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3 men arrested in ETX after $22,000 worth of marijuana seized

Three men are in custody in Nacogdoches and are charged with felony possession of marijuana.

Total Healthcare in Tyler closes its doors August 2nd

Total Healthcare in Tyler will no longer see patients after Friday, August 2nd. According to a sign on the door of the facility, the clinic closed its doors for good at 4:00 p.m., on Friday.

TABC completes investigation into Dallas club, former Cowboy Josh Brent

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) has completed its investigation into the incident that occurred on December 8, 2012, involving former Dallas Cowboy player Josh Brent.

Longview pair used elderly man's cane to beat him, another man

A Longview man and woman were arrested Thursday after police said they beat a 76-year-old man and then a 56-year-old man with the elder man’s wooden cane, sending both victims to the hospital.

BREAKING: West, TX declared major disaster area

Governor Rick Perry announced on Friday, the Major Disaster Declaration for West, TX has been approved.

ONE NIGHT ONLY: Sharknado to make big screen debut in Longview

One of the most buzz-worthy movies of the summer hasn't even been in movie theaters, until now.

Smith Co. officials help set national policies at conference

Smith County Judge Joel Baker and Precinct 4 Commissioner JoAnn Hampton recently joined 2,300 fellow county officials from across the country during the 2013 NACo Annual Conference: County Solutions and Idea Marketplace in Tarrant County/Fort W

UTHNE Family Medicine Residency Program graduates 8, 2 complete Occupational Medicine Residency Program

The Family Medicine Residency Program at UT Health Northeast recently celebrated the graduation of eight residents at a formal commencement ceremony. In addition, two physicians completed the Occupational Medicine Residency Program.

ETX Planned Parenthood closes its doors

With the signing of the abortion bill by Governor Rick Perry on Thursday, July 18, Planned Parenthood centers immediately began closing its doors in Texas towns.