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World AIDS Days is Dec. 1, 2013, and it represents an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV.

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Castro

A Texas man has pleaded guilty to nine charges of possession of oversized reds, one charge of no saltwater fishing license, and one charge of exceeding the possession limit for red drum, according to Mike Cox with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

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Alfred Wright: Photo courtesy of Facebook

A Jasper man who has been missing since Nov. 7 was found Monday, Nov. 25, near a remote pasture a few miles from where he was last seen.

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Glidden

Kevin Glidden, a 17-year-old West Brook High School senior and one of Southeast Texas’ newest Eagle Scouts, is preparing for a career after graduation as any high school student should. But for Glidden, that also means overcoming the challenge of Asperger syndrome.

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Calder Avenue is one of the original grand concourses in Beaumont, once home to many stately mansions some of which survive today. Now a thriving group of small businesses are scattered along a stretch of more than two miles amidst the St. Elizabeth Hospital campus and the various medical supply stores, auto repair shops and law offices.

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Photo courtesy of the United States Marine Corps

Christus is leading an effort to help those impacted by Typhoon Haiyan, one of the largest typhoons in history that caused more than 4,000 deaths and more than $1 billion worth of damage in the Philippines and Southea

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David Emmanuelle

When Barbara Ann Cooper was pregnant with her two-year-old daughter, David Emmanuelle, doctors told her things did not look good for the baby. They listed a host of potential diagnoses, from Down’s syndrome to heart disease. Barbara was told it was likely her daughter would be stillborn. But she never gave up. Even when she could feel her child trembling inside her womb, she refused to believe all was lost.

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Quave

A Silsbee woman and former vice president of Silsbee High School’s Operation Graduation is facing serious accusations that she mishandled thousands in Operation Graduation money.

But an Examiner investigation has revealed this isn’t the first time Michelle Gore Quave, 40, has been under the law’s microscope for financial-related crimes.

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When an automatic pay raise provision was somehow inserted into new BISD superintendent Timothy Chargois’ employment contract in May 2012, it came as a shock to at least two sitting Beaumont Independent School District Board of Trustees members.

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A woman claiming to be someone else was arrested for marijuana possession and failure to identify after police say they caught her behind a Vidor business collecting copper wire.

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