Gregg County Jail
A Longview man was sentenced to federal prison for trafficking in anabolic steroids. He also agreed to forfeit guns, a truck and nearly a half-million dollars.
A fourth civil lawsuit has been filed against a Longview doctor accused of sexually assaulting boys during counseling sessions.
The Smith County Sheriff’s Office said one person died and another is in critical condition after a shooting early Tuesday in the Chapel Hill area.
Federal agents used two East Texans’ own social media posts to arrest them in connection with the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. In those posts, one of the men tells other “patriots” to get their weapons and calls the riot “the second revolution.”
The Kilgore City Council has given approval for the city's police department to move into Phase II of implementing a new body and dashboard camera system.
A man on death row convicted in the 2008 death of his girlfriend’s child in Rusk County has been granted a second stay of execution, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals announced Friday.
Three students were taken to a local hospital to be checked Thursday morning after a Gladewater ISD bus struck a tree, according to Superintendent Sedric Clark.
A Longview clinic has agreed to pay more than $330,000 in a civil claim for improper billing to Medicare, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas Stephen J. Cox announced Tuesday.
A Marshall man and Harleton woman were arrested Thursday after the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant and found a “large amount” of drugs, cash and stolen firearms.
Just as a shepherd protects his flock, Starrville Methodist Church Pastor Mark Allen McWilliams cared for his congregation up until his death on Sunday.
The New Year saw a changing of the guard for the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office as newly-elected Sheriff Brandon “BJ” Fletcher took his oath of office — before a courtroom of family, friends and fellow law enforcement officers — at the stroke of midnight.
Officials have released more information about a wreck Monday between Kilgore and Tyler in which four people were killed.
A former Elysian Fields teacher, Christopher Harrison Eppley, has been indicted by a Harrison County grand jury for improper relationship between an educator and student.
A 32-year-old Marshall man has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for drug trafficking crimes, U.S. Attorney Stephen J. Cox announced.
Members of the Marshall Prayer Force have given local first responders a total of $10,000 in Christmas bonuses as a token of appreciation.
The city of Tyler will pay a $300,000 settlement in connection with a lawsuit alleging actions by Tyler and Smith County law enforcement led to a man's death.