Roland Angelle has already served time in prison for obtaining fraudulent loans, and now he is being served by an insurance company that is trying to collect the more than $2 million he was ordered to pay 10 years ago.
Mikal Watts South Texas trial lawyer Mikal Watts considers himself a warrior. His Watts Law Firm Website is full of quotes by Sun Tzu, a Chinese author who wrote the "Art of War" in the fifth-century B.C., and photos of masked fencers thrusting and jabbing at their foes.
Beaumont Councilman W.L. Pate He has already filed an informal complaint with the state election commission, and now local activist Allen Lee has filed a lawsuit against one of his opponents in the May 12 Beaumont city council election.
Many lawsuits blame the air that workers breathe has caused illness, but the family of a former employee of Du Pont's Sabine River Works are claiming the drinking water supply at the facility is the cause of the man's death.
J. Keith Hyde Johnie Crocker Jr. worked as an operator and shift foreman at Texaco Butadiene Company at its Port Neches facility and now his survivors says the work was the cause of the cancer that took his life.
Former Beaumont Mayor Guy Goodson thanked supporters at a farewell reception on May 31. Goodson and three council members, including Dr. Lulu Smith, right, are leaving city government after decades of service. The city of Beaumont said goodbye May 31 to a group of public servants that had a combined total of 68 in city government.
Rep. Corbin Van Arsdale In a legislative session fraught with battles to unseat House Speaker Tom Craddick, Texas lawmakers were able to agree on at least one measure that is big news for the state's maritime industry.
Deloris "Bobbie" Prince After recounting the votes Wednesday from the mayor's race in Port Arthur, candidates Deloris "Bobbie" Prince and Willie "Bae" Lewis are still the contenders for the June 30 runoff election.