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Recent articles by Favian:

Lufkin teen seriously injured in early morning accident

The accident occurred early Tuesday morning on Raguet Street → Read More

Two staff members at The Heights of Tyler nursing facility test positive for COVID-19

TYLER, Texas — Representatives of The Heights of Tyler announced that two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. According to a press release, the facility is working closely with NET Health and other public officials following the recent positives. “At this time there is no indication the virus is spreading in our center, and our residents and staff are doing well,” a center… → Read More

ETFB partners with Food Finders of Smith County for senior food box delivery

The delivery service is for low-income seniors over 60 that are homebound or quarantined and at risk of hunger. → Read More

Longview Mayor Andy Mack confirms new case of COVID-19 in Gregg County

GREGG COUNTY, Texas — Longview Mayor Andy Mack has confirmed a new case of COVID-19 in Gregg County. This brings the total cases to 5 in the county. → Read More

Angelina County and Cities Health District reports 2 new cases of COVID-19

The new cases bring the total number cases in the county to 3 → Read More

31 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Smith County

For more information on the coronavirus, text "FACTS" to (903) 600-2600. → Read More

Cherokee County confirms second case of COVID-19

The case is travel related and the person self-isolating at home → Read More

Henderson County reports first case of COVID-19

The case is not travel related and believed to have been contracted trough community spread → Read More

Second death related to COVID-19 in East Texas

VAN ZANDT COUNTY, Texas — A second death related to COVID-19 has been confirmed in Van Zandt County. According to NET Health, the person was a 47-year-old female who was the first confirmed case in the county and was hospitalized for treatment of the virus. “The public has the responsibility, more than ever, to follow recommendations from health officials,” says George Roberts, Chief Executive… → Read More

Texas A&M Commerce student living off-campus tests positive for COVID-19

The student has not been on campus recently and is self-isolating → Read More

Third case of coronavirus reported in Rusk County

This case is travel related and the person is isolated in their home → Read More

2 arrested in Rusk County on drug charges, outstanding warrants

A firearm and other drug paraphernalia was also found in the car. → Read More

Hopkins County confirms first case of COVID-19

The county urges people to continue to follow recommended CDC guidelines → Read More

Brookshire Grocery Co. to pay employees six-weeks of appreciation pay for work during COVID-19 efforts

“We cannot thank our employees enough for their determination, commitment and care for our customers," said Trent Brookshire, COO for Brookshire Co. → Read More

Winona ISD adds second pickup location for curbside meals

Meals can be picked up at both Winona Elementary School and the entrance of Eagle Creek Ranch → Read More

Tyler Police investigating shooting at Alpine Creek Apartments

TYLER, Texas — The Tyler Police Department is investigating a shooting at the Alpine Creek Apartments off Paluxy Drive. According to Tyler Police, witnesses say to vehicles drove by and fired at multiple vehicles. There is no word on why the shooting happened and it is unknown what kind of vehicles looked like. → Read More

CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic expanding Telehealth services and online screening tool

The expansion will also have an online COVID-19 screening tool → Read More

1 person injured after accidental shooting in Harrison County

HARRISON COUNTY, Texas — According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office, a woman had called to report gunshots she and her bother heard around their home. The woman had advised that someone may have been heard outside their home and went outside to check armed with rifles. According to the caller, after inspecting the property they were headed back to the house when she stumbled and… → Read More

Senator Rand Paul tested positive for COVID-19, shows no symptoms

The announcement was made on his official Twitter page. → Read More

Two people killed in early morning crash in Shelby County

SHELBY COUNTY, Texas — Two people were killed in a head-on collision in Shelby County south of Center. According to a preliminary crash investigation, 28-year-old Jordan Shisler, of Center, was driving south on US 96 when for unknown reasons he crossed the center of the roadway and was struck in the passenger side by a 2007 International truck tractor semi-trailer. Both Shisler and passanger,… → Read More