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Lufkin woman gets 46 months for meth charges

Lufkin, Texas — A Lufkin woman convicted in a federal methamphetamine conspiracy has been sentenced to 46 months in prison.

Gregg County readies for ADA compliance work

Longview, TX — Gregg County commissioners hired architects Monday to prepare and oversee an expansive project to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Smith County deputies, constables involved in foot chase

Smith County Sheriff's deputies, along with a Smith County constable, are chasing a man along Old New Harmony Road. The foot chase has been ongoing for about half an hour.

Texas community absorbs 10 inches of rain in a few hours

A community just outside of Austin, Texas, was pounded by about 10 inches of rain over a few hours early Tuesday, causing flash floods and leaving at least 15 residences surrounded by water, a Texas emergency management official told CNN.

Patriot PAWS Service Dogs

Linda Scoggin with Patriot Paws stops by with Betsy Ross, a gorgeous yellow lab. Linda shares some great information about training service dogs for our veterans and how you can get involved.

Wildfire at Bear Creek sparks memories of destruction

Fearing another Bear Creek fire along the lines of this past year’s devastating wildfires, Cass County firefighters late this past week battled a blaze off CR 3777 for more than three hours.

Tyler Obediance Training Club

Kathleen McCulloug, President of the Tyler Obediance Training Club , stops by with her award winning dog, Aspen.

APET-SPCA

Ann Alotto stops by with Robin, a precious pup looking for a good home. Ann chats with Ben and Katie about what APET-SPCA is doing to help find homes for displaced animals.

QCT performs The Marvelous Wonderettes

Preparations for the Quitman Community Theatre’s production of The Marvelous Wonderettes are currently underway.

Texas voter ID law goes to court

Texas state officials went to federal court Monday to defend a controversial new voter identification law, dismissing suggestions the requirement would deny hundreds of thousands of people -- many of them minorities -- access to the ballot.