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Moms-to-be learn how to be Fit for Two Video included

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Exercising during pregnancy may have more benefits than you realize. Research finds it can make labor and delivery easier on your body. There are also benefits for baby. As little as 20 minutes of moderate exercise, three times per week enhances the newborn child's brain development.  In this week's Fit City, find out how ETMC is trying to create strong moms and healthy babies with one of its programs.  More>>

Winona mayor's resignation accepted in 3-1 vote Video included

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Winona's city council accepted Mayor DeDe Stroud's resignation in an emergency meeting Thursday night. Stroud was only in office for a few months. She was elected in May and wanted to make significant changes at city hall. More>>

Henderson family says neighboring coal mine disturbing their peace, health Video included

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When an electric utility company now called Luminant built what was then the largest lignite coal-fired power plant in the world, Robert moved a few miles west. He didn't move far enough. More>>

Electric stove catches fire in Tyler home

A family's home has serious fire damages after and electric stove caught fire in their kitchen. More>>

Senate passes bill to overhaul VA, sends to Obama

Senate passes bill to overhaul VA, sends to Obama

The Senate on Thursday night easily approved a $16 billion bill to overhaul the Department of Veterans Affairs. More>>

Winona city council accepts mayor's resignation

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Winona's city council accepts recently-elected Mayor DeDe Stroud's resignation after a 3-1 vote. More>>

Judge rejects attorneys' request to depose alleged accomplice in Kaufman Co. DA murders

It’s been quite clear for some time that Kim Williams has turned against her husband, Eric, who allegedly murdered two Kaufman County prosecutors and one of their wives in 2013. More>>

Smith Co. Sheriff's Office seeks help in identifying burglar suspect

The Smith County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance in identifying a burglar suspect. Detectives say this man may be connected with multiple pharmacy burglaries across East Texas More>>

Sheriffs' Association of Texas awards Sheriff Larry Smith

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SMITH COUNTY (KYTX)- At the awards dinner Tuesday evening, SAT President and Gregg County Sheriff Maxey Cerliano presented the President’s Award to Smith County Sheriff Larry R. Smith for his outstanding support and cooperation with the Sheriff’s Association of Texas and to his commitment to unselfish service to the people of the State of Texas. More>>

Sheriff's across Texas take stand against illegal immigration Video included

It's a problem that seems to grow every day -- immigrants illegally crossing the border from Mexico into Texas in droves. More>>

First grader forced to sit on floor for drawing picture on desk

The controversial punishment of a first grader at Westwood Elementary ended with a teacher reprimanded and a family demanding answers. More>>

New department store hiring 100 people in Tyler Video included

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TYLER (KYTX)-A new department store coming to Tyler is looking to hire 100 full time and part time employees. More>>

Source: Flight leaves for Liberia to evacuate Americans infected with Ebola

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(CNN) -- A U.S.-contracted medical charter flight left Cartersville, Georgia, Thursday to evacuate the Americans, a source familiar with the travel plans told CNN. It is not clear where the two aid workers will be taken for treatment when they are returned to the United States, said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity. More>>

Miranda Lambert billboard vandalized, prank deemed criminal

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Police are investigating what could end up being a class-A misdemeanor after someone vandalized one of the city's "Welcome to Lindale" billboards. More>>

UPDATE: Two Quitman toddlers died of blunt force trauma , bond raised for boyfriend of children's mother Video included

Thomas Liles (photo: Wood Co. Jail) Thomas Liles (photo: Wood Co. Jail)
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UPDATE: QUITMAN (KYTX) - Bond has been doubled for Thomas Wayne Liles, accused of tampering with evidence after his girlfriend's children were found dead. More>>

Four East Texas girls show support for a friend by shaving their heads Video included

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FRANKSTON (KYTX)-Emma Routh is a nine year old girl with a terminal bone marrow disease. Fanconi anemia almost always leads to cancer, so Emma has already gone through leukemia treatment leaving her bald. Emma had her bone marrow transplant in Boston years ago, but last weekend, she returned with four friends so they could shave their heads to raise awareness for childhood cancer. More>>

U.S., U.N. announce humanitarian cease-fire in Mideast conflict

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Thursday that an unconditional humanitarian cease-fire wll begin at 8 a.m. local time in Gaza.
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UPDATE: Reward Offered for Austin Bank Robbery Information

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UPDATE: TYLER (KYTX)- In cooperation with the Texas Bankers Association and other sources a $15,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons involved.  More>>

Polk County deciding fate of seized pot

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POLK COUNTY (KHOU) - Lots of folks are weighing in on what to do with the 100,195 marijuana plants that have been discovered in Polk County.  More>>

UPDATE: UTMB receives $6M to develop treatment for deadly Ebola, Marburg viruses

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GALVESTON (KHOU & USA TODAY)— Researchers at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have been awarded two grants to developing drugs against both Ebola and Marburg viruses, the hospital announced Thursday. More>>

UPDATE: Hunt Co. Judge grants SPCA custody of 222 animals

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UPDATE: HUNT COUNTY (KYTX)- At a custody hearing today at the Hunt County Justice Center in Greenville, Judge Sheila Linden found that the 222 animals seized from the Frank Barchard Memorial Shelter on July 23 had been cruelly treated and awarded custody of the animals to the SPCA of Texas.  More>>

The U.S. is ready for Ebola

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(CNN) -- U.S. government officials are in ongoing talks to bring Writebol and Brantly back from Liberia, an administration official and a State Department source said on Thursday. More>>

UPDATE: Female suspect passing counterfeit bills arrested Video included

Jalecia Ann White (photo: Smith County) Jalecia Ann White (photo: Smith County)
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TYLER (KYTX)-The female suspect who was involved in passing counterfeit $50.00 bills has been arrested on two counts of Forgery of Money. She is identified as Jalecia Ann White, age 25 of Tyler.  More>>

National Guard at border gets mixed reviews in Texas

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RIO GRANDE CITY (USA TODAY)– Soon, teams of camouflage-wearing, gun-toting troops will patrol this small, peaceful border city, flying helicopters overhead and monitoring the comings and goings of its people. More>>

Nacogdoches County Crime Spree Suspects in Jail

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NACOGDOCHES (KYTX)- Two Nacogdoches men are in custody after going on a crime spree in Nacogdoches County early Wednesday Morning. More>>

Kaufman Murder Suspect’s Request Denied

Eric Williams (photo: CBSDFW) Eric Williams (photo: CBSDFW)
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ROCKWALL (CBSDFW.COM) - Eric Williams returned to court on Thursday morning with a major request. He asked the judge to permit him to take a deposition of his co-defendant, his ex-wife, Kim Williams.
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House GOP cancels vote on immigration bill

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Washington (CNN) -- On the last day before summer recess, dysfunction reigned in Congress.House Republicans canceled a vote on their $659 million emergency response to the border influx from Central America overwhelming immigration resources, unable to agree among themselves about what to do. More>>

Babies found in Fort Worth mortuary identified

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FORT WORTH (WFAA) -- The names of the two youngest bodies found decomposing in a Fort Worth funeral home have been released. More>>

Smith Co. man with ties to Aryan Brotherhood eludes deputies

Charles (Root) Ray Griffith Jr. Charles (Root) Ray Griffith Jr.
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(TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) - Authorities are searching for a man with ties to the Texas Aryan Brotherhood prison gang after he fled on foot Wednesday, eluding officers by running through a heavily wooded area and creek near the Jackson Heights community. More>>

EXCLUSIVE: Jail surveillance video released shows inmates getting out of cells Video included

CBS 19 is the only station to get a hold of surveillance video of the Van Zandt County jail inmates escaping from their cells last month, when they found out how to manipulate faulty cell locks. We also got an exclusive look at the hallway and cells inside the jail where this all happened. More>>

  • North Korea reports 'serious accident' after Pyongyang building collapses

    North Korea reports 'serious accident' after Pyongyang building collapses

    North Korean officials stand among the families of victims of the building collapse in Pyongyang, North Korea, on May 17.North Korean officials stand among the families of victims of the building collapse in Pyongyang, North Korea, on May 17.
    (CNN) -- An apartment building in the North Korean capital collapsed in what state media described as a "serious accident" that caused an unspecified number of casualties.More >>
    (CNN) -- An apartment building in the North Korean capital collapsed in what state media described as a "serious accident" that caused an unspecified number of casualties.More >>
  • Gymnastics teaches healthy, life lessons to young East Texas athletes

    Gymnastics teaches healthy, life lessons to young East Texas athletes

    Thursday, April 24 2014 11:00 PM EDT2014-04-25 03:00:32 GMT
    Parents, you have so many quality choices when it comes to enrolling your children in sports to keep them active and healthy. If your goal is to get them in a sport while they're young and stick with it, gymnastics starts as young as two. In tonight's Fit City, the benefits of the sport and what it takes to be a gymnast.More >>
    Parents, you have so many quality choices when it comes to enrolling your children in sports to keep them active and healthy. If your goal is to get them in a sport while they're young and stick with it, gymnastics starts as young as two. In tonight's Fit City, the benefits of the sport and what it takes to be a gymnast.More >>
  • Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    In this handout image provided by the Republic of Korea Coast Guard, a passenger ferry sinks off the coast of Jindo Island on April 16, 2014, in Jindo-gun, South Korea. THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA COAST GUARD VIA GETTY IMAGESIn this handout image provided by the Republic of Korea Coast Guard, a passenger ferry sinks off the coast of Jindo Island on April 16, 2014, in Jindo-gun, South Korea. THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA COAST GUARD VIA GETTY IMAGES
    (JINDO, South Korea)- Transcripts released Sunday show the crew ofthe ferry that sank off South Korea's coastwas crippled by indecision. That lack of action, authorities believe, was deadly.On Sunday, families of those still missing blocked the caravan of South Korea's prime minister, demanding answers, as divers began pulling bodies out of the water.There were 476 people on board when the ferry sank Wednesday. At least 59 are now confirmed dead. More than 240 are still missing.Bodies came in...More >>
    (JINDO, South Korea)- Transcripts released Sunday show the crew ofthe ferry that sank off South Korea's coastwas crippled by indecision. That lack of action, authorities believe, was deadly.On Sunday, families of those still missing blocked the caravan of South Korea's prime minister, demanding answers, as divers began pulling bodies out of the water.There were 476 people on board when the ferry sank Wednesday. At least 59 are now confirmed dead. More than 240 are still missing.Bodies came in...More >>
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    The Investigators

    Here, you'll find investigative pieces from the Tyler Morning Telegraph's Kenneth Dean and CBS 19 -- The Investigators.More >>
    Here, you'll find investigative pieces from the Tyler Morning Telegraph's Kenneth Dean and CBS 19's Field Sutton -- The Investigators.More >>

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