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Gilmer City Council to meet Tuesday

Gilmer — The Gilmer City Council is set to consider a request from the Chamber of Commerce hotel/motel tax for reimbursement of expenses from a tourism trade show in Fort Worth.

Van Zandt man arraigned on capital murder, aggravated assault

A Van Zandt man was arraigned Monday morning on capital murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Authorities release video of Tyler robbery

Authorities have released video from the Food Fast robbery that occurred early Saturday morning. The Food Fast near the 4000 block of University Boulevard, near the University of Texas at Tyler was robbed around 4:30 a.m.

Help sought identifying suspect in stolen credit card case

The Nacogdoches Police Department is investigating the use of a stolen credit card.

Lobos’ Russell finding success at the plate

immy Carter writes for the Longview News-Journal. He's got the latest on the Lobo baseball team.

Veteran James helps Mavs pull even with Jazz in the West

The Mavericks are just two games below .500 and just two games short of being eligible for the playoffs. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has more.

Bill Could Reduce Number of Texas Abortion Facilities

A bill advancing through the Texas Legislature could drastically decrease the number of legal abortion facilities in the state.

Sequester Could Hit Special Ed, Poor TX Students

Aurora Ramirez-Ford, a fifth-grader with Down syndrome, needs speech classes and occupational therapy, services that are guaranteed under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

Part of HWY 69 in Jacksonville closed after wreck

A major wreck in Jacksonville on Sunday night has caused authorities to block off part of Highway 69 from Quevado Street to Jeanine Street. As a result of the accident, utility poles were knocked down and are in the roadway.

East Texas Metro Woman April Issue Unveiling

Kristy Couch stops by to talk about East Texas Metro Woman April issue. April Myers from Redneck Rockstars Boutique joins her.