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Friday, March 27, 2015 - 11:34am
Amy's Kitchen recalls handful of products due to Listeria threat

Amy's Kitchen recalls handful of products due to Listeria threat

Amy’s Kitchen, Inc. is voluntarily recalling approximately 73,897 cases of select code dates and manufacturing codes of the products due to a Listeria threat.

Part of Shiloh Road blocked off due to sinkhole

Tyler crews have blocked off a section of Shiloh Road because of a newly formed sinkhole. The hole is in front of Tyler Tennis and Swim Club near Donnybrook Avenue.

Military confirms ISIS list includes airmen assigned to Barksdale

Air Force officials can confirm the ISIS list does include Airmen assigned to Air Force Global Strike Command, a division of Barksdale Air Force Base.
Man shoots son in buttocks over lack of orange juice in home

Man shoots son in buttocks over lack of orange juice in home

Elbridge Dukes, 58, is in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison charged with attempted manslaughter and illegal use of a dangerous weapon.
90+ world relay champions set 2 records by completing 4-man events at USATF Masters Indoor Championships

90+ world relay champions set 2 records by completing 4-man events at USATF Masters Indoor Championships

 The 90-plus relay team returned to the national stage Saturday at USATF Masters Indoor Championships, where they continued to make history along with Irene Obera and three other performances that all broke World Masters records at JDL Fas
2 people injured in Wood County shooting

2 people injured in Wood County shooting

The Wood County Sheriff’s Office assisted by DPS responded to a shots fired called Sunday night on Wood County Road 3420 near Lake Hawkins

Sex offender dies in Wood County Jail

Charles James (Jim) Perry, age 68, died while in custody at the Wood County Jail Sunday, March 22 2015 at approximately 5:05 PM.
Alaska discovery may solve mystery of missing family

Alaska discovery may solve mystery of missing family

The disappearance of a young woman, her two children and her boyfriend confounded police last year. Now, remains found in southern Alaska could show their tragic fate.
Teen survives after wrecked car ends up teetering on bridge above river

Teen survives after wrecked car ends up teetering on bridge above river

The ultimate balancing act. A New Hampshire teen avoided a deep plunge into a river after a wreck, narrowly escaping from his car as it teetered perilously on the guardrail of a bridge, authorities say.
Rev. Bob Jones III apologizes for saying gays should be stoned

Rev. Bob Jones III apologizes for saying gays should be stoned

Three and a half decades after calling for homosexuals to be stoned, former Bob Jones University President Bob Jones III has apologized.