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Wireless AMBER alerts: What are they, and who gets them?

Many people may have received mobile text alerts on their cell phones when an Amber Alert has been issued in their area. We've heard from many East Texans who want to know more about them.

Rain leaves sewage problems

The rain might have left the Ark-La-Tex for now, but some local residents woke up this morning to flooded streets and backed up sewage.

Tax filing delayed

Tax season is upon us but the Internal Revenue Service announced yesterday that you might have to wait a little longer to file your taxes.  

ETX law enforcement searching for missing teens

East Texas authorities are searching for two missing teenagers that dissappeared earlier this week. Madeline Apple, 17, and Andrew Hill, 17, were last seen walking away from Heartlight Ministries in Hallsville on Monday.

Homeless man arrested for aggravated rape of 9-year-old girl

A homeless man was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl.

Security camera captures tornado touchdown in Plaquemine

Security cameras at an industrial plant rolled as a tornado ripped through Plaquemine.

Authorities release picture of abducted children

At the request of the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Louisiana State Police Department has issued an endangered/missing child advisory for James Kevin Fraiser, Jr.,7, and Gracie Fraiser, 1, who may be traveling in the Benton/Shrevep

TX man on synthetic drugs bites officer's finger, mother's face, resists arrest

A Waco man is in jail after biting an officer's finger, resisting arrest, and biting his mother in the face.

Debt ceiling FAQs: What you need to know

Congress narrowly avoided pushing the country off the fiscal cliff. But it has done nothing to address the next and potentially bigger risk to the economy: the need to raise the debt ceiling.

Flu picks up steam across the U.S.

The flu has been spreading fiercely across the United States, with more than half of states reporting widespread activity. The season has started earlier, and cases are more severe than last year, health officials say.