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Marine killed in Camp Lejune shooting

Marine killed in Camp Lejune shooting

A United States Marine is dead after a shooting at Camp Lejune in North Carolina. At approximately 5:30 p.m., a Marine standing guard at Camp Lejeune’s Main Gate discharged an M4 rifle, killing another Marine guard.

Electronic cigarettes could be banned from Smith County facilities

It's possible that electronic cigarettes could be banned inside and outside of all Smith County facilities.

Job fair at UT Tyler prepares students for after college

Graduation is one month away and it's time to start thinking about after college. University of Texas at Tyler is having a job fair Wednesday April 9, from 11a.m to 2 p.m.. at the Ballroom at the University Center.
DPS identifies Upshur County fatal crash victim

DPS identifies Upshur County fatal crash victim

On Tuesday, authorities released the name of the person killed in a Monday evening wreck in Upshur County.
Death row inmate loses appeal in rape, murder of Tyler woman

Death row inmate loses appeal in rape, murder of Tyler woman

The 5th U.S. Court of Appeals rejected another appeal from a man facing the death penalty for a 1996 murder in Tyler.

UPDATE: Church of Wells members injured following physical fight during community parade

— UPDATE: After months of being silent regarding the Catherine Grove Controversy 'Church of Wells' members are speaking out after three church members, Sean Morris (Elder of the church) Taylor Clifton, and Randall Valdez were
New Black Panthers protest handling of Alfred Wright death investigation

New Black Panthers protest handling of Alfred Wright death investigation

Protesters with The New Black Panther Party and the family of Alfred Wright held a demonstration in Jasper Monday.
Man wanted on Gregg Co. warrant arrested in Angelina Co.

Man wanted on Gregg Co. warrant arrested in Angelina Co.

A man wanted on charges of aggravated robbery in Gregg County is now behind bars in Angelina County.
Smith Co. officials seeking 2 men wanted for credit card abuse, theft

Smith Co. officials seeking 2 men wanted for credit card abuse, theft

Two East Texas men are wanted in connection with credit card abuse and theft in Smith County.
Man sentenced to 30 years for multiple crimes in ETX

Man sentenced to 30 years for multiple crimes in ETX

A Eustace man was sentenced to 30 years in the state penitentiary on Monday by Judge Carter Tarrance of the 392nd Judicial District Court.
Classes canceled at ETX elementary school due to power outage

Classes canceled at ETX elementary school due to power outage

According to officials at Longview Independent School District, classes at Ned E. Williams Elementary School have been canceled for Tuseday, April 8, 2014.
Preliminary findings released concerning ETX crash that killed 12-year-old

Preliminary findings released concerning ETX crash that killed 12-year-old

The Texas Department of Public Safety has released preliminary findings in the crash investigation involving the death of a 12-year-old boy on that occurred March 1, 2014.

East Texans prepare to compete in Las Vegas pool tournament

At the end of the April, 19 East Texans will be heading to Las Vegas to compete in the American Poolplayers Association 'National Singles Championships'. The winner will take home $250,000.

Arp student turns his imagination into a book

A student Tristen Evans,16, of Arp, turned his imagination into a book and now that book is on store shelves. We got the opportunity to speak to the young author on Monday about his accomplishment.

UT Tyler set to study a potential endangered species

The University of Texas at Tyler received a grant to study a threatened species. The crayfish. Now this fish is not to be confused with the southern favorite food crawfish.