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Male TX teen fights to wear dress to prom

A teenager in Texas is fighting to wear what he wants to his senior prom. He wants to wear a dress, heels and a wig. The boy says his school won't let him.

Mercy Ships in West Africa

Don Stephens, founder and president of Mercy Ships stops by to tell about how the organization operates the world's largest non-governmental hospital ship, The Africa Mercy, which is currently docked in Guinea, West Africa.

Moody Gardens presents Flight of the Butterfly

Stephanie Chan stops by to talk about the great exbibit Flight of the Butterfly over at Moody Garden. For more information about this great event, head over to their website.

Just Imagine Toy Store new to Tyler

Judy Nolley & her daughter join us to introduce Just Imagine toy store. they are new to Tyler and have some great toys for kids all ages.

ETX car thief leads police on foot chase

The Nacogdoches County Sheriff Office has arrested a center man after a brief foot chase. Sheriff Jason Bridges stated that a 2006 black Cadillac vehicle was stolen in Center, Texas on Thursday morning.

Louisiana murder suspect caught in ETX

Thanks to a tipster, Longview police nabbed a Louisiana man wanted for murder Wednesday afternoon.

"Abstractions" exhibit opens Saturday in Tyler

A new abstract art exhibit will open Saturday evening at Gallery Main Street, 110 W. Erwin, in downtown Tyler.

Thief steals manager's purse, bank deposit in Lufkin

A fast food restaurant employee was robbed Wednesday morning while she was leaving her workplace with a bank deposit.

Lufkin woman loses custody of her children

Lufkin — The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; A Lufkin woman who admittedly held a knife to her 11-month old baby’s throat and smeared menstrual blood on her face has lost the right to see both of her children, a judge ruled during a

Cherokee County's "Relay for Life" helps fight cancer

Jacksonville, TX (FOX 51) — A cancer treatment breakthrough could come from East Texas. Cherokee County's "Relay for Life" was selected to be part of an American Cancer Society Prevention study.