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Santa makes annual horseback ride to Lindale, handing out gifts and posing for photos

LINDALE - Santa Claus rode into Lindale on horseback on Saturday and stopped at Picker's Pavilion, bringing laughter and joy to the community. Santa and his little helpers seemed to be the highlight of the weekend in East Texas as they traveled through town spreading holiday cheer, bringing present

TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH - 2017-12-18 06:41:00

TRAFFIC ALERT: Chicken truck wreck causing delays on US 79N

An early-morning accident involving a truck hauling chickens is still causing traffic delays between Jacksonville and Palestine on State Highway 79. The accident happened around 1 a.m. Monday on Highway 79N at the intersection of Farm-to-Market Road 2574 and live chickens were scattered on the roadw

CBS19.TV - 2017-12-18 16:24:54

DPS responding to fatal crash in Canton

At least one person is dead following a wreck in front of Canton High School. About 1:30 p.m. Monday, the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed troopers were responding to a fatal crash on Highway 243 in front of the school. Details about the crash were not immediately available. KLTV has reac

KLTV - 2017-12-18 19:39:20

Police charge 17-year-old Hopkins Co. teen with murder

A 17-year-old is in the Hopkins County jail charged with murder after police say he shot and killed another teen Sunday night. According to Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum, Galvin Gilbert, 17, and 18-year-old Tyrese Pryor met on on County Road 1185 near the South Liberty Community late Sunday eve

CBS19.TV - 2017-12-18 18:10:30

ETX doctors seeing an increase of visitation for the flu

TYLER - Dr. Ernesto Lugo, a physician at ER Hospitality, said December is the peak time of contracting the flu. He said flu season would be around possibly till February, however, this year's season has kept him busy. The doctor said he's seen an increase of patients this year. Walgreen's Flu Index

CBS19.TV - 2017-12-17 04:49:23

Suspected counterfeit ring busted in Kilgore

KPD officers kicked off the week busting a suspected counterfeiting operation on East South Street. At least four men and women were in custody and a number of children were being carried off the scene Monday morning while more than a dozen Kilgore Police Department personnel continued their investi

CBS19.TV - 2017-12-18 16:41:58

17-year-old arrested in Hopkins County, charged with murder

A 17-year-old man has been arrested and charged with murder in Hopkins County. Gavin Gilbert is charged with one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the death of Tyrese Pryor, 18. Investigators with the Sheriff's Department tell KLTV, Pryor met with Gilbert

KLTV - 2017-12-18 16:43:08

WATCH: Man steals red kettle, stand at Tyler Walmart

Police are looking for the person who ran off with a Salvation Army Red Kettle and stand from a Tyler Walmart on Dec. 16. Police are still looking for the person who stole a Salvation Army red kettle and stand from a Tyler Walmart on Dec. 16. It happened while volunteers were ringing the bell at Wal

CBS19.TV - 2017-12-18 18:39:27

Gang Member Arrested For Shooting At Cobb Police Officer

MARIETTA, GA - A man authorities say is a documented gang member has been arrested for shooting at a Cobb County Police officer after a multi-county chase that ended with him hiding in a convenience store. Kevin Scott Sosebee, of Mableton, was booked into Cobb County Detention Center on Saturday on

PATCH - 2017-12-18 16:47:59

45 Job Openings In Douglas Area

DOUGLASVILLE, GA - Businesses across the region are looking for new employees and Patch has partnered with ZipRecruiter to provide you with our searchable jobs board. Here are some recent job postings in Douglasville. See hundreds of openings at our Douglasville Patch jobs board. Outside Sales Rep C

PATCH - 2017-12-17 21:08:53

Local veterans honor fallen comrades with wreaths

Melanie Ruberti / The Newnan Times-Herald Brenda Jessel, Ret. LCDR David Jessel and Kitty Kelley link arms as they approach the wall of honor on Saturday to lay a wreath in Veterans Memorial Park. Kelley and Brenda Jessel represented the Daughters of the American Revolution. Wreaths of green now

NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD - 2017-12-17 13:23:00

Domestic incidents can turn holidays into violence

The holidays are not always the most wonderful time of the year when considering it is a time when some families find themselves in altercations that can have tragic outcomes. The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence says that in 2016 it received 650 calls on New Year's Day and 634 on New Y

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-17 04:56:00

Carroll County has weathered storms of ice and snow

An aerial view shows snow covering a rural part of Carroll County. Up to 30,000 CEMC customers were without power at the height of the snowstorm that blanketed the area with up to 10 inches of snow on Dec. 8. Photo courtesy of Benat Gonzalez Jessica Gallagher/Times-Georgian This is a view of Lake C

TIMES-GEORGIAN.COM - 2017-12-17 04:59:00

Resident complaints led to shutdown of spa

A Carroll County Sheriff's Office official said the department was "bombarded" with complaints from residents about a massage parlor before it was shut down this month. The owner of KAWA Spa on Highway 27 south of Carrollton was charged with practicing massage therapy without a license. "We posted s

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-17 04:58:00

Villa Rica rate increases 'up in the air' following budget vetoes

Villa Rica residents had been scheduled to receive higher utility bills in February, but those rate hikes are now in limbo because of a mayoral veto issued on Wednesday. The City Council may meet as early as this week to schedule a vote to override the veto, which impacts the 2018 city budget that t

TIMES-GEORGIAN.COM - 2017-12-17 04:59:00

Villa Rica prepares to rock in 2018 with Gold Nugget Drop

When the lights go down in the City of Villa Rica on New Year's Eve, the annual Gold Nugget Drop will bring area residents together for a celebration at midnight, as the Journey tribute band Departure marks another turn of the Wheel in the Sky. The free event, which will be capped with a firework sh


Brownsville police hand out presents to children - Brownsville Herald: Local News

Brownsville Police Department officers and Blue Santa Claus took it upon themselves to see that children in the area received a gift this holiday season. Officers and local organizations have been collecting toys all year, bringing in more than 5,000 toys to distribute to children Saturday at the Br

BROWNSVILLE HERALD - 2017-12-16 23:59:59

BISD Early college rules to change

The Brownsville Independent School District's six comprehensive early college high schools will move to a school-within-a-school early college model next year from the current wall-to-wall model. In 2014, the Texas Education Agency designated Hanna, Lopez, Pace, Rivera and Veterans Memorial as early

BROWNSVILLE HERALD - 2017-12-18 06:05:00

About 2,700 Vaqueros earn degrees at UTRGV

McALLEN - This holiday season is a little merrier for prospective graduates who participated in the second day of UTRGV's Fall 2017 commencement ceremonies on Saturday. Held at the McAllen Convention Center, excited family members and loved ones packed the facility for four ceremonies, cheering on t

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-12-17 03:16:00

Despite conditions, just single pelican death recorded this week

PORT ISABEL - The carnage from last week was still visible, two brown pelican carcasses on the side of the highway serving as mementos of the two dozen birds killed by traffic at the Gayman bridge last week. Conditions yesterday closely mimicked those of a week ago, with strong, gusting north winds