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Friday, March 27, 2015 - 11:34am
U.S. Steel to consolidate operations, idle plant supplying ETX company

U.S. Steel to consolidate operations, idle plant supplying ETX company

On Wednesday, United States Steel Corporation announced it will consolidate its North American Flat-Rolled operations and temporarily idle its Granite City Works operations in Granite City, Illinois.
Known ETX 'dope house' boarded up, police move on to next target

Known ETX 'dope house' boarded up, police move on to next target

On Monday, Kilgore police announced a known "dope house" located at 908 West North is now boarded up, so no one can sell drugs from it.

INVESTIGATOR: Man set fire to ex-stepfather's Longview home

 Investigators said a Longview man set fire last week to a house belonging to his ex-stepfather.

Gregg County judge hands 25-year sentence to child sex offender

A Houston man received a 25-year prison term after pleading guilty to indecency with a child by sexual contact in Gregg County, Assistant District Attorney Madison Hood said Tuesday.
Could Warren-mania hurt progressive Democrats?

Could Warren-mania hurt progressive Democrats?

Martin O'Malley says he wants to bring "fundamental change to the culture of Wall Street." Jim Webb is lashing out against the "greed and irresponsibility in the financial sector." For years, Bernie Sanders has railed ag
Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito: Equal time?

Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito: Equal time?

When Italy's highest court meets Wednesday to consider the latest verdict in the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher, most eyes will be on Amanda Knox, the 27-year-old Seattle native who stands convicted of killing her former ro

Sleep well, America

 We won't call terrorists, terrorists. We call wont call ISIS a terror group because we don't want anyone to be mad. We are trying to negotiate a nuclear treaty with Iran. They hate us.
Federal workers owe the IRS $3.5 billion

Federal workers owe the IRS $3.5 billion

They work for the government, but they haven't paid their taxes on time. Federal workers and retirees owe the IRS $3.5 billion, according to data released Tuesday.

Smith County releases video of chase ending in crash

Authorities have released video footage of a man who allegedly led deputies on a chase through Smith County that ended in a crash.
Pharmacists say it's time to prepare for allergies

Pharmacists say it's time to prepare for allergies

The flowers are beginning to bloom, people are going to be mowing their yards, and that spring time wind is going to be blowing it all around making it a nightmare for those suffering from allergies.
Detroit police discover bodies of 2 children in freezer

Detroit police discover bodies of 2 children in freezer

Police in Detroit made a gruesome discovery Tuesday.

Longview PD swears in new assistant police chief

The Longview Police Department has a new assistant police chief.
Brief cool down to end work week, but you'll love the weekend!

Brief cool down to end work week, but you'll love the weekend!

Late this past weekend, the forecast models were hinting at several cooler than normal days for ETX this weekend. That forecast has recently changed. As you’ve seen presented by Chief Meteorologist Scott Chesner and Dr.

Founder of award winning tortillas remembered

La Fama Foods in Ore City employs 140 people and supplies chips and tortillas to nationwide companies. However, it wasn't always that way.
Daughters of the Republic of Texas sue Land Office over Alamo library

Daughters of the Republic of Texas sue Land Office over Alamo library

It turns out the Battle of the Alamo — or rather the Battle of the Alamo's library — is just getting started.