Most of us think of gypsies as people who pick your pocket, or use sleight of hand tricks to take your money. But a local sheriff say these gypsies will pave your driveways. And do a bad job of it. At 6, we caught up to a group giving a woman a paving job and we'll tell you why authorities say it's an example of something you should watch out for.
At 10, Holley Nees finds out if East Texas schools will embrace using iPads as textbooks.
Speaking of Holley, today is unfortunately her last day at KTRE. We of course wish Holley the best in her future endeavors!
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