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Past articles by Angel:

A Groves man was killed, and three people injured in a head-on c

Investigators say the crash happened just before 11 p.m. on Highway 327, half-a-mile west of Village Creek, between Silsbee and Kountze. → Read More

Entertainment opportunities booming at City of Beaumont downtown

It's not as easy anymore for people to say there's nothing to do in Beaumont. Efforts by city leaders to breathe new life into downtown are paying off. Over the past year, downtown Beaumont has bec... → Read More

Councilwoman proposes a smoking ban for all public places in Por

A city councilwoman is hoping Port Arthur becomes the 47th city in Texas with a smoking ban at all public places, including restaurants and bars. Councilwoman Tiffany Hamilton says it's a matter of... → Read More

Two African-Americans headed to historic runoff in Jefferson Co

Zena Stephens and Joe "Quarterback" Stevenson were the top two vote-getters in Tuesday's Democratic primary race for Jefferson County sheriff. Stephens received 38% of the vote, to Stevenson's 34%... → Read More

22,894 people cast ballots in Jefferson County during early voti

A last-minute surge in voters culminates in a big early voting period for Jefferson County. The final count of votes cast at the ballot box, and those mailed in totaled 22,894. Almost four thousand... → Read More

Dispute over how much money Patricia Lambert stole is in federal

Patrica Lambert has already pleaded guilty to theft and to being part of a cheating conspiracy while principal at Central Medical Magnet High School, but she disputes the amount of money federal au... → Read More

FBI recordings reveal Patricia Lambert tried to justify spending

Disgraced former Beaumont Independent School District administrator Patricia Lambert has already pleaded guilty to theft from the school district and students. Now it's up to a judge to decide just... → Read More

Pastor & atheist have a courteous discussion on the divisive iss

Opposing viewpoints found common ground Thursday when Pastor David Birdsong and Josh Hammers of the Orange County Atheists spoke at the Press Club of Southeast Texas, and proved that this controver... → Read More

Community rallies behind longtime Groves Fire Chief Dale Jackson

Fire Chief Dale Jackson has been serving the city of Groves for almost 40 years, 24 of those years as head of the fire department. But now his community is ready to return the favor. Chief Jackson... → Read More

Public opposition convinces Bridge City Council to vote against

A plan to build 55 houses for low-to-medium income families in Bridge City appears doomed. This after city council members voted against a resolution supporting the plan. Parks Companies of Mississ... → Read More

Political power couple thinks Ted Cruz will be Republican nomine

Two of the nation's most prominent political consultants visited Orange Monday night. Mary Matalin and James Carville were part of the Distinguished Lecture Series hosted by Lamar State College-Or... → Read More

Procrastinators find last-minute Valentine's Day gifts in makesh

With gas prices continually going down, the amount of spending money in our pockets is on the rise. So this Valentine's Day, many Southeast Texans are splurging with gift purchases. But finding ti... → Read More

Jasper County sheriff cooperating with state investigation, sayi

The Texas Commission on Jail Standards is now looking into procedures at the Jasper County Jail. This after the family of Bruce Turner says the inmate was not treated after suffering severe burns ... → Read More

Proposed affordable housing project faces strong opposition in B

At least 75 people packed in council chambers at Bridge City city hall Tuesday night. The crowd flowed into the hallway outside chambers. They were all upset and worried about a proposed affordabl... → Read More

12News Exclusive: Woman demands accountability & answers after s

A Jasper mother has asked 12News to help get answers from the Hardin County Jail, after her son was badly burned while he was an inmate in the Hardin County Jail this week. Lillie Bryant told 12Ne... → Read More

Dad demands accountability from Hamshire-Fannett ISD

Lorance Richard granted 12News an interview in hopes of getting justice for his son. Richard says his son and others were forced to do excessive exercises because the boys' lockers were not up to ... → Read More

Nederland EDC lands a huge development project in front of Jack

After years of discussions and planning, the development of The Landing is set to become a reality this year. On Monday, Jefferson County Commissioners agreed to lease 16 1/2 to 18 acres of land al... → Read More

The Party Connection keeps Mardi Gras revelers warm and well-fed

The start of Mardi Gras of Southeast Texas has been a cold one. Revelers are braving those frigid temperatures to take part in the fun, specifically all the beads coming from parade floats. But an ... → Read More

Mardi Gras Day 2 culminates with Krewe of Krewes parade

Thousands braved the cold temperatures Friday night to take part in the festivities surrounding Mardi Gras of Southeast Texas. The big attraction was the Krewe of Krewes parade, with floats and oth... → Read More

Mardi Gras is a true blessing to Port Arthur church

Mardi Gras of Southeast Texas kicked of its 24th year Thursday in Port Arthur. Southeast Texans look forward to this annual tradition, it provides good times and creates many memories. Plus, it als... → Read More