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Texting-While-Driving Bill to Hit House Floor

A bill that would make sending text messages while driving a crime — a measure that Gov. Rick Perry has vetoed in the past — is scheduled to be heard Wednesday on the House floor.

Spring Hill boys reach state tournament

Collin Thompson led the way with a two-day total of 147, and the Spring Hill Panthers earned a trip to the UIL State Golf Tournament on Tuesday with a third-place team finish at the Class 3A Region II Tournament.

ARK-LA-TEX College Career Fair to take place April 27

The fifth annual ARK-LA-TEX College Career Fair, will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at the Bossier Civic Center.

Wife of former official charged with murder in Texas DA killing

CNN — The wife of former justice of the peace Eric Williams is being held on a capital murder charge in connection with the killings of a Kaufman County District Attorney, his wife, and a top prosecutor, the Dallas Morning News reported W

Ab Workouts with Premier Fitness

Jamie Hughes with Premier Fitness stopped by to help get us through the mid-week with an ab workout.

Read Aloud Crowd with Tyler Public Library

Linda Gray, children's librarian with the Tyler Public Library joins us to talk about the Read Aloud Crowd. She also tells us about some other great events they have going on over there.

Small berries are packing big health benefits

(StatePoint) New research continues to conclude what many cultures knew hundreds and hundreds of years ago -- berries are good for our health.

Early morning burglary results in two arrests

Earlier this morning around 10:30 Deputy Lonnie Johnson was in the 700 block of Cummings Lane to a burglary call when he heard three shots fired.

Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office arrests two for burglary

An ongoing burglary investigation by Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office has resulted in two more arrests.

3rd accusation of improper sexual conduct against Nacogdoches substitute

Former Nacogdoches schools substitute Jamar Ballard, 29, faces a third charge of improper relationship between an educator and student after a third student said she had sexual intercourse with him.