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"Glee" breaks another record

The cast of pop-culture phenomenon GLEE has broken the music record for the most single entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, claiming the title previously held by the “King of Rock and Roll,” Elvis Presley.

Makeover recipient dies in crash in Nacogdoches

AS REPORTED IN THE NACOGDOCHES DAILY SENTINEL:

Longview: Part of Jahan Trail closed today

LONGVIEW - Due to the construction of the Reel Road widening project, Jahan Trail will be closed at Reel Road on Wednesday, February 16. From Longview Police Department

FDA: Lead in lipsticks, not enough to cause cancer

TYLER - According to the Food and Drug Administration lead is a popular ingredient in over the counter lipstick brands. Since 2009, the FDA has reviewed more than 400 lipstick companies and their products.

Tyler ISD officials making draft plan for budget cuts

TYLER-- In the midst of the state's multi-billion dollar budget shortfall, Tyler ISD administrators are doing their homework for budget cuts.

5K reward offered for Austin man

State authorities are intensifying efforts to locate an Austin man who has been on the run from police since 2005—and has been on the Texas Ten Most Wanted list since 2006.

Shall we 'Salsa?'

TYLER - Jake and Ginger Cardwell were among the dozens of couples that showed up Sunday at TJC to learn some "Salsa" moves just in time for the holiday of love - Valentine's Day.

Neighbor's call leads to quick copper theft arrests

WILLS POINT - A neighbor's quick call to authorities leads to the arrests of two copper thieves Thursday.

"Glee" star's magazine cover removed from Brookshire's Grocery shelves

EAST TEXAS-- Brookshire's Grocery store owners yanked magazines off their shelves after a popular teen icon appeared on a cover in what some parents say an inappropriate outfit.

Palestine man found guilty of dealing PCP

TYLER, Texas – A 33-year-old Palestine, Texas man has pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.