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Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:06am

City of Houston issues pastors subpoenas for sermons

Months ago, the City Council in Houston passed an equal-rights ordinance. One of the new policies included allowing men to use women's restrooms in certain public settings.

Flu season in full swing

"Its October now so everyone should be coming in for their flu shot," said Erin Deese, an Administrative Director at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital.

Employee files lawsuit against Smith Co. Sheriff's Office

 A lawsuit has been filed against the Smith County Sheriff's office and the plaintiff is a current employee.
Authorities release photos of Smith Co. robber

Authorities release photos of Smith Co. robber

Authorities are asking for help in the identification of a robbery who held up a Smith County business on Monday.

Coors of Longview sold after 39 years

For almost 40 years, Coors of Longview has been a part of East Texas. But, by the end of the month, they will be under new ownership. The fire last July hurt them financially and the owner decided it was best to sell the company.
Can you identify this burglar?

Can you identify this burglar?

The Smith County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying a burglar. Detectives said this man is wanted for burglary of business in the 13600 block of Spur 364.
Tyler Police arrest suspect involved in Domino’s robbery

Tyler Police arrest suspect involved in Domino’s robbery

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Tyler investigators arrested Bronson McCarty, W/M, born 04/15/1990, of Tyler, for the Aggravated Robbery that occurred at Domino’s Pizza on Shiloh Road.
Nurse organization writes Obama in call for change to combat Ebola

Nurse organization writes Obama in call for change to combat Ebola

In lieu of another nurse being diagnosed with Ebola, the National Nurses United sent a letter to President Obama to call for change to combat the deadly virus. You can read their letter below:
ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

An East Texas eighth grader is returning to school after he collapsed at his junior high football practice.
Report: East Texas college denies applicants over Ebola fears

Report: East Texas college denies applicants over Ebola fears

An East Texas college is under fire for allegedly rejecting students from countries with confirmed cases of Ebola.
Man arrested with meth, 2 pounds of cocaine during stop

Man arrested with meth, 2 pounds of cocaine during stop

An Arkansas man was taken into custody Tuesday after police found a large amount of cocaine allegedly in his possession.
Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Dallas hospital looking to transfer nurse to Atlanta for Ebola treatment

Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas is actively consulting with Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and other health officials about the possibility of transferring to Emory our second coworker being treated for Ebola.
Woman to plead not guilty on 3 counts of manslaughter in July wreck

Woman to plead not guilty on 3 counts of manslaughter in July wreck

An East Texas woman has been indicted on three intoxication manslaughter charges after she allegedly killed three people in a July 201
U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

 In an unprecedented move to protect U.S. troops that might be exposed to Ebola, U.S.
NFL CFB analysts release mid-season NCAA football All-America Team picks

NFL CFB analysts release mid-season NCAA football All-America Team picks

Every year, college football analysts release their picks for the College Football's Mid-Season All America Teams.