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Police: Longview man could be paralyzed after hit by vehicle driven by wife

A Longview man could be paralyzed after being hit by a car police said was driven by his wife.

More than 20 teens issued citations at weekend pasture party in Hallsville

More than 20 teens were given citations for possessing or drinking alcohol after authorities responded Sunday to call about a pasture party in Hallsville.

Man given 20-month sentence after pleading guilty to animal cruelty

Jeremy Morgan Evans, 24, was handed a 20-month state jail sentence after pleading guilty to a 2011 animal cruelty charge involving a dog named “Honey Bee” that drew regional attention.

UPDATE: 2 more arrested in Tyler ID theft ring

Thanks to Crime Stopper tips from the public and suspects surrendering to authorities, as of Thursday at 12:20 p.m., the wanted list for an identity theft ring is now down to five. Authorities have now arrested Britani Anderson, of Jacksonville an

Police: Missing TX teen, suspect reported found in Mexico

North Richland Hills police announced Thursday that a missing 14-year-old girl was found in Mexico with suspect Stephan Cox, 26, as reported by Mexico law enforcement. Officials would not disclose their specific location.

Rockets force game 6 against Thunder

The Rockets won 107-100 to send the series back to Houston with the Thunder leading 3-2 but convinced they could be the first team to come back from a 3-0 deficit to win a playoff series.

Several East Texas teams opens postseason baseball play

Highlighting tonight’s action is District 14-4A co-champions Pine Tree and Hallsville, fresh off a playoff seeding game on Monday to determine the No. 1 seed out of the district.

Gladewater arrest warrant accuses man of stalking wife

A Gladewater man was arrested this week on a warrant accusing him of stalking his wife.

Hundreds take part in color fundraiser for 10-month-old White Oak girl

A kaleidoscope of people came together in White Oak on Wednesday evening to participate in a 5K color run/walk benefiting 10-month-old Camryn Noll. A slight shower just after the starting gun only made the colors brighter.

Longview ISD asks for resolution in Title IX probe

The complainant in a civil rights investigation of Longview ISD sports said Wednesday the district has asked the U.S. Department of Education for an early resolution.