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TxDOT launches re-tooled "Don't Mess With Texas" statewide campaign

You might think Don’t mess with Texas® is just a saying, but it’s way more. It’s a call to action created by the Texas Department of Transportation 27 years ago to stop litterers in their tracks.

84-year-old woman charged for murder plot of TX prosecutors

According to CNN, Texas Rangers have arrested a woman for a plot to murder and maim two Montgomery County prosecutors.

REL celebrates the winners of the 2012 Bellringing Contest

On Wednesday, at 8:00 a.m., Robert E. Lee Bible Club will receive a Chick-Fil-A party for winning the bellringing contest at their school.

Police say 30 gangs operate in Longview

After gunfire rang out March 4 in Kilgore, police suspected a shootout between two rival gangs. Officers collected more than 30 shell casings from several different caliber guns at the scene.

TJC science center to host 'Star Party'

The Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College will host a star party beginning at dusk, around 8 p.m., Saturday, April 20. The center is located at 1411 East Lake Street, on the TJC main campus.

East Side Elementary to host blood drive with Carter BloodCare

East Side Elementary is hosting a blood drive on Friday, April 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 711 Fort Worth Street in the bus parking lot. All donors will be entered to win one free week at Pine Cove camp.

Longview apartment fire displaces 9, sends 2 to hospital

A Sunday evening fire in Longview displaced nine and results in two being taken to a local hospital.

John Tyler's Principal submits resignation

The Tyler ISD has agreed to accept the request of Mr. Michael Timms to resign from his current position as principal of John Tyler High School effective June 30, 2013.

1 dead, 1 seriously injured in Gregg Co. head-on collision

A Friday afternoon wreck left one person dead and one seriously injured in Gregg County.

Smith Couny talks Rabies Clinics

Chad Gulley with Smith County stops by to talk about the Rabies Clinic kicking off today around East Texas. For more information, head over to the Smith Couty wesbite.