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Officials recover missing East Texas woman’s body from lake

After more than three years of searching for answers regarding the disappearance of 58-year-old Brenda Oliver, family members have been given closure.

Sock thief waves knife at Lufkin store employee

Investigators need your help identifying the suspect in a robbery.

East Texas broadband plan rolls on despite delays

Longview, TX — Despite delays, an East Texas telecommunications provider is working to extend broadband Internet infrastructure through portions of the region in advance of a federal deadline.

One person dead after rollover accident near Lufkin

According to Angelina County officials, the victim has been identified as Wayne Paul Walters, 39, of Lufkin. Angelina County DPS officials tell KFXK, one person is dead Monday morning after a car wreck near Lufkin.

Indigent Health Care seeing more people walk thru-doors

The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; Angelina County's Indigent Health Care sees an average of 70 to 100 people each month.

East Texan major league pitcher headed to Tyler

Tyler, TX — Many people are without food this winter due to the recession and East Texas Food Bank is here to help.

UPDATE: Search crews find one fisherman alive, second dead

Lake Palestine — Noonday fire officials confirm one fisherman has been found alive, the other dead. The deceased man has been identified as 65-year old Tommy Cook.

Longview man gets prison time for child porn

TYLER, Texas – A 44-year-old Longview, Texas man has been sentenced to federal prison for child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Hit and run in north Tyler leaves motorcyclist injured

TYLER — Tyler Police officials tell KFXK, a hit and run accident in north Tyler left a motorcyclist injured Thursday morning.

Henderson alcohol referendums bring out early voters

Henderson, TX — There has been unusually high early voting in Henderson for an amendments-only election, Rusk County Elections Administrator Kathie Wittner said Wednesday.