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ETX teen allegedly kills parents' pets after they refuse to give him $20

ETX teen allegedly kills parents' pets after they refuse to give him $20

A Huntington teenager was arrested Monday after he was accused of shooting his parents' pets.

2nd Colors of Courage Rally and Fun Run

Tamara Pipkin and her daughter, Tamera, stopped by KETK to chat about the the 2nd Annual Colors of Courage Rally and Fun Run, which aims to educate people about lupus and other autoimmune diseases.
Smith County Commissioners receive clean audit report

Smith County Commissioners receive clean audit report

Smith County Commissioners on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, received a clean Audit Report for Fiscal Year 2014, presented by Henry & Peters PC.
1 hospitalized in Highway 31 E rollover crash

1 hospitalized in Highway 31 E rollover crash

Emergency crews responded to a rollover crash Tuesday afternoon on Highway 31 East. According to DPS, shortly before 2 p.m., a van flipped on Highway 31 near County Road 246. 
2 Harrison Co. men charged with sexual assault

2 Harrison Co. men charged with sexual assault

The Harrison County Sheriff's Office is investigating two unrelated sexual assault incidents that allegedly occurred over the weekend.
Motorcyclist dies in 2-vehicle crash near Athens

Motorcyclist dies in 2-vehicle crash near Athens

The Department of Public Safety reports one person was killed Monday in a two-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle. At around 5:30 p.m., troopers responded to a crash in Henderson County on US 175, south of Athens.
Gregg Co. seeks identity of burglars caught on camera

Gregg Co. seeks identity of burglars caught on camera

The Gregg County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying two men at the site of a recent burglary.
Pine Tree completes no-hitter of Marshall, more

Pine Tree completes no-hitter of Marshall, more

Mason Hays and Bryton Thomas combined for a no-hitter in a District 15-5A contest that was suspended due to rain on Friday.

Smith Co. Commissioners approve agreement for Veterans Court

On Tuesday, Smith County Commissioners approved a Memorandum of Understanding between Smith County, the Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care System and the VA Regional Office in Waco.

East Texas man falls into machinery, dies

An East Texas man died tragically Monday during a workplace accident in Center.

Blue Bell ice cream cups sold in Texas recalled due to Listeria concerns

Blue Bell Ice Cream of Brenham, Texas, is recalling three 3 oz.
Longview company enters into joint venture to develop $100M pipeline to Shreveport

Longview company enters into joint venture to develop $100M pipeline to Shreveport

On Monday, Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., in Longview announced the formation of Caddo Pipeline LLC, a 50/50 joint venture with Delek Logistics Partners, L.P., to develop the Caddo Pipeline, an 80-mile, 12-inch pipeline between Longview an
Playoff catch by Cowboys’ Dez Bryant is still a non-catch

Playoff catch by Cowboys’ Dez Bryant is still a non-catch

During last season’s NFC Divisional playoff game at Green Bay, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant juggled and caught a 41-yard pass from Tony Romo to the Packers’ 1-yard line.
SFA coach finalist for national award

SFA coach finalist for national award

Stephen F. Austin head coach Brad Underwood has been named one of 16 finalists for the 2015 Hugh Durham National Coach of the Year award, announced today.

Too many cooks

We've all heard that phrase too many cooks in the kitchen. If you are an adult you know what that means. I found this piece in today's Daily Caller very interesting and a lot like too many cooks.