The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a gunman after bullets ripped through a couple of homes on Monday night.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the shooter after he fired shots into a couple of homes last night.
According to a national report, Galveston’s cruise business grew by 13 percent in 2018. The one-millionth passenger was Mark Martin and his wife, Laurie Steele Martin, from Mission Viejo, California.
The Galveston Railroad Museum is making Christmas dreams come true by granting rides on the Polar Express!
Carnival Cruise Line confirmed that seven guests traveling on a cruise ship out of Galveston were involved in a bus crash while on an independent tour in Belize.
The Salvation Army dining hall in Galveston will be open until 5 p.m. Tuesday for anyone who needs to get out of the cold.
At around 6:00 p.m., officers responded to an incident in which four people were on a boat that crashed into the jetty about one or two miles offshore. The boat sank, and the four people are stranded on the rock jetty, according to Fire Chief Charlie Olsen.
Cold weather is causing concern for four stranded after a Galveston boat crash.
This marker honors the doctors who put service to their country and others before self. Now they’re remembered here at the Old Red Plaza on the campus of UTMB Galveston.
The event boasts various motorcycle and car contests, free concerts, food, and the Miss Lone Star contest.
The largest 4-day biker rally in North America boosts various motorcycle and car contests, free concerts, food, and the Miss Lone Star contest all in Galveston.
Boats and helicopters are searching for the 26-year-old man who was reported overboard from the cruise ship 47 miles southeast of Galveston
The Jamaica Beach officer sustained multiple injuries and was taken to the hospital.
Heavy rains on Monday have put parts of Galveston underwater.
The driver of a car had to be cut out of their vehicle after a crash with a trolley in Galveston.
The man who was arrested by Galveston Mounted Patrol officers in a controversial video is speaking out.
Donald Neely, the man arrested in the controversial video of Galveston officers roping him and leading him by horse, is speaking out in an exclusive interview with FOX 26.
The Galveston Police Department released the body camera video of a controversial arrest in which a man was arrested by two police officers on horseback and escorted through several blocks tied to a rope.
FOX 26 reporter Damali Keith
FOX 26 reporter Randy Wallace