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Preventing back problems

Dr. Mark Hackbarth is a pain specialist with Precision Spine Care in Tyler. Dr. Hackbarth tells Rachel and Robert some helpful tips East Texans can take in order to prevent back pain.

A night of Frank Sinatra

Carlo D'Angelo is performing a night of Frank Sinatra classics. The show is March 21, at 7pm at the Mineola Civic Center and RV Park. Doors open at 6pm. Buy Tickets Online Here:

Spring trends: Neons and rhinestones

Danielle Koch with BJAXX shows Rachel and Robert some of the top trends for spring. She says rhinestones and neon are very popular this year! 4023 S Broadway Ave, Tyler, TX 75701 · (903) 561-2250  

Kilgore man leads authorities on manhunt following traffic stop

Police were able to catch a man after he showed up at a local hotel following a manhunt in Kilgore involving multiple agencies.

Angelina Co. man arrested for sexual assault of 2 children

The Angelina County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday the arrest of a Diboll man for the alleged sexual assault of two children.

UT Austin investigating "border-themed" frat party

 In a message released Tuesday evening, UT President Bill Powers acknowledges the university's lack of a response to the Fiji house party.

Paris PD looking for pair of accused child sex offenders in unrelated cases

The Paris Police Department issued two releases today in hopes of receiving tips on two fugitives wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting children.

'Loan Ranger Bandit' sentenced to 40 years in prison

In Waco today, a federal judge sentenced 38-year-old Richard Wayne Swicegood (aka “Lone Ranger Bandit”) of Waxahachie, TX, to 40 years in federal prison for committing 13 armed bank robberies in Texas and Arkansas announced Acting U

Texas A&M WR arrested for alleged shoplifting

Texas A&M Wide Receiver Frank Iheanacho was arrested Tuesday afternoon, according to Brazos County Jail records. The Sophomore was charged with giving false information and was released a short time later on $2,000 bond.

Texas legislators debate ridding state of Daylight Saving Time

Texas state legislators are debating a bill Wednesday that would end Daylight Saving Time (DST) in Texas. State Rep. Dann Flynn of district two in East Texas co-authored the bill.