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One man was arrested after an alleged assault in Orange where the victim claimed the man hurled a derogatory slur while running toward him with a knife.

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Police in Orange are currently investigating a burglary of a residence in the 400 block of Azalea Street that happened sometime Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.

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A woman in Orange arrested for public intoxication found herself in even more trouble after police found crack cocaine in her possession during a strip search at the Orange County Jail.

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An audience member's possession of The Examiner newspaper prompted the Beaumont Independent School District Board of Trustees to end a scheduled budget meeting shortly after the meeting commenced Thursday, June 6. Trustees and audience members had braved the inclement weather to attend the posted meeting, which was scheduled to allow the elected leaders of the school board to whittle away an upcoming budget deficit in the millions - potentially costing teachers their jobs, or necessitating a tax increase.

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Two men were killed as the result of a shooting in Port Arthur early Thursday, June 6. According to a news release from the Port Arthur Police Department, police were dispatched to the 2800 block of 59th Street at approximately 1:05 a.m. in response to a report of a suspicious vehicle.The caller told police that someone appeared to be slumped over in the passenger’s seat while the driver’s seat was unoccupied.

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The suspect in yesterday’s shooting in Fannett has been identified as 35-year-old Matthew Earl Smith of Hamshire. Smith was charged with murder and is being held on a $1 million bond in relation to the death of 51-year-old Cole Dupuy of Fannett, according to a news release from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

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Toni Harris

Toni Harris, marketing specialist from Constant Contact in Houston, will lead a workshop June 20 at the Small Business Development Center in Port Arthur, focusing on growing business with e-mail and social media.

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Linsey Davenport

Racial tensions continue to stir in the city of Jasper after two white Jasper Police Department officers were fired Monday, June 3, after using excessive force against Keyarika “Shea”

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