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Flash flood watch issued for East Texas

A warm front continues to lift northward through East Texas, bringing more waves of rainfall to the Ark-La-Tex.

Longview restaurant burns to the ground overnight

A Longview eatery was destroyed by a fire early Wednesday morning.

Tyler council moves forward with new city convention center

The Tyler City Council approved several items on the agenda at Liberty Hall Wednesday morning, including moving forward with a planned convention center.

ENDANGERED CHILD ADVISORY: 2 children abducted from foster home by parents

At the request of the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Louisiana State Police Department has issued an endangered/missing child advisory for James Kevin Fraiser, Jr.,7, and Gracie Fraiser, 1, who may be traveling in the Benton/Shrevep

8 arrested in ETX meth raid

A total of eight people were arrested by sheriff's deputies in a Titus County drug raid over the weekend.

Athens man pleads guilty to being felon in possession of a firearm

United States Attorney John M. Bales announced today that Frankie Darrell Durant, a 50 year old Athens, Texas man, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm during a hearing before United States Magistrate Judith K.

Man indicted in death of beloved Jacksonville 'Coach'

The man accused of killing a beloved Jacksonville coach has been indicted on a capital murder charge by the Cherokee County District Attorney's Office

Amber Alert issued for Texas 2-year-old

Authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a missing West Texas 2-year-old. Officials are searching for Leah Marie Aguirre, 2, of Crosbyton, a small town just outside Lubbock.

Alcohol petition with 9,000 signatures delivered to Longview city hall

Longview, Texas — The city of Longview has 30 days to verify signatures on a petition it received Monday asking for a May election to allow beer and wine sales for off-premises consumption citywide.

Jury set for trial in Gregg County Jail inmate death

Longview, TX — Two longtime teachers, a janitor and a self-described housewife were among eight people selected Monday to decide whether Gregg County is to blame for the 2010 death of a jail inmate.