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Frankston man accused of stealing more $30,000 in timber

An East Texas man was arrested Wednesday morning for theft of timber after an investigation in which Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) agents found that he failed to pay for almost $33,000 worth of timber.

Tyler ISD student 'brushed' by bus

A Tyler ISD student was taken to the hospital this morning after a school bus 'brushed' against the child. The Robert E. Lee freshman was walking in the roadway on Red Raider Drive when a bus nicked him.

South Texas toddler dies after being run over by father

A toddler is dead after his father accidentally ran him over Tuesday morning. It happened in the 400 block of East Nanette Street in Pharr, Texas.

Judge says Arizona can enforce immigration law

A federal judge on Tuesday allowed Arizona to enforce the most controversial part of its immigration enforcement law, the "show me papers" provision giving police the power to question the immigration status of people when enforcing o

Man caught with child porn after dropping off computer at Best Buy

Bossier City Police have arrested a man after files containing child pornography were found on a computer he had dropped off at a local store for maintenance.

Boil water notice issued for parts of Cherokee County

Due to conditions which have occurred recently in the water system, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the system, (Craft-Turney Water Supply) to notify all the customers involved in the repair area to boil their water p

Wanted Lufkin man leads police on chase to his home

A Lufkin man is behind bars after trying to escape police during a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning.

Update: Lindale police recover dye-stained bills; say robber may be local

The Lindale Police Department, along with the FBI, have recovered some of the bills stolen in a local bank robbery.

Free health screening to detect "silent killer"

Dr. Kent Webb talks about a symptomless condition and a free screening that is being offered in our area to determine if you're at risk.