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Past articles by Jeff:

Police connect suspect in trooper shooting to Palestine murder

Nearly a year after the murder of Dustin Rogers in Palestine, police said ballistics testing confirm the same weapon was used in the shooting of a DPS trooper. → Read More

Police still looking for leads in case of Lufkin man found dead after fire

On Friday, the chief of the Jasper Police Department said they are still no closer to finding the person responsible for the death of a Lufkin man whose body was found in the debris of a burned home on Feb. 9th. → Read More

Texas Rangers hand off investigation of Angelina County judge, commissioners to DA

The district attorney will decide where the case goes next. → Read More

3 men suspected in Cherokee County quadruple murder arraigned

Each of the three men is charged with capital murder in connection with the deaths of four people in July 2021 → Read More

Son charged with capital murder after father found dead in Livingston

Investigators arrested Lynnie Ray Chatman and his girlfriend, Brooke Cormier, nearly two weeks after his father's body was found. → Read More

Family of 9-year-old Astroworld victim turns down rapper’s offer to pay for funeral

Ezra is the youngest Astroworld victim. HIs death brought the toll to 10 victims. → Read More

Second person wanted for questioning in death of Livingston man

Investigators want to speak with Brooke Ashley Cormier following the death of Leonard Chatman. → Read More

Livingston man wanted for questioning in father’s death

The victim's son, Lynnie Chatman, is currently wanted on four unrelated felony warrants and is being sought for questioning in connection with his father’s death. → Read More

Angelina County shares plan to move vaccine sign-up online

The plan comes after some residents reported issues with the phone bank set up for vaccine signup. → Read More

Walk of Honor display recognizes local veterans in downtown Lufkin

The Walk of Honor will be on display through mid-November. → Read More

Senator-elect files bill to legalize marijuana in the state of Texas

Senator-elect Roland Gutierrez announced on Monday plans to file Senate Bill 140. → Read More

Job fairs seek to connect East Texas veterans with new career opportunities

Deep East Texas job seekers will have virtual access to meet with a diverse group of employers with job openings. → Read More

Job fairs seek to connect East Texans with career opportunities

Deep East Texas job seekers will have virtual access to meet with a diverse group of employers with job openings. → Read More

Forest Service urges East Texas hunters to be safe and help prevent wildfires

People and their activities cause more than 90 percent of wildfires in the state, according to Texas A&M Forest Service. → Read More

SFA nursing grads tackle master’s program while facing challenges brought on by pandemic

The Master of Science in Nursing program boasts 100% passing rate on most recent national exams → Read More

Forest Festival date/place changes reflect event industry challenges

Organizer explain how they’re best salvaging the festival experience amid a global pandemic. → Read More

Nacogdoches Civic Center transforms into evacuation shelter ahead of Hurricane Laura

The county has agreed to provide space for evacuees who do not have a means for transportation or any place to go. → Read More

Gov. Abbott waives grade promotion requirements for this year’s STAAR testing

Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the grade promotion requirement related to the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test for students in grades 5 and 8 has been waived for the upcoming school year. → Read More

East Texas school districts to decide whether at-home students are UIL eligible

UIL has announced it will leave eligibility requirements up to individual districts. → Read More

Rep. Gohmert calls for Congress to ban Democrats, due to past position on slavery

Rep. Louie Gohmert has introduced a resolution calling for Congress to to ban any political organization or party that has ever held a public position supportive of slavery or the Confederacy. → Read More