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ETX convicted felon sentenced to life in prison for murder

ETX convicted felon sentenced to life in prison for murder

An East Texas man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday after pleading guilty in October to a
Alleged gunman killed after officer-involved shooting on LA college campus

Alleged gunman killed after officer-involved shooting on LA college campus

An alleged gunman is dead after an officer-involved shooting on a Louisiana college campus.
Clashes erupt in Mexico City protests over missing students

Clashes erupt in Mexico City protests over missing students

Riot police forcibly cleared protesters from Mexico City's main square late Thursday as outrage mounted over the case of dozens of missing students.
Immigrants react to Obama's speech with cheers, tears

Immigrants react to Obama's speech with cheers, tears

The parties activists organized to watch President Barack Obama's immigration speech were supposed to be festive affairs.
Jacksonville firearms enthusiast lands job with NRA

Jacksonville firearms enthusiast lands job with NRA

 Kelly Young works for the water department in Jacksonville. But soon, he and his wife will be headed to Fairfax Virginia, where he landed an opportunity of a lifetime, working for the National Rifle Association.

SPECIAL REPORT: Duck Dogs

 For some east Texans, it's the most wonderful time of the year, and no, we're not talking about thanksgiving or Christmas. It's duck season.
President Obama announces plan to shield millions of immigrants

President Obama announces plan to shield millions of immigrants

President Obama addressed the nation Thursday night to announce an overhaul of the immigration system.

Hundreds of struggling people in Whitehouse to receive Thanksgiving meal

Director of the Whitehouse Ministerial Alliance, Anthony Johnson said to his wife one day, "I don't know what it is, but I think the Lord's wanting us to do a Thanksgiving meal for the folks of Whitehouse."
Third arrest made in connection with death of ETX toddlers

Third arrest made in connection with death of ETX toddlers

A third person has been taken into custody in connection with the death of two East Texas toddlers.

Immigration reform debate heats up

Immigration is the hot topic this week. In fact, the biggest immigration showdown in our nation's history is Thursday night. No one knows exactly what President Obama has in store for immigration reform, but there is speculation.

Texting may cause neck and spine injury

The average smart phone user spends 1 to 3 hours checking their phone every day. That's 6 weeks out of the year, hunched over, glued to technology.
Officials identify all victims in crash that killed 5 East Texans

Officials identify all victims in crash that killed 5 East Texans

Five East Texans were killed Wednesday night in a Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, crash.
Former Miss Teen Oregon-World arrested in meth drug raid

Former Miss Teen Oregon-World arrested in meth drug raid

A 23-year-old woman who was the 2009 winner of the Miss Teen Oregon-World competition was arrested Wednesday when Keizer police raided two addresses as part of a long-running drug investigation.

Kilgore College President speaks out about asbestos allegations

 Kilgore College President Bill Holda is defending his campus after asbestos exposure violations came to light.
Officers not indicted in shooting of Longview ISD student

Officers not indicted in shooting of Longview ISD student

A Gregg County grand jury declined to return indictments against three officers involved in the shooting of Justin Aguilar on March 9, 2014. The grand jury's decision means that under Texas law no criminal charges will be filed.