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UPDATE: Federal Courthouse in Lufkin taken off list of possible closures

LUFKIN — A Lufkin Chamber of Commerce official confirms the city's courthouse is no longer being consider for closure. At the time of consideration, Lufkin's facility was 45th on a list of 60.

The First Annual East Texas Comedy Festival Is Seeking Stand-Up Talent

TYLER, TX-- The City of Tyler and Liberty Hall proudly announce the first annual East Texas Comedy Festival June 15 and 16, 2012 at Liberty Hall in Downtown Tyler. The two night event, starting at 8 p.m.

Lufkin officer in coma after rare surgery complication

Lufkin — The Lufkin Police Department family is asking for prayers after officer Eric Willmon suffered a rare surgery complication that left him in a coma last week.

Joining Forces campaign working to hire vets

According to First Lady Michelle Obama, if there's one thing veterans and their families can learn about the Joining Forces campaign, it's that "we are grateful and it's important for you to know that you live in a grateful nat

Young woman dies of injuries sustained in weekend accident

The driver of a vehicle involved in an accident Sunday afternoon has died from injuries sustained in the accident. The accident happened at 2:48 PM on April 8th, at 1000 University Drive at Martinsville.

Longview Police arrest two in convenience store robbery

Longview Police have arrested two men, and may arrest another person in connection to the April 10th robbery of a Longview convenience store.

Scheduled road construction in ETX

UNDATED - Here's a quick look at events and work planned in the Tyler District: TxDOT plans work near Chapel Hill

Exciting activities

George Roberts talks about a few fun activities during National Health Week.

No citations issued after two-vehicle accident

No injuries resulted after a two-vehicle crash this morning about 9:20 on Broadnax in Daingerfield, according to Daingerfield Police Sgt.

Longview Library Donates Books to Troops

(Longview, TX) The Longview Public Library has partnered with the Thrifty Peanut Book and Media Warehouse in Louisiana and the Soldier’s Angels project to donate hundreds of books to troops stationed around the world.