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Officers shot in South Texas sandoff

Officers shot in South Texas sandoff

A man suspected of shooting two South Texas police officers is "presumed dead" in the Rio Grande valley town of La Joya.
Liberty County Sheriff's Deputy narrowly avoids being shot

Liberty County Sheriff's Deputy narrowly avoids being shot

A Liberty County Sheriff's Deputy was shot at while walking to his patrol car early Tuesday morning. 

Tyler helps Texas rank top 5 in states for businesses

The state of Texas ranks in the top 5 states for businesses across the country and the city of Tyler has helped get them to that honor.
State officials step up to help Texas vets get medical care through the VA

State officials step up to help Texas vets get medical care through the VA

Texas Governor Rick Perry and the Texas Veterans Commission are planning to take matters into their own hands when it comes to the VA crisis. Soon Texas veterans will find some hope in getting the medical care they need.

Better Business Bureau warns about fake Facebook profiles

Fake profiles have been around since social media began. So while online scam artists are not a new concept, the Better Business Bureau has been receiving calls from East Texans experiencing a Facebook breach of privacy.

Neighbors react to meth bust on quiet, residential street

An investigation into a possible stolen car leads to a meth bust and the arrest of six people on Willis Drive in Longview, a typical residential street that resident Mike Walters says is lined with trees and happy families.
Police looking for suspect in Longview shooting

Police looking for suspect in Longview shooting

Longview Police are looking for a gunman after one person was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.

School supply expenses are on the rise

Parents should prepare for an expensive school year this fall. The national retail federation predicts the average family will spend almost $700 on back to school supplies this year.That's $130 more than what was spent last year.

Staying hydrated is critical for your health during summer months

During summer months people are keeping busy with all sorts of things, and sometimes many of us forget to stay hydrated. It's very critical for your health.

A-K 47s from Russia can no longer be imported into U.S.

This month, President Obama issued a number of executive orders on Russian companies, importing their products into the United States. This is including, the Russian company that makes AK-47s.
Officials: Drunk ex rams car with kids, leads police on chase

Officials: Drunk ex rams car with kids, leads police on chase

Authorities have released more information on a multi-county chase that took place Monday night. The incident ended after the alleged drunken suspect wrecked and was caught on foot.

Real estate heir accused of urinating on candy at Texas store

The Houston Police Department has released new details regarding a bizarre incident involving a Manhattan real estate heir.

Micro Family Farms: a growing experience for the entire family

One local man is on a mission to change the way east Texans eat, and where they get their food.
ETX man indicted for alleged sexual assaults of teen girls

ETX man indicted for alleged sexual assaults of teen girls

A Yantis man was indicted recently for the alleged sexual abuse of two girls, ages 14 and 12. The incidents happened about a month apart.
Chrysler recalls 792,000 Jeeps

Chrysler recalls 792,000 Jeeps

Chrysler recalled about 792,000 older SUVs Tuesday for ignition switch problems. The flaw affects Jeep Commanders from model years 2006-2007 and Jeep Grand Cherokees from 2005-2007.