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Liberty Water changes name to Liberty Utilities

Hawkins-Effective June 4, 2012, Liberty Utilities is the new name for Liberty Water, which provides water services to Holly Lake Ranch and areas of Hawkins.

Harmony Girl One of Seven to Compete for Yamboree Crown

Seven young women will begin raising money this week in hopes of becoming the 75th East Texas Yamboree Queen.

Nacogdoches officer saves shoplifter from fiery wreck

A Nacogdoches police officer is up for an award after saving a shoplifter from a fiery wreck. On May 31, Nacogdoches officers were searching for a thief that had just left a local grocery store in a vehicle.

Deputies catch suspect after short manhunt

Smith County DPS has arrested the man who led officials on a short manhunt. Officials tell KETK that around 5:15, a man was pulled over during a traffic stop on I-20, and was found with a pistol in his seat.

Wedding season with Weddings A to Z

Katie and Ben talk wedding season with Brenda Harden from Weddings A to Z.

Ft. Hood shooter Hasan tossed from court over beard

The suspect in the 2009 Fort Hood attack has been banned from the courtroom Tuesday for not listening to the judge's orders.

Chesapeake Energy cuts North Texas workforce by 8 percent

Chesapeake Energy Corp. will cuts its workforce in North Texas by 8 percent, about 70 employees, as the energy producer reacts to continued low natural gas prices and shifts to more liquids-rich drilling and production.

Wedding movies continue at Liberty Hall this week

Liberty Hall continues its month of wedding movies with the classic “The Philadelphia Story” this Thursday at 7 p.m.

Prison worker caught smuggling drugs to inmate, romantic acquaintance in body cavity

LAS CRUCES, NM -- A contracted female employee at the Southern New Mexico Corrections Facility was caught smuggling heroin and cocaine into the prison on Friday.

Tyler ISD students partake in summer learning program

Tyler, TX — Tyler – Three soon-to-be seventh grade students crowd around an iPad inside a classroom at Boulter Middle School. The students aren’t playing games or checking social networking sites, they’re learning.