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    Marshall murder suspect turns himself in to police

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    MARSHAL (KYTX) - A man is dead and another is being treated for his injuries after being shot in the 300 block of North Bishop Street shortly after midnight.Police were dispatched to the area after someone called saying two people had been shot.More >>
    MARSHAL (KYTX) - A man is dead and another is being treated for his injuries after being shot in the 300 block of North Bishop Street shortly after midnight.Police were dispatched to the area after someone called saying two people had been shot.More >>
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Enterovirus D68 sickens more than a dozen in New York

More than a dozen cases of Enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New York state, according to officials. More>>

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College Station woman swept away saving dog

A woman walking her dog at Lick Creek Park Saturday morning was swept away by rushing water caused by recent rains. More>>

Fan hurt in fall at AT&T Stadium

A fan was injured in a fall Saturday night during the college football showdown between the Texas Longhorns and the UCLA Bruins at ATT Stadium in Arlington. More>>

Two women shot by unknown suspect while in their car

Two women were shot by an unknown suspect while sitting in their car in a parking lot.Shortly after 2:00 a.m. Sunday, a group of people in six or more cars met in the bank parking lot on FM 1960 and Imperial Valley to mingle and visit.  More>>

ISIS executes British aid worker David Haines; Cameron vows justice

He has beheaded again. The tall, masked British man with the London accent, working with ISIS.His first two victims were American journalists.  More>>

'The Star-Spangled Banner' celebrates 200 years

The Star-Spangled Banner turns 200 on Sunday and, even today, it has aged gracefully. Sept. 14 marks 200 years since the poem was put to paper.  More>>

N. Korea sentences American to six years hard labor

North Korea sentenced an American to six years of hard labor Sunday for allegedly entering the country illegally and trying to spy on the highly secretive state.


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Man Arrested and Charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

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LONGVIEW (KYTX) - According to the Longview Police Department, a man was arrested for allegedly pointing gun at his girlfriend Saturday.Police report that 26-year-old William Chase Scott and his girlfriend got in an argument when Scott allegedly pointed a gun at her. The incident happened at Scott's apartment at teh Tree House Apartments in Longview.The man worked as a jailer for the Gregg County Sheriff's Office, but has been let go by the department.. He is now in the Gregg County Jail on a... More>>

Mother pushes to bring awareness to rare but deadly blood disease

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TYLER (KYTX) - A year after losing her son to a rare immune disease, one east Texas mother is keeping her son's legacy alive -- by spreading awareness of HLH (Hemophagocytic Lympohistiocytosis). More>>

Van Zandt suspect teen arrested after shooting mom

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GRAND SALINE (KYTX) -- A 17-year-old Van Zandt man who reportedly shot his mother then fled behind his residence Friday afternoon is in police custody. Several law enforcement agencies, including the Canton K-9 unit from 13 miles away joined in the chase before Michael Henry Dyar was captured shortly after the shooting near US Highway 80 west of Grand Saline. More>>

UPDATE: Veteran Suffering from PTSD Struck by a Car on Highway 149

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GREGG COUNTY (KYTX)- Witnesses tells CBS 19 one man is dead after having an altercation with a family member on the side of Highway 149 just outside the city limits of Lakeport.. More>>

Woman shoots at ex-boyfriend in Palestine post office

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PALESTINE (KYTX) -- A woman scorned fired one shot at an ex-boyfriend at the post office, reportedly fled in a vehicle only to turn herself in to police.The victim was about to depart the post office lobby at at 1213 North Link (State Hwy 155 North) when the former girlfriend fired her weapon. The man was not hit, nor were postal customers or employees injured.
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John Tyler wins annual "Pantry Raid" food drive Video included

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TYLER (KYTX) - The annual Pantry Raid once again pitted Robert E. Lee against John Tyler high school. The school who collected the most food wins, and once again, John Tyler has taken the title.  More>>

No delay for accused Kaufman County killer’s trial

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There will be no delay in the trial for a man accused of murdering three people, including two Kaufman County prosecutors.Eric Williams is charged with the murder of Kaufman County District Attorney, Mike McLelland, his wife, Cynthia and Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse. More>>

Report: Adrian Peterson indicted for negligent injury to a child.

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(CBS SPORTS) -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted in Texas for 'reckless or negligent injury to a child,' according to the Fox Affiliate in Houston. The indictment was made in Montgomery County. More>>

Pit bull advocates say the breed is not dangerous in nature, others disagree Video included

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TYLER (KYTX)-An update on the danger of pit bulls after two pit bulls attacked a woman and child in Nacogdoches this week.Like many other dog owners, Deb Chachere loves to play with her dog Bella, a pit bull.  More>>

Body found in Cherokee County remains unidentified

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KYTX (CHEROKEE COUNTY) - Investigators have determined the body found along-side Highway 69 in Cherokee County last week was not that of a missing woman in Angelina County.Angelina County Sheriff Greg Sanches tells CBS 19 the investigation is back in the hands of Cherokee County investigators.The woman's body was found by TxDOT crews out mowing on September 3 just north of Wells.Investigators first thought it might be the body of a missing mother in Angelina County who had not been seen since... More>>

Traffic Advisory: Roadwork set to begin on Rice/Shiloh Road

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Rice Road and Shiloh Road from Old Jacksonville Highway to Rhones Quarter Road will periodically be closed to all through traffic between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. beginning Monday, Sept. 15. More>>

East TX native Chris Davis suspended 25 games for use of amphetamines

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Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis has been suspended for 25 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for amphetamines, the league announced Friday. More>>

Police locate 91-year-old man

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KYTX (TYLER) - Tyler police are issuing a Silver Alert for 91-year-old William Cox.Officers say he was last seen around noon at his house in the 1500 block of Don Street in Tyler.Cox has Alzheimer's, and was last seen wearing a white shirt, green pants and using an orange walking stick with tape on it.He is about 5'5" tall and 140 pounds.If you have seen William Cox, call Tyler Police. More>>

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