Little ones give in big way

We too are looking for some heartwarming stories out of our nation's schools and we bring you a very special one at 5. Caleb Beames explains how primary school students are supplying the Humane Society with tons of food and other items.

With gun control top-of-mind all over the nation, we turn to a resident gun expert who has a lot to say on the topic. At 6, Michelle Reed visits with Dustin Ellermann, the Zavalla man who made headlines last year after winning a national marksmanship competition.

A Nacogdoches County man is fighting for his land rights right now. And a multi-million dollar company says he's already given up the rights. Donna McCollum brings you the latest at 10.

And at 6, we'll show you one way residents at a retirement community stay active and enjoy a new hobby by making music with kitchen supplies! Francesca Washington has the report at 6.

A father in Tennessee is helping many worried parents feel better in the aftermath of the Connecticut elementary school shooting. The former Marine has decided to stand guard at his children's school. We have that story at 4.

A tiny kitten has been rescued after being stuck in the cold, trapped in a hold in Florida. We'll tell you how its doing at 4.

Jeff Awtrey

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