A Gregg County jury on Thursday found an East Texas man not guilty of aggravated assault.
Ladadrian Deontae King cried at times and talked about being a member of Longview gang TYB before he was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in prison for killing Henry England Williams in 2018.
East Texans should be aware of common phone scams throughout the year and not just during the holidays, according to local law enforcement.
A Longview man being held on charges from the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol “presents a clear, concrete, and continuing danger to the community,” federal prosecutors said in response to his request to be released ahead of trial.
The Texas Department of Public Safety will increase traffic enforcement over the Thanksgiving holiday and following weekend, the department announced Monday.
Thousands in East Texas remain without power this morning after high winds Thursday took down power lines and toppled trees across the region.
As child sexual abuse continues to make local and national headlines, East Texas child advocacy organizations say parents should be prepared to talk to their children about abuse in an age-appropriate way.
Police say a Tyler pastor took money from an elderly couple and also opened bank accounts without consent from his previous church to pay personal bills.
Joshua Black is no longer Smith County Pct. 2 constable after he was sentenced Friday to six months in jail on a charge of official oppression.
Three suspects in a June gas station robbery in Longview “were throwing money and guns out the windows” during a police pursuit, according to court documents.
Employees with the city of Longview and Gregg County helped administer COVID-19 vaccines Thursday in the Smith County Jail.
A Tyler woman was arrested over the weekend after police say she held a grocery delivery driver inside her home and assaulted her.
A Tyler woman accused of taking a person against his will and assaulting him in Lindale last year has been sentenced to eight years probation.
A police standoff Friday evening at a Hallsville church came to an end with no injuries and no shots fired, according to Harrison County Sheriff's Office Lt. Jay Webb.
The Gregg County Commissioners Court will consider accepting the resignation of Pct. 4 Constable Danny Craig II during its Monday meeting.
A new state law banning camping in public places won’t change how Longview has been working to address homelessness in the city, and police say progress is being made since efforts began in 2018.
An East Texas man has been indicted in connection with the amputation of his disabled daughter’s feet due to frostbite during February’s winter storm.