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Local author Julia Robb talks Texas revenge

Julia Robb, local author of the historical novel, "Scalp Mountain," stops by to talk about her self-published ebook.

Four children die in I-20 wreck near Canton

Canton, Tx — Four people were killed Monday afternoon when an SUV went out of control and rolled on Interstate 20 outside Canton.

Child hit by vehicle in Lufkin

LUFKIN — Lufkin Police tell KFXK, a child riding a bike has been hit by a vehicle on the 1400 block of Atkinson Drive.

Keep Tyler Beautiful to present “Beauty and Business Award” to American State Bank

As part of Keep Tyler Beautiful’s mission to encourage the ongoing beautification of Tyler, the board has selected American State Bank’s South Tyler Branch to be awarded the Beauty and Business Award.

Winnsboro woman sentenced to federal prison for bank fraud

A 48-year-old Winnsboro, Texas woman has been sentenced to federal prison for bank fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Carthage woman gets prison time for dealing meth

A 31-year-old Carthage, Texas woman has been sentenced to federal prison for drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Police imposter arrested after pulling over 2 women in Bowie Co.

A Queen City man is in custody after he allegedly impersonated a police officer.

Idle Longview refinery garners controversy

Longview, TX — While people in New London eagerly await construction of a new refinery that promises to breathe life into the Rusk County economy, just west of downtown Longview an aging, idled refinery owned by the same company has becom

Smith Co. DA's Office files motion to dismiss murder charge in toddler's death

The Smith County District Attorney's Office has filed a motion to dismiss a capital murder charge against Emma Torres, 21, in connection with the 2010 death of her toddler.

Tyler ISD campus “Going Green”

Moore MST Magnet School is “going green” one bottle of water at a time. Students will start the school year with five new Hydration Stations thanks to funding from the Parent Teacher Association and the campus activities fund.