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WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators say low levels of fungicide in orange juice aren't enough to cause safety concerns. The Environmental Protection Agency says it won't order that juice be taken off store shelves. Coca-Cola says it informed the EPA about levels of car-bend-azim in …
East Texas News Headlines 1/12
Bullard -- A fire in the Bullard area this morning caused heavy damage to a home on Summerset Court. Smith County authorities say the blaze broke out around 4 a.m. Bullard, Flint, and Noonday firefighters responded to the blaze. No injuries were reported and the cause is under investigation.
Daily News Headlines
TYLER -- The cause of a house fire in Tyler on Tuesday afternoon remains under investigation. Firefighters responded to the two-alarm blaze at 606 North Northwest Loop 323. The fire originated in the living room area, near a sofa. The structure suffered heavy fire damage in the room of origin, as w…
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Tyler,TX - Construction of the first phase of the Smith County jail expansion is now underway. A groundbreaking ceremony Thursday signaled the first leg of the 35 million dollar project approved by voters last year.
The expansion includes re-location of the kitchen and laundry facilities and will in…
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BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The parents of a 15-year-old who was fatally shot by police inside his Brownsville middle school say they want to know why officers took lethal action, shooting the eighth grader at least two times. Jamie Gonzalez's parents say authorities used unnecessary force.…
News Headlines – December 1st
Evangelist Billy Graham remains hospitalized this morning after undergoing treatment of his lungs. A spokesman says Rev. Graham was admitted to Mission Hospital in Ashville, North Carolina after complaining of a cough and congestion. The 93 year old Graham was hospitalized earlier this month w…