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Budding star from ETX advances on NBC's 'The Voice'

Chapel Hill native Stevie Jo Rosenbalm took another big step forward on NBC's "The Voice" Tuesday night. 
Wood County plans several events for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Wood County plans several events for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and several events have been planned.

Mechanic crushed by dump truck in Longview suffers serious injuries

Emergency crews responded to a major accident involving a mechanic and industrial vehicle in southeast Longview Wednesday afternoon.
REPORT: Officials find gun linked to murder of Kaufman Co. assistant DA

REPORT: Officials find gun linked to murder of Kaufman Co. assistant DA

Law enforcement officials recovered a gun from Lake Tawakoni allegedly used to kill Kaufman County District Attiorney Mike Hasse.
Historic Preservation Commission talks saving T.G. Field

Historic Preservation Commission talks saving T.G. Field

Longview’s Historic Preservation Commission on Tuesday discussed ways to save the historical T.G. Field Auditorium, including the possibility of having an entertainment district downtown.
FBI seeking information on suspected child sexual predator

FBI seeking information on suspected child sexual predator

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking the public’s assistance to obtain identifying information regarding an unknown male suspected of sexually exploiting a child.
Seminar addresses how to react to shooter in workplace

Seminar addresses how to react to shooter in workplace

People’s reactions can mean the difference between life and death when faced with the horror and chaos of a gunman in the workplace or school.
LeTourneau University aims to set record for 3-D printing

LeTourneau University aims to set record for 3-D printing

As freshmen, David Wright and Daniel Rothfus helped bring 3-D printing to life at LeTourneau University.

Blind Bullard Builder just weeks away from finishing house

Last August we brought you the story of a blind man in Bullard who was building his family a house from the ground up. He is now eleven months into the project and says he is just a few weeks away from moving in.
Fire at duplex leaves heavy smoke damage

Fire at duplex leaves heavy smoke damage

Fire crews were on scene of a duplex fire in Tyler. It happened around 9:40 p.m. in the 7100 block of Richfield Drive. Fire crews were told by DPS of initial reports of the duplex being a possible meth lab.

Users disconnecting from land line telephones

Do you still have a landline telephone? Well, many Texans are slowly changing their ways and only going with a cellular phone.

Smith County Junior Livestock Show starts this week

The 38th Annual Smith County Junior Livestock Show is expecting to continue the tradition of empowering youth. Thursday marks the first day of the show with more than three hundred participants ranging from third to twelfth grade.
7 million, but, who's counting? Seriously, who's doing the counting?

7 million, but, who's counting? Seriously, who's doing the counting?

Well, the touting has started. The Obama Administration is stating they signed up 7-million right on the last day of the program.
Rep. Gohmert: Obamacare is ultimate April Fool's Day joke

Rep. Gohmert: Obamacare is ultimate April Fool's Day joke

An East Texas representative issued a scathing response to President Obama's Tuesday press conference, where he announced more than 7 million Americans have signed up for The Affordable Care Act.