Trinity ordered to pay $175M
A federal jury in the retrial of the False Claims Act suit filed against Trinity Industries and Trinity Highway Products by guardrail installer Joshua Harman, on behalf of the United States, has ruled
Longview ISD board says ‘no’ to Title IX bids
Longview ISD trustees rejected bid proposals Monday night for softball field renovations that were called for as result of a Title IX complaint filed in 2013.
Elysian Fields ISD holds elections
ELYSIAN FIELDS - Monday morning was the beginning of early voting in Elysian Fields for the members of the Elysian Fields Independent School District board of trustees.
Kilgore College to participate in ‘Read for the Record’ event today
The Kilgore College Early Childhood Center will host two guest readers today as part of the national “Read for the Record” event.
Kilgore ISD agrees to settle lawsuit
KILGORE — School trustees in Kilgore ISD approved a settlement Monday in a lawsuit brought by a mother who claimed an aide severely injured her disabled son, a former pre-school student.
New buses arrive for MISD fleet
Marshall ISD has added new buses to its fleet, as the new vehicles approved for purchase by the MISD Board of Trustees last month arrived last week.
Watkins aims to continue her service
Clarice “Brenda” Watkins, who was appointed justice of the peace judge for Precinct 2 last fall, said she’s running for the office in the Nov. 4 election because she loves being of service.
Fort Worth’s deal with its firefighters leaves out key piece — pensions
Mav Salon is open for business
While most teenagers are thinking of the weekend or what to do after school that doesn't involve classwork, there is a group of 92 students – males and females – who are thinking of life after high sc
Draft of Longview comprehensive plan calls for new, updated parks
April Kelsey regularly visits parks across Longview, dragged along by her daughter Joanna, 3. Kelsey said she has noticed South Longview parks are in need of repair, and there need to be more parks in
Davis rejects talk of impending defeat
FORT WORTH, Texas — Trailing in polls and money with just two weeks until Election Day, Democrat Wendy Davis on Monday cast her ballot on the first day of early voting and rejected talk that her bid f
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