New York Post
Man dead for 200 years gets American citizenship
Immigration reform may be dead this year, but Republicans and Democrats have agreed on a path to citizenship for one guy: Bernardo de GA lvez y Madrid, the Viscount of GA lvez.
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The Motley Fool
Check out These Growing Energy Exporters
Refiners can make a pretty penny exporting refined crude products, but first they need to get their hands on cheap U.S. crude.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Spectacular reef awaits divers off Galveston's coast
When you think about Galveston, you probably picture sun and surf, maybe the Pleasure Pier or sometimes seaweed, but you probably don't think about great diving.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Testosterone does not cause heart attacks in older men reports new study
A new study of 24,000 Medicare patients reported that testosterone therapy did not increase the risk of heart attack, and it even lowered the risk of heart attack by 31% in a group of men at increased risk for a heart attack.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Juneteenth celebrated in Milton
The members of Delta Sigma Theta Soroity gathered for a group photo during the event.
Texas Radio Hall of Fame for 2014 inductees
Texas radio greats to be honored in hall of fame ceremony The Texas Radio Hall of Fame, an organization dedicated to honoring the greats in Texas radio, has a big announcement.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Should Black Americans Celebrate Independence Day? [VIDEO]
Since the American colonies declared independence from Great Britain in 1776, there have been questions of what that independence means for America's black citizens.
The Family Badge
Security beefed up for hearing in Galveston murder case
Esquivel's bond had been set at $150,000 but was lowered to $40,000 on condition she wear an ankle bracelet monitor and adhere to a strict curfew.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Tila Tequila shows off baby bump as she poses poolside in skimpy bikini
The 32-year-old reality star showed off her blossoming belly in a skimpy hot pink bikini as she posed poolside in Galveston, Texas.
'Hellion': Texas filmmaker talks about her rural family drama
Writer/director Kat Candler vividly recalls the first time she witnessed the spectacle of oil refineries at night.
UTMB study shows testosterone therapy does not increase heart attack risk
Testosterone prescriptions for older men in the United States have increased more than three-fold over the past decade.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Galveston Co. commissioner's ex-aide pleads no contest, fined $1
The former executive assistant to Galveston County Commissioner Ken Clark pleaded no contest Tuesday to charges that she attended to Clark's political business while on county time and equipment.
Treviso Announces Medical Director and Management
LONGVIEW, TX, June 27, 2014-Treviso Transitional Care, a post-acute transitional health care center, today announced that Longview Orthopedic Surgeon Stephen Littlejohn will serve as its medical director.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
The Grand Announces Christmas In July Specials on Select Upcoming Productions
As a proud participant of Galveston's "Winter Wonder Island" activities, The Grand 1894 Opera House is offering special "Christmas in July" discounts from July 1 - 30, 2014, on select holiday events.
Galveston Police: Golf cart driver charged with DWI after passenger critically injured
GALVESTON, Texas A man driving a golf cart was arrested and charged with DWI after his passenger was critically injured.
Commentary: Words that resonate at Juneteenth Season
Americans observe some of their holidays on a singular day or weekend. Others are celebrated over the course of several days for what is known as a season.
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Katie's Seafood is sued after employee is injured at sea
Christopher Matis filed a lawsuit June 17 in the Galveston County District Court against Katie's Seafood LLC, citing negligence.
Metal Center News
3-2011 Red Metals Outlook
For the past five years, members of the copper and brass supply chain have been riding the red metals roller coaster, hanging on for dear life through the material's stomach-wrenching price swings.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Omaha Celebrates Juneteenth
A popular north Omaha tradition was held on Saturday with the Juneteenth parade, the culmination of more than a week of events commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. It was June 19, 1865 that Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas with news the Civil War had ended and that slaves were now free.