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Linda Davis and friends return to Liberty Hall

Singer/songwriters Linda Davis, Lang Scott and Bill Whyte will perform an “Evening in the Round” at Liberty Hall on Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.
Texans fire offensive line coach

Texans fire offensive line coach

Texans coach Bill O’Brien is looking for a new offensive line coach. Paul Dunn, who coached the offensive line this season, has been fired.
No hype for Tony Romo’s return to Lambeau

No hype for Tony Romo’s return to Lambeau

Tony Romo grew up 154 miles from Green Bay, rooting for the home-state Packers. But the only significance about playing at Lambeau Field, he insists, is that it means the Cowboys are still alive.
Astros set date for downtown pep rally for Craig Biggio

Astros set date for downtown pep rally for Craig Biggio

The Astros will commemorate Craig Biggio’s Hall of Fame election with a ceremony at 5 p.m. on Friday at Minute Maid Park. Craig Biggio, Nolan Ryan and other Astros figures will speak at the pep rally.
Rubik's Cube Champion Anthony Brooks takes on 2015

Rubik's Cube Champion Anthony Brooks takes on 2015

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS (MARTY WATSON) -- Six seconds - that's all it takes for world champion Rubik's Cuber Anthony Brooks to solve the complex puzzles that plague so many of us.
Henderson taking unwanted items for residents

Henderson taking unwanted items for residents

 The city of Henderson is inviting residents to bring unwanted items to the Public Services Department Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ETX man accused of trying to flush drugs down toilet during drug bust

ETX man accused of trying to flush drugs down toilet during drug bust

A Mt. Pleasant man is accused of trying to flush narcotics down his toilet during a drug bust at his home.
Lindale PD seeks 5 connected with Wal-Mart theft

Lindale PD seeks 5 connected with Wal-Mart theft

The Lindale Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying five men who committed felony theft at the Lindale Wal-Mart on Tuesday.

Still together, 70 years later

In a nation where the number of marriages ending in divorce is on the rise, this inspiring couple is defying the odds in a big way.

Call it what it is

I was at the gym this morning when I saw our morning news announce the barbaric terror attack in Paris.
Texas mayor defends President Obama's executive immigration policies

Texas mayor defends President Obama's executive immigration policies

Brownsville Mayor, Tony Martinez, has filed an amicus “friend of the court” brief in federal court on behalf of U.S.

ETX school takes different approach in preparing for state wide testing

 Texas standardized testing dates for students are just around the corner. Assistant Director at Cumberland Academy described the purpose of the test to KETK
City of Lindale approves HD body cameras

City of Lindale approves HD body cameras

On Tuesday, the Lindale City Coucil approved the purchase of new high definition body cameras for all police officers.
Wednesday’s update for this weekend's wintry weather potential

Wednesday’s update for this weekend's wintry weather potential

As we have stressed over the past few days, the overall potential for winter weather would continue to change. Today, it has lived up to its name.

Gilmer ETMC and city create solution for ambulance services

In November, the East Texas Medical Center Gilmer announced they will discontinue ambulance services in March 2015. Now, the hospital has come to an agreement with the city: ETMC will assign the Camp County EMS branch, to Gilmer.