Galveston Ready For Labor Day WeekendJust in time for Labor Day Galveston Island has re-opened for business!
State Of Texas Evacuating Galveston County ResidentsThe state of Texas is coordinating an effort to evacuate Galveston County residents who were impacted by flood waters.
Dickens on the Strand 11-29-15MIX 96-5's Sarah E! sits down with Will Wright (Director of Communications and Events for the Galveston Historical Foundation) to talk about Dickens on the Strand. They discuss the costumes, culture and fanfare related to this Victorian Holiday Festival. Dickens on the Strand runs from December 4th-6th. Visit dickensonthestrand.org for tickets and more information.
5 Best Beach Towns In TexasA visit to the Texas Coast is a great way to stay cool over the summer.
Top Spring Break 2015 Destinations Near Houston For College StudentsCollege students go to school mostly to learn but everyone needs a break from the daily grind. Spring break represents the perfect excuse to close the books and forget about school for a while at these nearby destinations.
Man Found Not Guilty Of Abusing Son Locked In BoxA Galveston County jury has returned a not-guilty verdict against a man who authorities had accused of abusing his son by locking him in a wooden box.
Texas To Create 2 Units To Treat Ebola PatientsTexas will create containment facilities in North Texas and Galveston to treat any future Ebola patients.
Cruise Ship Docked With Ebola-Watched Health WorkerThe Galveston-based Carnival Magic returned to her home port after being refused entry to Cozumel by Mexican health officials.
Former Fire Chief Surrenders For Allegedly Misspending Money A former volunteer fire chief in Southeast Texas has surrendered on theft-related counts after about $70,000 in department money allegedly was misspent.
Outdoor Show: Fri Aug 01
Man Gets 50 Years For Texas Holding Cell Attack A man with 10 prior felony convictions has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for fighting with several Southeast Texas jail officers.
Texas Woman Gets 3 Years After Scamming Financial Clients A South Texas woman who scammed financial clients by using an actor pretending to be a wealthy investor has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.