Local News + Statewide News

East Texas wedding fashions

Debbie Vanvactor from the Glitz Boutique in Longview stops by with a few beautiful suggestions for East Texas brides and those planning a wedding.

Alarm safety

Mechele Mills with the Better Business Bureau stops by to talk tips for those looking to buy a new alarm system. For more information visit www.bbb.org.

Local author Ann Everett

East Texas author Ann Everett stops by to dish on her latest book with Ben and Katie. For more information or to purchase Ann's book visit her website at www.anneverette.com.

Villa di Felicita

Mary Pennington and Ronda James stop by to talk about Villa di Felicita, The Mansion of Happiness. The Villa offers great packages for East Texas couples looking to walk down the aisle and is a great venue for any event.

Volunteers needed in East Texas

Louis and Peaches Owen Heart Hospital is looking for volunteers here in East Texas. John Moore with Trinity Mother Frances stops by with some great information about how you can get involved.

Temple Police bust man with 115 pounds of pot

TEMPLE -- A home drug raid in Temple lands one man in jail for felony drug charges. Temple Police released Wednesday that around 10 a.m. last Friday, they raided a home on 5300 block of North Highway 317.

Rep. Gohmert issues statement supporting AG Holder in contempt over Fast and Furious

WASHINGTON, DC—Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today after the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee approved a resolution holding Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for his refusal to hand over requested Fast and Furious documents:

Vandals damage at least $20,000 worth at Lufkin auto dealership

Lufkin — Lufkin police are asking for the public's help in gathering information on vandalism that took place at a local dealership.

Longview students compete for tech honors

Longview, TX — Longview High School students will compete for national honors at the Technology Student Association National Contest this week in Nashville, Tenn.

Lindale woman dies in single vehicle wreck

Department of Public Safety officials are still investigating the cause of a single-vehicle wreck that claimed the life of a Lindale woman early Thursday morning on Texas Highway 110.