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Getting heart healthy

May is Blood Pressure Awareness and Stroke Awareness Month here in Texas. Terrence Ates stops by with some commonly over looked facts when it comes to sodium and watching your numbers.

Morning wreck in Lindale

Lindale Police tell Fox 51 , they are on the scene of a wreck in the southern part of the city. Officials say the accident happened in the 1400 block of South Main St. in Lindale., which is also Hwy. 69.

Nacogdoches police arrest parolee for possession

Around 9:30 a.m. Thursday, the Nacogdoches County Constable Office precinct 4 and the Nacogdoches Police Department executed a search warrant to a residence on Roberts street in the city of Nacogdoches.

Wood County woman arrested for 28-year-old Collin County murder

On Tuesday, Investigators with the Collin County Sheriff’s Office obtained arrest warrants for Alonzo Grayson, Jr and Tina Ann Taylor for 1st degree murder.

Louisiana man guilty of east Texas child pornography violations

A 66-year-old Covington, LA man has pleaded guilty to child pornography violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.  

UPDATE: Blowout causes dump truck rollover in Smith County

SMITH COUNTY — DPS officials tell KFXK the rollover wreck was caused by a blowout. The driver was hauling dirt to a job site in the area of the 18,500 block of FM 1253 when his tire popped, causing the vehicle to roll.

Student injured in brawl near Tyler ISD campus

TYLER — One student has been injured after a large fight took place near a Tyler ISD Campus.

Kilgore council votes to purchase country club

Longview, TX — Kilgore residents could soon be teeing up on their own municipal greens after council members voted Tuesday to buy Meadowbrook Country Club.

Ethics complaints filed against Upshur Co. GOP chairman, commissioner

Longview, TX — The Upshur County Conservative Coalition has filed ethics complaints against Republican Party Chairman Ken Ambrose and Pct. 3 Commissioner Lloyd Crabtree, each of whom are seeking re-election.

DPS Joins Nationwide Effort to Protect Children

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is joining other law enforcement partners and advocates at various events around the state to promote “Take 25,” a public awareness campaign developed by the National Center for Missing &a