Follow recovery efforts of Alto homeowners who suffered tornado damage a month later, some have started demolishing their homes in order to move forward while others are working with their insurance agencies to complete their claims."I brought my rake, I'm going to clean the front yard make it mor
Many people in Nacogdoches are familiar with Police Chief Jim Sevey. But what many may not know is how he chooses to de-stress during his personal time from his day job in law enforcement for 38 years.
Sixth graders at Lufkin Middle School are taking part in a new program.It’s called Generation A, a youth mentor-ship program starting in the 6th grade to 12th grade that teaches leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
Some East Texans are facing a difficult decision. Last month KTRE reported about a hay shortage caused by the fluctuating weather in our area.Since then, many have had to sell off livestock due to the shortage.
The U.S. Forest Service is one of the many departments closed during the government shutdown.“It’s affected us. Not only with the lakes being closed and them being closed it’s just slowed us down,” said Donna McCarty, a nearby employee at a convenience store.
TxDOT crews are out around East Texas are taking a proactive approach Monday.Crews are preparing the roads with a salt water mixture for the potential of icy conditions that are to follow later this week.
The fluctuating weather this fall has affected many in East Texas.Recent reports indicate across the region there is a shortage of hay. Many farmers depend on it so their livestock survives the winter. It’s been a difficult years to produce hay.
Nearly one in three seniors is affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia.While the Walk to End Alzheimer’s happens every fall, the Lufkin chapter is working to raise money to fund research to help find a cure.
In June 2017, TXDOT showed the public their initial schematics of the road changes on US 59 in Redland.Since then, they have been busy revising the designs based on comments and feedback from the public.