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Power Outages

Oncor officials tell KFXK that as of 10:00 p.m there are still 900 people without power. Those outages are mainly in Tyler and Whitehouse.

Update: Major wreck blocking three lanes on Old Jacksonville Highway

Tyler — At this time, one northbound lane has been converted to a southbound lane, and the other northbound lane is open. Both southbound lanes and the median are closed.

Update: Survivor of fiery I-20 wreck still in critical condition

Gregg County — According to his family, Jimmy Mitchell, 68, is still in ICU, listed in critical condition as of 8:00 am Tuesday morning.

Lufkin child endangerment trial begins

The trial of a Lufkin woman charged in the death of her second child while sleeping with it has begun.

NPD: Magazine sales scam in Nacogdoches

Authorities are warning Nacogdoches residents of a credit card scam involving magazine sales. The Nacogdoches Police Department has received several calls in reference to the scam.

Update: Victim of beating, kidnapping identified

The victim of this kidnapping has been identified by Nacogdoches authorities as Houston resident John Todd, 19. A motive for the kidnapping has not been determined.

Nacogdoches police arrest boyfriend in toddler injury case

Nacogdoches — Nacogdoches officials have arrested one person in connection with an injury to a child incident that was reported on March 22.

LETU to present theologian Dr. Darrell Bock on April 9

(Longview, TEXAS)— The public is invited to attend the third and final session of LeTourneau University’s Spring 2012 Theological Symposium Series featuring Dr. Darrell Bock on Monday, April 9.

Wood County woman guilty of bank fraud

TEXARKANA, Texas – A 48-year-old Winnsboro, Texas woman has pleaded guilty to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Former DaVita nurse found guilty of injecting bleach into patients, sentenced to life in prison

A judge sentences former Davita Dialysis nurse in Lufkin to Life in Prison on Monday. On Friday, a jury found Kimberly Saenz  guilty of capital murder.