No ammo? That's OK

Caleb Beames found out today that at least one law enforcement agency has found an alternative way to train in order to conserve ammunition. He'll bring you that story at 10.

At 6, Donna McCollum will tell you how the new sheriff's office is using its own inmates to renovate where they are living.

It's the blind leading themselves. Well, they're not really blind, but SFA students are using the streets of downtown Lufkin to learn what it's like to be blind so they can know how to teach the blind. Leigha Hughes has that story at 6.

Within the first three months of this year there have already been 26 cases of inappropriate relationships involving teachers and their students in Texas. The chief of staff at the US Department of Education keeps track of each case. At 5, Maegan Prejean reviews what teachers in Lufkin and Nacogdoches do to try to avoid cases like these.

Michelle Reed will be in Woodville tonight at Kree Harrison continues her quest to be the next American Idol. I'll tell you what: with the roll East Texas has been on in recent reality shows, I'm liking her chances!

Jeff Awtrey

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