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Educators Take Stand to Stop Bullying

This coming Friday, May 4th, the Texas branch of the American Federation of Teachers is inviting all Texas schools to be part of a nationwide stand against bullying, by participating in the Stand 4 Change Day.

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KTRE, via Nacogdoches County Jail
KTRE, via Nacogdoches County Jail
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Nacogdoches Insurance Agent Brad Fontenot Charged With Drug Possession

State Farm insurance agent Bradley Allen Fontenot of Nacogdoches turned himself into police on Wednesday, April 26 at approximately 3:30p.m., KTRE reports.

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Lufkin Daily News
Lufkin Daily News
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Lufkin Dental Workers Accused of Stealing Gold With Teeth Attached

Two former employees at Palmer Dental, Heather Terry and Mary Dorsey, have been arrested for selling dental gold. The Lufkin Daily News reports, sometimes that gold was still attached to bloody teeth.

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via Lufkin Daily News - used by permission
via Lufkin Daily News - used by permission
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Surgery Complication Leaves Officer in Coma

A Lufkin police officer is in a Houston hospital recovering from the major complications that developed after he had surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat.

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via flickr/Jacob...K
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Moon Still Shines on Moonshine Stills in E. Texas

Yes friends. The moon still shines on the moonshine stills deep in the Piney Woods of East Texas.  Just ask the lawmen in Trinity and Smith Counties.

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State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D-Houston)
State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D-Houston)
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Lawmaker Wants to Change Texas “Castle Doctrine”

A Houston State Representative says he will work to repeal Texas’ “Castle Doctrine”, the law that gives Texans protections similar to Florida’s “stand your ground” law that is coming under fire in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting.

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FBI Warns Public of New Internet Scams

The FBI Internet Complaint Center has issued a national warning about new trends in cyber crime, and new twists in some old cyber scams.

The long and short of it is that cyber crooks are always looking for new ways to pick your pocket over the Internet, and they very often update their old scams and re-use them.

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Andrea Yates Wants to Attend Church

Remember Andrea Yates?  She's the Houston woman who was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the drowning deaths of her five children back in June of 2001.  Yates is now a patient at the Kerrville State Hospital, and through her attorney, she's asking to be allowed out of the facility once a week to go to church.

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