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Gilmer comes back to win 4A, Division II State Championship

Gilmer comes back to win 4A, Division II State Championship

The Gilmer Buckeyes put on show for high school football fans across the nation overcoming an 18-point deficit at halftime to come back and win the 4A - Division II Sate Championship Friday afternoon in Arlington, 35-25.
'An unspeakable crime' -- 8 children found dead at home in Australia

'An unspeakable crime' -- 8 children found dead at home in Australia

Eight children, the youngest of them only 18 months old, have been found dead at a suburban home in the northeastern Australian city of Cairns in a case that the country's Prime Minister has called "an unspeakable crime."
Glass Dragon owner, man arrested in K2 raid, seeks to reopen store

Glass Dragon owner, man arrested in K2 raid, seeks to reopen store

The owner of the Glass Dragon and Longview Vapor Store, awaiting trial on federal drug distribution and money laundering charges, filed a motion Thursday asking that he be allowed to operate the store on Fredonia Street to sell e-cigarettes and
Gruesome discovery: Small bodies inside abandoned storage locker

Gruesome discovery: Small bodies inside abandoned storage locker

When Regina Zimmer bid $40 on an abandoned storage unit in Colfax, California, near Sacramento, all she did before the purchase was look at the unit from the outside and hope to find something valuable.
E. Texas Christmas lights so bright you can see them from space!

E. Texas Christmas lights so bright you can see them from space!

Those lights you put up for the holidays don't just brighten your neighborhood -- they are providing NASA with new data about how cities illuminate the night.
Henderson Co. man gets 10 years for dealing meth

Henderson Co. man gets 10 years for dealing meth

A Henderson County man was sentenced to 10 years behind bars for dealing meth.
Source: Hackers send new message to Sony

Source: Hackers send new message to Sony

The hackers behind a devastating cyberattack at Sony Pictures have sent a new message to executives at the company, crediting them for a "very wise" decision to cancel the Christmas day release of "The Interview," a source c
FBI: North Korea responsible for Sony hack

FBI: North Korea responsible for Sony hack

North Korea is officially responsible for the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, the FBI announced Friday.
Sheriff identifies couple killed in Angelina Co. shooting deaths

Sheriff identifies couple killed in Angelina Co. shooting deaths

Authorities have identified two people found dead from an alleged shooting Friday morning at an Angelina County home. 
Atheists release own version of Ten Commandments

Atheists release own version of Ten Commandments

What if, instead of climbing Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments from God, Moses had turned to the Israelites and asked: Hey, what do you guys think we should do?
Obama and Putin: From frosty to frozen

Obama and Putin: From frosty to frozen

The tanking Russian economy seems to be doing little to encourage President Vladimir Putin to repair relations with the West.
Russian crisis kills big German gas deal

Russian crisis kills big German gas deal

Fallout from the Russian crisis continues to spread with the cancellation of a big gas deal with Germany.
Two-vehicle wreck on SSW Loop 323 in Tyler, injuries reported

Two-vehicle wreck on SSW Loop 323 in Tyler, injuries reported

At least one person has been hurt in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of SSW Loop 323 and Old Bullard Rd. in Tyler.  It happened just after 7:30 Thursday night. 
No 'The Interview,' and no 'Team America' either at Texas theater

No 'The Interview,' and no 'Team America' either at Texas theater

After Sony canceled the release of its comedy "The Interview," one Texas theater planned to screen "Team America: World Police" instead. That is, until studio Paramount shut that down, too.

Local retirement community spreading Christmas cheer

Research shows the holiday season can trigger seasonal affective disorder in seniors. That's why at The Hamptons, a retirement community in Tyler, they help their residents beat the holiday blues by spreading Christmas cheer.