Mariah Conduff, KYTX CBS19

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Past articles by Mariah:

Gregg County event organizers will now have to apply for a mass gathering permit

Following the trail ride shooting in Smith County, Gregg County event organizers will now have to apply for a mass gathering permit prior to the event. → Read More

Roe v. Wade attorney speaks out after Supreme Court reverses decision

Linda Coffee, attorney who originally filed the lawsuit, says the overturn is 'bittersweet'. → Read More

Local air conditioning repair company offers tips as Texas heats rises

C. Woods Company offers tips for homeowners to stay cool and safe this summer. → Read More

Tyler woman says working from home saves her money amid rising inflation costs

Consuelo Crawford says remote work saves her money on gas and food. → Read More

Texas African American Museum temporarily closed for $40,000 renovation

Renovations are officially underway at the Texas African American Museum to convert the old fire station into a state of the art building to preserve history. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Family of Tyler teen killed in Lake Palestine boat crash speaks out after Tyler man sentenced to life in prison

The family of a Tyler teen killed in Lake Palestine boat crash speaks out after a Tyler man was sentenced to life in prison. → Read More

Supply chain disruptions affecting repairs following severe weather

After last Tuesday's storms, dozens of homeowners now face the task of fixing up their houses. However, supply chain disruptions will impact the overall cost. → Read More

Tuesday's severe storm left the Azalea District in ruins

Tuesday night's storm impacted several areas in Tyler. Now, the community is focused on recovering. → Read More

Tyler zoo discovers rabid bat, veterinarians urge pet owners to vaccinate their animals

Local veterinarians want you to make sure your pets are vaccinated against rabies after a bat fell out of the sky at the Caldwell Zoo and tested positive. → Read More

Longview firefighters sent to Central Texas to fight wildfires

Texas A&M Forest Service says increases State Wildfire Preparedness to Level 4 due to increased activity and fire resources. → Read More

Family-owned business in Tyler celebrates St. Patrick's Day after two-year pandemic hiatus

ETX Brewing Co. had Irish cuisine, live music, and green beer. → Read More

Local Longview dance team will perform at a New Orleans Pelicans game

The Sensational Prancerettes will perform at the New Orleans Pelicans game March 15. → Read More

Local organization aims to end menstruation inequalities in East Texas

Locally and statewide, Texans are working to break the stigma surrounding the menstruation conversation and fighting to make feminine hygiene products affordable. → Read More

Longview community members partner together to end opioid misuse

Since 2015, over 6000 lbs of prescription drugs have been donated to Longview and White Oak Police Departments → Read More

Local café strives to stay afloat as it battles pandemic-related struggles

1948 Coffee And Juice co-owner says, 'it's been a struggle' working through the ups and downs of staffing, inflation, and supply chain issues. → Read More

'It was by far the hardest decision I've had to make': Longview police chief prepares for retirement

After 32 years with the department, Chief Mike Bishop prepares for his last day. → Read More

East Texas schools temporarily close amid omicron outbreak

A Longview pediatrician says symptoms in adults are showing up similar in children. → Read More

Cancer is leading cause of death for firefighters

It's not just fire that harmful, Fort Worth Firefighters Association President says, "the smoke is actually extremely dangerous for us." → Read More

Sen. Hughes, author of SB8, celebrates Supreme Court ruling

Sen. Bryan Hughes says keeping the restrictive abortion ban in effect is a "victory for human life". → Read More

National organization assists in identifying Jane Doe found in Kilgore more than 20 years ago

A national nonprofit is committed to identifying a woman whose remains were found in Kilgore more than 20 years ago. → Read More