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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s office has released the names of those dead following a shooting on McFaddin Beach Sunday, June 30.
A federal judge has sentenced a Columbia, S.C. man to 15 years in prison for his participation in a cocaine and marijuana trafficking conspiracy.
A federal audit confirms several schools in El Paso cheated on high-stakes accountability tests during the tenure of now-convicted superintendent Lorenzo Garcia.
Authorities lifted evacuations in a wide swath of terrain outside Colorado Springs on Friday as they said a surprise rain shower helped them expand containment of a wildfire that has destroyed 400 homes.
Gov. Rick Perry today signed House Bill 308, which allows public school students and staff to use traditional holiday greetings and display religious scenes and symbols on school property.
The Orange Leader editorial staff took home 11 awards this past Friday at the annual Southeast Texas Press Club Awards Banquet.
Vidor High School can proudly say it is home to The Orange Leader’s Athlete of the Year.
No time to rest. That pretty much sums up Little Cypress-Mauriceville graduate Kayleigh Roy.
Here are the all-time Athletes of the Year by The Orange Leader: