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TCU receiver named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week

TCU receiver named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week

Texas Christian University wide receiver Josh Doctson has been named The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week for the eighth week of the 2014 college football season.

Greg Abbott stops by Nacogdoches

Texas attorney general and republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott was in East Texas Monday. He stopped by CC's Smokehouse in Nacogdoches to speak with some of his constituents.

Local police department 'brewing' new relationships

The Jacksonville Police Department has decided to take part in a national program called Coffee with a Cop. They're wanting to build a better relationship with the community, and what better way than over a cup of coffee?

Friday Football Fever Play of Week features Carlisle

Rico Pereles plays for the Carlisle Indians. He made our KETK Friday Football Fever Play of the Week.

KHS holds special graduation for Lynzee Ford

A special graduation ceremony was held Monday for Kilgore High School student Lynzee Ford, who has been battling cancer since last year. 

Smith County Justice of the Peace opponent challenges incumbent Quincy Beavers

Quincy Beavers has been the Justice of the Peace for Precinct 1 in Smith County for nearly 20 years.

'Friends with Benefits' concert benefiting veterans

 This weekend Joe Nichols will host the first annual "Friends with Benefits" concert benefiting the Boot Campaign. Boot Campaign Ambassador and veteran Paul Craig tells us more.

Getting the Bible into the hands of people around the globe

One East Texas group is breaking down language barriers so more people can come to Christ. Nathan Payne and Katy Payne with Wycliffe Associates explain what they do and how you can help.

Ebola scams on the rise

The fear of Ebola has hit an all-time high. Now scams for treatment and prevention are are spreading quicker than the virus itself.

Smith Co. Emergency Services District Board to hold first election

Millions of dollars in debt. Calls to other counties. A possible "good, ole' boys" system. These are just some of the reasons why the Emergency Services Board is seeings its first election.
NWS confirms tornado touched down near Gilmer

NWS confirms tornado touched down near Gilmer

The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down during last week's storm on October 13.
Rusk Co. man busted with guns, meth during raid

Rusk Co. man busted with guns, meth during raid

Rusk County authorities took one person into custody last week for a possessing a large amount of meth and guns.

Early Voting October 20-31

Early voting for the midterm November elections started Monday Oct. 20 and goes through Friday Oct.31.
Police: Pilgrim's Pride employee killed in workplace accident

Police: Pilgrim's Pride employee killed in workplace accident

A Pilgrim's Pride worker was killed Friday as a result of a believed workplace accident.
What was the key for Dez Bryant’s big second half?

What was the key for Dez Bryant’s big second half?

Dez Bryant had two catches for 15 yards in the first half and stumbled on a play early in the second quarter that led to an interception by Romo.