97, with no plans of slowing down

A retired Lufkin man is spending his time helping the younger generation in his community. And, at the age of 97, he has no plans of slowing down. At 5, Caleb Beames explains how John Woodside has been able to tutor young adults to improve their education.

And at 6, Leigha Hughes brings you the latest into the investigation into the mysterious death involving a woman found dead on the side of an Angelina County road.

Also at 6, Donna McCollum explains the growing popularity of raising chickens in your back yard and what you can do to prevent yourself from any health concerns.

For the first time in 15 years, Lufkin High School is bringing back the homecoming dance. At 6, Francesca Washington explains why the dance is back and how students made it happen.

And at 10, find out what caused Nacogdoches to fall into the top 10 poorest cities in America and why city officials don't think it's true at all.

Nacogdoches football has been on a roll, but on Friday night they lost a key piece to their machine when quarterback Hunter McClellan suffered a horrible broken arm. But, as Justin Woodard explains at 6, the Dragons believe they'll be all right.

Jeff Awtrey

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