wear a mask inside is now accused of a similar incident nearly a week later.
Woman Arrested For Resisting, Trespass After Not Wearing Mask Inside Texas BankA woman was arrested at a bank in Galveston on Thursday after she refused to wear a face mask inside the building, police said. The encounter was captured on an officer's body camera.
Galveston Prepping For Spring Breakers As COVID-19 Restrictions RelaxOfficials in Galveston are getting ready for an influx in visits this month while travelers are deciding how they want to approach guidelines against COVID-19.
Texas Mom Rebecca Rivera Sentenced To Life In Prison For Death Of Her 4-Year-Old Son, JaydenShe was convicted of causing the death of her 4-year-old son, whose body was found on a Texas beach in 2017. Now, Rebecca Suzanne Rivera has been sentenced to life in prison.
Texas County To Fine Poll Workers Who Turn Away Voters For Not Wearing Face MasksA county in Texas will now begin fining poll workers who turn away voters for not wearing face masks or coverings, according to a new order signed by the county's judge.
Black Man Who Texas Police Led By Rope Sues City For $1MA Black man who was led by a rope by two officers on horseback has sued a southeast Texas city and its police department for $1 million, saying he suffered humiliation and fear during his arrest.
Tropical Storm Beta Takes Aim At The Texas Coast, Brings Threat Of Rain And Flooding -- AgainRain starts moving into North Texas and tropical storm conditions begin along the Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Beta slowly works its way into a part of the country that's already been drenched and battered this year.
Galveston Beaches Closed For July 4th Weekend Due To Coronavirus ConcernsThe beaches will be closed from 5:00 a.m Friday until 12:01 a.m. Monday. No cars will be allowed to park on Seawall Blvd during this time.
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.