A Longview woman was helping a friend jump-start his vehicle outside of her home when she was shot and killed in 2019, according to Tuesday testimony in a Gregg County murder trial.
A Smith County jury found a former East Texas nurse guilty of capital murder Tuesday in connection with the deaths of four patients at a Tyler hospital.
A Kilgore man has been arrested on suspicion of injuring a child by beating the boy with a studded belt and buckle, according to court documents.
A 60-year-old convicted sex offender was arrested this month on a charge of indecency with a child after an incident at his Kilgore home, documents show.
The Women’s Center of East Texas will join local law enforcement and the Gregg County District Attorney’s Office this week for Purple Thursday to increase domestic violence awareness.
COVID-19’s presence in Gregg County continued to fall Monday as public health officials released reports that show few new cases and a lower seven-day rolling rate of infection.
Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Q in Tyler was the only East Texas establishment honored among Texas Monthly's top 50. The Bodacious Bar-B-Q in Hallsville and Joseph's Riverport Bar-B-Cue in Jefferson were listed among the honorable mentions.
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to block the Texas law banning most abortions, while the fight over the measure’s constitutionality plays out in the courts.
In a county where the seven day rolling rate of COVID-19 infection remains at substantial levels, while 48.73% of the population 12 and up are fully vaccinated and 76.26% of those 65 and up are fully vaccinated, the question of herd immunity rises, along with questions about protecting the unvaccinated.
The Salvation Army in Marshall started providing expanded services this month, with a staff member now working at Mission Marshall to provide social services each Friday.
Early voting is set to begin Monday for November elections, which includes eight Texas constitutional amendments and a bond referendum for Kilgore ISD residents.
After a year off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Longview Wine Festival returned Saturday to the Longview Arboretum and Nature Center.
Plans to build an affordable senior housing near the northeast corner of the Texas State Technical College on U.S. 59 in Marshall are moving forward after the state agreed to help finance the project.
After 75 years of service to the POW/MIA community and other veterans, a Longview woman was honored Friday by friends and family during a “This is Your Life”-style celebration at Parkview on Hollybrook assisted living facility.
A trial date is set for a Longview man accused of kidnapping a woman and child and sexually assaulting the woman at knifepoint.
After having watched expansions of his hospital over the years as well as big changes in equipment and procedures, Charles Beene is celebrating his 50th year of nursing at UT Health Tyler.
A 40-year-old Longview man was sentenced to six years in prison Thursday for exposing himself to a 16-year-old girl at a snow cone stand.
Cardiovascular surgeons and other members of the Christus Good Shepherd Health System gathered Thursday to celebrate the completion and opening of the $8.5 million cardiovascular care center in Longview.
The Texas Rose Festival is back to celebrate its 88th year honoring the city of Tyler’s rose industry, celebrating volunteerism and providing an area economic boost beginning today. This past year's festival was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorneys for Longview ISD argued during a virtual hearing Wednesday that Superintendent James Wilcox had the authority to issue a mask mandate under the Texas Education Code and was fulfilling his duties by providing a safe atmosphere for students and employees.
The Texas House on Wednesday approved proposed political boundaries for the lower chamber’s 150 districts that would shift Longview Republican Rep. Jay Dean’s House District 7 from Upshur and Gregg counties to Gregg, Harrison and Marion counties.
Defense attorneys for the former East Texas nurse accused of killing four patients brought back two of the prosecution’s witnesses Wednesday morning as they began presenting their evidence.
A Longview man was sentenced to prison this week for possession of child pornography charges and a violation of his sex offender registration requirements.
The Longview Unity and Diversity Committee is seeking nominations for two people to be honored at the 18th annual Unity Honors banquet scheduled for Feb. 16.
The East Texas Police Academy at Kilgore College has set a class Oct. 23 and 24 where law enforcement officials will teach the public how to drive in emergency situations.
The Texas Department of State Health Services has launched a statewide COVID-19 education campaign throughout October, focusing on smaller communities and rural areas across Texas where vaccination rates have typically been lower.
Theatre Longview will bring the classic murder mystery “Clue” to the stage beginning this weekend with performances at Grace Crossing United Methodist Church in Longview.
Her face painted like a calavera — or skull — and wearing a delicate blue hat, Pine Tree High School senior Ariel Sanchez struck a pose Tuesday as the final notes of a trumpet solo signaled the end of the Region 4 UIL Marching Contest at Pirate Stadium