Chief: Marshall police needs 30 to 40 officers to operate way it should
MARSHALL — The Marshall Police Department needs between 30 and 40 more officers for it to operate the way its police chief says it should.
Gregg County commissioners to consider insurance for volunteers
The Gregg County Commissioners Court on Monday is scheduled to consider insurance coverage for law enforcement volunteers and an annual fund transfer to participate in a federal program to help fund i
Organizer of Ferguson rally in Longview a mystery
Longview police are preparing for a possible rally or protest after a Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decides whether to indict a police officer in connection with the shooting of an unarmed man in tha
Longview parks board to discuss fields rental fee
The Longview Parks and Recreation Advisory Board plans to discuss the rental policy of the city’s 51 recreation fields when it meets at noon Monday.
Pot found in truck parked at H-E-B
A pickup truck with more than 550 pounds of marijuana in it was found Wednesday at an H-E-B parking lot in South Laredo, police said.
Recordings: Kilgore College official broke asbestos laws, covered it up
In secretly recorded conversations, a Kilgore College official admits to covering up asbestos violations and talks about withholding environmental reports from the public.
Mrs. Johnson's 7th grade science class at Waskom Middle School have been studying weathering, erosion and deposition.
A perilous stretch
REYNOSA, Mexico — Juan Marcos Guardado Salinas ran his thumb across the scars on his scalp, a painful reminder of beatings suffered as prisoner to the ruthless Gulf Cartel, he said.
Waskom man arrested on drug charges
MARTIN, KY — A traffic stop on Route 80 proved to be the end of the line for a Texas man wanted in his home state on drug charges.
Judge ranks nationally for closing complex cases
He’s only been in office for three years, but Rodney Gilstrap, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Texas-Marshall Division, is already leading the pack as the top trial court judge in the
Kilgore College auditorium open before air test results known
KILGORE — Kilgore College Rangerettes rehearsed Friday afternoon in Dodson Auditorium, despite the college president saying earlier that the building would remain closed pending air quality tests afte
Suspect arrested in assault case
A man has been arrested in connection with an assault that left a 36-year-old woman with severe bruising on her arms and body, Laredo police said.
Wonderland of Lights kicks of Wednesday
As the opening ceremony inches closer for the Wonderland of Lights, the final touches are being handled in order for everything to go smoothly Wednesday night.
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