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Plane crashes in Titus County

Emergency responders are at the scene of a plane crash in Titus County. According to DPS, at around 4:50 p.m., a small aircraft crashed near the intersection of County Road 4640 and County Road 4660, southeast of Mt. Pleasant.

Man charged with intoxication manslaughter in fatal HWY 31 wreck

One person was killed early Sunday evening in a head-on crash near Tyler.

Flint father charged in daughter's death released on bond

Russel Gene Lindstrom, the father of a child who died in a hot car in June 2014, has been released on bond.

Authorities seeking tips in thefts from ETX drilling companies

Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s investigators are seeking the public’s help in solving three recent thefts from well service companies in Nacogdoches County.

Winona ISD lifts "Shelter in Place" Monday morning

Winona ISD campuses were placed on a lockdown for a short time Monday morning. The school released a statement on the incident:

Lufkin Crime Stoppers searching for purse thieves

September 10th, a man and woman decided to help themselves to merchandise and an employee’s personal belongings at a store on Southwood Drive in Lufkin.

Police looking for man who allegedly attacked public servant in E. Texas

The Sulphur Springs Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a suspect who attacked a public servant.

Victims in HWY 31 head-on collision identified

One person was killed early Sunday evening in a head-on crash near Tyler. The collision happened around 7:00 p.m. on Highway 31 near County Road 246.

Warrant issued in shooting death of Nacogdoches woman

The Nacogdoches Police Department has issued a warrant in the shooting death of a local woman.

Texas Wide Open For Veterans offers vets one stop opportunity to live and work in TX

Active members of the military and veterans who are considering where to begin their civilian lives can now access a new resource that reveals the many advantages and opportunities awaiting veterans choosing to make the Lone Star State their pe