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Update: Bond set for police officer who allegedly stabbed a woman with syringes

Update: Tuesday morning, Judge Nancy Talley read David Kelly Horn the Magistrates warning and set his bond The amounts were $500,000 for aggravated assault and $100,000 for deadly conduct.

Festival of Lights with Moody Gardens

Joshua Buckley with Moody Gardens stops by with some great information about the upcoming Festival of Lights. The trail is the largest lighting experience on the Gulf Coast, and this year there is snow tubing!

The art of layering with Step Sister Boutique

Rebecca Renfrow with Step Sister Boutique in Tyler stops by with a few tips on how East Texas women can dress for the season change though the weather has yet to cool down.

12th Annual Harvest Festival at Kiepersol

Kiepersol Estates is hosting it’s 12th Annual Harvest Festival and invites the public to join Saturday, October 20th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Wanted fugitive in fatal ETX wreck turns self in

A wanted East Texas man turned himself into authorities Monday afternoon at the Upshur County Jail.

Government gooses small business lending in Texas

Texas banks that received capital through a government program designed to spur more small business have continued to lend, according to a new report on the Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF) from the U.S. Treasury Department.

BBB offering Lindale Shred Day

If your business is drowning in paper, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has some guidelines for what you should keep and how long to keep it.

Do you recognize this fraudster?

Local authorities are searching for a fraudster accused of using a stolen credit card in a Lufkin-area store.

Woman in critical condition after ETX officer allegedly stabs her with syringes

A Hooks police officer is behind bars after allegedly stabbing a woman with syringes filled with animal tranquilizer.

Houston: Romney Country, when it comes to money

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's campaign raised nearly twice as much money in the greater Houston area than that of President Obama.