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Louisiana father won't face charges after infant dies in hot car

UPDATE: The death of an 11-month-old has a community shocked, and wondering why no charges have been filed. We spoke with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office, and they explained the situation.

Texas mom denies selling baby in ad

Dallas, TX -- Brittany Hill says it is hard to be locked away in jail, unable to see her infant son and even worse she says is being accused of trying to sell him for cash. "It is hurtful, it really is," Hill says.

Texas A&M buys Texas Wesleyan law school

Texas Wesleyan University has set the stage for Texas A&M University to purchase its School of Law and make Fort Worth the birthplace of Aggie law curriculum.

Operation Roadcheck 2012 leads to 8,000 truck and bus inspections

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) inspected more than 8,000 commercial motor vehicles during a three-day inspection effort earlier this month as part of Roadcheck 2012.

Senior Center to host ‘Sincerely, Patsy Cline’ dance

The Tyler Senior Center will host a “Sincerely, Patsy Cline” dance Friday, June 29, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The dance will be held at the Senior Center, located at 1915 Garden Valley Rd.

City of Tyler releases holiday schedule

City offices will observe the following holiday schedule on Wednesday, July 4 for Independence Day.

Boil water notice in place for Arp water supply

The city of Arp is currently without water after it was turned off due to a major line break, according to city officials.

Tyler band to perform at Vans Warped Tour

Tyler, TX – Tyler based rock band Rockett Queen was picked out of 20,000 bands from all over the world to perform at this years Vans Warped Tour in Dallas.

Ex-Lobo Wesley never far from the basketball court

The Longview News-Journal visits with David Wesley.

Kilgore manhunt called off, for now

A manhunt in Rusk County has been suspended until late Tuesday morning.