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FBI abduction exercise like the real thing

Residents of one Tyler neighborhood were understandably worried this morning. Their quiet subdivision was full of law enforcement personnel after a report of a child abduction. But it turns out, it was only a drill.

National Amber Alert Awareness Day this weekend

The State of Texas will join the nation in observing National AMBER Alert Awareness Day on January 13, 2013.

Red Cross urges everyone to get their flu shot now

Widespread flu activity is being reported across much of the country and the American Red Cross urges people who have not yet gotten a flu vaccine to get vaccinated now.

Cowboys looking at Monte Kiffin as defensive coordinator

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has the latest on the search for the Cowboys' new defensive coordinator. He's not new to the NFL.

A.J. McCarron's girlfriend says her boyfriend wants to play for the Cowboys

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram features the Big Mac Blog. Here's the latest from Mac Engel.

Planned Parenthood seeks injunction in Texas funding law

Planned Parenthood in Texas heads to federal court Friday, looking for a temporary injunction that would allow it to take part in the state's revamped Women's Health Program.

Texas Attorney General's Office: Tax services company scammed East Texans

The Texas Attorney General’s Office has charged Syam Tax Services with tax fraud after reportedly scamming East Texas seniors.

Kidnapped Shreveport-area children found safe

Louisiana authorities have found safe two young children who were allegedly abducted from their foster home by their non-custodial parents earlier this week.

Cozying up with French Peas Flowers

Stacey Conner with French Peas Flowers talks with Ben about how you can make your home cozy after Christmas with a little flora and fauna.

Drunk driver who hit ETX officer pleads guilty, gets 12 years in jail

Just a couple days after former Longview Officer Leigh Ann Snyder's termination was upheld by the city, the drunk driver who hit her pleaded guilty in court Friday. Officer Snyder was present at the hearing.