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VIDEO: DA trying to stop prostitution bill from coming to Smith Co.

Officials are trying to stop a prostitution prevention program from coming to Smith County. A new bill, proposed by Texas Senator John Whitmire, would require Smith County to register and create a rehab program for prostitutes.

AT&T Stadium in Arlington to host all 2013 UIL football state championships

All 2013 University Interscholastic League football state championship games will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, the UIL announced Thursday.

TX teams in top 5 of 'Most Valuable NFL Franchises'

They may be having some struggles on the field, but the Dallas Cowboys are bringing in more cash than any other team in the National Football League.

TX teams in top 5 of 'Most Vaulable NFL Franchises'

They may be having some struggles on the field, but the Dallas Cowboys are bringing in more cash than any other team in the National Football League.

ETX man hits train, police follow blood trail to house, find marijuana growing station

The blood trail of a man, who hit a train, Wednesday night, led authorities to his home where a major marijuana growing operation was discovered.

VIDEO: 99 year old woman sworn in as US citizen

99-year-old Elia Guzman de Estrada proudly held her right hand up and she was read the oath of allegiance, and was sworn in as a U.S. citizen at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service Building in Harlingen, Texas, on Wednesday.

ETX woman arrested after burglarizing BBQ joint, police seeking male suspect

A Palestine woman is behind bars after she allegedy burglarized an Anderson County bar-be-que resturaunt.

Smith Co. judge participating in I-20 Corridor Study

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is working with local officials to kick off an I-20 Corridor Study to evaluate current safety and capacity needs and plan for the future along a 155 mile stretch of I-20 from I-635 in Dallas to the

Procter & Gamble recalls selected brands of dog, cat food

The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) has voluntarily recalled specific lots of dry pet food because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

2013 Citizens Police Academy accepting applications

The Longview Police Department, in conjunction with the Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, will be hosting the 22nd annual Citizens Police Academy beginning Thursday, September 12th and concluding on Thursday, October 24th.