Some East Texas fishermen are hoping work can be done in a timely fashion to reopen their favorite lake. Lake levels are low at lake Gilmer, and it has been closed to fishing boats over what fishermen say is repairs that the city will make to a particular part of the lake.
The search continues for an East Texas woman who was reported as a missing person earlier this week. Gregg county sheriff's office deputies are searching for 54 year old Rosemary Rodriguez, who was reported missing Tuesday. The family of Rodriguez is hoping for some news of where she is.
On Thursday, Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office deputies took part in a multi-jurisdictional/agency investigation in the Turner Hayden area that resulted in one arrest and the recovery of several stolen commercial vehicles.
East Texas police continue to gather evidence at the scene of a double murder. Two women were found dead Wednesday inside an apartment at the Stone Creek complex in Kilgore. Police are not saying how the women died, but a male relative is in custody.
After Harrison County and Marshall PD SWAT members joined forces to serve a search warrant on a home on Bishop Street, one man was arrested on felony charges, and authorities seized drugs, guns, a trailer, lawn equipment, and about $5,000 in cash.
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a 60-year-old woman Tuesday afternoon in connection with allegations that turned her dogs loose on some people that had been working for her and then fired gunshots over their heads.
Starting next September students taking the ACT college admissions test will have a new option to retake individual sections.For the first time ever, students who have already taken the exam will be able to take an individual section at a prorated fee, according to ACT officials.
Some East Texas law enforcement has cross-training in multiple areas to deal with a wide variety of emergencies. Airport divisions. The Gregg county sheriff's office airport division is one of those that has a laundry list of required training.
LeTourneau University engineering students have won first place in the Engineering World Health international competition for a non-invasive, hand-held, rugged, low-cost device designed to help diagnose iron deficiency in patients in developing countries.
According to a press release, on August 23, the Smith County Sheriff’s Office received a fraud report from a victim in Smith County. The victim reported that she had been contacted by an individual via Facebook who identified herself as a known family member of the victim.