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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

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Rally to support arming teachers kicks off in Santa Fe

Mark Crampton, of Galveston, holds his long rifle with his dog "Maggie Me Love" during a pro-gun rally, at Runge Park Saturday, June 23, 2018, in Santa Fe. This Is Texas Freedom Force invited the public in Santa Fe & surrounding areas to join the discussion about arming teachers and school staff.

He fell 40 feet from a bridge taking a selfie. Then Texas cops found the warrant

A 38-year-old man in Galveston fell off a bridge Friday and into the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway , according to the Galveston County Daily News. He told police he fell off the Galveston Causeway bridge connecting the mainland to Galveston Island in a botched attempt at taking a selfie.

'Little Jacob' identified; 2 women, including mother, arrestedLearn More

Two women, including the child's mother, have been arrested in the "Little Jacob" case, Galveston police announced Wednesday morning during a press conference. Police said Rebecca Rivera, 34, the mother of the child, and Dania Sarai Amezquita Gomez, 31, are charged with tampering with/fabricating physical evidence.

Juneteenth: Freedom's Promise Still Denied

For hundreds of thousands of African-Americans stuck in pretrial detention - accused but not convicted of a crime, and unable to leave because of bail - that promise remains unfulfilled. And coming immediately after Father's Day, it's also a reminder of the loss associated with the forced separation of families.

NASA's all-electric plane could reduce noise, environmental impact of air travel

NASA says its all-electric X-57 plane could make its first flight in 2019, and that it hopes it will reduce noise, improve efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of air travel in the long run. The technical lead of the X-57 "Maxwell" program with the U.S. space agency tells Popular Mechanics that the plane's first flight "will likely occur sometime in 2019."

Gov. Rauner proclaims Juneteenth Day in Illinois

Gov. Bruce Rauner proclaimed June 19, 2018 as Juneteenth Day in Illinois to commemorate the emancipation of slaves in the U.S. On June 19, 1865 Union soldiers landed in Galveston, Texas with news that the Civil War had ended and slaves had been freed. "It is a privilege to celebrate Juneteenth with our African-American communities and work with them to encourage entrepreneurial development and promote a greater appreciation of the contributions that African Americans make to our culture and our commerce," said Gov. Rauner.

Compare Trump's Juneteenth statement to Obama's

President Trump on Monday released his first Juneteenth statement, recognizing the Army officer who made the announcement that inspired those first Juneteenth celebrations in 1865. Melania and I send our warmest greetings to all those celebrating Juneteenth, a historic day recognizing the end of slavery.

What is Juneteenth? We explain the holiday that commemorates the end of slavery

On June 19, 1865, Major Gen. Gordon Granger came to Galveston, Texas, to inform the community that President Abraham Lincoln two years earlier had freed slaves.

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Pastor J.K. Best and Prophetess Doris Best show a portrait and architectural drawing of the planned family enrichment center.

Spirit of Emancipation banquet honors cosmetologists

The Junteenth celebration continued Monday with a ceremony to honor those who make everyone look good.The Spirit of Emancipation banquet honored cosmetologists who include barbers, beauticians and manicurists. The speaker was Dr. Eunice Dudley, who started several cosmetology schools across the country, and in Africa, with her husband.

Another Independence Day Independenc Independence DayIndependence Day

On the west side of State Line Avenue, Texas Independence Day is marked on March 2, a commemoration of the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico. In September 1862, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation declaring that slaves would be freed in those U.S. states deemed to still be in rebellion against the United States as of January 1863.

Manta rays in the waters of Archipelago de Revillagigedo in Mexico. Photo: Unesco

A reef system in the Gulf of Mexico helps answer a question that has long puzzled marine biologists - where are the baby manta rays? The University of California, San Diego has discovered the world's first known nursery for manta rays, an idyllic spot in the Gulf of Mexico where the "gentle giants" approach divers along colourful reefs that seem drawn from the imagination of Walt Disney. An exploration team led by Josh Stewart, who is finishing up his doctorate in marine biology at the university's Scripps Institution of Oceanography, made the discovery and confirmed its importance over the past few years.

Don't miss the last Juneteenth events around Fort Worth

On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, TX, and announced the end of the Civil War and the end of slavery. The celebration is especially important in the state.

From Air Corps to Skype

When Paul Kessler served with the U.S. Army Air Corps in Gander, Newfoundland, in World War II, servicing B-17 bombers flying to and from England, conditions were so rough that mail had to be parachuted in from planes overhead.

Rain is forecast for Monday, June 18, 2018 as a tropical disturbance moves into the state.

A tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico will finally reach Texas this week, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms to the Houston area today through Thursday, meteorologists said. Rainfall, which will move inland, will total as high as a projected 10 to 12 inches at Magnolia Bay, according to the National Weather Service.

Juneteenth Festival in Southeast draws crowd of 500 people

A diverse group came together Saturday in the District to commemorate the abolition of slavery with a street festival that highlighted black entrepreneurship, community outreach and the history of Juneteenth. "I'm super excited just to see all of the color," said Omaris Caceres, 19, who attended the city's annual Juneteenth Festival in Southeast.

Alamance County groups collaborate to observe Juneteenth

Around 100 people turned out Saturday, June 16, for the first countywide "Juneteenth: Celebrate Freedom" event, which featured two monologues from accomplished actors. The Snow Camp Outdoor Theatre, Alamance NAACP and the African-American Cultural Arts and History Center partnered up to host the Juneteenth celebration at the threater.

Community comes together to celebrate Juneteenth in Lubbock

Cheryl Givens-Wiley moved from Lubbock to Dallas 18 years ago. But every year, she said, she makes the trip back to her hometown in June to celebrate Juneteenth with her family.

Denton marks beginning of Juneteenth with gospel show

Juneteenth marks June 19, 1865, the day United States Army naval ships docked in Galveston, Texas and delivered the message that emancipation was finally coming to Texas. Emancipation officially went into effect over two years prior on Jan. 1, 1863 but rebellious slave states, including Texas, refused to comply until the day marked by the historic holiday.

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Senate health and labor committee Chairman Lamar Alexander today led a group of 30 Senate Republicans urging the Trump Administration to expand access to lower cost employer insurance to potentially millions more Americans.

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