11-year-old Oliver Nickle has been reenacting the Civil War across the US all his life. Now that his Lufkin elementary classmates are learning about that time period, he and his father are bringing the road act home. Maegan Prejean has the story at 6.
It's a second chance most youth don't ever get. A chance to leave their mistakes in the past, get an education and learn a trade that will help them build a better future. At 6, Leigha Hughes has more on Youth Build of the Pineywoods.
The Nacogdoches Mayor's Committee on People with Disabilities wants businesses to abide by the American Disabilities Act. As an incentive, selected compliant businesses are honored. The winners have been announced. At 6, Donna McCollum reports each time the contest is held someone learns more about how to better serve the disabled.
It's that time of year again: Tax season. And with new changes coming from the IRS, many people including small business owners are having to be careful when dealing with Uncle Sam. At 5, Caleb Beames talked with a new small business owner today about how she is dealing with the stress of tax season.
As the gun debate rages, we're learning that Trinity law enforcement is looking into ways to keep their schools safe. Michelle Reed has the story at 10.