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Dallas County considers aerial spraying in West Nile outbreak

The Texas Department of State Health Services is providing guidance for people concerned about potential aerial spraying to control mosquitoes in their areas.

Longview PD: woman drives SUV into 5 people playing dominoes

A domestic dispute turned violent late Sunday when a woman drove her SUV into a group of people playing dominoes.

Area residents worry drilling relief may not fix Louisiana sinkhole

The Louisiana Department of Natural Resources says they've approved a permit for a relief well in Assumption Parish, but the concerns continue near Bayou Corne.

Mom: College Station shooter had mental health issues

The gunman who killed two others before police ended his life in a shootout near Texas A&M University had been battling mental health issues on and off for years, his mother said.

This week “Forks Over Knives” and “The Never-ending Story” at Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall will show the documentary “Forks Over Knives” this Thursday night at 7 p.m. This film asks explores the state of health in our country. What has happened to us?

TJC to conduct active shooter drill on campus Wednesday

The Tyler Junior College will be conducting an active shooter drill on campus for most of Wednesday morning.

Fun reading with Ground Zero Comics

David Siegler with Ground Zero Comics stops by the share a little eye-opening history about the world of comics.

UPDATE: College Station shooter identified by CSPD

UPDATE (7:00pm): According to the College Station Police Department, the shooter's identity has been confirmed as 35-year-old Thomas Caffall.

Drive Clean Across Texas

Larry Krantz from TX Dot stops by to talk about the latest in East Texas construction and an exciting contest through the Drive Clean Across Texas program.

West Nile virus prompts public health emergency in Dallas County

A West Nile virus epidemic has prompted a public health emergency in Dallas County, Texas, a judge declared Friday. The virus there has infected 175 people, said Patricia Huston of Dallas County Health and Human Services.