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A week after the heist of a truck carrying radioactive material sent Mexican police scrambling, five suspects are behind bars. More>>
The Senate on Monday passed a bill to extend a ban on guns that can't be detected by x-ray machines and metal detectors. More>>
Holiday cheer in Texas has become even sweeter thanks to a giant gingerbread house that has broken a world record for confectionary construction. More>>
The weapon is drawn from a patient's own body. Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania remove "T cells," or white blood cells that help fight infections. The cells are then genetically modified to recognize and attack cancer cells. More>>
For many,the holiday season is a time of cheer and pure joy -- but for some people, it's stressful and depressing. With all the extra shopping and list of things to do, it can get overwhelming. More>>
This morning, a Gregg County commissioner nominated himself to represent the county on the Texas Conference on Urban Counties board, but his nomination met resistance from other commissioners in a tense meeting of the court. More>>
Cherokee County commissioners accepted the resignation of County Court at Law Judge Craig Fletcher Monday, setting into motion a divisive and politically charged discussion about his replacement. More>>
UPDATE: Traffic is cleared in after a 6 vehicle wreck in front of Robert E. Lee. TYELR(KYTX) - Traffic is backed up on the Eastbound lanes of East Southeast Loop 323 following a multiple vehicle traffic More>>
George Zimmerman's girlfriend is asking a judge to lift an order that blocks her from seeing him and says she wants charges against him dropped. More>>
Those who know him call him the "gentlest person," but campus police said Monday that a 23-year-old student at a San Antonio-area Christian college took an officer's police baton and struck him before the officer fatally shot him. More>>
UPDATE: The man accused of wielding a hatchet at a Marshall Wal-Mart, and injuring three people is jailed on bonds totaling $225,000. More>>
There were no genetic tests 400,000 years ago, so our ancient relatives didn't know as much about themselves as we know about them now. More>>
Crime Stoppers of Lufkin wants your help identifying the person, or persons, responsible for the burglary of the Cycle Shop located in the 3400 block of East Denman Avenue in Lufkin. More>>
The Nacogdoches County Sheriff Office has arrested a Nacogdoches man for Indecency with a child. The sheriff office received a report of a child younger than 12 years of age had been sexually assaulted by the suspect. More>>
Due to conditions which have occurred recently in the water system, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the system, (Craft-Turney Water Supply) to notify all the customers involved in the repair area to boil their water prior to consumption. More>>
The Great Texas Balloon Race and the Balloon Federation of America have announced that the US National Championship will stay in Gregg County for an additional year. More>>
Two Cherokee County residents have been arrested on several drug charges that include manufacture, and delivery of a controlled substance. More>>
KILLEEN (KCEN) - One woman is dead and another injured after a hostage situation in Killeen early Monday morning. After a stand-off that lasted hours, the suspect finally surrendered to police around7:30 More>>
The Shreveport Fire Department have confirmed that one man is dead and a home is destroyed after an early morning blaze. More>>
Many people say the customer is always right. But how you behave as a customer can impact the customer service you receive. Angie's List has partnered with KYTX to show you how to be a better customer. More>>
The weather will again be mostly cloudy and cool today. High temperatures should stay in the mid 40's with north winds near 10 mph. Colder temperatures will arrive this evening with temperatures expected to fall below freezing during the evening hours. More>>
Ten children and six adults are looking for a place to stay after a fire destroyed their home and dozens of Christmas presents for the kids.
A frigid winter storm system that put Dallas in the deep freeze is hitting the East Coast on Sunday. Luckily for those people, it should be a short visit.
Snow, ice or freezing rain will fall on Washington, Philadelphia and New York City on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. On Monday, temperatures will rise into the 40s and any accumulation should start to melt after the morning commute, the weather service predicts. More>>
President Obama is heading to South Africa to pay his final respects to Nelson Mandela. Former Presidents Bush, Clinton and Carter are also expected to be there.
A frigid winter storm system that put Dallas in the deep freeze will hit the East Coast on Sunday. Lucky for those people, it should be a one-day affair. More>>
German President Joachim Gauck will boycott the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, according to a report Sunday.
The announcement would make Gauck, a former pastor, the first major political figure to boycott the Games, which will be held at the Black Sea resort in February. More>>
Andre Thompson spent more than 100 hours ringing a bell for the Salvation Army, and he now has tied with two other volunteers for a Salvation Army world record. The ringing stopped tonight at 8 P.M. at the Walgreens on Reik Road and Broadway.
The ringing stopped tonight at 8 P.M. at the Walgreens on Reik Road and Broadway.More>>