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City signs March for Jesus proclamation

Mayor Johnny Branson signed the annual March for Jesus Proclamation at new Boston City Hall Friday morning surrounded by a group of representatives and supporters of the event.

Texas universities considering tuition increases

Students at most campuses in the University of Texas and Texas A&M University systems would pay more in tuition next fall under proposals scheduled to be voted on by their governing boards this week.

6 candidates vie for spots on Kilgore ISD board

KILGORE — Six hopefuls are vying for two places on the Kilgore school board.

LETU wins 2012 communicator awards for magazines, writing

(LONGVIEW, Texas)—LeTourneau University’s Realities recruitment magazine and NOW news magazine have been selected by the International Academy of Visual Arts to receive 2012 Communicator Awards.

Diabetes getting worse in young people

TYLER — There's Type 1 Diabetes that used to be called "Juvenille Diabetes" and there's Type 2 that used to be called "Adult-Onset Diabetes."

6 candidates vie for spots on Kilgore ISD board

Our news partner the Longview News Journal reports that six hopefuls are vying for two places on the Kilgore school board.

Longview Police search for property owners

Longview Police are looking for the owners of property they recovered during recent burglary arrests. Most of the items have been returned. However, they are having difficulty identifying the owners of a set of golf clubs.

Road work begins today on Timberland Drive

Lufkin — The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; TXDOT today will start seal coat work on Timberland Drive/BU 59. Motorists are urged to use caution and to expect delays.

TV bandits spotted running through Kilgore neighborhood; 3 arrested for burglary

Kilgore — Three East Texans are in jail after burglarizing a Kilgore home.

Nacogdoches man accused of stealing from elderly woman

The Nacogdoches County Constable Office Precinct 4 has arrested a Nacogdoches man for credit card abuse.