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COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS: Big 12 football enters week 2 action

Week two features the first conference game of the season as West Virginia travels to Oklahoma. Seven teams continue non-league play while Iowa State is open.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS: Davey O'Brien Fan Vote now open

The Davey O’Brien Foundation announced Tuesday that the Davey O’Brien Fan Vote is now open. Fans are invited to cast their vote for the nation’s best college quarterback as often as once daily at www.VoteOBrien.org.

$20,000 reward offered for TX most wanted fugitive

The reward for Larry Valdez, 43, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and this month’s featured fugitive, has increased to up to $20,000 for information leading to his capture if the tip comes in during the month of September.

Health Department issues Whooping Cough advisory

The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to make sure they’re vaccinated against pertussis (better known as "whooping cough") after projections show the number of people sick with the deadly disease this ye

Smith County road temporarily closed

On Tuesday, Smith County announced the temporary closure of a County Road 137. CR 137 is west of CR 134 and east of CR 1300.

John Tyler alum, MLS star to hold soccer camp in Tyler

Former John Tyler High School and Major League Soccer star, Daniel Hernández, will host a soccer camp in Tyler.

Labor Day popular time for car thieves

According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Labor Day is one of the top five holidays for stolen cars.

Re-opening Brandi Wells' case

Brandi Wells of Tyler went missing 7 years ago after leaving a Longview night club on August 3rd. Because of the time and no evidence, the case went cold. But, even now her family still wants answers.

The toils and benefits of raising backyard chickens

In an effort to have a more organic lifestyle, more and more people are starting to get into the backyard chicken raising trend. But many jump in without knowing the true cost and time commitment.

BREAKING: 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattles ETX for second time in same day

A second earthquake has been reported in East Texas, according to USGS.