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5 TX construction workers shocked with 480-volts of electricity

Five utility workers were rushed to the hospital Thursday after they were shocked at a Houston construction site. The crew was working on an electrical vault when it caught fire and shocked them.

Nacogdoches alum named new HS principal

A Nacogdoches High School graduate is returning home to take the top leadership position at his alma mater. The NISD board of trustees approved hiring Kenneth Wooten as NHS principal on Thursday night.

POV: More senate gymnastics on immigration bill

There was more political gymnastics today when it come to the Senate immigration bill. John Cornyn's 90 percent "Retention at the Border" amendment got shot down.

VIDEO: Unemployed TX teacher finds $20,000, returns it

What would you do if you were unemployed and found a bag stuffed with cash? Would you keep it or give it back? Candace Scott found $20,000 in cash.

VIDEO: TX nuns rooting on the Spurs

It all comes down to Thursday night. The San Antonio Spurs take on the Miami Heat in game seven of the NBC Finals. A group of unlikely Spurs fans are calling on a higher power to help them win.

White Oak product signs with Nationals

Justin Thomas wrapped up a successful college career just a few weeks ago. But the White Oak native hasn’t had any time to look back on his accomplishments.

ETMC cuts EMS services to ETX cities

East Texas Medical Center announced Thursday they would no longer be stationing an ambulance fleet in the cities of Gladewater, Frankston, Van, Alto and Wells.

Pair of jetskis stolen from Longview residence

On June 14, 2013 at approximately 7:02 a.m., an unknown white male driving a single cab super duty Ford truck took two jet skis and the trailer they were on from the 300 Block of West Grand Avenue.

Downtown Pittsburg to be on National Registry

The City of Pittsburg is extremely proud to announce that The Pittsburg Commercial Historic District in Pittsburg, Texas was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

BREAKING: Tyler boy scouts evacuated from CO camp after wildfires

FOX51 has confirmed with the Boy scouts of America office in Tyler, a troop from Tyler has had to evacuate a camp in Colorado due to wildfires.