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Lufkin authorities seek public's help in finding wanted man

Crime Stoppers of Lufkin wants your help locating Andrew Esqueda.

Woman robbed at Tyler shoe store

Police are investigating an alleged robbery that took pace this morning at a Tyler shoe store. The incident happened shortly before 11:15 a.m. at the Payless ShoeSource located on the 3800 block of West Irwin Street.

Rangers notes: Hamilton has high HR ceiling, manager says

Ron Washington is praising his best hitter. As good as Josh Hamilton is, he can get better.

Jones says last year more disappointing than Seattle playoff loss and isn't worried about Romo, who 'thinks in the now'

Garrett says has to get himself ready to play 'at level he is capable of' •Bryant promises he will be on the field against the Giants •Jerry Jones is watching the playoff clock

Texas grandparents charged in fatal pit bull attack of child

The grandparents and father of a 15-month-old girl who was mauled by the family’s pit bull back in May of this year have been arrested and charged in the fatal dog attack.

East Texas man pleads guilty to June bank robbery

A 52-year-old Atlanta man has pleaded guilty to bank robbery, according to U.S. Attorney John M. Bales. Robin Marion Allen pleaded guilty to bank robbery Tuesday before Judge Roy S. Payne.

Man punches 10-year-old in Nacogdoches

A domestic dispute turned violent Monday night when a child was hurt trying to stop an argument in Nacogdoches.

Glass Recreation and Tyler Senior Centers to offer fall wreath creation workshop

The Glass Recreation Center and the Tyler Senior Center will offer a fun, hands-on workshop for creating a fall or Halloween wreath on Wednesday, Sept. 26.

Rep. Gohmert: 'We remember those who lost their lives on 9/11'

Rep. Louie Gohmert released the following statement today remembering and honoring the lives of the thousands of Americans who were killed in the horrific terror attack on September 11, 2001:

Firefighters to turn Tyler pink

To raise awareness of women’s cancer, Tyler Firefighters urge area public safety officers, businesses, schools and citizens to wear pink on Tuesday, Oct. 9 to show that “Tyler cares enough to wear pink”.