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Salvation Army receives grant for Veterans

Veterans are twice as likely as any other American to become homeless. But thanks to a $150,000 grant from the Emergency Veterans' Assistance Program.
Mystery solved: Origin of World Trade Center ship revealed

Mystery solved: Origin of World Trade Center ship revealed

We now know where an old sailing ship unearthed during the excavation of the former World Trade Center site came from — and how it came to rest beneath what today is lower Manhattan.
Mystery solved: Origin of World Trade Center ship revealed

Mystery solved: Origin of World Trade Center ship revealed

We now know where an old sailing ship unearthed during the excavation of the former World Trade Center site came from — and how it came to rest beneath what today is lower Manhattan.

Local college helping further high school students' education

One local college is helping change the course of East Texas high school students. Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins will be offering dual-credit courses online beginning in Fall 2015.
Authorities identify man killed in Kilgore rollover

Authorities identify man killed in Kilgore rollover

An East Texas man was killed in a  one-vehicle crash near Kilgore Thursday night.

ETX community fundraising to help single mom with stage 4 cancer

The Chapel Hill community is standing behind one of their own. Jackie Adams is a newly single mom of five children. Jackie is battling stage 4 breast cancer and her medical expenses are extensive.

K-9 crime stopper gets more training

People go to work everyday. The same is true for one hardworking dog, and he has a pretty important job. He keeps crime out of the Troup community.

Pet adoptions available at Great Texas Balloon Race

If you're heading out to The Great Texas Balloon Race and festivities this weekend, why not take home a new pet with you?

"Slender man" stabbing suspects in court

One of two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin charged as an adult with stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character was ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial on Friday.

Bronies in Baltimore

"Bronycon 2014" is underway in Baltimore. The convention draws thousands of "bronies", fans of the cartoon "My Little Pony" who also happen to be adults...and male.