A 12-year-old who lost her father and her stepmother four years ago will be honored in Washington for an essay on her experience.
Officer accused of hitting Beaumont man 13 times says video doesn’t tell whole story.
Beaumont resident Lance Killian has a few ideas for apps for Google Glass, but he’s not telling.
Where would the world be without the digital doohickey that helps keep scatterbrained cyberspace sort of coherent?
The experience of Port Arthur resident Jeremy Borque, whose plants were seized by Port Arthur police last week, helped to galvanize a group of residents to organize a chapter of NORML—the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws.
The threat of rain dampened attendance at the most recent Come and Take it Beaumont rally and march, but not the ardor of those present. About a dozen people, including three children, toted long guns as they walked a short distance up and down Dowlen Road waving American and Texas flags.
Sometimes a “Dear John” letter goes mercifully astray, clearing the way for decades of wedded bliss.
Sometimes a valuable legacy goes unclaimed for generations before finally ending up in the hands of a grateful heir. And sometimes, an unclaimed prize in a high school essay contest turns up 21 years later, with interest.