Carter BloodCare is urging Texans to give blood after this past week’s winter storm spurred a limited supply.
Gov. Greg Abbott said Thursday that Texas is looking at when it will be able to lift all statewide orders related to the coronavirus pandemic and that an announcement is forthcoming.
Kilgore College trustees announced that tuition and fees will not increase for the 2021-22 school year as a response to financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Selections from “Evanescence Eidolon” by artist D.L. Simmons are on exhibit in the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Gallery on the Kilgore College campus.
One of four civil lawsuits filed against a Longview doctor charged with sexually assaulting youth patients during counseling sessions has been amended to include five more children.
A foundation created by Whitehouse native and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is donating 30,000 meals to the East Texas Food Bank to help area residents impacted by the recent winter storm.
Historic. Game changer. Thrilling. Those are some of the words local officials used to describe news that Gap Inc. will begin building an e-commerce fulfillment and distribution center starting as early as April in Longview's North Business Park off U.S. 259.
People took to social media while East Texas was snowed in to complain about Longview’s approach to roads during the storm, but the city — and the Texas Department of Transportation — say it’s an issue of resources.
A 20-year dream has become reality for Marion County as renovations to the 1913 historical county courthouse are complete and ready to be unveiled.
Four board leaders of Texas' embattled power grid operator said Tuesday they will resign following outrage over more than 4 million customers losing power during a deadly winter freeze last week.
Texas families have until Sunday to lock in the cost of undergraduate resident tuition and schoolwide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities by enrolling their children in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund, according to the comptroller's office.
WACO — Adam Flagler scored a season-high 22 points, Jared Butler had 15 of his 18 points after halftime and No. 2 Baylor finally overcame the rust of a three-week break and Iowa State for a 77-72 victory Tuesday night, making the Bears 18-0 for the first time in school history.
Elaine Roddy lived without running water in her Gladewater home for a week because of the winter storm that wreaked havoc on the city’s water lines.
“I didn’t have a drop,” Roddy said Tuesday during a free water distribution event. “I learned to boil a lot of snow, but I decided I didn't like to be a pioneer woman.”
The Greater Longview United Way is on the home stretch of its 2020-21 campaign and has raised more than $968,400 of its $1 million goal.
Longview High School graduate and Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey is setting up a virtual benefit to help Texans recover from this past week’s winter storm.
Gladewater ISD announced Monday that the district will switch to remote learning for the remainder of the week due to the city’s ongoing water issues caused by the winter storms.
Ten years ago, 5-year-old Laurel Good, of Bullard, and Indiana University student Krista Katris were complete strangers to one another.
Sally Crocker and Linda Ballard said they have both been without water for two to three days in Kilgore following the arctic blast of winter storms last week.
Panola County residents and business owners who sustained damage in the recent winter storms may be eligible for federal assistance with FEMA and the Small Business Administration.
The COVID-19 hospitalization rate in the Longview and Tyler region reached its lowest level since October with newly released state data Monday.
Neighborhood revitalization varies from lot to lot in the area around Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Birdsong Street, near Foster Middle and Hudson PEP Elementary schools in Longview.
Thanks to planning several decades ago, the City of Longview maintained an adequate supply of water to serve its residents as well as several adjacent communities during this past week’s winter storm.
East Texas residents are asked to participate in a winter weather storm damage survey hosted by the Texas Division of Emergency Management, the city of Longview announced Saturday.
Longview-area schools mostly came out of the winter storm with little to no damage and are ready to welcome back students after an unexpected week off campus.
Because of weather conditions, we will be printing one newspaper to cover Saturday and Sunday that will include more puzzles, comics, obituaries and sales ads. Carriers may start delivery of the edition Saturday afternoon but do not expect to be finished delivering until noon Sunday.
East Texas experienced more than 100 hours of sub-freezing temperatures this week, according to the National Weather Service.