A look back on last week's public safety coverage across East Texas
- By Christina Cavazos email@example.com
Longview Mayor Andy Mack said Sunday that, as far as he is “aware,” a white supremacy conference did not take place in the city this weekend.
- Robin Y Richardson
Jefferson ISD Trustee and former City Tourism Director Kevin Godfrey has been indicted by a Marion County grand jury on two counts of injury t…
Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week may have ended, but efforts to educate and encourage keeping children secure in vehicles continues throu…
Continued high COVID-19 spread in the area has forced the cancelation of Kilgore’s National Night Out parties.
A 48-year-old Gilmer woman was killed Friday in a one-vehicle crash on U.S. 80 in Upshur County, according to Texas Department of Public Safet…
As of 3 p.m. Saturday, the blockades near the Gregg County Courthouse in downtown Longview have been removed.
- By Jo Lee Ferguson firstname.lastname@example.org
Curtis Chalupa with the Texas Veterans Commission said he did” a “double-take” when he saw the number of veterans employed by Longview-based B…
- By Christina Cavazos and Courtney Stern email@example.com
Though no permits have been filed, a white unity conference advertised as being planned today in Longview remains a possibility on private pro…
- From Staff Reports
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is looking for an inmate worker who walked off from his assignment Friday morning in Marshall.
Trial dates are set for two Longview men charged with deadly conduct after police said they shot at homes and cars in January 2020.
A trial date is set for a Longview man who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a Longview motel room.
A Kilgore woman is expected to plead guilty to a charge related to taking clothing and money from a Longview nonprofit organization.
A DeSoto man charged with murder in the 2018 stabbing death of a News-Journal newspaper carrier is set to go on trial Jan. 18.
A Longview man arrested a charge of theft of a firearm is accused of posing with the gun on social media, according to court documents.
- By Zak Wellerman firstname.lastname@example.org
A high-speed chase that crossed over into Van Zandt County led to an officer-involved shooting overnight Monday.
Courtney Stern is a public safety reporter covering a wide range of topics. She grew up in Baltimore and later earned a journalism degree from the University of Miami. Stern moved to East Texas from Iowa with her husband and two dogs, Pebbles and Bam Bam.
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