Officials said the shooting happened late Monday night at the Pinewood Park Apartments. In a statement, Lufkin Police said officers responded to the apartment after receiving a tip about the location of a wanted man who has felony warrants out of Lufkin and Tarrant counties.
Lufkin Independent School District's Prize Patrol handed out $57,865 in classroom grants Thursday to teachers for innovative learning projects that cannot be funded through the standard school district budget.
Three weeks away from the department sounds like it would be a blessing to any firefighter, but the Nacogdoches Fire Department's chief spent that much time serving alongside other fire teams from Texas in northern California.
The idea lends itself to the uber-popular Harry Potter series: 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students at Coston Elementary slid down a huge inflatable slide and were greeted by principal Kathy Jost, who held a bag containing colored stick which would decide to which house that student belonged.
The 2018 Big Tex Choice Awards finalists were announced Wednesday morning, selected from a field of 30 semi-finalists. From cotton candy tacos to a deep fried shepherd's pie, 10 culinary creations will take center stage at the State Fair of Texas this year.
Wienerschnitzel opened its Brentwood Dr. location for business on Sunday. The restaurant's owner said it's not the location you'd expect to find "the World's Most Wanted Wiener", but the Wienerschnitzel corporate office couldn't get enough of the city.
It appears the United Way of Angelina County is ready to get its annual fundraising campaign underway. United Way spent the last two days meeting with non-profit partners to discuss a joint campaign goal for the 2018-2019 year.
For more than a year, an old Kmart building in Lufkin has served as little more than an eyesore of its former Big-K glory. Soon, the building will find new life when it is partially remodeled into a dentist's office.
The owner of the East Texas Cosmetology Center (ETCC) in Lufkin is looking forward to Monday's city planning and zoning meeting, considering it could be the first step toward her school's expansion. "Basically, we're expanding our business here at East Texas Cosmetology Center," said Michelle Oliver, owner of ETCC. "We're actually changing it to East Texas Cosmetology College. This is to help better us through receiving financial aid in the near future." Ol...