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Seventeen years ago, Rao Muttavarapu, his wife Brahma and their family moved to America from India, where Rao trained as a professional chef.
Is racial profiling justified?
When should abortion be legal?
Jenna Shell, left, and her mother Julie Shell, center, talk with Cathy Cook, right, of Cathy Cook Jewely about a set of earrings at the Main Street Market on Thursday, November 29, 2012.
When the tax man cometh, Black dollars "goeth." Where will they goeth? Down a myriad of paths in pursuit of new items such as furniture, cars, clothing, and other niceties.
The corner of Pearl and Calder looking toward the Neches River. Photo taken in 1900.
A light freeze is expected tonight across Southeast Texas with temperatures dropping into the upper 20s to near 30 in the Lakes to the lower 30s in the Triangle cover your plants and ensure pets have warm bedding.
It was a highly emotional day at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Beaumont Saturday, as dozens gathered for special ceremony honoring fallen soldiers and veterans.
A cold front will push through Southeast Texas later tonight with most areas seeing rainfall a second front is expected Saturday Afternoon.
A group of volunteer officers decorated the house of Beaumont police officer veteran Teddy Ratcliff who passed away this Saturday after battling cancer.
Hanks Animated Light Show is an annual light show that starts Thanksgiving Day and runs thru New Years Day.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Beaumont said Thursday it settled a lawsuit filed by six plaintiffs alleging sexual abuse by a priest over three decades because it was in the best interests of all involved, even though the church had "valid defenses to the claims."
It would be nice if the Castle Motel and the former Holiday Inn on 11th Street in Beaumont could reopen.
WineStyles held a dessert and beer pairing on Thursday, May 16, 2013, for American Craft Beer Week in Beaumont.
Downtown graffiti that popped up around town after some click-baiting survey called Beaumont one of the "saddest" cities in the U.S. Beth Rankin/cat5 I woke up on a cold Houston floor at 6:30 a.m. the day the so-called arctic cold front blew through.