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Westboro Baptist Church to picket fallen Tyler soldier's funeral

Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket East Texas soldier Sgt. Russell R.

Henderson County officials extend burn ban

Henderson County commissioners have extended the burn ban to include the entire county, according to the Chandler Volunteer Fire Department. The ban is in effect until August 21.

Tyler Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center

Susie Grona, Dr. Lonny McKinzie and Dr. McKinzie stop by to talk about a center that's known as a one stop shop for the deaf, and hard of hearing residents of East Texas.

Longview Public Library embraces electronic reading

Longview Public Library is joining others in Northeast Texas to bring the latest technology to readers in a way that not only offers convenience, but could save pocket change for those patrons who are perpetually late in returning books.

Will former Louisana Governor Edwards become a father at 85 years old?

Could former governor Edwin Edwards be thinking of becoming a father again? According to the man himself, that's the plan.

Marshall homeowner accused of shooting man dead during party

A Marshall man is in custody after he shot a man dead during an argument at his house over the weekend.

VIDEO INCLUDED: Kilgore police searching for cross-dressing robber

Kilgore Police are investigating an aggravated robbery which occurred Saturday, August 4, 2012.

UPDATE: Authorities identify men killed in Jacksonville wall collapse

Two people have died in a construction site accident in Jacksonville Monday morning, according to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say a retainer wall collapsed at around 9 a.m. on County Road 3113.

Williams Suffers Concussion at Cowboys Camp

Former John Tyler Lion Teddy Williams suffered a concussion during Cowboys training camp in Oxnard. It happened when he got run over by RB Demarco Murray.

Houston's I-69 traffic expected to soar to 350,000 by 2035

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; if you think the Southwest Freeway is a nightmare at rush hour now, check back in 20 years.