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SPCA of East Texas helps community on 'International Homeless Pet Day'

August 16th marks "International Homeless Pet Day".  A day where the focus is to raise awareness about the millions of animals that end up on the streets or in shelters across the globe, and here at home. 
Governor Perry speaks out on indictment charges

Governor Perry speaks out on indictment charges

Gov. Rick Perry today made the following statement regarding the decision by the Travis County Grand Jury:
Police searching for two men in alleged kidnapping, beating of Diboll man.

Police searching for two men in alleged kidnapping, beating of Diboll man.

Diboll Police are searching for two men who are wanted in connection to the alleged kidnapping and beating of a Diboll man that occurred on July 26.
Statement expected from Gov. Perry in indictment charge

Statement expected from Gov. Perry in indictment charge

Texas Gov. Rick Perry will deliver a statement at 3 p.m. ET Saturday from the state capitol in Austin, the governor's office says.
Demonstrators in Phoenix peacefully protest police brutality

Demonstrators in Phoenix peacefully protest police brutality

Calls for peace and justice in Phoenix as police and protesters continue to clash in a St. Louis suburb.

Ten-year-old donates food to help feed homeless for birthday

When Cain turned ten years old, he asked his mother Toni for two things. A paintball birthday party and food to feed the homeless. Cain was inspired to help feed East Texans after passing a homeless man on the street.

Ringing the bell for cancer

It was a busy day at Texas Oncology- Tyler. The center celebrated life. Patients, old and new, supported those who were finally cancer free. Survivors rung a bell. The bell is a symbol for the survivors.

Grassroots America: We the People bring facts about border security

The conservative group, Grassroots America, We the People, brought in multiple Texas State Representatives to their meeting to discuss the border crisis and make sure citizens had the facts.
Report: Grand jury indicts Governor Rick Perry

Report: Grand jury indicts Governor Rick Perry

A grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry on Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion as part of an ethics inquiry into his veto of funding for the state’s public integrity unit.

Officials say potted plants harboring mosquitoes in Longview

Mosquitoes that wouldn't buzz off in one Longview neighborhood had city officials stumped on where they were coming from.

Woman drinks chemical-filled tea at Utah restaurant

A Utah woman is hospitalized after drinking sweet tea accidentally mixed with industrial cleaner. Jan Harding knew right away when she took a sip of her sweet tea something wasn't right.
Ferguson police chief: Officer didn't know Brown as robbery suspect

Ferguson police chief: Officer didn't know Brown as robbery suspect

The Ferguson police officer who shot Michael Brown didn't stop him because he was suspected in a recent robbery, but because he was "walking down the middle of the street blocking traffic," the city's police chief said Friday.

PHOTOS: Houston residents claim UFO flew over city

Pictures posted on Twitter earlier this week show something floating through the skies over the Houston area.
Gladewater PD, DEA arrests 3 during drug raid

Gladewater PD, DEA arrests 3 during drug raid

Two East Texas were taken into custody Thursday evening during a raid by the Drug Enforcement Agency and local police.
Police: Longview man attacks deputies, lights fire in patrol vehicle

Police: Longview man attacks deputies, lights fire in patrol vehicle

A Longview man is accused of attacking Gregg County sheriff’s deputies and lighting a “small fire” in the back of a patrol vehicle while being taken to jail after drinking whiskey and smoking two joints of synthetic marijuana.