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Possible drowning at Lake Palestine

West Side Fire Department has confirmed with KETK they are en route to a possible drowing at Lake Palestine near Sunrise Shore.

BRYAN POLICE: Missing 6 year old boy found safe with family member

The Bryan Police Department is reporting a missing six-year-old Bryan boy has been found safe at the home of another relative. Tuesday, at 5:21 p.m., Landon Lewis was reported missing.

Controversy surrounding flu vaccines

Even though many health officials urge people of all ages to get flu vaccines  there are some who strongly disagree.

Political flip-flop

For years we have heard this from many on Capitol Hill, mainly from those on the left, "we cannot be the policemen of the world."

Upshur Co. investigating body found as homicide

On Monday August 26, 2013, around 1:30 p.m., the Upshur County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a residence in the southwestern part of Upshur County in reference to a welfare concern.

TX dad will not be charged for beating man to death who raped his 5 year old daughter

A Texas father who discovered a man raping his five-year-old daughter and beat him to death with his bare hands will not be charged with homicide under state law.

ETX native being held for allegedly killing wife, stealing 5 month old baby

According to the Houston Chronicle, a Nacogdoches native living in South Texas is being held in East Texas fo

VIDEO: Longview citizens don't let the weather stop their Labor Day plans

While most of East Texas saw sunny skies this labor day weekend.... storms swept across the Longview area late Sunday night and early Monday morning.

TMF Football Classic celebrates 10th anniversary

Pitting some of the best and most explosive football throughout East Texas, the Trinity Mother Frances Football Classic returns to Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium to celebrate its 10th anniversary later this week.

City of Tyler, Smith County to host community meeting

Smith County and the City of Tyler will be hosting a community meeting on Monday, September 9. The leaders will discuss several community issues.