KTRE Night at the Forest Festival!

We hope you have your canned goods ready to get your $5 discount on arm bands at the opening night of the Texas State Forest Festival! Come out and visit with us at the KTRE Mobile Studio and we'll make sure you have a good time. At 6, we go live from the Expo Center to explain just how you can help feed the hungry.

A Colmesneil mother says her disabled son's school didn't give him proper treatment when they allowed the school's volleyball team to use a new handicap-accessible bus. Now, she says her son was injured and she's mad about it. Leigha Hughes has the story at 10.

SFA's past, present and future are the highlight of a significant milestone. At 6, Donna McCollum explains how the school celebrated 90 years today.

Lufkin High students no longer have to hide their texting. The school district has decided to allow it in order to curb it. Make sense? Caleb Beames explains further at 6.

Growing up in poverty and going to bed each night hungry has given a Lufkin woman the drive to help East Texans through their hardships. Linda Smelley helps thousands of children, families and senior citizens each month in Angelina County with the help of the East Texas Food Bank. At 5, Maegan Prejean shows you how the Christian Information and Service Center is helping East Texans fight hunger.

Jeff Awtrey

Assignments editor