Gregg County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 27-year-old Longview man Wednesday and charged him with throwing a kitchen chair at his father, hitting him in the leg, according to a report.
A 33-year-old Longview man who has been in Gregg County Jail since August on assault indictments faces additional charges of punching a jail employee and spitting on another, according to court records.
A proposed citywide ban on abortion was again subject of heated public comments at Monday’s Carthage City Commission meeting — but city officials so far have not placed the ordinance on an agenda for a vote.
In one night, the city of Easton appointed a new alderman, accepted another alderman's resignation, initiated annexation proceedings, introduced beautification and reconstruction plans and heard about the possibility of launching a fraud investigation.
A 56-year-old White Oak man was released Wednesday from Gregg County Jail on a $20,000 bond after a grand jury indictment on a charge of possession of child pornography.
KARNACK — Karnack ISD suffered significant damage during a weekend storm that rolled through East Texas late Friday and early Saturday, though the school now has electricity back on and is in session, Karnack ISD Superintendent Amy Dickson said on Monday.
The Longview Public Library has scheduled sessions for residents to make audio recordings of their memories of the area for the Longview 150 Sesquicentennial podcast.
Kilgore ISD trustees discussed the next phase in a long-running lawsuit against the district in their first board meeting of 2020 Monday evening.
A former East Mountain volunteer fire chief has pleaded guilty to misusing fire department funds and now faces two to 10 years in prison.
Gregg County led the way as several area jurisdictions faced double-digit drops in sales tax disbursements from the state this month. In a mixed-bag report from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, some cities saw minor increases, while one got news of a 70.5% increase.
Spring Hill ISD trustees approved a three-year contract extension and 5% raise for Superintendent Wayne Guidry at Monday’s school board meeting.
Pine Tree ISD Superintendent Steve Clugston will be making more money after the board approved a 5% raise at its regular meeting Monday.
The Marshall City Commission has decided not to wait until the May 2020 election to fill the District 2 seat, which became vacant due to the illness and Jan. 8 death of Commissioner Gail Beil.
Halyn McKenzie has attended Sabine ISD since prekindergarten. The high school senior is proud of her education and her community, and she believes it is why she is going to Yale University in the fall.
A notable historian, passionate journalist and committed public servant — who loved her city and the people in it — is how those who knew and loved Marshall City Commissioner Gail Beil remember her.
A Gregg County commissioner took pause when he noticed a contractor’s bid was more than $200,000 below some of his competitors, but he joined a unanimous vote to hire the firm.
The Gregg County Republican Party has scheduled two events in February for the public to meet candidates for Gregg County races in the March primaries.
The Tyler Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a human skeleton that was found behind a Tyler church in 2004.
An investigation is underway Monday after a Carthage ISD student was sent a message saying do not come to school today on social media, Superintendent John Wink said.
Community Healthcore is entering its 50th anniversary year adding more programs that aim to help East Texans with mental health, intellectual disability or substance abuse issues.
Tens of thousands across the U.S. remained without power Sunday in the wake of storms that pummeled the South, Midwest and Northeast this weekend.
Top Trump administration officials struggled Sunday to defend an airstrike that killed a senior Iranian general, acknowledging they could not confirm President Donald Trump’s Friday assertion that Iranians planned to attack four embassies.
All but four of 29 employees at Gregg County’s South Jail were disciplined after a “systematic failure” to follow supervision procedures allowed an inmate to escape undetected the week of Christmas.
It was lights out the evening of Dec. 23, and in the darkness of a Gregg County Jail cell, the goal of Jace Laws’ two months of labor was within reach.
A three-year-old philanthropy that started with the goal of alleviating Longview’s long-term homeless problem is helping to revitalize a stretch of Marshall Avenue near Teague Park.