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McClellan: Cooking for the diabetic

Do you have a person in your family or circle of friends who is diabetic? If not, then I believe you are in the minority.

Update: Homeowner alerted to fire by dog

Longview — According to officials on the scene, the fire broke out shortly before 3:30 pm Wednesday in the front part of the home. Officials believe the fire was unintentional, and started due to a lit candle.

Remains found as crews battle Cherokee County house fire

Jacksonville — Fire crews in Cherokee County have discovered remains of a person following a house fire in Jacksonville.

Rep. Louie Gohmert speaks out against Obamacare

Washington — Today, Members of Congress including Reps.

UPDATE: Tebow to Jets on hold

Sources are reporting Tim Tebow to the New York Jets has been put on hold.

Lindale business to reopen in 2-3 weeks following early morning fire

Lindale — While all the businesses on the 400 block of S. Main have been boarded up, each have been affected differently by the results of yesterday morning's fire and water damage, according to the Lindale Chamber of Commerce.

Alto mayor quits with handwritten note

According to KTBB.com, the mayor of the small East Texas town of Alto has quit with a handwritten note. Monty Collins went to the city secretary this week and wrote a note stating, "I quit on this date."

ETX road closures

UNDATED -- The Texas Department of Transportation reports several East Texas roadways are either closed or under observation for high water following today's rain.

First Downtown Tyler ‘Cash Mob’ Set For Friday

Downtown Tyler will see its first-ever “Cash Mob” Friday morning (March 23). The City of Tyler Main Street Department and Heart of Tyler Inc.

SFA Athletics program to benefit military veterans

NACOGDOCHES, Texas - Stephen F. Austin State University is participating in Operation Hat Trick, a national program created at the University of New Hampshire to memorialize Nate Hardy and Mike Koch, two U.S.