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Stolen groceries won't stop the mission

Souls Harbor is a faith-based treatment center for young people dealing with alcohol and drug addictions. It's tucked away in the woods around the little Nacogdoches County town of Sacul. Sunday evening the free treatment center was burglarized. The theft is creating a hardship, but as Donna McCollum reports at 10, out of bad comes good.

At 6, Caleb Beames brings you an interview with a woman who says her husband is married to another woman.

A Lufkin first-grader is choosing not to be defined by diabetes or let the challenges that come with managing the disease get in the way of the things she loves. At 10, Leigha Hughes talks with the 6-year-old, who is campaigning to "paint the town yellow' to raise money to find a cure for juvenile diabetes.

Also at 6, Maegan Prejean brings you to the scene of the Angelina County Courthouse, where six children officially became a part of new families.

Jeff Awtrey
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KTRE

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