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Father of Kari Dunn testifies in wrongful death civil trial in Marshall
Henry “Hank” Hunt Jr. wanted jurors to know Wednesday about his daughter Kari Hunt Dunn’s love for her three children.“They were everything to her,” Hunt said of the mother’s love. “She was the leader of their pack, when it came to those kids.”Dunn’s death — she was fatally stabbed by her estranged
ETX man arrested for capital murder
Jamie Devon Brown, a 38-year-old Longview man, was arrested on a capital murder charge from a warrant in Tarrant County on Wednesday.
Longview man arrested for Tarrant County murder
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Police seeking public's help in locating East Texas fugitive
On Monday, at approximately 2:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Alexander Street on reports of an assault that had just occurred.
Harrison County Deputy killed in Monday crash
A Harrison County jailer was killed in a single vehicle crash Monday night on FM-31 in Harrison County, 10 miles south of Marshall.“He was working in our annex jail; he left work at 11 p.m. when his shift ended and was on his way home,” Harrison County Administrative Lieutenant Jay Webb said. “A dee
Marshall News-Messenger, downtown Marshall host Taco Fest
A beer garden, all-day music and entertainment, a car show, washer tournament, Chihuahua race and more are planned for the one-day event. Kid’s Zone will feature face painting, games and arts and crafts.
Teens charged with multiple vehicle burglaries in Shreveport
On Wednesday, June 20, just after 2:30 a.m., officers were patrolling the 100 block of Adger Street and noticed that the dome light of a vehicle was on. The officer saw a young man standing next to the vehicle and when he approached him, he took off. The officer quickly realized he had interrupted a
Marshall ISD trustees approve partnership with nonprofit Education is Freedom
Marshall ISD trustees on Monday approved a partnership with nonprofit group, Education is Freedom, in an effort to prepare Marshall High School graduates for life beyond high school, Marshall ISD Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Anika Perkins said on Monday.“Education is Freedo
Teens arrested in multiple vehicle burglaries
On April 16, at least three male subjects allegedly began a burglary spree targeting unlocked vehicles, starting in the South Highlands Neighborhood and ending in the Dixie Gardens Neighborhood near Riverside Elementary School.
Beckville man killed in Panola County wreck
Kendrick Tramaine Parker, 34, was driving south on Texas 149 at about 3 a.m. when his pickup crossed the center line and collided with a tractor-trailer, according to Texas Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Jean Dark.
East Texas officer killed in wreck after trying to avoid hitting deer
The preliminary crash investigation revealed the driver of a car identified as Noah Tyson Langston, 20, of Jefferson, was traveling south on FM 31 in the right lane when a deer entered the roadway.
Storm delivers 0.37 inches; more rain forecast today, Friday
A subtropical system that moved up from the south helped to bring 0.37 inches of rainfall to Longview on Wednesday, and more rain is forecast for today and Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Shreveport.The storm Wednesday brought the total precipitation for June so far to 1.32 inch
Daughter, mother, killer testify in wrongful death lawsuit
MARSHALL — The general manager and staff at the former Baymont Inn in Marshall did nothing to seek help for fatally wounded Kari Dunn, her mother testified as a wrongful death lawsuit trial continued Tuesday in the 71st Judicial District Court.“They did nothing, and when I mean nothing, they did not
Longview PD sends warning after false social media reports
The Longview Police Department sent out a warning for locals after noticing several false reports and misinformation being widely shared on social media.In a Facebook post, the department said that recently, many people have posted about incidents involving the targeting of children at local busines
Marshall High School renovations on track for start of school year
Renovations and updates at Marshall High School are moving along and still on track for completion before the start of the 2018-19 school year, which begins Aug. 27, Marshall ISD Superintendent Jerry Gibson said on Monday.“We are moving as fast as we can and everything is on schedule,” Gibson said o
Wrongful death civil trial in Kari Dunn case begins
The family of Kari Hunt Dunn has returned to the 71st Judicial District Court, once again seeking justice for their daughter who was fatally stabbed by her husband, Brad Dunn, at Marshall’s Baymont Inn as the Dunn’s 9-year-old attempted to dial 9-1-1.Opening arguments in the wrongful death civil jur
Police: Man killed victim, set fire to Longview duplex
This story has been updated.A Louisiana man arrested Tuesday is accused of killing a Longview man in May and setting fire to his duplex after the victim made advances toward the suspect's wife, according to an arrest warrant.Johnny Len Kellogg, 46, was held Tuesday in the Gregg County Jail on a char
ETX woman arrested for Solicitation to Commit Murder
Deeanna Aldredge, a 23-year-old Gladewater woman, was arrested just after 10 a.m. Tuesday for Solicitation to Commit Murder.
Longview toddler who killed self while playing with gun identified
The Longview Police Department was called to the 800 block of Owings Avenue around 6:50 p.m., on Thursday, in regards to shots being fired.
Marshall residents celebrate Juneteenth with parade, activities
East Texans gathered in downtown Marshall on Saturday to celebrate Tuesday’s upcoming Juneteenth holiday.Saturday’s celebrations started off with the fourth annual Juneteenth parade at the Historic Harrison County Courthouse, followed by a program at Smith Community Center and outdoor activities at