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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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Earth Day activities across the USA

A number hotels and destinations are celebrating Earth with events and deals. Here's what you do for the Earth this weekend.

In recorded jail call, Robert Durst tells friend he regrets doing 'The Jinx'

New York real estate magnate Robert Durst, right, shown at an earlier hearing, appeared in court Thursday for a pretrial hearing. In a jail call recorded in 2015, Robert Durst told a friend he regretted giving interviews to the producers of "The Jinx," saying he realized while watching the six-part HBO documentary that he "definitely had a problem."

The Trinity River: It Runs to the Sea

On the muddy banks of the Trinity River, near downtown Dallas. According to Ben Sandifer, prints on the right were likely made by a Great Blue Heron-a bird whose feet are adapted for walking in salt marshes and across mud without sinking.

NASA announces QSF series to validate community response technique

A NASA F/A-18 is shown here demonstrating a quiet supersonic dive maneuver at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center in California. The maneuver is designed to produce a quiet "thump" in a particular area in place of the typical sonic boom associated with supersonic flight, or flight that is faster than the speed of sound.

Gulf Research Program awards over $340,000 to assist research impacted by hurricanes

The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine today announced 11 grant awards totaling $341,283 to assist in the recovery of Gulf Coast scientific research efforts impacted by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. These awards are the result of the first of two fast-track grant cycles for Scientific Research Disaster Recovery Grants announced last November to help with repair, replacement, or recovery of equipment, data, or other research materials damaged or lost as a result of the hurricanes and their aftermaths.

High-quality, short-term nursing stays lower risk of seniors entering long-term care

Seniors who seek rehab at higher-rated short term nursing facilities are less likely to transition into long-term care facilities afterward, finds a study published online first in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society . "Experts have raised concerns about the uneven quality of SNF services, the substantial differences among them, and how they are used in different parts of the country," wrote researchers , led by James S. Goodwin, M.D., of the Sealy Center on Aging, University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX.

Prichard announces plans for Juneteenth Jubilee

Pastor Walter Bracy speaks an an event announcing details of Prichard's 2018 Juneteenth celebrations. To the right of Bracy are Prichard mayor Jimmie Gardner and members of the city's Junteteenth committee.

"It's our form of apartheid": How Galveston stalled public housing...

Leon Phillips, Rosalyn Jackson and her father, Martin Jackson, left to right, in Martin Jackson's apartment at Cedars at Carver Park in Galveston, Texas. The apartment is part of a mixed-income development built to replace some of the island's destroyed public housing.

Front Porch Series kicks off tonight

The Friends of Downtown Friendswood will debut The Front Porch Series featuring music and unique stories from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at the Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum at 108 Skyview Terrace in Friendswood. Country western group Jake Bush Duo will perform tonight; country performer Jack Nelson, April 20; and Bluegrass and Western group Wild River Trio will round out the performances April 27. Those attending the free event are encouraged to take a picnic dinner, lawn chairs, and blankets.

Harvey out, Harold in as deadly hurricane names retired

Homes are surrounded by floodwater Sept. 1, 2017, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey near Galveston, Texas.

Take A Vacation To Galveston, TX

Galveston, Texas is the best place to vacation. There are so many things to do a person could never get bored.

Air pollution in Houston/Galveston region could increase under EPA-created loophole, study finds

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks at a news conference at the EPA in Washington. Pruitt has ndicated he may target a longstanding federal waiver that allows California to set its own, tougher tailpipe emission standards, an exception that's allowed the state to prod the rest of nation to do more against air pollution and climate change for a half-century.

SEC accuses 2 Texas companies with running Ponzi scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday that it accused Clifton E. Stanley, 66, of Galveston, Texas; The Lifepay Group; Michael E. Watts, 62, of Sugar Land, Texas; and SMDRE LLC with violating securities-registration and antifraud laws. John Cossum, a Houston attorney for Watts, said his client denies the allegations.

Most severe hurricanes to hit the United States

8, 1900. More than 6,000 people were killed and 10,000 left homeless from the storm.

Research on Coastal Housing Recovery After Natural Disasters Shows Gaps in Recovery Policies

AMES, Iowa A team including an Iowa State University researcher studied Galveston, Texas, homes following Hurricane Ike, finding that the types of housing and homeowners and how U.S. recovery policy handles each played a major role in recovery outcomes. Sara Hamideh, an assistant professor of community and regional planning whose research focuses on disaster resilience and recovery, said the team's research shows the United States needs to change how it funds housing recovery.

The Marshall Plan Was Trumpism in Reverse

Blending generosity and global savvy, the Marshall Plan remains a measuring rod for America's ability to balance toughness in foreign policy with the cultivation of alliances. Provided his confirmation hearings to be the new secretary of state go smoothly, Mike Pompeo will have the start of the Marshall Plan to celebrate during his first month in office.

Texas health clinic may have exposed patients to HIV, Hepatitis

The Galveston County Health District is working in conjunction with the Department of State Health Services to investigate the risk of disease transmission related to infection control practices at the Coastal Health & Wellness clinics located in Texas City and Galveston. "Although we have no conclusive evidence at this time that disease transmission has taken place from procedures that were performed at Coastal Health & Wellness, we want to err on the side of caution and offer testing to any patients who could have been impacted," said Dr. Philip Keiser, Galveston County Local Health Authority.

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