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Fall festival trick-or-treating at Tyler Pounds Regional Airport

The Tyler Pounds Regional Airport will hold its Second Annual Fall Festival for Trick-or-Treating on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 4:30-6 p.m.

Mother of deceased toddler avoids murder charge

Emma Torres, the mother charged with the 2010 death of her one-year-old, has avoided a murder charge Monday.

East Texas road construction

Larry Krantz with Tx Dot stops by with the latest updates in East Texas road construction. For more information visit www.txdot.gov.

Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary hosts Annual Fall Sale

Jackie Stroud with the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary stops by to talk about an exciting sale that's kicking off this week. The Fall Sale will have designer clothes, furniture, books, toys and much more.

Breast cancer fighting foods

Dr. Flynn stops by with a few foods that help your body fight off breast cancer. Besides broccoli and orange juice, Dr. Flynn says that any type of berry also helps build up the body's immune system.

Smith County home total loss after early morning fire

A home in Smith County is a total loss after an early morning fire, according to Smith County fire officials.

UPDATE: Police seeking help locating missing 15-year-old Tyler girl

UPDATE: Police tell us that Sasha Moore has been found safe. Since she is a juvenile, police say they cannot release any details of what happened, but do say it was not a kidnapping.

UPDATE: Upshur County Commissioner charged with aggravated assault of a public servant

UPDATE: Both the commissioner and his son were released from jail early this morning. Longview News Journal reports that the two men threatened multiple law enforcement officers with firearms including a game warden.

Smith County sends out ballots without alcohol referendum

Sixty-nine Smith County voters who received incorrect ballots by mail this week should expect to receive updated replacement ballots within a week’s time.

Judge allows Texas cheerleaders to hold religious signs

After a recent controversy, some tough cheerleaders won a small victory in court. A Texas judge extended a temporary restraining order allowing them to display religious signs at football games.