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Update: Review shows campaign finance allegations unsubstantiated

Update: A review of Upshur County District Judge Lauren Parish's campaign finance reports showed a majority of the six allegations filed with the Texas Ethics Commission against her by a tea party supporter are unsubstantiated.

Longview police offer chance to pay fines before warrant sweep

If you have a Longview municipal warrant, you have until the end of the week to pay it in full or work out a payment plan in your favor, police said. After that, expect handcuffs.

UPDATE: Wreck sends 2 people to hospital with minor injuries

TYLER — EMS crews have taken two people to a local hospital with minor injuries. Officials are still investigating the wreck located at Frankston Highway and Hughey.

Rusk County officials arrest 7 on drug charges

RUSK COUNTY — On Sunday, the Rusk County Narcotics Division, along with Henderson Police Department executed search warrants at a resident in the 4000 block and 5000 block of County Road 3175, in Mt. Enterprise, Texas.

Plane theft suspect indicted on meth charges

Six East Texans have been indicted on charges of manufacturing meth by federal authorities, including the man accused of stealing a small airplane from the Athens airport in Feburary.

Tyler participating in statewide warrant sweep

tyler — In an effort to bring closure to unresolved warrants, the Tyler Municipal Court has announced that it will participate in the annual statewide warrant sweep from Feb. 13 through March 4.

Two killed, four injured in Gregg County wreck

Two people died and four were injured Sunday morning after a fiery wreck on I-20 in Gregg County. According to DPS, the wreck happened at about 3:00 am in the eastbound lanes of 1-20 near the Highway 42 exit in Gregg County.

Bowl-A-Thon

It was the 22nd annual Bowl-a-Thon at Green Acres Bowl, where it definitely wasn't the players' skills that got them into the league. Applicants paid fifty dollars a person, in teams a four to enter the Bowl-a-Thon.

Upshur Appraisal Fair in Gilmer

Doors opened at ten this morning, and people were already arriving with their antiques and family heirlooms. Appraisals were ten-dollars an item, and twenty dollars for three.

Vehicle hits a powerline pole in Tyler

Update: Oncor tells Fox51 that there are very few outages in Tyler at this time, and no power was lost due to this broken pole. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------