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Fair food frenzy: what's your favorite?

The East Texas State Fair is in town, and most can agree one of the biggest attractions is the food. Vendors line the streets offering everything from fried snickers to gator on a stick.

Hay show raises over $31k for scholarships and donations

It was the 30th annual Hay Show for the East Texas State Fair. Held at Harvey Hall Convention Center, the room was full of growers excited to see how their hay fared this year.

RAW VIDEO: Photographer involved in dramatic Texas water rescue

Frantic screams for help as our photographer, Mike Wilburn, arrives at the washed out roadway.

Rusk Co. Sheriff's Department talking "drug awareness" to parents

Last year, Sergeant David Roberts was speaking to a group of people about drugs. He was showing them what they are, the equipment used to ingest them and different nicknames drugs are called.

Mineola Nature Preserve approves new 'Big Foot Paddle Trail'

The Mineola Nature Preserve is 3,000 miles of outdoor adventuring. Most recently, new bike and equestrian trail were added to the preserve. Now, the city has approved the "Mineola Big Foot Paddle Trail" along the Sabine River.

Craigslist wedding surprise

Sometimes things just have a way of working out.
ETX man arrested for alleged burglary of abandoned home

ETX man arrested for alleged burglary of abandoned home

A Smith County man was arrested Monday for the alleged burglary of an abandoned home.
Cowboys will play Saints on KETK NBC

Cowboys will play Saints on KETK NBC

KETK NBC will broadcast the Cowboys' next game. The 'Boys will host the Saints this weekend. We'll have it for you Sunday night at 7:15.
More bad news for Jurickson Profar

More bad news for Jurickson Profar

Jurickson Profar had another setback while throwing, at a distance up to 105 feet, and had been in Southern California for a Friday visit with renowned orthopedist Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
Foster unsure when hamstring will allow him to return to field

Foster unsure when hamstring will allow him to return to field

Texans running back Arian Foster couldn’t say he’d definitely be ready to return against Buffalo Sunday, admitting the nature of hamstring injuries leaves him no choice but to take it “day by day” when the team returns t
East Texan dead after crashing into tree

East Texan dead after crashing into tree

An East Texas man is dead after crashing his pickup into a tree Sunday night.
More than 700 infants exposed to TB at Texas hospital

More than 700 infants exposed to TB at Texas hospital

More than 700 infants and 40 health care workers have been exposed to tuberculosis, commonly called TB, at a hospital in El Paso, Texas, according to the city's Department of Public Health.
2 passenger planes turn back to Dallas after inflight issues

2 passenger planes turn back to Dallas after inflight issues

Two American Airlines flights flew back to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport early Monday because of unrelated technical issues. The passenger jets landed within two minutes of each other.
Report: Brothers attack each other in fight over stolen okra

Report: Brothers attack each other in fight over stolen okra

Spartanburg, SC (WHNS) -- When one man accused his brother of stealing okra from his garden, a fight broke out and injured them both, according to Spartanburg police.
Cemetery owner wants crematory on his property; Neighbors say no thanks

Cemetery owner wants crematory on his property; Neighbors say no thanks

Peachtree Corners, GA (WGCL) -- A fight is building in Peachtree Corners over how to handle the non-living.