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Past articles by Kelsey:

TRAFFIC ALERT | Overturned 18-wheeler shuts down eastbound and westbound lanes of I10 at 11th street

Beaumont Police say it could be midnight before all lanes are back open → Read More

Crackdown on Port Arthur game rooms leads to multiple citations from police

Law enforcement is making sure game rooms in Port Arthur are complying with the state and city ordinances. → Read More

Changes expected soon at Ford Park as sale is set to close in March

they have been "in closing" for about three months now. Once that is finished, new projects will start immediately. → Read More

Shots in arms: Lamar University begins vaccinating students, staff from COVID-19

The university received 250 complete doses of the Pfizer vaccine from Christus Southeast Texas Health System. → Read More

100 Black Men of Greater Beaumont give out $2,000 in H-E-B gift cards after winter storm

The organization handed out $2,000 in H-E-B gift cards at the College Street store to random shoppers. → Read More

5K residents without power in Jasper County as officials brace for another round of winter weather

"We're going to be working 24-hour operations until this whole event is over," a Tx-DOT representative said. → Read More

Experts explain 'ABC's' of safe sleeping environments for babies

Child protective services in Texas investigated an average of 158 deaths each year since 2016. → Read More

Southeast Texas store owner hoping vaccine rollout will mean better year for business owners impacted by COVID-19

Natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic led to a difficult year with financial losses and other hardships → Read More

Nederland woman battling COVID-19, family says convalescent plasma treatment delayed due to short supply

"I just think she has so much more to give to the world and I just want her to have that opportunity." → Read More

Rural areas receiving COVID-19 vaccines as public continues waiting on chance to get shot

Chambers County received 1,000 doses of the vaccine and Hardin County has received 1,600 shots to administer → Read More

Thanksgiving gatherings blamed for uptick in Port Arthur, Beaumont COVID-19 cases

Health leaders are concerned about what could happen if families decide to gather in large groups over the Christmas holiday → Read More

$20,000 in household goods stolen from SETX Civilian Task Force Facility

Groves Police are investigating after $20,000 donated goods were stolen from at the Southeast Texas Civilian Taskforce, which was founded after Hurricane Harvey. → Read More

Pedestrian struck & killed on I-10; Eastbound lanes shut down at Jefferson Co. line

Traffic is being diverted onto Highway 73 in Chambers County. Drivers are urged to find an alternate route. → Read More

Nederland neighbor's reaction as new information unfolds about deadly officer-involved shooting

One Nederland man was sitting outside with his nephew when he heard gunshots Tuesday night. → Read More

TCEQ unveils new mobile technology to help with air monitoring during emergencies

We got a firsthand look at some of the technology and how it will work. → Read More

New industrial project could bring dozens of jobs to Orange County

While the details of the project are still a secret, officials say it's not the 'typical' oil and gas project → Read More

Port Arthur Police investigating reported shooting at Avery Trace Apartments Sunday night

Witnesses said they heard several gunshot and saw a person being taken away in an ambulance. → Read More

Feeling election anxiety? Here's what you can do to destress

Some Americans are dealing with stress, anxiety due to the U.S. election → Read More

Surveillance video of business being destroyed by Hurricane Delta

A building on Boston Avenue in Nederland that has been around since the 1950's, took a hard hit from Hurricane Delta. → Read More

Parents weigh in on back-to-school plans following newly released TEA guidelines

Most families say they are making their decision based off what works best for their family amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More