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Homeschooled students actively involved in community service

Homeschooled students actively involved in community service

Homeschooled members of the Anchor Club in Longview are on the cutting edge in providing community service because their branch is the first in the state to be chartered by an organization instead of a school.  
Pittsburg Police seeking identity of armed robber

Pittsburg Police seeking identity of armed robber

The Pittsburg Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying a person involved in an aggravated robbery overnight at a local business.
Vandals cause $100K in damages to ETX historical building

Vandals cause $100K in damages to ETX historical building

A Trinity teenager was detained and another teenager is being sought after causing over $100,000 of damage to a historical Texas building.
DeMarco Murray plans to carry Cowboys down the stretch

DeMarco Murray plans to carry Cowboys down the stretch

Running back DeMarco Murray’s role in the Cowboys offense might get even bigger down the stretch.
Texans want consistency from Jadeveon Clowney

Texans want consistency from Jadeveon Clowney

Rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney said he “felt great” following the Texans’ 23-7 road victory over Cleveland on Sunday, which marked a return to action for the No. 1 overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft.
UPDATE: Crews put out Rusk Co. tank battery fire

UPDATE: Crews put out Rusk Co. tank battery fire

Rusk County officials responded to a tank battery fire Tuesday afternoon.
Perry Judge rules prosecutor is not disqualified

Perry Judge rules prosecutor is not disqualified

The special prosecutor pressing criminal charges against Gov.
Winona authorities searching for alleged copper thief

Winona authorities searching for alleged copper thief

Multiple agencies are searching for a suspect who allegedly stole copper from a place of business.

Texas A&M bonfire collapse: Remembering the fallen

Fifteen years ago, a dozen people were killed and 27 more injured in the Texas A&M bonfire collapse. The tradition was held on campus to represent the student bodies' desire to beat the University of Texas in football.
Ohio State QB named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week

Ohio State QB named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week

Ohio State redshirt freshman quarterback J. T. Barrett has been named The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week for the twelfth week of the 2014 college football season.
Man, woman killed in Coffee City crash over weekend

Man, woman killed in Coffee City crash over weekend

Two people were killed over the weekend after a head-on collision in Coffee City.

GREAT NEWS: Son of Longview man defies medical odds, cancer in remission

At four-years-old, children should be playing, making messes and having the time of their lives leading up to kindergarten. However, that is not the case for Rhett Wilkins.
Crews respond to Van Zandt Co. house fire, 1 taken to hospital

Crews respond to Van Zandt Co. house fire, 1 taken to hospital

The Van Zandt County Fire Marshal along with Grand Saline and Fruitvale Fire Departments responded to a house fire Tuesday morning.
Longtime ETX fire department captain passes away

Longtime ETX fire department captain passes away

According to Jacksonville Fire Department Chief Brent Smith, a veteran fire captain passed away Monday night.
Spring Hill QB released from hospital, recovering in Tyler

Spring Hill QB released from hospital, recovering in Tyler

 A Spring Hill High School athlete who suffered a life-threatening concussion Friday, November 7, has been released from the hospital.