Lawsuit makes its mark on stops and seizures

For four years Tenaha, Shelby County and some individuals have been sued, ridiculed and brought to national attention for alleged illegal stops and seizures. But tonight, a lawsuit comes to an end with the plaintiffs making a difference in how future stops are conducted. Coming up at 6, Donna McCollum explains the impact this lawsuit leaves on the area and how the drama is far from over.

Mother Nature is the main culprit in record-setting demands for energy this year. At 6, Alexis Spears finds out if blackouts could be in store in the future.

We've seen an increase of cases of West Nile Virus across Texas this year. There have even been cases of it in Angelina County. At 10, Francesca Washington explains what you can do to prevent it from infecting you.

Jeff Awtrey

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