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White Oak man indicted on child porn charges

A White Oak man indicted on child pornography charges posted $25,000 bond eight hours after his arrest Monday.

First Baptist Church Tyler hosts free fireworks festival

First Baptist Church Tyler will present its 3rd Annual Free Fireworks Festival over the lake, taking place at the South Tyler Campus at 17002 Hwy 69 South (just south of Loop 49 at F.M.

19 stores seeking alcohol permits in formerly dry areas of Longview

Almost 20 grocery and convenience stores in formerly dry areas of Longview have applied with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for permits to sell beer and wine since the May 11 election.

Group debates cap on animals at Longview shelter

Members of the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee questioned Monday if there should be a cap on the number of animals held in the Humane Society of Northeast Texas’ animal shelter.

VIDEO: Stranded SUV hit twice in TX, 4 killed

Emergency personnel came out in force after an unbelievable three-vehicle crash in Tarrant County, Texas left four people dead.

Gov. Perry hosts CT gun manufacturers luncheon

Texas Governor Rick Perry visited Connecticut monday to woo gun manufacturers and other businesses to relocate to the "Lone Star State." But, he wasn't the only governor making a pitch.

VIDEO: ETX man dies in skydiving accident

A Texas skydiver fell to his death over the weekend when his secondary parachute failed to deploy. For some reason the victim wasn't using a chute with an automatic fail-safe.

Pine Tree tops Longview in 7-on-7

The smaller in-city school evened up the score for the older cousin Monday night.

Most wanted fugitive arrested in San Antonio

Robert Anthony Lopez, 48, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and Tango Blast gang member, is now in custody after being arrested on Friday in San Antonio, and tipsters will be paid $7,500.

ETX couple charged with health care fraud violations

A Center, Texas, couple now living in Elgin, Texas, has been indicted and charged with health care fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.