Thursday Jul 24
Crude by rail raises concerns
Southeast Texas is faced with the dilemma of how to address safety in the rapidly growing crude-by-rail business, after a series of fiery train crashes have occurred in the last year and a half.
The Wilson County News
Texas Nationalists holding statewide border protests July 19
"The federal government has not only failed to protect our border, they created and encouraged this flood of illegal immigrants, many of them children, as political pawns," said TNM President Daniel Miller.
Surveying mistake puts Nederland annexation on hold, but business owner still plans to fight it
Terry Metreyeon is battling his hometown. That's because the Nederland City Council wants to annex the land where his store "County Home and Ranch" is located.
Board Buffet: 12News investigation reveals how much taxpayer money is ...
The threat of teacher layoffs has not gone away in the Beaumont Independent School District, but many people say the district has not examined all cost-cutting options.
The Family Badge
Nederland man sentenced to 40 years for murder of his mother
Joseph Garrett Arrendondo pleaded guilty to the April 10, 2013 shooting death of his mother, Hollie Arrendondo, 55, of Nederland, in Judge John Stevens court on Monday.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Immigrant detention? Branick: No
County Judge Jeff Branick talks with the Beaumont Enterprise after Monday afternoon's commissioners court.
Nederland man pleads guilty in mother's shooting death, gets 40 years
A Nederland man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for killing his mother.
'Glee'-type school music contest crowns winners
A teenager from Chicago who sang an aching Jason Robert Brown song and another from Georgia who chose to sing "Raise the Roof" - and almost did so - have won top honors at the National High School Musical Theater Awards.