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During the Texas Revolution, Galveston was the main port for the Texas Navy, and at one time was the capital of the Republic of Texas. In 1900, a hurricane devastated Galveston, and the ensuing natural disaster still counts as the deadliest in U.S. history. In current times, the economy revolves around tourism, health care, shipping and financial industries. Galveston is located on Galveston Island, a barrier island on the Texas Gulf coast.

Population: 57466
Local Newspapers: Galveston County Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA)
Local Colleges: Galveston College Texas A&M University at Galveston

Zip Codes associated with galveston, texas: 77550 77551 77554
Towns/Cities near galveston, texas : Texas City La Marque Hitchcock Santa Fe Dickinson

Galveston News
Texas man kills himself after shooting two teens

Man, 57, kills himself in parking garage of hospital where two teenage boys are recovering after he shot them in road-rage incident Ernest Milligan, 57, killed himself one day after he shot 13 rounds into a car with three teenagers inside in Galveston, Texas, on Friday evening. He hit two teen boys, but the teen girl with them was not injured A man killed himself one day after he shot 13 rounds into a car with three teenagers inside during a road rage incident.

Man sought after 2 juveniles shot after Galveston car crash

Galveston police are searching for a man who shot and wounded two juveniles during an altercation following a minor car accident.

Last chance to catch 'Dinos Alive' at Moody Gardens

If you haven't had a chance to see the "Dinos Alive" exhibit at Moody Gardens - time is running out. The exhibit, which features lifelike animatronic dinosaurs, including a full-size Tyrannosaurus, will be on display through Sunday at 1 Hope Blvd. in Galveston.

JDN announces Vacation Giveaway winner

Marshall Eli, the 3-year-old son of Mary Guidry and Hunter Crader, was the winner of the Jennings Daily News Vacation Giveaway Contest. Marshall was featured holding a copy of JDN while on Vacation in Galveston, Texas, this summer with his family.

Southeast Texas anti-domestic violence group to help pets

A crying woman called the Resource and Crisis Center's 24-hour hotline one night a few years ago. "Please, please help me," she told Beth Spencer, who was on the other end of the line.

John Shearer: Remembering Glen Campbell

As a young student at Bright School in the late 1960s and early 1970s, I remember hearing on the radio two similarly heartfelt songs that I started liking and would continue to enjoy greatly over the next 50 years.

Galveston suggested as rescue site for endangered turtles

Each time Joanie Steinhaus and her team of monitors find a turtle nest on the upper Texas coast, they act fast.

Listen to 10 Essential Glen Campbell Songs

Glen Campbell, who died of A lzheimer's disease at 81 on Tuesday, sang in the clear, caring voice of an American Everyman. With his glistening tone, guileless character and easy phrasing, he invited the listener into the song, highlighting its craft, while inhabiting the life described in the lyrics.

School claims religious exemption for 'KKK origami'

A Galveston-area private school is claiming religious exepmtion in a lawsuit brought by student who claims to have been given so-called "KKK origami" by school bullies A Galveston-area private school is claiming religious exepmtion in a lawsuit brought by student who claims to have been given so-called "KKK origami" by school bullies A Galveston ... (more)

Wednesday links

ICYMI, Friday's links are here , and include knitting as a patriotic duty in World War 1, early explosives from 16th century illustrated manuscripts, the 1900 hurricane that left over 6,000 dead in Galveston, TX, and a look at Puzzlewood, which was Tolkien's inspiration for Middle-earth.

Bayport Container Terminal extends gate hours

The U.S. Coast Guard provided 2016 transit numbers for its Vessel Traffic Service Area that spans Houston, Galveston, Texas City and about 10 miles of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. A transit is any time The U.S. Coast Guard provided 2016 transit numbers for its Vessel Traffic Service Area that spans Houston, Galveston, Texas City and about 10 Dennis Bell, left, of Texas, and John Vaugh, of Tennessee, puts a coat of paint on the HOS Centerline, an offshore supply vessel belonging to Hornbeck Offshore Services, Friday Dec. 3, 2010, at Port Fourchon in Golden Meadow, La.

2 cents: Pennies sell for $500,000 at auction

The U.S. mint switched from bronze to a zinc-coated steel in 1943 because of shortages during World War II. However, during the switch about 10-15 pennies were accidentally struck from bronze blanks stuck in a trap door of a tote bin used to feed coins into the press machinery.

NYT's Alcindor Takes Hard Left Turn into 'Environmental Justice,' Climate Racism

Taking a left-wing angle on "climate change," New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor swerved into radical racial ideas on black victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Alcindor reported from Galveston, Texas, " In Sweltering South, Climate Change Is Workplace Hazard ."

State officials: Texas ready for all hurricane comers

State officials said Friday they are ready for the 2017 hurricane season, and are closely monitoring a system now just off Mexico. State officials said Friday they are ready for the 2017 hurricane season, and are closely monitoring a system now just off Mexico.

Donald Trump, Robert Mueller, 'The Dark Tower': Your Friday Briefing

Adolfo Guerra doing lawn service in Galveston, Tex., where the temperature while he works typically reaches the 90s and 100s. For those who labor outdoors in the southern U.S., climate change can now be a personal risk.

the Texas Tenors: Rise Premieres August 2017 on PBS

America's favorite tenors are back with RISE, an all-new concert filmed in stunning 4K resolution at the beautiful Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston, TX. In their second special for PBS, The Texas Tenors follow up their Emmy Award-winning PBS special "You Should Dream" with a live orchestra and choir performing classical, pop, country and Broadway - including a show-stopping tribute to one of the most beloved and cherished musicals of all time - Les Misrables.

Activists Aim to Turn Sun Belt Into Front Line on Climate

In the sweltering Sun Belt, workers laboring outdoors are wrestling with the personal and political consequences of a worsening environment. GALVESTON, Tex.

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