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Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:06am

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Henderson thrashes Brownsboro 52-0

 Friday night the Bownsboro Bears traveled to Henderson to take on the Lions The Lions came away with the win, 52-0. Click the video for the higlights.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Whitehouse tip-toes by Corsicana 38-35

Friday night the Whitehouse Wildcats traveled to Corsicana to take on the Tigers. The Wildcats came away with the win, 38-35. Click the video for the higlights.  
UPDATE: El Paso hospital now reports patient does not meet ebola testing criteria

UPDATE: El Paso hospital now reports patient does not meet ebola testing criteria

UPDATE: 12:33 A.M. - Jacob Cintron, CEO for Del Sol Medical Center, sent out this latest statement:

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Ennis gets by John Tyler 30-27

Two of the top teams in Texas met up near Dallas for one of the most anticipated games of the season. John Tyler traveled to Ennis for a "Battle of the Lions." Ennis came away with the win, 30-27.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Gilmer shuts out Canton 70-0

 Friday night the Canton Eagles traveled to Gilmer to take on the Buckeyes. The Buckeyes came away with the win, 70-0. Click the video for the higlights.
Authorities search for shooter in North Tyler

Authorities search for shooter in North Tyler

A manhunt was launched late Friday in North Tyler following a high-speed chase through Smith County.

Robert E. Lee pep rally

One of the most spirited high schools in East Texas had a pep rally Friday afternoon. Robert E. Lee High School will be playing their first home football game in a month on Friday night.

Caboose on the move

An East Texas couple added a unique, new fixture to their backyard. It is part of a train. If you were in downtown Troup Friday morning, you probably heard lots of noise.

Turf fields a health concern to some

A University of Washington soccer coach brought her concern to NBC after noticing two of her goalies developed lymphoma. Coach Amy Griffin wanted answers.
Ebola in U.S.: Who has it, who doesn't, who might

Ebola in U.S.: Who has it, who doesn't, who might

As of Friday, eight confirmed cases of Ebola have been or are being treated in the United States, and one U.S. citizen died abroad, having never returned to the States. Dozens of others are being monitored or are in some form of quarantine.
Baylor Medical Center transfers patient with 'Ebola-like' symptoms to Texas Health Presbyterian

Baylor Medical Center transfers patient with 'Ebola-like' symptoms to Texas Health Presbyterian

Another patient with "Ebola-like" symptoms has been admitted to Texas Health Presbyterian
Mom gives baby to heroin user so she can be 'a normal teen'

Mom gives baby to heroin user so she can be 'a normal teen'

A St. Charles teenager is accused of giving away her toddler to a heroin user and then claiming it was kidnapped. Charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia is Desiree Ann Marie Cozzoni.

Perry calls for travel ban from Ebola outbreak countries

  Gov. Rick Perry today announced the first recommendations issued by the Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. Gov. Perry created the task force, headed by Dr. Brett P.
DPS: Texas fugitive with violent past wanted

DPS: Texas fugitive with violent past wanted

 The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Alfredo Rangel, 37, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his arrest.

Ebola Coverage: Who is the 'clipboard guy'?

He's been dubbed "Clipboard Guy", the man that stood, without protective gear, amazingly close to Ebola patient Amber Vinson as she was being transported to Atlanta's Emory Hospital.