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 A La Porte couple are the proud parents of the 1,000th baby born on Galveston Island since Hurricane Ike slammed into the hospital at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Weighing in at 6 pounds, 5 ounces, Consuelo Velazquez was born at 7:47 p.m. at John Sealy... more »

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Monday, October 13, 3:26pm News ReleasesPhotos

Texas City couple are proud parents GALVESTON, Texas - The first baby born on Galveston Island since Hurricane Ike hit on Sept. 13 was delivered today at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. The first BOI (Born on the Island) is Jennifer Ramirez-Hernandez, who was born at 8:46 a.m.... more »

Monday, October 13, 9:00am PhotosFeatures

Jennifer Ramirez-Hernandez was born at 8:46 a.m. at John Sealy Hospital on Oct. 13, becoming the first baby born since Hurricane Ike slammed into Galveston.  Her parents, Florencio and Maria Hernandez, live in Texas City.  It was exactly one month since the hurricane hit.  ... more »

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Wednesday, August 13, 10:51am PhotosFeatures

Some weather forecasters may have been recalibrating their computer software after predicting that Wednesday, Aug. 13 was going to be rain-free. more »

Friday, June 13, 12:43pm PhotosFeaturesUTMB Videos

MACHALA, ECUADOR -- It was an orthopedic surgery marathon - 55 complex surgeries in four days performed on 45 children and 10 adults - in two tiny operating rooms in Machala, Ecuador.  And, still, the UTMB surgeons, Jay Rapley and Kelly Carmichael, say they'd leap at the chance to do it... more »

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