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Two crash reconstructions will be conducted by The Texas Department of Public Safety on Interstate 10 in Jefferson County Thursday, April 12. 

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A 20-year-old Beaumont man was killed in a motorcycle accident Monday night, April 9, reports the Beaumont Police Department. 

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Orange County investigators are searching for a travel trailer stolen out of the Mauriceville area April 2.

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Photo courtesy of Raising Cane’s

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, the Louisiana-based restaurant company known for its quality chicken finger meals, is launching a national partnership with Lemonade Day, a non-profit organization that teaches youth how to start, own, and operate their very own business – a lemonade stand.

Raising Cane’s founder & CEO Todd Graves helped bring Lemonade Day to Louisiana in 2011. Since then, Raising Cane’s restaurants across the state have been actively involved in supporting and promoting the organization.

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Investigators are attempting to determine what caused the death of a 58-year-old man found lying unconscious on a city sidewalk April 8, reports the Beaumont Police Department.

According to Officer Haley Morrow, officers responded to the 2600 block of Irving in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, officers located Eustiseu Rocha lying unresponsive on the sidewalk. Rocha was pronounced deceased on the scene by Beaumont EMS. Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident. Cause of death is unknown at this time pending autopsy.

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A Beaumont shooting is under investigation after the victim attempted to drive to the hospital on Saturday night, April 7.

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Memorial for DaShondra Guillory, killed at just 26 years old

Correction: The April 5 printed edition of The Examiner incorrectly identifies the relationship between 26-year-old murder victim DaShondra Guillory and her assailant, who targeted Guillory after the gunman had an earlier encounter with the woman's boyfriend, Israel Manuel, also killed in the attack.

 

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The Better Business Bureau serving Southeast Texas says that that protecting your identity is largely in your own hands. And here’s the first rule: If you don’t need it, destroy it.

The BBB will help you do that.

Saturday, April 28, from 9-11:30 a.m. at Parkdale Mall in Beaumont, BBB SETX will host ShredFest. The free event will provide on-site document shredding and tips to protect your identity.

ShredFest is sponsored by Star Graphics, Bill Clark Pest Control, Neches Credit Union, Armour Shred, Chick-fil-A and Sparklets Water

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Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner feeding a Galapagos Tortoise

In 2022, the Houston Zoo will celebrate its 100th anniversary by completing the most dramatic transformation in its history. April 5, 2018,the zoo launched its $150 million centennial fundraising campaign and unveiled plans for several new multi-species habitats during an event at the zoo’s historic Reflection Pool.

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The number of postal employees attacked by dogs nationwide reached 6,244 in 2017 — more than 500 fewer than 2016.

“We’re encouraged by the decrease in dog attacks,” said U.S. Postal Service Safety Director Linda DeCarlo in San Diego, where postal employees suffered 46 attacks — the fifth ranked city in 2017. “The totals are still too high, but we’re confident that with continuing education and dog bite prevention training, along with advancing technology, we can keep more people safe and keep attacks trending downward.”

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