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Game 2 preview: Keeping Curry in check

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has a modest objective for his team tonight in Game 2.

Area baseball, softball playoff schedule

The Longview News-Journal has a big list going of all the East Texas baseball and softball teams still in the hunt for a state championship.

Seeing red? Despite what article says, Longview no longer nation’s angriest city

An Esquire Magazine blog post set Facebook ablaze Tuesday when it reminded Longview residents of their city’s unfortunate three-year-old distinction as being the “angriest place in America” — prompting Gallup to release

Street closures for AlleyFest in Longview

The City of Longview announces temporary street closures in the downtown area during the annual AlleyFest event, which will be held May 10 – 12, in downtown Longview.

Texas House gives final approval to impressive number of pro-second amendment bills

Gun owners’ patience and persistence was rewarded on Saturday and Sunday, as the Texas House of Representatives led by Speaker Joe Straus (R-San Antonio) gave approval to a wide range of pro-gun legislation while the NRA Annual Meeting wa

Trunk show honoring Tyler Cattle Barons'

Susan Robinson to host Trunk Show honoring Tyler Cattle Barons' featuring an appearance by Designer Charles Krypell, Susan Robinson Jewelry, the jewelry chance drawing sponsor for the 2013 Cattle Baron's GAla will hold a trunk show and

R.D. Moses T&P Model Railroad anniversary

The Jefferson Historical Society and Museum will celebrate the one year anniversary of constructing a replica of an early 1900's T&P Railroad depot on the Museum property to house the R.D. Moses T&P Model Railroad.

TxDOT reminds drivers to click it or ticket

Texans wear their belt buckles with a certain Lone Star pride, but it's the buckles in the their vehicles that could save their lives. These buckles are more functionable than fashionable.

Longview Police investigate Tuesday shooting

Longview, TX (FOX 51) — Longview Police tell FOX 51, they are investigating a shooting.

UPDATE: Smith Co. deputies recover property from Jan. 2012 theft

Sixteen months after a Tyler church congregation lost a BBQ pit to theft, the Smith County Sheriff's Office has recovered the item, valued at $7,000.