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Longview man, hospital employee pleads guilty to breaking HIPAA laws

Longview man, hospital employee pleads guilty to breaking HIPAA laws

U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that a former employee of an East Texas hospital has pleaded guilty to criminal HIPAA charges in the Eastern District of Texas.
Longview City Council: No staying on library grounds after hours

Longview City Council: No staying on library grounds after hours

The City Council on Thursday gave the city’s police the power to curtail “hygiene issues” on Longview Public Library property by making people leave the grounds after hours.
White Oak balances budget with rate hikes

White Oak balances budget with rate hikes

City Council members in White Oak approved a 2015 balanced budget Wednesday with little room to spare and a call to plan for even tougher financial challenges ahead.
Student enrollement rises in East Texas

Student enrollement rises in East Texas

All Gregg County school districts saw a rise in enrollment numbers Monday for the 2014-15 school year compared to the first day of school last year. Longview ISD has 63 students more than this time last year.
Crews clear years of silt in Teague Park pond

Crews clear years of silt in Teague Park pond

Visitors to Teague Park are getting a different view of the Longview green area, as crews work to dredge out the 15 years of silt clogging the pond. “I noticed it last summer.
Student enrollement rises in East Texas

Student enrollement rises in East Texas

All Gregg County school districts saw a rise in enrollment numbers Monday for the 2014-15 school year compared to the first day of school last year. Longview ISD has 63 students more than this time last year.

Kilgore, Longview firefighters learn drowning safety

Drowning may not be the first thing you think of when you think of dangers firefighters face, but Kilgore Assistant Fire Chief Michael Simmons says it is and the growing popularity of swimming pools is making that danger worse.

Jack Stallard previews Longview at Lufkin

Jack Stallard is the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal. KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner asked Stallard about the upcoming season opener between Longview and Lufkin.
Benefit for family of ETX man killed in accident on Wednesday

Benefit for family of ETX man killed in accident on Wednesday

An auction benefiting the family of an East Texas man killed in a recent accident  is scheduled to begin Wednesday night.
Border question reaches Gregg County commissioners

Border question reaches Gregg County commissioners

Advocates and opponents of a resolution opposing relocation of people surrendering at the Mexican border into local communities gave Gregg County commissioners an earful Tuesday.
Spring Hill ISD board looks for ‘visionary’ leader

Spring Hill ISD board looks for ‘visionary’ leader

Spring Hill ISD trustees said Tuesday that they want the district’s next leader to be “visionary” and a “good communicator.”
Rep. Simpson says 2013 vote has 'nothing to do with Gov. Perry's indictment'

Rep. Simpson says 2013 vote has 'nothing to do with Gov. Perry's indictment'

 Representative David Simpson says claims he was one of the 'so-called Republicans that helped indict Governor Rick Perry' are false and ridiculous.
The Zone: Return to Glory of East Texas football

The Zone: Return to Glory of East Texas football

Thanks to the Carthage Bulldogs, East Texas got its mojo back in 2013.
Football: Season preview of District 6-4A Division II

Football: Season preview of District 6-4A Division II

A season preview of football teams in District 6-4A Division II. Spring Hill
Longview Dog Park gets agility equipment

Longview Dog Park gets agility equipment

Longview’s four-legged friends have a new toy at the city’s dog park.