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Easy steps to take control of your retirement savings

(StatePoint) Want to take control of your retirement planning, but don't know how? You're not alone. Most Americans want to manage their retirement portfolio on their own, but feel intimidated by the process, a new study reveals.

ETMC offers free seminar on dementia

ETMC will offer a free KnowledgeFirst Forum Tuesday, March 5, at noon in the ETMC Pavilion in Tyler on dementia presented by Dr. Allison Hennigan, general neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist with the ETMC Neurological Institute.

Gov. Perry releases statement on death of Van Cliburn

Gov. Rick Perry today released the following statement regarding the death of the world renowned American pianist, Van Cliburn:

Navarro official says Kilgore College police too agressive in pepper spraying

Navarro College is disputing claims from Kilgore College that Navarro basketball players were pepper sprayed because they were unruly and threatening college police officers.

Lufkin man leads police on chase, wrecks

A Lufkin man led police on a short chase before he wrecked his vehicle Tuesday morning.

Man arrested on drug charges after running from officers

Nacogdoches County, TX (FOX 51) — A man was arrested following a Nacogdoches County drug investigation.

Cherokee Co.: Shooting an isolated incident, not random attack

Rusk, Tx (FOX 51) — Authorities are still investigating Tuesday's perplexing shooting that involved a Rusk State Hospital employee.

Former Lindale firefighter pleads guilty to 2011 DWI

A former Lindale firefighter pleaded guilty Monday to driving while intoxicated back in November 2011.

TX school discusses ban on cheerleaders' religious banners

Cheerleaders in one Texas town say they are fighting for their faith. They were writing scripture on signs for the football players until someone filed a suit.

The Cowan Center presents "Celtic Fire"

Susan Thomae-Morphew from the Cowan Center joins us to tell us about a great show they are having called "Celtic Fire." For more information or for tickets, check out the Cowan Center website.<