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How Women Help Each Other Succeed

(StatePoint) Forget the old stereotypes that women need to be cutthroat and competitive to succeed. A new networking trend shows that cooperation is a great way to combat the challenges women face in business.

Lufkin man arrested after being found screaming in a road way

A Lufkin man is arrested after being found screaming in the road way. Early Sunday morning, at 12:30 a.m., Lufkin Police were called the 900 block of Williams Street for a disturbance.

Tyler ISD Bond passes

Tyler Independent School District and the Board of Trustees would like to thank the community for supporting the $160.5 million bond election.

Voting results for May 11th elections

Rusk County: Henderson ISD Bond: (official) For: 73% Against: 27% Rusk Co. Emergency Dist. #1: (unofficial) For: 69% Against: 31% Smith County:

Texas first responder to plead not guilty to pipe bomb charge

An emergency responder to last month's deadly Texas fertilizer plant explosion will plead not guilty to the charge of having possessed materials for a pipe bomb, his lawyer said Saturday.

Statistics Indicate Hunting is Getting Safer in Texas

Hunting accidents and fatalities in Texas continued their long-term decline in 2012, still below three accidents per 100,000 hunters in recent years.

Texas to Receive Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Restoration Funding

Five Texas-based projects totaling about $18 million have been proposed to begin to compensate Texas for lost human use of natural resources resulting from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Local Drivers: Visit License Mega Centers During Busy Summer

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding residents to take advantage of new driver license mega centers as one option to avoid busy summer months at local offices.

Texas Drivers and Motorcyclists Reminded to 'Share the Road'

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding drivers on Texas roadways to use extra caution around motorcycles. 

Texans: Investigate Moving Companies Before Committing

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) joined U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood along with state, industry and consumer advocate officials to urge Texans to educate themselves before hiring a moving company.