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A breakthrough in Breast Cancer research

Registered nurse Carla Stuart with the ETMC Cancer Institute, stopped by KETK to chat with Bob and Jen about a special Breast Cancer test. For more information call 903-596-3009 or go to etmc.org  

2014 ETX Music Awards: A celebration of East Texas music

It's time for the 2014 ETX Music Awards. The red carpet event will be held Friday, September 19, 2014, at KE Bushman's Winery & Celebration Center in Bullard.
Authorities capture ETX man with Aryan Brotherhood ties

Authorities capture ETX man with Aryan Brotherhood ties

A man with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood who escaped deputies serving a warrant on him in July has been captured. 
ETX man kidnapped, forced to withdraw money from ATM

ETX man kidnapped, forced to withdraw money from ATM

A Commerce man was kidnapped for a short time and forced to give money to his captors early Friday.
Rolando McClain “doubtful” for Sunday’s game

Rolando McClain “doubtful” for Sunday’s game

Rolando McClain was not at practice Friday, and though the starting middle linebacker hasn’t ruled himself out of Sunday’s game yet, the Cowboys don’t expect him to play.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Overton beats Beckville 28-26

The Overton Mustangs hosted the Beckville Bearcats September 19 underneath those beaming Friday Night Lights. The Mustangs got pumped up early and kept that spirit as they were able to ride by the Bearcats, 28-26.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Athens takes down Rusk 49-21

The Athens Hornets loaded up the bus to Rusk to take on the Eagles underneath the Friday Night Lights. The Hornets came out swinging early and never let up as they downed the Eagles, 49-21.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Alto victorious over Buffalo 63-0

The Buffalo Bisons loaded up Friday aftertoon to travel about an hour east to Alto to take on the Yellowjackets on their home turf.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Carlisle races by Big Sandy 14-7

The Carlisle Indians were not letting anyone come in to their hometown and get by them Friday night, especially not the Big Sandy Wildcats.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Gladewater slides past Carthage 37-23

Underneath the lights at Jack V. Murphy Stadium in Gladewater, the Bears were ready to take on the 2013 state champion Carthage Bulldogs, Friday night.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Tigers topple 'Necks 26-15

The Tenaha Tigers traveled to the home of "Joe the Roughneck" for a heated matchup underneath the Friday Night Lights. The No. 3 Tigers tore up the turf and were able to slide by the 'Necks, 26-15.
District apologizes after Woodruff students made to remove American flags

District apologizes after Woodruff students made to remove American flags

Woodruff, SC (WHNS) -- Spartanburg District Four's superintendent is apologizing after Woodruff High School students were told to remove American flags flying from their cars on Sept. 11.
Vegas PD led to woman's miscarried fetus in freezer

Vegas PD led to woman's miscarried fetus in freezer

Las Vegas, NV (KVVU) -- Las Vegas police officers investigating a shooting Wednesday were led to an apartment where they found containers of marijuana, weapons and a human fetus in a freezer.
Arizona shooting suspect caught at Sky Harbor Airport

Arizona shooting suspect caught at Sky Harbor Airport

Phoenix, AZ (KPHO) -- SWAT officers arrested a man connected to a Tempe shooting following an hours-long search that shut down Terminal 4 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and grounded several dozen flights.
ETX native to serve aboard Navy's newest, most advanced ship

ETX native to serve aboard Navy's newest, most advanced ship

A 2003 Arp High School graduate and Arp, Texas native is serving aboard one of the Navy’s newest and most advanced ship, the destroyer Zumwalt (DDG 1000), which is currently under construction at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine.