During the second day of Beaumont ISD communication specialist Jessie Haynes' trial for blocking a public entrance, refusing to let a reporter and a school board trustee into a press conference, a BISD police officer testified Haynes was unhappy with his original
A woman with a financial criminal history spanning three states and at least two decades will spend the next several years behind bars after she admitted to stealing from her comatose, common-law husband.
Jefferson County Criminal District Attorney, Cory Crenshaw, doesn’t have much time to make his impact on Jefferson County, but as the interim District Attorney just passed his 100th day in office, he says he’s well on his way to righting more than a few wrongs.
Families with special needs children are often posed with great challenges. For some families, those challenges often involve preparing for the unexpected. What if a hurricane comes to Beaumont again? How will I pay for medications? Where do I go when a teacher mistreats my child? Who will take care of my child when I’m gone?
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