Nacogdoches Fuddrucker’s Closed, Leaving Employees Unpaid
Everybody loves a tasty hamburger, but who likes to work for free.
New Law Limits Homemade Treats
People who shop at local farmer's markets will start to see fewer and fewer homemade snacks.
Federal Agents Bust Local Meth Lab
An Angelina County man could face federal charges after agents found explosives in his home.
Federal Government Trying To Rebuild Crucial Ecosystems In Gulf
After the recent oil spill in the gulf, BP is going to give one billion dollars to help restore the effected areas lining the Gulf of Mexico.
Lufkin Man Sentenced To Life In Prison
Carl Carver was sentenced to life in prison for ordering an Aryan gang related murder.
Texas Drought Now Considered A Disaster
The lack of rain in the past couple of months has caused problems for many farmers and ranchers.
Minnesota Congresswoman Launches Presidential Campaign
Trying to show she has what it takes to be a presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann kicks off her campaign.
Obama Faces Criticism Over Troop Withdrawal
President Obama is under fire from his own political party, over his plan to withdrawal more than 30,000 troops from Afghanistan.