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Officer Darren Wilson issues statement

Officer Darren Wilson wrote a letter to supporters, which was released by an anonymous source after the grand jury's decision not to return an indictment in the shooting of Michael Brown.
Oklahoma Satanist backing out of controversial Satanic monument project

Oklahoma Satanist backing out of controversial Satanic monument project

An Oklahoma group of Satanists who were working to help get a monument to Satan placed at the State Capitol are now backing out.
Texarkana prison employee guilty of having sex with an inmate

Texarkana prison employee guilty of having sex with an inmate

A 38-year-old Texarkana, Texas woman has pleaded guilty to federal charges in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.
ETX teen arrested after allegedly killing girl in accidental shooting

ETX teen arrested after allegedly killing girl in accidental shooting

A juvenile was taken into custody after he allegedly killed a girl in an accidental shooting on Monday.
East Texas driver of recalled GM car cleared in boyfriend's death

East Texas driver of recalled GM car cleared in boyfriend's death

A driver convicted of homicide in the death of her boyfriend has been exonerated after General Motors admitted its car may have caused their accident.

3-year-old accidentally shoots, kills mother

A Tulsa, Oklahoma woman is dead after her toddler son accidentally shot her in the head. police say.
Authorities capture 3 Most Wanted Texas fugitives

Authorities capture 3 Most Wanted Texas fugitives

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced that three individuals on the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list were captured recently. Josue Reyna, 24, was arrested Nov. 18 in Del Rio; Alfredo Rangel, 37, was apprehended on Nov.
Violence, fires erupt after Ferguson grand jury decision

Violence, fires erupt after Ferguson grand jury decision

"What we saw tonight was much worse than what we saw any night in August," the St. Louis County Police Department posted on Facebook early Tuesday morning.
Gilmer native serves with a Navy Maritime Patrol Squadron

Gilmer native serves with a Navy Maritime Patrol Squadron

 A 1994 Gilmer High School graduate and Gilmer, Texas native is serving with Patrol Squadron Sixteen (VP-16), also known as the “War Eagles”.
Lawmaker 'Long Hair' among arrests after clashes at Hong Kong protest site

Lawmaker 'Long Hair' among arrests after clashes at Hong Kong protest site

Bailiffs began clearing a major pro-democracy protest site in Hong Kong's bustling Mong Kok district Tuesday, triggering scuffles, arrests and a stand-off with growing crowds of protesters.
Fires and chaos erupt in Ferguson after grand jury doesn't indict in Michael Brown case

Fires and chaos erupt in Ferguson after grand jury doesn't indict in Michael Brown case

Fires and chaos erupt in Ferguson after a grand jury decides to not indict Police Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting death of Michael Brown.

The 'Gift of Sight' in Nacogdoches

 Sharon Stewart from Diboll has been dealing with cataracts for years.
Obama calls anger over Ferguson decision 'understandable,' but urges peace

Obama calls anger over Ferguson decision 'understandable,' but urges peace

President Barack Obama called for calm Monday night, moments after a Missouri prosecutor announced there would be no indictment against the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.

SPECIAL REPORT: The cost of living, going broke to stay alive

Meriam Eakin has been battling Lymphocytosis for the last 40 years, and will continue fighting the disease the rest of her life.  A form of blood cancer, the treatment for this diagnosis, can cost $100,000 every year. 
POLICE: Shots fired, looting confirmed after Darren Wilson 'no bill'

POLICE: Shots fired, looting confirmed after Darren Wilson 'no bill'

A Missouri grand jury has come to a decision concerning the indictment of police officer Darren Wilson.