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Upshur Co. man sentenced to 60 years in prison for murdering sister

On Friday, May 3, the 6th Court of Appeals confirmed an Upshur County jury's verdict and sentence of Glenn Wade Meyers Jr., 56, for murder.

CEOs name TX 'Best State for Business' for 9th straight year

More than 700 top CEOs around the nation are ranking Texas as the best state to do business for the ninth year in a row in Chief Executive magazine’s annual Best and Worst States survey.

Uncle arrested in murder of 16-year-old ETX girl

A man has been arrested as the prime suspect in the killing of his 16-year-old niece. Michael Vincent Moore, 57, of Grand Prairie, was arrested Monday night on capital murder charges of Alicia Moore.

Texas Asthma Camp for Kids offers 1 week-long session of fun from June 23-28

Texas Asthma Camp for Kids offers one week-long session of fun from June 23-28

Nun, two others in federal court for nuclear breach

When an elderly nun and two fellow peace activists walked undetected onto one of the nation's most secure nuclear facilities last year, they wanted to call attention to the dangers of nuclear weapons.

UPDATE: Large fire reported in Tyler

UPDATE: Authorities tell FOX 51, that just after 8:00pm, a woman inside the house on Britton Ave noticed smoke. She ran outside to warn a man who was raking leaves in the yard, but by that point, the house had gone up in flames.

Man dead after accident involving silo structure at ETX asphalt company

A man is dead following an accident at the Jacksonville division of Longview Asphalt Incorporated on Monday,

TX named 'Most Competitive State"

Texas has taken the top spot in another of Site Selection Magazine’s annual rankings – this time in the magazine’s ranking of the most competitive states in 2012.

AMBER ALERT cancelled for 14-year-old Mt. Pleasant girl

Titus County, TX (FOX 51) — The Amber Alert for Ruby Zavala, 14, of Mt. Pleasant has been cancelled. Titus County authorites tell FOX 51 she was found safe in the area that officials were searching.

Rusk Co. officials warn of 'prize winning' scam

Rusk County officials are warning citizens of a new scam via phone and mail. People are receiving calls and letters telling them they have won money when they have not.