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Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 6:43pm

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Ginobili named NBA’s Tweeter of the Year

Ginobili named NBA’s Tweeter of the Year

Be it posting candid pictures with his young sons or posing math riddles to local high school students, Manu Ginobili is one of the NBA’s most active members on Twitter.
UT's Joe Bergeron takes break from team for 'personal issues'

UT's Joe Bergeron takes break from team for 'personal issues'

Last season, Texas had the luxury of three starter-caliber tailbacks. This spring, the Longhorns are down to one.
Arrest made in connection with ETX armed robbery

Arrest made in connection with ETX armed robbery

Nacogdoches Police have made an arrest connected with a Wednesday morning robbery.
Parents of slain Zavalla man granted visitation rights to see 5-year-old granddaughter in foster care

Parents of slain Zavalla man granted visitation rights to see 5-year-old granddaughter in foster care

The parent's of a Zavalla man who was murdered earlier this year have been granted court-ordered visitations with their granddaughter.

Texas family finds help for stray dog that somebody tried to kill

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a 1-year-old Catahoula dog that was shot directly in his eye with a .22-caliber gun is on the mend, thanks to a rescue group and some emergency veterinary care.
WEATHER REPORT: Thursday, April 10, 2014

WEATHER REPORT: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Happy Thursday! Thursday will be mostly sunny, windy and warmer. The high will top off near 80 degrees with winds out of the south increasing to 15-25 miles per hour with higher gusts.
Judge decides where starved Spring boy will live

Judge decides where starved Spring boy will live

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a Harris County judge awarded temporary custody of a Spring boy found malnourished last month to Child Protective Services on Tuesday, but his mother will have unlimited access to him while the child res

Seniors helping seniors, one prize at a time

Seniors helping seniors is the name of the game. Well, actually the game is the always popular "Bingo".

Local living legend shares her success of becoming a doctor

Becoming a doctor has always been in the blood of 92-year-old Marjorie Ferrell Roper. She reflects on her childhood and playing doctor with her dolls and animals.

Wild Hog Capital of Texas featured in 'Texas Highways' travel magazine

One East Texas city known as Wild Hog capital of Texas is getting national attention. Ben Wheeler made the April issue of "Texas Highways" which is a travel magazine of Texas.

Did anybody do any preparation?

Yesterday at the white house, another photo op. The president signed an executive order on equal pay for women.

Man arrested for tampering in Longview triple-homicide released

Longview Police are investigating two different crime scenes they believe are connected after a shooting left three people dead Sunday night.

ETL: Free food, fun & fellowship

Jen and Rachel chat with Nickalous McGrew, Senior Pastor of Higher Dimensions Ministry. His church is getting ready for a Community Cookout.

Transgender teacher in Texas told not to return

A transgender substitute teacher says she has been told she should not return to her classes after parents complained about her.
White Oak standout chooses St. Gregory’s

White Oak standout chooses St. Gregory’s

Madison Faber made a decision on her college choice last Monday. The White Oak softball standout celebrated by terrorizing opposing pitchers for the remainder of the week.