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Drought tests water rights system

Early this past month, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality issued a notice to a handful of East Texas groups in the Sabine River basin: Their rights to river water will be suspended because a Hawkins hunting and fishing club needs mor

Longview ISD school becomes ‘flagship’ for world charity

J.L. Everhart Elementary School and its students have become the first school in the world to join with an international organization dedicated to easing human suffering for amputees in developing countries.

Tyler Police investigating dead body

We have learned a 64-year-old white man collapsed while on a walk with others on Garden Valley Road. His body is being taken to Dallas for autopsy.

A twist on chocolate with Jamie's Spa

Jamie from Jamie's Spa in Palestine talks about the cleansing powers of our favorite dessert, chocolate.

One vehicle wreck kills three in Rusk County

DPS officials tell KETK three men were found dead Saturday night after their car hit a tree on Highway 42 in Rusk County. 

Sunday morning structure fire in Kilgore

Kilgore Fire Department tells Fox51 there was a house fire this morning in Kilgore at 511 Nolen Street. Officials say they dispatched to the fire around 9:50am. Kilgore fire and police departments responded.

'Wild at Heart'

The event is hosted by the American Heart Association. The theme this year is 'Wild at Heart,' with many of the table center pieces featuring different animals.

Rusk County Appraisal Board reaches deal with Luminant over power plant value

The Rusk County Appraisal Board has accepted a proposal from Luminant officials on the value of its Martin Lake Power Plant, but the matter won’t be finalized until a judge and the energy company sign off on it, Chief Appraiser Terry Deck

Planned Parenthood responds to Komen reversal

UDNATED — Planned Parenthood released the following statement in response to the Komen reveresal:

Komen reverses decision to end Planned Parenthood grants

Dallas — Multiple news sources report Komen for the Cure officials have reversed their decision to cut Planned Parenthood funding.