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    Police: Man dead after hanging at Texas jail

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    Fort Worth police say a man found hanging in a city jail cell has died.
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    Driver identified in fatal motorcycle accident Video included

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    A Garland, Texas man is killed in an early morning motorcycle accident on I-30 in Bowie County. More>>

    Accidental shooting in ETX leaves one dead, another charged Video included

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    A 21-year-old man is dead and another is man is charged with manslaughter after an accidental shooting in Shelby County. More>>

    Marshall man's family wants police to investigate his death as a homicide Video included

    Eddie Clark's friends and family pray for justice Eddie Clark's friends and family pray for justice
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    Tanisha Turner says she doesn't believe her uncle Eddie Clark committed suicide. The 51-year-old East Texas man was found Sunday hanging from a bush near the Good Shepherd Medical Center in Marshall, but family members say Clark wasn't depressed and never wore a belt. More>>

    Fort Hood shooter writes to ISIS leader, asks to become "citizen" of Islamic State

    Nadal Hassan (source: AP Graphics) Nadal Hassan (source: AP Graphics)
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    The Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood has written a letter to the leader of ISIS, asking to become a citizen of the Islamic State's caliphate, his attorney said Thursday. More>>

    SCAM ALERT: East Texas woman falls prey to IRS scam

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    Tyler Police are warning area residents about a scam that claimed a local woman as its victim. More>>

    Retail gasoline prices drop 2 cents across Texas

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    Retail gasoline prices across the state continue to drop as millions of Texans prepare to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend.
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    2016 GOP hopefuls vie for attention at Texas event

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    A parade of potential 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls will be on display at an influential conservative group's annual summit.
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    Retail gasoline prices drop 2 cents across Texas

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     Retail gasoline prices across the state continue to drop as millions of Texans prepare to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend.

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    Oil tanker near Texas leaves after legal dispute

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    A tanker carrying crude oil from Kurdistan has left its position near Texas during an ongoing legal dispute with Iraq over its potentially $100 million cargo.
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    Judge denies restraining order in immigration case

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    A federal judge in Texas has denied a conservative activist's request for an emergency stay of a federal program that transports to other states immigrants who entered the country illegally in South Texas.
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    Perry says GOP Congress is key to solving problems

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    Texas Gov. Rick Perry is telling the South Carolina GOP that it's important for Republicans to control Congress so they can solve the country's immigration problem and other national issues.
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    Stolen minivan, 5 small children, suspect found

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     A police search has found a daycare center minivan containing five young children and a suspect after the vehicle was reported stolen.

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    Jury to get Texas road-rage murder case

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    A Southeast Texas jury is to hear closing arguments in the trial of a Texas father accused of fatally shooting a drunken driver who killed his two sons in a crash.
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    Police: Houston father charged in son's death

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    Police say a Houston father has been charged with killing his 2-month-old son.
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    Davis spends $4 million on Texas attack ads

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    Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis spent about $4 million in August to attack her Republican opponent on television.
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    US judge rules on anchored tanker near Galveston

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    A federal judge has rejected an order for U.S. marshals to seize and turn over to Iraq crude oil from a tanker anchored off of Galveston.
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    Texas students head back to school for first day

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    Students across the state of Texas headed back to school Monday.Students enrolled in the Waskom Independent School district kicked off the first day bright and early.New teachers that headed back to school in the district had extensive training to get the started off on the right foot.18 new teachers began their first day just as excited as the students.Superintendent, Jimmy Cox, began early, arriving at the schools to check in with principals and teachers before welcoming the students and th... More>>

    5th, 8th grade students get break on math tests

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    Since implementing a new math curriculum has taken longer than expected, Texas students in the fifth and eighth grades won't have to pass the state's standardized math test in this school year in order to move to the next grade.
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    Felony indictment energizes Texas GOP behind Perry

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    Just when Rick Perry was feeling like governor non grata, a felony indictment accusing him of abusing his power has energized Texas conservatives.
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    Dallas Police: Man killed himself in shooting

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    Dallas police say a man killed himself after police who saw his gun opened fire.
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    Texas law student fights extradition to Louisiana

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    A San Antonio law student has vowed to fight extradition after his arrest on murder and arson warrants from Louisiana.
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    With 2016 in mind, Perry heads to New Hampshire

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    Texas Gov. Rick Perry is testing his presidential prospects in New Hampshire while carrying the scars of old political stumbles and a recent indictment.
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    UT System set to formally hire McRaven as leader

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    Navy Adm. William McRaven is set to be formally hired as chancellor of the University of Texas System.
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    Father's claims he didn't kill driver get boost

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    A Texas father's claims he did not fatally shoot a drunken driver who caused an accident that killed his two sons seem to have received a boost from testimony by prosecution witnesses.
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    40 percent of Texas graduates took ACT

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    A report from the organization that produces the ACT college entrance exam says about 40 percent of Texas' graduating class this year took the test.
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    ETBU ranked in "50 Most Affordable Christian Colleges" list

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    East Texas Baptist University has been recognized as one of the “50 Most Affordable Christian Colleges in the U.S.” The website Christian Universities Online ranked ETBU at 35th. More>>

    Longview man accused of setting girlfriend on fire

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    A Longview man who allegedly set his girlfriend on fire over the weekend remains jailed as of Tuesday afternoon. More>>

    Woman convicted of starving 10-year-old stepson

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    A North Texas jury has convicted woman in the 2011 starvation death of her 10-year-old stepson.The Dallas County jury found 33-year-old Elizabeth Ramsey guilty Tuesday of intentional serious injury to a child in Johnathan Ramsey's death. Jurors begin hearing testimony Wednesday morning in the sentencing phase of Ramsey's trial and could sentence her to up to life imprisonment.The boy's 35-year-old father, Aaron Ramsey, is serving a life sentence already.Prosecutors say the two locked the boy ... More>>

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    • Where Is Downtown Bossier?

      Where Is Downtown Bossier?

      Monday, September 1 2014 9:00 PM EDT2014-09-02 01:00:18 GMT
      Back in the day downtown Bossier City was a hot spot. Parking lots full with trendy restaurants and businesses just a step away.Now it's dwarfed by nearby casinos and abandoned by consumers for the Louisiana Boardwalk.Downtown Bossier is about nine blocks long, three blocks wide and Barksdale Blvd. runs through the heart of downtown and dead ends at Traffic St.Many of the buildings along Barksdale Blvd. and the surrounding blocks are abandoned and run down. According to city leaders it has ta...
      Back in the day downtown Bossier City was a hot spot. Parking lots full with trendy restaurants and businesses just a step away.Now it's dwarfed by nearby casinos and abandoned by consumers for the Louisiana Boardwalk.Downtown Bossier is about nine blocks long, three blocks wide and Barksdale Blvd. runs through the heart of downtown and dead ends at Traffic St.Many of the buildings along Barksdale Blvd. and the surrounding blocks are abandoned and run down. According to city leaders it has ta...
    • Election 2014: Local political dynasties, Bowman bros. follow mother

      Election 2014: Local political dynasties, Bowman bros. follow mother

      Sunday, August 31 2014 10:57 PM EDT2014-09-01 02:57:19 GMT
      The Kennedy family, the Bushes, the Clintons and now the Hamiters. Political dynasties are an American tradition that isn't just for the national stage. Several local families have felt the urge to pursue political office. 
      The Kennedy family, the Bushes, the Clintons and now the Hamiters. Political dynasties are an American tradition that isn't just for the national stage. Several local families have felt the urge to pursue political office. 
    • Lucky Hunters

      Lucky Hunters

      Sunday, August 31 2014 10:00 AM EDT2014-08-31 14:00:33 GMT

      Sportsmen across the Ark La Tex are gearing up for another season of hunting.

       

      Sportsmen across the Ark La Tex are gearing up for another season of hunting.

       

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