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Updated weekend wx; *brief* wintry mix possible Sunday night/Monday AM

Updated weekend wx; *brief* wintry mix possible Sunday night/Monday AM

Well, Wednesday morning’s data is suggesting that a very small period of some light wintry precipitation will be possible late Sunday into Monday. Let’s go into more detail about the forecast based off the models.
Avoiding a kitchen catastrophe this holiday season

Avoiding a kitchen catastrophe this holiday season

The holiday season is filled with cooking, friends, and family. Kitchen fires have become the most common of unwanted house guests this time of year. This means the fire department will inevitably have a lot of work to do.

Housekeeping tips to prepare for winter

  There are housekeeping chores you can leave to the professionals. Starting with you heating unit.
List of stores NOT open on Thanksgiving Day

List of stores NOT open on Thanksgiving Day

Here's a few stores that will not be open on Thanksgiving this year. Most of these companies say they're not opening on Thanksgiving Day, so their employees will have a chance to spend the holiday with their families.
Judge sets $250K bond on man accused of killing infant

Judge sets $250K bond on man accused of killing infant

A Sabine County justice of the peace has set the bond of an accused murderer at $250,000. Matthew Hudson, 25, reportedly killed a 5-month-old baby last week.
SPCA receives 37 cruelly treated dogs seized in Upshur Co. raid

SPCA receives 37 cruelly treated dogs seized in Upshur Co. raid

Tuesday, before a ruling was made on a custody hearing that began on Monday, an agreement was reached between the SPCA of Texas and the animal owner, signed by Judge Lyle Potter, for the animal owner to relinquish ownership of 37 animals to the
ETX man gets life in prison for continuous sexual assault of child

ETX man gets life in prison for continuous sexual assault of child

David Lynn Sellers, 39, of Brownsboro was sentenced to Life in the Texas Department of Corrections Monday by Judge Carter Tarrance in the 392nd District Court for Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.
Hospital files lawsuit against Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Tyler

Hospital files lawsuit against Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Tyler

Texas Spine & Joint Hospital filed a lawsuit in Smith County today against BlueCross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBS), a division of Health Care Service Corporation.
UPDATE: Cut tree knocks out power for many in Cherokee County

UPDATE: Cut tree knocks out power for many in Cherokee County

A large number of outages have been reported in Cherokee County Wednesday morning.
ETX police officer loses battle to cancer

ETX police officer loses battle to cancer

One of East Texas guardians died Tuesday night after losing her battle to cancer. Daingerfield Police Officer Amanda Laake Solis died at the age of 39.

GOD BLESS THE USA: KETK honors our nation's heroes

On Tuesday, we celebrated Veterans Day to honor those, past and present, who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. 
Residents escape house fire unharmed south of Van, cause being investigated

Residents escape house fire unharmed south of Van, cause being investigated

Van and Ben Wheeler fire departments were called to the scene of a residential fire early Wednesday morning. The fire erupted at a home on Van Zandt County Road 4503, just south of Van.
Tyler Police searching for armed robber

Tyler Police searching for armed robber

Tyler Police say a man was robbed Tuesday around 9:18 p.m., at the Stone Creek Apartments located at 6100 Hollytree Dr.
Anonymous tip leads to arrest of alleged kidnapper

Anonymous tip leads to arrest of alleged kidnapper

A man wanted for kidnapping his one-year-old stepson was arrested thanks to an anonymous tip.

Veterans Day ceremony honors local East Texas Veterans

  Veterans from all branches attended a prayer ceremony before being recognized and thanked by guest speakers and community members for their sacrifices to our country.