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Update: Sentencing phase of Cargill trial begins

The Kimberly Cargill trial moves to the punishment phase this morning. On Friday, a jury found Cargill guilty of capital murder in the June 2010 death of Cherry Walker. She faces life without parole or the death penalty.

Tone Up in 12 minutes

Dr. William Hopson with Hopson Chiropractic shares some great tips for those looking to get fit for summer but don't have a lot of time to spare.

81st Annual Old Fiddlers Reunion & Contest

Mary Ensign from Athens stops by with some great information about an upcoming fiddlers competition here in East Texas. For more information visit www.athensfiddlers.com.

Local author Bobbie Shafer

East Texas author Bobbie Shaffer stops by to talk about her new book "The Legacy of Eagle Creek" which is set to release this week.

East Texans honor veterans in Longview

At noon in Longview on Saturday, at Peters Chevrolet, East Texans gathered together to have lunch, watch an air show, and honor those who have, and are fighting for their freedom.

Nacogdoches K-9 unit sniffs out 5 pounds of marijuana

Five pounds of marijuana has been seized by the Nacogdoches County Constable. Precinct 4's Deputy Marble conducted a traffic stop on Friday morning after noticing the driver of a Toyota was not wearing his seat belt.

Update: Man dead after stack of materials falls on him at East Texas Lumber

A man is dead after an industrial accident at East Texas Lumber, the Kilgore Police Department confirms to KETK.

TxDOT releases road construction planned in East Texas

East Texas — SMITH COUNTY -- Here's the latest on road construction in East Texas:

Police dub repeat bank robber "Loan Ranger Bandit"

The FBI and Tyler police officials believe the the man responsible for yesterday’s armed bank robbery at Compass Bank may be responsible for several other bank robberies.

City Council Sets Pool Hours, Discusses Upcoming Salt Festival

The Grand Saline City Council spent the majority of their meeting last Tuesday night discussing the Annual Salt Festival, which is planned for June 6-9.