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Marriage licenses filed from March 23 to 27 in the Gregg County Clerk's office:... [Read More]
Disposed from March 23 to 27 in Gregg County Civil Court:... [Read More]
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Area law enforcement agencies said they are showing more discretion about who's booked into the Gregg County Jail in an effort to protect inmates and... [Read More]
Two more Northeast Texans who had been diagnosed with COVID-19 have died, officials said Friday, bringing the region's death toll to at least six. [Read More]
Two of Gregg County's four constables have requested radar equipment to help them detect speeders in their precincts. [Read More]
Gregg County sheriff's deputies arrested a 48-year-old woman Thursday after they said she fired a gun after threatening a tow truck driver who came to... [Read More]
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Those non-emergency calls have included questions about the local stay-at-home orders issued by Longview Mayor Andy Mack and Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt. [Read More]
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A Gregg County Jail inmate tested positive for COVID-19 and was transferred to Smith County on Thursday, the same day health officials said the disease... [Read More]
A Gregg county woman was arrested after firing a weapon during a vehicle repossession. [Read More]
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The Smith County Jail has an isolated "negative pressure cell" and as a result an inmate with coronavirus from the Gregg County Jail was brought... [Read More]
The Gregg County Sheriff's Office said Thursday that an inmate hospitalized during the past week has tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
The number of confirmed positive coronavirus cases in Smith County has risen to 53. Gregg County saw their total rise to 13. [Read More]
The Gregg County Sheriff confirmed Thursday afternoon that an inmate has tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
Longview Mayor Andy Mack announced on Facebook Wednesday morning that two more coronavirus cases had been confirmed Wednesday morning. This puts East Texas at 102... [Read More]
From staff reports... [Read More]
UPDATE: One of the new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported today in Gregg County is actually a resident of Rusk County. [Read More]
Gregg County sheriff's deputies arrested a 56-year-old Kilgore man Tuesday night after responding to a call about shots being fired, according to police. [Read More]
UPDATE: Gregg County Health Authority Dr. Lewis Browne said today there have been three more confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Gregg County, bringing the... [Read More]
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