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Employee files lawsuit against Smith Co. Sheriff's Office

 A lawsuit has been filed against the Smith County Sheriff's office and the plaintiff is a current employee.
Authorities release photos of Smith Co. robber

Authorities release photos of Smith Co. robber

Authorities are asking for help in the identification of a robbery who held up a Smith County business on Monday.
Popovich favored to win fourth COY award

Popovich favored to win fourth COY award

Gregg Popovich has won three Coach of the Year awards — enough, he joked last spring while receiving the third, to display them on the hood of his car.
Can you identify this burglar?

Can you identify this burglar?

The Smith County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying a burglar. Detectives said this man is wanted for burglary of business in the 13600 block of Spur 364.
Tyler Police arrest suspect involved in Domino’s robbery

Tyler Police arrest suspect involved in Domino’s robbery

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Tyler investigators arrested Bronson McCarty, W/M, born 04/15/1990, of Tyler, for the Aggravated Robbery that occurred at Domino’s Pizza on Shiloh Road.
ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

An East Texas eighth grader is returning to school after he collapsed at his junior high football practice.
2015 Texas A&M Football Schedule Announced

2015 Texas A&M Football Schedule Announced

The 2015 Texas A&M football schedule is finalized and released today in conjunction with the Southeastern Conference and the SEC Network.
CDC, Frontier Airlines announce passenger notification underway for those who flew with Ebola patient

CDC, Frontier Airlines announce passenger notification underway for those who flew with Ebola patient

The Center for Disease Control and Frontier Airlines have announced passenger notification is underway for those who were on a flight with the second Texas Ebola-positive healthcare worker.
Report: East Texas college denies applicants over Ebola fears

Report: East Texas college denies applicants over Ebola fears

An East Texas college is under fire for allegedly rejecting students from countries with confirmed cases of Ebola.
Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas is actively consulting with Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and other health officials about the possibility of transferring to Emory our second coworker being treated for Ebola.

VIDEO: Gas prices dip very low in TX town

One Texas town is all smiles today after waking up to some rather encouragin gas prices. Drivers in Odem, Texas have now seen gas prices averiging $2.71 at four gas stations in town.
Officials release second nurse's name diagnosed with Ebola

Officials release second nurse's name diagnosed with Ebola

 [Breaking News update 1:32 p.m.] UPDATE: NBC has confirmed Amber Vinson as the second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola in Texas. She was named by Ohio health officials.
Police investigating early morning robbery of Tyler pizza parlor

Police investigating early morning robbery of Tyler pizza parlor

The Tyler Police Department is investigating the early morning robbery of a local pizza parlor. Around 12:15 a.m., police responded to a reported robbery at the Domino’s Pizza located at 5111 Troup Highway.
2nd health care worker tests positive for Ebola at Dallas hospital

2nd health care worker tests positive for Ebola at Dallas hospital

A second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States has tested positive for the disease.