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Longview Police Warn Citizens of Telephone Scam
The caller claims he is an officer with the Longview Police Department and is gathering information to collect bad debts.
Annual Tyler Run for Autism Scheduled for April 13
You’ve probably heard the expression “Walk a Mile in my Shoes." Well, this spring East Texans can walk or run to raise awareness for Autism.
Lon Morris College Employees to Receive Back Pay Under Final Bankruptcy Plan
A Judge in Tyler has confirmed a final bankruptcy plan submitted on behalf of Lon Morris College and their attorneys.
Another East Texas School District Votes to Allow Teachers to Carry Guns
It’s called ‘The Guardian Plan,' and will allow trained employees of the Westwood Independent School District in Palestine to carry concealed handguns on school property.
Zombie Alert Interrupts TV Broadcast [VIDEO]
A Montana television station's regular programming was interrupted by news of a zombie apocalypse.
Pope Benedict XVI to Resign
The Vatican announced Monday that Pope Benedict XVI is resigning on February 28.
Three East Texans in Custody for Oil Storage Tank Explosion [UPDATE]
Three suspects wanted for their role in last month’s fire and explosion at an East Texas oil storage facility that seriously injured two people, are now in custody.
Monopoly Iron Game Piece Replaced by the Cat
Facebook voters have been heard in a contest that drew 10 million fans of the iconic board game Monopoly, and the consensus is out with the Iron token and in with a cat.
No More Saturday Mail Deliveries
The United States Postal Service plans to stop delivering Saturday mail beginning this August.
East Texans Arrested in Federal Drug Bust
A federal grand jury meeting in Tyler has resulted in multiple indictments naming nearly a dozen East Texans in a methamphetamine trafficking investigation conducted by federal, state and local law enforcement.
Texas A&M Study Finds Traffic Jams Are Costing Motorists Billions
An annual study conducted by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute shows driving patterns of Americans adds up to $5.5 billion a year.
Statewide Silver Alert Canceled; Dallas Man Found Safe
A statewide silver alert for Wilbert Hubert Wingfield of Dallas was called off Monday afternoon after he was found safe in Vermillion, Louisiana.