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Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:06am
Ebola-diagnosed Dallas nurse, Nina Pham, upgraded to good condition

Ebola-diagnosed Dallas nurse, Nina Pham, upgraded to good condition

Health officials announced Tuesday evening the Dallas, Texas, nurse who was admitted to NIH Clinical Center Special Clinical Studies Unit with Ebola has improved in health.

Local service helping make Halloween safe for seniors

If you're worried about grandma or grandpa passing out candy to strangers this Halloween, Visiting Angels, a home care service for seniors, is providing Halloween helpers, so everyone can safely enjoy the candy and costumes.

Surprise tornado touched down in Upshur County

Mistaken as a strong storm for more than a week, we now know a tornado ripped through Gilmer last Monday. But, this week, the National Weather Service confirmed, that storm was actually an EF-1 tornado with winds gusting between 95 to 105 MPH.
South Texas mother charged with capital murder of newborn

South Texas mother charged with capital murder of newborn

Hidalgo County sheriff investigators have arrested a mother for murder of her newborn baby.
Autopsy: Longview teen killed by 5 gunshot wounds

Autopsy: Longview teen killed by 5 gunshot wounds

The autopsy has been returned and released by officials in the shooting death of 15-year-old Justin Michael Aguilar.
Police release pictures of Smith Co. high-speed chase suspect

Police release pictures of Smith Co. high-speed chase suspect

Lindale Police have released pictures of the alleged driver involved in last weekend's high-speed chase in Smith County.
East Texas Christian school named one of top 30 in nation

East Texas Christian school named one of top 30 in nation

A website that focuses on providing the public with resources for campus and online education recently released their list of the top Christian schools in America. Making the list is a well-known East Texas school.
Marijuana advocate ousted from Texas church

Marijuana advocate ousted from Texas church

 A Beaumont woman claims she has been cast out of her church for her use of medicinal marijuana.
Cowboys release Michael Sam from practice squad

Cowboys release Michael Sam from practice squad

The Dallas Cowboys have waived defensive end Michael Sam from their practice squad.
REL alum serves with Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 130

REL alum serves with Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 130

A 2004 Robert E. Lee High School graduate and Tyler, Texas, native is serving with Electronic Attack Squadron 130 (VAQ-130), also known as the “Zappers”.
Texas Game Warden Notes: 'They are watching me right now!'

Texas Game Warden Notes: 'They are watching me right now!'

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Police: Pair attempts to hide marijuana in ETX day care

Police: Pair attempts to hide marijuana in ETX day care

Two Lufkin residents were taken into custody Monday afternoon for allegedly trying to hide marijuana in a local day care.
Police: Texas man could be serial killer; cases may go back decades

Police: Texas man could be serial killer; cases may go back decades

The investigation of a man suspected in the deaths of at least seven women in northwest Indiana could expand to other states and stretch back decades, authorities said.
Recent rains bring reports of record ducks headed to Texas

Recent rains bring reports of record ducks headed to Texas

For the first time in several years, ducks heading into Texas won’t be landing in the dirt thanks to decent rainfall across much of the state in recent months.
Texas to create Ebola treatment, infectious disease bio containment facility

Texas to create Ebola treatment, infectious disease bio containment facility

Gov. Rick Perry today announced the creation of a state-of-the-art Ebola treatment and infectious disease bio containment facility in North Texas.