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Center lynching victims to get memorial
More than 90 years after being hanged on the courthouse lawn, Shelby County’s last known lynching victims will be recognized Saturday. The Equal Justice Initiative will unveil a historical marker memorializing two black lynching victims, Lige Daniels and Buddy Evans. Daniels was lynched on in August
Texas sees uptick in executions, death sentences in 2018
Texas again executed far more inmates than any other state in 2018, according to year-end reports released Friday by two groups critical of the death penalty. With no other executions scheduled for the year, tallies from The Death Penalty Information Center and the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Dea
Police mocked for sharing stern-faced photo of ‘El Cheapo’ $70 drug bust
This police department may want to think twice before posting another photo on social media. The Tenaha, Texas police department posted a picture on Facebook of a drug bust from last week that went viral – for all the wrong reasons.
‘Christmas in Roseland’ takes over the American Rose Center for the 35th year
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - If you are looking to get into the holiday spirit, The American Rose Center can do just that. Over the past 35 years the gardens transform into a winter wonderland full of Christmas lights, music and displays.
Affidavit: Shelby County Jail trusty gave underage girl meth, sexually assaulted her
CENTER, TX (KTRE) - On Wednesday, Texas Rangers executed a search warrant on the Center Police Department for evidence in connection to an allegation that a trusty gave an underage girl methamphetamine at the Shelby County Jail shop and then sexually assaulted her.
Longtime AgriLife Research economist Dr. James Richardson to retire
COLLEGE STATION – Since the mid-1980s, the simulation model developed by a Texas A&M AgriLife Research economist has been used to evaluate countless farm bill proposals by Congress to determine both the good and bad financial outcomes for U.S. farmers.
Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 death
DALLAS – A 78-year-old prisoner who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman.
FYI: Donations and Letters to Santa
QIf I donate to a food bank does the food stay in Angelina County?. A. I know that if you donate to the Christian Information Service Center you can specify what county you want your donation to serve. CISC Executive Director Yulonda Richard said people who make donations can specify where they want
The Advent of Oral Oncolytics and Patient Access
Joyce O’Shaughnessy, MD: Hello, and thank you for joining this video editorial series titled, “Advances and Best Practices in the Utilization of Novel Agents in Metastatic Breast Cancer.” Oral oncolytics account for 25% to 35% of the oncology pipeline. When treating metastatic breast cancer patients
SWIFT: Caring for the tiniest patients
Woodland Heights Medical Center is proud to be the first and most experienced NICU in Deep East Texas. Our care teams are committed to providing love and support to our tiniest patients, keeping them close to home.
Texas man who allegedly tried, failed to kidnap teen jogger is arrested
A Texas man was taken into custody on Tuesday for the attempted kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl who managed to escape the ordeal, authorities said. Law enforcement learned that the teen had been out jogging on Dec. 2 when a person she described as a Hispanic male came near her, the Brazoria County
Area basketball: Lady Mavs squeak out OT win over Nac
Holding a five-point lead with less than two minutes to play in regulation, it appeared as if the Nacogdoches Lady Dragons were going to pick up a much needed victory in the District 16-5A opener here in Dragon Coliseum Tuesday night. But the Lady Mavs came back to force overtime and then secured a
Web Xtra: Nacogdoches County sheriff warns of fraudulent informant list
NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - Nacogdoches County Sheriff Jason Bridges is warning people about a fraudulent informant list that is making the rounds on Facebook. The person who made the list was selling it to drug dealers for profit. The dealers bought it to put other drug dealers out of business
Woodland Heights recognizes employees of the year
Special honors were recently awarded to Woodland Heights Medical Center employees. Jeanette George, BSN, RN, was named 2018 Employee of the Year. Jamie Rice, infection control director, was named Non-Clinical Director of the Year and Mark Hobbs, surgical services director, was named Clinical Directo
Things to do in Austin on Thursday, Dec. 13
"Of Mice and Music: A Jazz Tap Nutcracker." It's like no "Nutcracker" you've likely ever seen before: Tapestry Dance Company stages a jazzed-up version of the original Tchaikovsky score and beloved jazz classics featuring a score played live with some of Austin's best jazz musicians and Tapestry art
Broken System: Conflict of Interest Disclosures in Medical Journals
Health Editor’s Note: When you read about an issue/item that you are trying to learn about you want unbiased information. In reality, truthful, cut and dried information. Not information that someone has been paid to present. This concept applies to medicine and every other consumer realm out there.
A List of Things the Tenaha, Texas Police Department Can Do With the $70 They 'Seized' In a 'Drug Bust' Last Week
1. Buy five whole orders of the surprisingly filling Vietnamese Shrimp Summer Rolls at The Cheesecake Factory. 2. Catch a Greyhound from Pittsburgh to Hampton, Va., on Friday the 14th—but only if you book the trip in the next two hours and use the code GREY4CHAR.
TSTC Marshall graduates 60 during fall commencement
Texas State Technical College in Marshall graduated almost 60 students on Friday during its fall commencement ceremony at the Marshall Convention Center. Guest speaker Kraig Green, manufacturing engineering manager at Komatsu Mining Corp. in Longview, congratulated the graduates before they walked t
TxDOT open house, public hearing on tap for Thursday
The Texas Department of Transportation will hold an open house and public hearing from 4-7 p.m. Thursday in the Jaguar Room at the Ellen Trout Zoo Education Center, 402 Zoo Circle.
Record Number Of Aggies To Receive Texas A&M Diplomas Dec. 14-15
By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications. Texas A&M University will award a record 5,237 degrees during graduation ceremonies Dec. 14-15. The totals include graduates from the main campus in College Station and the Health Science Center, Texas A&M-Galveston, the