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Orange County residents tell FEMA they feel forgotten after Harvey

Orange County residents told FEMA representatives that they feel forgotten during a town hall meeting hosted by city and county officials. KFDM/Fox 4's Elaine Kong reports why so many residents say they feel that help isn't coming fast enough. Orange County residents told FEMA representatives that t

KFDM-TV - 2017-10-20 00:41:28

Human remains discovered in wooded area in Pinehurst

PRESS RELEASE - On Monday, October 16th, 2017, Detectives from the Orange County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division were conducting an investigation of a missing person. The investigation led to a wooded area north of the 2600 block of MacArthur Drive in the City of Pinehurst. Human r

ORANGE LEADER - 2017-10-19 15:33:09

While building undergoes repairs, News staff work from Orange

While repairs at the Port Arthur News' office in Port Arthur continue daily, the staff continue to serve readers and advertisers from offices at the Orange Leader in Orange. "We have email, and a lot of customers have email, but we still get out every day in person, too," said senior advertising coo

PORT ARTHUR NEWS - 2017-10-18 20:16:00

Pay It Forward: Orangefield students do their part to help in recovery after Harvey

After Harvey ruined a couple of Orangefield ISD's buildings, students have been shuffled around. Two elementary school students wanted to do their part to help. Jasmine Styles has the latest edition of "Pay It Forward," a partnership with DuGood Federal Credit Union. These may be our youngest reci

KFDM-TV - 2017-10-18 18:33:23

Disaster fraud task force established in Southeast Texas

Recovering from Harvey Acting United States Attorney Brit Featherston announced Thursday that a Disaster Fraud Task Force has been created in the Eastern District of Texas comprised of local, state, and federal agencies to combat Hurricane Harvey related disaster fraud activity. The Justice Departme

KFDM-TV - 2017-10-19 14:15:55

Citrus grower says results mixed with this year's crop

HOUMA - With the first cool front of the fall, many people will start looking for the delicious Louisiana citrus. It appears fruit will be available, but not at the level that growers had hoped. Terry Breaux, a citrus grower in Terrebonne Parish, said he's expecting about half of what he would norm

DAILY REVIEW - 2017-10-19 14:24:19

The Independent Voice of Southeast Texas

Larry Judice has been doing Cajun cuisine a long time. Nearly 33 years ago, the Texan-born butcher planted his Louisiana roots in Groves when he purchased his father's Cajun grocery store. Today, Larry's French Market and Cajun Restaurant, the "Cajun honky tonk" of Southeast Texas, is known as the s

THEEXAMINER.COM - 2017-10-19 17:53:00

With a boat, Dorsey spends days rescuing those in danger

kelsey.hammon@leaderpub.com Days before Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall in Port Arthur in late August, rains had already begun to inundate Orange and its surrounding cities. While some would have packed up their stuff and vacated the city for higher ground, Adam Jaynes, a native Orange resident,


Governor visits Hardin Co., meets with local officals

KOUNTZE - Gov. Greg Abbott met with several city, county and district officials about the recovery efforts from Tropical Storm Harvey at the Hardin County Courthouse on Oct. 11. It was Abbott's final day of a three-day tour to Southeast Texas that included Kountze, Orange, Vidor and Port Arthur. "We

SILSBEEBEE.COM - 2017-10-18 14:04:00

Lady Pirates zip past Sabine Pass

DEWEYVILLE - The Deweyville Lady Pirates cruised past Sabine Pass in 25-17, 25-6, 25-12 in district volleyball action Tuesday. Madyson Berry powered the Lady Pirates arsenal with 19 assists and a whopping 14 aces. Grace Nicholson hadh six aces and five kills. Kayla McNeil posted five aces and four k

ORANGE LEADER - 2017-10-18 14:22:11

Groves Police calls, Oct. 11-17

Groves Police responded to the following calls from Oct. 11-17 Wednesday, Oct. 11 Thursday, Oct. 12 Friday, Oct. 13A golf cart was stolen from a garage in the 6300 block of Real Street. The golf cart was later recovered and an arrest was made. Saturday, Oct. 14An assault was reported in the 5800 blo

PORT ARTHUR NEWS - 2017-10-18 21:01:43

PNG, Neches FCU consider land swap

A land swap between a school district and a credit union are in the works that is considered a win-win situation for both entities. Recently Port Neches-Groves Independent School District trustees gave its interim superintendent, Jimmy Creel, the green light to negotiate and execute a contract with


Pecan Queen Zampini strives to help others

GROVES - The 2017 Groves Pecan Queen Katelee Zampini takes delight in helping others and looks toward a future doing so. The dark haired Zampini, 17, is a senior at Port Neches-Groves High School where she is an Indianette lieutenant and a peer tutor that works with young children. "It's an amazing

PORT ARTHUR NEWS - 2017-10-18 19:53:36

Country group raises $85K for storm victims

When Tropical Storm Harvey hit Southeast Texas in September, Nederland native Tim Foust and his all-vocal country group Home Free were on a nationwide tour. After learning of damage in the region, Foust, who graduated from Nederland High School in 1999, began brainstorming with the four other member


Groves police arrest man for molesting a child

On Oct. 12, Groves Police responded to a call of possible possession of child pornography. The matter turned out to be video of a sexual assault of a child that apparently occurred in 2015. Investigators reviewed the footage and were able to obtain an arrest warrant for Shane Gotte for the offense o


Vidor ISD estimates more than $12 million in damages, hoping for state, FEMA assistance

0710 VIDOR ISD.PNG Vidor ISD superintendent Jay Killgo estimates the district has $12-13 million in damages from Harvey. Both Oak Forest Elementary and Vidor Middle School are unusable right now. Those students are going elsewhere, which is overcrowding some schools. The district bought temporary bu


Family's pastor reacts to fire that killed 5 children and their mother in Hardin County

A house fire north of Silsbee has killed five children and one adult, according to information Hardin County Sheriff Mark Davis provided to KFDM News. The victims include a woman and five children, according to the Sheriff. A house fire north of Silsbee has killed five children and one adult, accord


Panera Bread raising money for family of mother and five children killed in fire

The owners of Panera Bread franchises in Beaumont and Houston are joining together to raise money for the family of an employee who was killed along with her five children in an apartment fire north of Silsbee in Hardin County. Panera Southeast Texas stores will raised money for the family of Ashle

KFDM-TV - 2017-10-20 00:16:58

5 children and their mother killed in Texas house fire

A house fire north of Silsbee, Texas has killed five children and their mother, according to information from Hardin County Sheriff Mark Davis. (KFDM) HARDIN COUNTY, Texas (KFDM) - A house fire north of Silsbee has killed five children and their mother, according to information from Hardin County Sh


Teen arrested for having gun at Beaumont high school

Ryan White, 18, is accused of brandishing a firearm while on the grounds of Beaumont ISD's Ozen High School in March of this year. BISD Police Department detective J.D. LaRive stated in his assertion of facts gleaned through investigation that White had the firearm, identified as a stolen 9 mm pisto

THEEXAMINER.COM - 2017-10-19 01:11:00