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Van Zandt Co. home catches fire

Van Zandt Co. home catches fire

The Van Zandt County Fire Marshal Office is on scene of a house fire in the Edgewood area.
City of Gladewater announces warrant roundup

City of Gladewater announces warrant roundup

The City of Gladewater is urging its citizens who may be wanted on a warrant to turn themselves in to police. The 2015 warrant roundup will be starting on March 7.
ETX woman wanted on warrants in multiple counties

ETX woman wanted on warrants in multiple counties

Law enforcement officers in Angelina County and Gregg County are looking for Dana Michelle Carter Carter who is wanted on multiple warrants.

Texas nurse who contracted Ebola to sue hospital chain

She was the first person to ever contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's going to sue the hospital where she got infected.
Hyundai recalls 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect

Hyundai recalls 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect

Hyundai is recalling more than 200,000 vehicles that could have a power steering defect that increases the risk of a crash, according to documents posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Saturday.
Fans honor Nimoy with tweets, Vulcan salute

Fans honor Nimoy with tweets, Vulcan salute

 (CNN) -- In a moment Friday, the social-media debate over whether a dress was white and gold or blue and black was silenced.
Tyler ISD principal honored by National Speech & Debate Association

Tyler ISD principal honored by National Speech & Debate Association

Dr. Kenneth Gay, principal of John Tyler High School, was recently honored by the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) with the UIL District NSDA Principal of the Year Award. Thirty-three schools compete in the UIL District. Dr.
ISIS releases some Christian hostages -- but why?

ISIS releases some Christian hostages -- but why?

Igniting a live man in a cage; severing the heads of dozens; kidnapping, raping and selling women and children -- ISIS' shocking maltreatment of its captives has become regrettably predictable.
Los Angeles police shoot, kill man on the ground

Los Angeles police shoot, kill man on the ground

The video starts with a man swinging his arms at police outside a Los Angeles homeless shelter. An officer tackles him to the ground, and three others try to subdue him. At least one pulls out a Taser and tries to shock the man.

"Two Steps, One Sticker" program begins

The "Two Steps, One Sticker" program started Sunday. It means that everyone in Texas will transition to only having one sticker for both vehicle inspection and registration.

Klein Shelter dog gets a happy ending

Henry from The Klein Animal shelter is getting a happy ending. The dog was in bad shape after he spent time at Klein Animal Shelter in Jacksonville. He was left in his cage for seven days with a broken back.
Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola now suing hospital

Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola now suing hospital

The Dallas nurse who contracted ebola while treating the nation's first patient with the virus will sue the hospital.
One person hospitalized following two vehicle wreck in Tyler

One person hospitalized following two vehicle wreck in Tyler

Wet roads were the cause of a two car accident in Tyler, that sent one person to the hospital. The accident happened around 3:30 p.m. Sunday near Regal Theater at the intersection of Shawn St. and Loop 323.
Hyundai recalls 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect

Hyundai recalls 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect

Hyundai is recalling more than 200,000 vehicles that could have a power steering defect that increases the risk of a crash, according to documents posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Saturday.
7 stocks Wall Street thinks will soar this year

7 stocks Wall Street thinks will soar this year

The bull market in stocks is getting old.