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TX man arrested after routine traffic stop reveals grenade, drugs

A Waco man was arrested after a routine traffic stop revealed he was in possession of marijuana, an unknown explosive device and a grenade.

The "Hour Glass Shape" with Premier Fitness

Jamie Hughes with Premier Fitness stopped by to show you ladies how get those hips in shape for the perfect hour-glass shape.

2 Tyler men robbed at gunpoint

Two Tyler men were robbed at gunpoint while walking to their cars in a grocery store parking lot Thursday night. It happened just before 9:00 p.m., in front of La Michoacana Meat Market in the 300 block of North Beckham Avenue.

National Public Health Month with Net Health

George Roberts, CEO of Net Health in Tyler, tells us about National Public Health Month. They have a great luncheon going on this weekend. For more information, head over to their website.

New Ride at Six Flags over Texas

Sharon Parker with Six Flags over Texas makes a long trip to come and chat with us about a new ride coming to their theme park in Arlington. For more information, head over to their website.

Spring Fashions with Clothes Mentor

The lovely Kathy Bosley and her beautiful joined Ben to talk about spring fashion they have right now over at Clothes Mentor. All the outftis can be found in her store for a fraction of the cost at a big name retailer.

BU STUDY: Older people may be at greater risk for alcohol impairment than teens

An acute dose of alcohol may cause greater impairment in coordination, learning and memory in the elderly than in young people, according to a study by Baylor University.

Grand Saline man sentenced to 40 months in federal prison

A Grand Saline man has been sentenced to serve more than three years in federal prison.

UT Health Northeast to host 'Rock & Research'

On Saturday, April 27, you can dance till you drop and raise funds needed for research into lung disease, cancer and heart disease at “Rock & Research,” on the grounds of UT Health Northeast, at the corner of U.S.

White Oak eases backyard chicken coop rules

LONGVIEW (LONGVIEW NEWS-JOURNAL) — The city of White Oak became one of East Texas’ most fowl-friendly towns Tuesday when its council loosened restrictions on chicken coops.