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Gregg County voters will cast ballots using new voting machines when they consider state constitutional amendments and a sales tax referendum …
Ware East Texas Montessori Academy student Luis Ramos started his first day of fourth grade Monday with a goal in mind: to learn more English …
Starting Oct. 1, filing a lawsuit or requesting documents in Gregg County will cost twice as much as current fees.
State Rep. Jay Dean on Monday announced plans to seek a third term to Texas House District 7.
Property tax revenue increases drew one man out to voice his displeasure.
A 55-year-old White Oak man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for the rape of a Gladewater woman with Alzheimer's disease.
Members of the Rusk County School Board will meet again this week to discuss allocating almost $1 million to local school districts collected …
Gilmer native Shenequa Miller left her hometown in 1990 after graduating from high school to attend college.
A former congressman from Houston says his experience will propel him beyond a growing field of Democrats vying to take on three-term Republic…