Hurricane Laura Evacuees Finding Shelter At Hotel Rooms Provided By City Of DallasHundreds of evacuees from the Beaumont area arrived on buses at the Wyndham Garden Dallas North hotel in Farmers Branch, where the city of Dallas booked every room for those fleeing Hurricane Laura.
Teen Sentenced To Life For Shooting Death Of Texas Pregnant WomanA teenage boy has been sentenced to life in prison for fatally shooting a 19-year-old pregnant woman in 2017.
Federal Prisoner Locked Up On Terror Charges Convicted For 2nd TimeProsecutors say a man imprisoned in Texas for terrorism has been convicted of trying to recruit fellow prisoners to join the Islamic State group and plan attacks in the United States.
Texas Chemical Plant Explosion Injures 3, Damages Homes From Miles AwayA chemical plant in southeast Texas exploded early Wednesday morning, injuring three workers and damaging homes from several miles away.
Jefferson County Man Indicted On Child Pornography ViolationsA 39-year-old man from Beaumont was indicted for child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas.
Murder Charges For Texas Man Accused Of Killing His 4 RoommatesPolice in Texas say it was an argument that ended with a 22-year-old man shooting and killing his four roommates.
State Of Disaster Declared For Southeast Texas Due To Imelda; Dallas, Fort Worth Fire Send Crews To AssistThe fire departments of Dallas and Fort Worth have sent crews to Southeast Texas in order to help residents as Tropical Depression Imelda brought major floods and continues to drench the area.
Imelda Continues To Flood Parts Of Southeast Texas, Tornadoes SpottedTropical Depression Imelda continues to bring heavy rain and floods to parts of Southeast Texas as it slowly moves through the area.
Jason’s Deli Founder Joe Tortorice Jr. Dies At 70A Jason's Deli statement says Joe Tortorice Jr., founder and chairman of the board, died from cancer Saturday at age 70.
Beaumont Felon Charged With Federal Firearms ViolationA 43-year-old Beaumont man was indicted by a federal grand jury and charged with firearms violations.
Hall Of Famer, First African-American MLB Manager And Texas Native Frank Robinson DiesAfter his career in the dugout, Robinson filled a variety of roles with the league and all the while tirelessly advocated for more opportunities for African-Americans in baseball.