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Home permits within the city of Longview held steady at six issued in October — the same as a year ago, according to data from the city’s Development Services Department.

Eastman Chemical Co.’s third-quarter operating results took a $15 million hit related to an August electric outage that temporarily shut down its plant just outside Longview and left about 85,000 Northeast Texans without power.

There was more negative news for the crude oil exploration-and-production industry in the United States last week as prices dipped again, inventories rose again and the drilling rig count declined again.

SULPHUR SPRINGS — On a cold afternoon in January, Marc Maxwell strode across the historical town square in this Northeast Texas town, pointing to all the new restaurants, bars and boutiques on its periphery. Maxwell, a jovial public servant who has been Sulphur Springs’ city manager for more…

The Great Chicken Sandwich War of 2019 ruffled some feathers, everyone taking sides, Chick-fil-A, Popeyes and Wendy’s sending salvos over Twitter, prompting taste tests, editorials about cultural appropriation and extreme chicken sandwich partisanship. Americans queued up in absurd lines unt…

Canada’s beleaguered energy sector suffered another morale blow as Encana Corp. — one of its marquee companies that was born out of the 19th-century railway boom — announced plans to move its headquarters to the U.S. and drop the link to Canada from its name.

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Frigid temperatures are descending across much of the United States, bringing snow and ice to many Midwestern states.

A week after the biggest single-week decline in six months, the number of U.S. rigs drilling for oil and natural gas continued to fall in the past week, Baker Hughes said Friday.

CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. — Retirees Susie and Paul Sensmeier stood outside of their front door, watching as a small drone zipped over their neighborhood and headed for their rambler.

As part of the pending trade deal between the U.S. and China, the Chinese are expected to go on a food-buying frenzy.


ADA, Okla. — Oklahoma’s history is so deeply intertwined with the 39 Native American tribes located there that the state’s creation in 1907 was celebrated with a symbolic wedding ceremony between the Indian and Oklahoma territories.

Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, scrappy startups that share a penchant for superlatives and a commitment to protecting the environment, have dominated the relatively new market for vegetarian food that looks and tastes like meat.