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UT Health Northeast physician, researcher promoted; employees honored for 20 or more years of service

UT Health Northeast recently promoted one biomedical research faculty member and one clinical faculty member. In addition, 10 employees have been recognized for their 20 or more years of service to UT Health.

Wife in East Texas ICU with internal injuries, broken bones after alleged beating by husband

The Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Nacogdoches man for aggravated assault at his home on Highway 7 East.

Explosion, fire at Smith County oil storage facility

Smith County firefighters have been monitoring an oil storage facility throughout the night after a reported explosion and fire. It happened around 10 p.m., just off Sandflat Road.

Church of Wells: Catherine's siblings speak out

The Church of Wells controversy continues. Ever since 26-year-old Catherine Grove joined the controversial congregation in July, she reportedly has had very limited communication with her family.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Message to Catherine Grove from her family

WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: The Grove family leaves a message for their sister and daughter, Catherine, who has joined the Church of Wells.

Mobile ID Units coming to Smith Co.

The Office of the Texas Secretary of State and the Texas Department of Public Safety have joined in partnership to offer Election Identification Certificates (EICs) at mobile stations across the state.

Longview PD investigating body found on Sabine Street

On Monday, around 1:42 p.m., Longview Police were investigating suspicious activity in the 1000 Block of Sabine Street.

WITNESSES: Shooting that killed ETX teen was 'unprovoked'

An October 5 shooting that took the life of a 17-year-old Hallsville girl was unprovoked, witnesses told Kilgore police.

Cyberchondria: Anxiety from online searches about health — Is worse for those who fear the unknown

Turning to the Internet to find out what ails you is common, but for folks who have trouble handling uncertainty, “cyberchondria” – the online counterpart to hypochondria – worsens as they seek answers, according to a Ba

6 Tyler ISD students commended by National Merit Scholarship Program

Six students from Robert E. Lee High School have been named as Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.