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    Man hospitalized after boating accident on the Sabine River

    One man is recovering after being involved in a boating accident on the Sabine River in Orange.The accident happened around 7 p.m. Saturday. The Orange Fire Department says one man was taken to Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth for treatment. Both Orange Police and the Game Warden are investigating the accident.The Game Warden said those involved are from Louisiana but didn't specify if the injured man is as well.


    Families flock to holiday train in Beaumont

    Families across Southeast Texas spent their Saturday participating in holiday traditions. Hundreds visited the KFC Holiday Express train in Beaumont.During its stop near the Montagne center, visitors boarded the train to visit with Santa and his elves and to tour the inside of three cars of the festive six-car train. The event was free and open to the public but organizers did accept donations that are being passed on to the Salvation Army.

    KCS Holiday Express to visit Beaumont Saturday

    Kansas City Southern (KCS) will celebrate its 15th annual Holiday Express train as the train stops in Beaumont Saturday from 4 p.m. till 9 p.m.

    Southeast Texans shop on Small Business Saturday Video included

    This holiday weekend, many of us had the chance to spend time with family and friends – giving thanks for our blessings, together. Along with time at home, thousands got out into the community to do some shopping.

    Retailers report strong sales Thanksgiving week, locals share money-saving advice Video included

    The holiday shopping season is now in full swing as millions have hit the stores this Black Friday. Parkdale Mall has been busy for most of it.

    Port Arthur man involved in standoff arraigned in Jefferson County

    Standoff in Port Arthur ends with suspect, Omar Chavez, in custody, and his hostages a mother and her little girl safe.

    Early morning shoppers see smaller crowds than usual on Black Friday

    Black Friday shoppers were out and about in Southeast Texas, taking advantage of some holiday deals. Many started shopping Thursday night and continued through the early morning hours Friday.Laura Rich, a self-proclaimed Black Friday expert says she scored a surround sound system for just $45 at Walmart. She and other shoppers are somewhat delirious but overall happy with what they're describing as several hours of successful shopping.

    Shoppers take advantage of holiday deals

    Shoppers are already taking advantage of holiday deals on Thanksgiving evening.

    The "Save Our Children" organization hands out 30 Thanksgiving meals Video included

    The Save Our Children organization in Beaumont handed out 30 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need.

    Travelers experience heightened security Video included

    Barbara Little from Port Neches reunited with her son Corey Fournet Wednesday as he arrived at Jack Brooks Regional Airport from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He could not find his luggage at first.

    UPDATE: Death toll from Tuesday's accident in Nome now 3. Identities of all victims released. Video included

    A spokesperson for the Department of Public Safety Wednesday confirmed to 12News that Lennise Gutierrez, 49, of McAllen, who was taken to the hospital Tuesday following an accident in Nome that killed two men, has died.

    Investigators Wednesday also identified the second male victim as David Rust, 56, of Dayton, Texas. 

    Presidential disaster declaration granted for Hardin, Liberty, other Texas counties

    The President Wednesday morning granted the request for assistance for 15 counties that will aid Texans as they continue to recover and rebuild. The President also granted disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

    Beaumont Police Department: Car break-ins increase during the holiday shopping season Video included

    Law enforcement said with 31 car break-ins already in November, shoppers need to be extra cautious during the holiday shopping season.

    Teen volunteers keep spirits high at the Thanksgiving Store Video included

    Every year Some Other Place helps out hundreds of families in Southeast Texas by providing them with all the items they need to cook a Thanksgiving meal for their households. All people who receive the food have to qualify.

    Uber cars 'map' southeast Texas

    Southeast Texans are buzzing about two SUVs that have been spotted in the area. The cars belong to the transportation company Uber.

    CASA of Southeast Texas receives $5,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.

    Court Appointed Special Advocates of Southeast Texas, CASA, has received a $5,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.

    The Salvation Army Beaumont will provide free Thanksgiving meal

    The Salvation Army Beaumont will host a Thanksgiving holiday meal for individuals, families and seniors in need this Wednesday, November 25th, before Thanksgiving Day

    $13 Million awarded to widen section of IH-10 in Orange County to 6 lanes

    The Texas Transportation Commission has approved $13 million in Proposition 1 funding to widen 10 miles of IH 10 from the KCS Railroad to FM 1442.

    Sulphur bicyclist struck and killed

    A spokesperson for the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday that a man on a bike was struck and killed by a passing car Monday evening.

    The accident was reported around 6 p.m. in the 1800 block of Swisco Rd. in Sulphur.

    Gas prices at their lowest for Thanksgiving since 2004 Video included

    A surplus in crude oil has turned into a drastic drop for gas prices.  Something many drivers say they are truly thankful for this Thanksgiving.  According to energy experts, nearly 60 percent of U.S. gas stations are already selling gas for less than two bucks a gallon. 

    Four killed in Fort Hood helicopter crash

    Four crew members died Monday afternoon when a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed on the Fort Hood range, officials from the military post confirmed. The crash happened sometime after 5:49 p.m. in the northeast area of the range during a routine training mission.

    Russia confirms its jet shot down near Turkish border Video included

    Turkey shot down a Russian fighter plane Tuesday - a long-feared crisis in Syria's civil war and apparently the first time a NATO member has downed a Russian plane in a half-century.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin called Turkey's action a "stab in the back by the terrorists' accomplices" and warned of "significant consequences." At Turkey's request, NATO's governing body called an emergency meeting.

    NFL players team up to give back to SETX for the Thanksgiving holiday

    Port Arthur natives, Jordan Babineaux (ret NFL) analyst/host of Neuax Your Role Sports (Seahawks Radio/TV), Jonathan Babineaux of the Atlanta Falcons, and Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs are giving back to those in need by hosting their annual turkey basket giveaway. The Babineaux Brothers, co-founders of their non-profit organization Babineaux Family Foundation, have been hosting this event with Jamaal Charles, founder of Jamaal Charles Youth Mat...

    Fire damages Super Foods Store in Beaumont

    Beaumont Fire Investigators are looking into the cause of an early morning fire at the Super Foods Store on West Virginia Street, near Avenue A. The fire started at about 2:42 a.m. and caused major damage to the building.

    U.S. issues worldwide travel alert

    WFAA - The State Department on Monday issued a worldwide travel alert for U.S. citizens due to "possible risks ... due to increased terrorist threats.""Current information suggests that ISIL (aka Da’esh), al-Qa’ida, Boko Haram, and other terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions," the bulletin said.

    UPDATE: Two men charged in slaying of Indiana pastor's wife

    Detectives have arrested two men in connection with the shooting death of a pastor's wife attacked in her home earlier this month, authorities said Monday.

    Well-dressed man robs Port Arthur bank Video included

    Port Arthur police officers responded to the Texas First Bank located at 10607 Memorial Blvd. in Port Arthur for a bank robbery around 1:30 p.m. Monday.  This is close to the city limits with Nederland.

    Crook Cam: Police seek people caught on video stealing from M&D Supply in Beaumont Video included

    This week, the Beaumont Police Department is asking for your help in identifying two subjects who police say stole a Stihl brand weed eater from M & D Supply at 4580 College St in Beaumont.  

    BuyER Beware: Legislation aims to better educate visitors to free standing emergency centers

    In this special report, 12News explains that there's a major difference between a free standing emergency room and an urgent care. Statewide, patients who walk into the ERs with non-life threatening conditions walk away shocked, especially when the bill comes in the mail months later.

    Orange police search for dollar store robbery suspect

    Orange Police say they are hoping surveillance video and tips from the community will lead to the arrest of a man who robbed a dollar store Saturday night.

    Beaumont Police Department: Shoppers must remain vigilant during the holiday season Video included

    As the holiday shopping season gets underway the Beaumont Police Department is asking all shoppers to take extra precautions to make sure they are safe when they shop. 

    Lance's Little Legends 11/22/15 Video included

    This week our cameras returned to the Beaumont Youth Soccer Club for an exciting round of games. We discovered an interesting tidbit of information while watching the action. Check out the items used by these coaches and players to designate who is supposed to kick the ball into the correct goal. 

    16 hospitalized after shooting at music video filming

    NEW ORLEANS - A gun battle broke out during the videotaping of an impromptu music video at a block party attended by an estimated 500 people at Bunny Friend playground Sunday, sending 16 people to the hospital with a variety of gunshot-related injuries.

    Amber alert issued for two small children from Hill County

    The Hill County Sheriff’s Office has issued an Amber alert and is searching for Lulamae Ann King,5 and Deondre King, 6. The suspect is driving a white, 1997 Chevrolet cavalier with a Texas license plate number of BV8205. The suspects were last seen in Whitney, Texas. Police are looking for Clifford Ray King Jr. and Cristal Chauntell Taylor in connection with the children's abduction.

    Louisiana State Police arrest Dallas man on rape charges in Vinton

    A Dallas man is being held at the Calcasieu Parish Correctional Center on a $250,000 bond after Louisiana State Police say they arrested him on rape charges.Canelario Mora-Alvarado, 32 is facing first degree rape, unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling, and sexual battery charges. Troopers with the Gaming Enforcement Division say they received information about a woman who was reportedly raped inside of a horse barn at Delta Downs in Vinton in western Calcasieu Parish.

    Drivers escape multi-vehicle wreck in Jasper County with non life-threatening injures

    The Texas Department of Public Safety says three drivers who were involved in an early morning wreck are recovering from their injuries and are all expected to survive.DPS spokesperson Trooper Stephanie Davis says around 2 a.m. Sunday, a Dodge pickup truck being driven by Jacie Viator, 22 of Orange was heading south on Highway 62.

    Democrat John Bel Edwards wins runoff election for Louisiana governor

    Associated Press: Democrat John Bel Edwards has won the runoff election for Louisiana governor, defeating the once-heavy favorite, Republican David Vitter, and handing the Democrats their first statewide victory since 2008.Edwards, a state lawmaker, will take over the office from term-limited Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal in January.

    Airman from Beaumont military family returns home Video included

    This thanksgiving and holiday season will be extra-special for one Beaumont family. Senior airman Thomas Leicht III returned to his hometown Saturday after serving four years in the air force.

    Mid County group paints yard crosses following park monument controversy Video included

    The rain Saturday didn't stop dozens of people from painting crosses white at a flooring center in Port Neches.After the Freedom from Religion Foundation asked the city for the 10 foot concrete cross at riverfront park in Port Neches to be removed, the "little white cross" group decided to start making crosses for residents to put in their yards.

    Man finds puppies trapped inside sealed aquarium

    A Mississippi man was walking near his home when he discovered two puppies trapped inside a glass aquarium with the lid sealed shut.Matt Williamson was looking for his dog in the woods near his home when he stumbled upon the two puppies, WAPT-TV reported. Williamson said brown and white puppies were trapped inside of an aquarium near an abandoned bridge.“

    High School Football Playoffs Video included

    Click for highlights of PN-G vs Angleton, Nederland vs George Ranch, Silsbee vs Sealy and West Orange-Stark vs Wharton. Plus scores from other area games.

    Orange PD and SO officers crack down on drug activity Video included

    Law enforcement in Orange County is cracking down on what they say is a growing trend of illegal drug activity in the area. The Orange Police Department tells us the latest bust caught Karl Downs, a business owner in Orange, and John McMillan, with trying to sell hydromorphone to undercover cops.

    Number of candidates vying for Hardin County Sheriff grows to six

    Two more Republican candidates entered the race for Hardin County Sheriff on Friday, bringing the list to at least six.

    UPDATE: Buna woman held on $750,000 bond, charged with starving three-month-old baby boy

    Bond has been set for a Buna woman accused of starving her three-month-old baby.  

    Jaclyn Connally Cogar, 32, was arrested Thursday and charged with injury to a child, 1st degree.

    Texas orders its volunteer groups to stop resettling Syrians

    Texas has instructed volunteer organizations that settle international refugees to immediately stop helping Syrians in the wake of the deadly Paris attacks — even though it may not have the authority to do so.

    Former foster child adopts son on National Adoption Day

    November marks National Adoption Month and counties nationwide are celebrating with mass adoptions. In Jefferson County, 17 foster children were welcomed into their forever families."We've been able to witness all of his firsts. Just watching him grow," said new mom Randi Frazee. "His first word, his first tooth, his first crawl, his first walk. It's been very rewarding."Frazee and her husband Matt permanently welcomed Brandon into their lives Friday.

    PHOTOS: Jefferson County Adoption Day

    Adoption day in Jefferson County came with an Alice in Wonderland theme this year complete with costumes, presents and most of all, forever families for kids!

    Local business owner and accomplice tried to sell drugs to undercover officer, police say

    Police in Orange arrested two men they say tried to sell drugs to an undercover officer.

    Hostages freed as Mali hotel siege ends; at least 20 dead

    Malian security forces, aided by U.S. and French special forces, ended a 7-hour siege Friday at a Radisson Blu hotel after alleged Islamic extremists seized as many as 170 hostages.

    Malian security forces said at least 20 people were dead. Mali's Security Minister Salif Traore said gunmen were no longer holding any hostages, the BBC reported.

    Former head of Port Arthur's streets division remains held on $120,000 bond, charged with 46 counts of credit card abuse

    The former Superintendent of the Streets Division for the City of Port Arthur was arrested on 46 counts of credit card abuse, the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday evening.

    The Salvation Army kicks off annual Kettle Campaign today

    The Salvation Army Beaumont's traditional Annual Red Kettle Campaign starts Friday and will continue until Christmas Eve. 

    Campaign to curb deadly driving hits home

    There is a startling statistic out by the Texas Department of Transportation on the number of roadside deaths in our state. The department said in the last 15 years, at least one person has died in a car collision every day. 

    Buckner Raises a Record-Breaking $240,320 from Chevron Phillips Charity Golf Tournament

    Officials from Buckner Children and Family Services received a $240,320 check Thursday representing proceeds from the 2015 Chevron Phillips Charity Golf Tournament held at Bayou Din on Sept. 25.

    Developers want to turn Hotel Sabine & World Trade Building in Port Arthur into loft apartments

    It's the tallest building in the downtown Port Arthur skyline and was once a regal hotel, but now the Hotel Sabine is more of an eyesore.  A Kansas development company wants to breathe new life into the building by bringing new life downtown. 

    Mother upset that bus didn't pick up son

    One mother is upset with the Beaumont Independent School District after she said her 12-year-old son had to walk home last Wednesday because the bus never picked him up.

    UnitedHealth warns it may exit Obamacare plans

    The nation's largest health insurance provider dealt a blow to the Affordable Care Act on Thursday. UnitedHealth Group warned it may stop offering coverage to individuals through public exchanges after taking a big hit to its bottom line.The insurer's withdrawal from the Obamacare exchanges would force some 540,000 Americans to find coverage from another provider.UnitedHealth (UNH) downgraded its earnings forecast, bemoaning low growth projection...

    Wrongful death lawsuit filed in ATV accident that killed Nederland teen

    A lawsuit has been filed in connection with an ATV accident in Newton County that killed a 16-year-old Nederland girl.

    Jasper Co. man arrested after woman said she witnessed him sexually assault a child

    A Jasper County man is held in jail on $500,000 after a witness told investigators she caught the man sexually assaulting a child.

    No injuries in crash involving two 18-wheelers and Vidor police car

    An accident on Interstate 10 eastbound brought traffic to a crawl around 2:30 p.m. between Vidor and Rose City.

    Accident involving a car, Kirbyville school bus on FM 1013

    Officials say all of the kids who were aboard a Kirbyville Independent School District school bus that was involved in an accident Thursday are o.k. and the driver of the car that hit the bus was taken to the hospital.

    The collision happened just after 7 a.m. Thursday on FM 1013 near FM 1005 in Jasper County.

    What's Trending: Girlfriends blamed for poor athlete performances Video included

    One of the top five quarterbacks in the NFL and one of the best scorers in the NBA are both being criticized for relationships they having with celebrity girlfriends.

    Three arrested, drugs and guns confiscated in Orange

    Meth, cash and five firearms are among the items taken in as evidence as part of an investigation that led to the arrest of three people in Orange.

    Seven children have new forever homes as Orange County celebrates National Adoption Awareness Month

    Orange County Wednesday celebrated National Adoption Awareness Month as 7 children were adopted into their forever homes.

    Indictments this week in Jefferson County include murder, armed robbery and aggravated perjury

    Indictments handed up this week by the Jefferson County Grand Jury include a man charged in a Sept. 12 homicide and a suspect believed to be responsible for at least two armed robberies.

    West Orange Water Dept. issues boil water notice

    Due to a water main break, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required our water system Orange County Water Control and Improvement District #2 PWS181006 to notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.

    Holiday shopping trends evolve this year

    While many of us have started holiday shopping,  some are waiting for those black Friday sales. No matter when you shop, there are new trends this year in what you're buying."My 16th birthday my mom got me spa coupons," said Jordyn Roberts, a senior at West Brook High School. "We had a little mother-daughter outing thing that was a lot of fun. That was a really good gift."

    Man convicted in 2012 death of 3-year-old to get new trial

    A man convicted and sentenced in 2014 to life in prison for the 2012 death of a 3-year-old girl has had his conviction overturned.

    Truck lands in waterway after head-on collision in Port Arthur

    An accident in Port Arthur sent a truck into the water along Highway 82.

    Crime lab continues to investigate evidence from car in hit-and-run accident that killed mother and child

    The Jefferson County Regional Crime Lab is researching evidence taken from the car police say struck and killed a 25-year-old mother and her 6-year-old daughter.

    Port Arthur considers dedicating millions to fix city's rocky roads

    Port Arthur city council is considering allocating possibly millions of dollars in funding to fix the city's decrepit streets.  If council moves forward with the decision, it would eventually be placed on the May 2016 ballot.

    Bobby Jindal ends GOP presidential campaign

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal ended his long-shot campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, saying on Fox News "it's not my time."While Jindal's campaign showed some progress in Iowa — site of the Feb. 1 caucuses that open the Republican nomination contest — he had trouble gaining traction in other states.Known as an economic wonk during his years as a U.S. House member and as governor, Jindal stressed social issues during his short-lived ...

    Mayor of China says cost of fighting proposed housing complex too high

    The Mayor of China, Texas says the cost of fighting a proposed affordable housing complex in his city is just to high to continue. 

    Charlton-Pollard & Fehl-Price dismiss early due to power outage

    Two Beaumont Independent School District campuses Tuesday dismissed classes early because of a power outage.

    Group collects donations for little white crosses Video included

    12News reported on a group from Mid County that plans to build as many white crosses as they get requests for as long as they receive donations, scrap wood, white paint, and other building materials.

    Lance's Little Legends 11/16 Video included

    This week we interviewed some muddy soccer studs and a young lady who has her whole life mapped out. Find out who gets the most mud on their uniform and learn a little science at the same time during this week's segment.

    Reward offered for most wanted fugitive

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Markeith McWright, 32, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his capture.

    Newton County Sheriff looking for clues in weekend shooting death

    A spokesperson for the Newton County Sheriff's Office Monday said deputies are asking for anyone with information about a weekend shooting death to call the Sheriff's Office.

    Murder charges filed against woman after stabbing death in Beaumont's south end

    A woman, 25, has been charged with murder following a fatal stabbing early Monday morning in Beaumont.

    Crime Stoppers tip helps police nab suspect believed responsible for two robberies

    A spokesperson for the Beaumont Police Department said a Crime Stoppers tip led to the arrest of a suspect in a recent aggravated robbery, and the same person may be responsible for other crimes.

    Beaumont street closure: East Lavaca St. at Spur 380 (M.L. King Jr. Parkway) Service Road

    Continuing Monday, Nov. 16, East Lavaca Street from the east side of the Spur 380 (M.L. King Jr. Parkway) service road, will remain closed to all traffic.  

    Don't buy these 4 things on Black Friday

    Black Friday has become synonymous in our minds with great deals. Often, the deals are impressive as businesses compete for shoppers' attention and dollars. But there’s a dirty little Black Friday secret.Just because you're buying on Black Friday doesn't mean you're getting the biggest savings. You might do better buying before or after, depending on the product. But how do you know?Every year, software giant Adobe uses its Adobe Marketing Cloud to crunch numbers and make predict...

    Beaumont police search for suspect who held clerk at gunpoint

    Beaumont police are looking for a man they say held a clerk at gunpoint as he robbed a convenience store early Saturday morning.Officer Joe Ornelas says around 5:30 a.m. A customer entered the Corner Stop in the 3700 block of East Lucas and asked for cigarettes. Once the store clerk, who had been stocking shelves moved to the area where the cash register is located, the customer pushed him inside and pointed a handgun at his head.

    Hardin and Liberty among 15 counties declared disaster areas

    Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in Bastrop, Brazoria, Caldwell, Comal, Galveston, Guadalupe, Hardin, Harris, Hays, Hidalgo, Liberty, Navarro, Travis, Willacy, and Wilson Counties in the State of Texas.

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    • Florida police investigate after woman posts image of dog with mouth taped shut

      Florida police investigate after woman posts image of dog with mouth taped shut

      10 News Staff, WTSP VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. -- An image of a dog with its mouth taped shut has made the rounds of the Internet, causing outrage and flooding a Florida emergency line with hundreds of phone calls.Facebook user Katie Brown, who resides in South Daytona, Florida part-time, posted the image of her dog Saturday with the caption "This is what happens when you don't shut up."The post has been shared over 220,000 times.

      10 News Staff, WTSP VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. -- An image of a dog with its mouth taped shut has made the rounds of the Internet, causing outrage and flooding a Florida emergency line with hundreds of phone calls.Facebook user Katie Brown, who resides in South Daytona, Florida part-time, posted the image of her dog Saturday with the caption "This is what happens when you don't shut up."The post has been shared over 220,000 times.

    • Sources: Officer, 2 civilians killed in CO Springs shooting

      Sources: Officer, 2 civilians killed in CO Springs shooting

      A suspect is led away from scene of Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs, COA suspect is led away from scene of Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs, CO
      ABC News and KUSA - The gunman who shot 11 people -- including five police officers -- has been taken into custody, according to the Colorado Springs police department. One police officer was killed in the shoot-out, law enforcement sources told ABC News. A source tells 12News' sister station KUSA in Denver a civilian and police officer was killed. The "active shooter" situation at the Planned Parenthood building lasted for roughly five hours this afternoon. Police said ...

      ABC News and KUSA - The gunman who shot 11 people -- including five police officers -- has been taken into custody, according to the Colorado Springs police department. One police officer was killed in the shoot-out, law enforcement sources told ABC News. A source tells 12News' sister station KUSA in Denver a civilian and police officer was killed. The "active shooter" situation at the Planned Parenthood building lasted for roughly five hours this afternoon. Police said ...

    • Gunman in custody after clinic shootings

      Gunman in custody after clinic shootings

      Gunman in custody after clinic shootings

      A man wearing hunting gear and armed with a "long gun" was taken into custody Friday evening after barricading himself inside a Planned Parenthood clinic here and leading a shooting spree that left four officers and at least five civilians injured, according to officials.

      A man wearing hunting gear and armed with a "long gun" was taken into custody Friday evening after barricading himself inside a Planned Parenthood clinic here and leading a shooting spree that left four officers and at least five civilians injured, according to officials.

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