Longview Restaurants With Disappointing Health Inspection Reports - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

7/13/06-Longview

Longview Restaurants With Disappointing Health Inspection Reports

      4 Longview restaurants were singled out for the most serious violations in the latest inspection period by the health department, including Carters Bar-B-Que at 519 south Eastman Road. Hot and cold foods were held at unsafe temperatures, utensils were not sanitized, and cross contamination of raw and cooked foods was found. They scored a "D".

       10 violations were found in a June 22nd inspection of Catfish Village at 2005 Toler road. Food contact surfaces were not cleaned, utensils were not sanitized and cold foods were at unsafe temperatures. They scored a "C".

       Jalisco Mexican restaurant at 1306 east Marshall Avenue had 9 violations in a June 21st inspection. Hot and cold foods were at unsafe temperatures, employees were inadequately washing hands, and cross contamination of raw and cooked foods was found. They scored a "C".  

      7 violations were found at the restaurant inside "24 hour fueling" at 5909 west Marshall avenue in a June 21st inspection. Stored foods were not properly protected, there were hygienic violations among employees, and cold foods were at unsafe temperatures. They scored a "B".

     All reports are provided by the Longview environmental health department.

    Bob Hallmark reporting.

  • NewsMore>>

  • East Texas Volunteer Firefighter drowns

    East Texas Volunteer Firefighter drowns

    Sunday, July 23 2017 3:27 AM EDT2017-07-23 07:27:04 GMT
    Source: Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department's FacebookSource: Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department's Facebook

    A volunteer firefighter and support personnel with the Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department has died.

    More >>

    A volunteer firefighter and support personnel with the Lake Palestine East Volunteer Fire Department has died.

    More >>
  • Camp Coverage: Dallas Cowboys arrive in Oxnard, California

    Camp Coverage: Dallas Cowboys arrive in Oxnard, California

    Saturday, July 22 2017 11:50 PM EDT2017-07-23 03:50:41 GMT
    KLTV StaffKLTV Staff
    Around 4:15 p.m. PDT, the Cowboys arrived at the Ventura County Naval Base in Pt. Mugu. And every player was dressed in a suit and tie, a pretty business like approach already being sent from Head Coach Jason Garrett. Before taking buses to the training camp headquarters in Oxnard, the players and Coach Garrett took time to sign autographs for the military and their families. "I think it really puts things in perspective. You know these guys are out here risking their live...More >>
    Around 4:15 p.m. PDT, the Cowboys arrived at the Ventura County Naval Base in Pt. Mugu. And every player was dressed in a suit and tie, a pretty business like approach already being sent from Head Coach Jason Garrett. Before taking buses to the training camp headquarters in Oxnard, the players and Coach Garrett took time to sign autographs for the military and their families. "I think it really puts things in perspective. You know these guys are out here risking their live...More >>
  • ETX teen raises funds for 31 bullet proof vests in 31 days

    ETX teen raises funds for 31 bullet proof vests in 31 days

    Saturday, July 22 2017 10:06 PM EDT2017-07-23 02:06:14 GMT
    An East Texas boy scout has achieved his goal of raising enough money to purchase 31 bullet proof vests in 31 days. 13 year old Jaxon Holland was raising the funds for his Eagle Scout project and surpassed his goal. Holland raised $18,000 which will cover 34 vests plus accessories. The vests will be donated to the Wood County Sheriff’s office. Jaxon’s family tells us he successfully earned his eagle badge after completing the fundraiser. RELATED: http://www.kltv.com/st...More >>
    An East Texas boy scout has achieved his goal of raising enough money to purchase 31 bullet proof vests in 31 days. 13 year old Jaxon Holland was raising the funds for his Eagle Scout project and surpassed his goal. Holland raised $18,000 which will cover 34 vests plus accessories. The vests will be donated to the Wood County Sheriff’s office. Jaxon’s family tells us he successfully earned his eagle badge after completing the fundraiser. RELATED: http://www.kltv.com/st...More >>
Powered by Frankly