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From fire to ice

Typically, you see them darting into burning buildings, but today it was the opposite as firefighters took part in the "Cold Water Challenge." At 6, Francesca Washington explains why East Texas' finest are taking the plunge.

A mental health specialty court could be in operation by the end of the year in Nacogdoches County. It's a proactive move to supervise individuals charged with a misdemeanor and are suspected of having a mental illness. At 6, Donna McCollum explains the team effort in establishing the program.

An East Texas woman accidentally started a men's resale shop and has been surprised by the success of the business. At 6, Leigha Hughes learned the resale warehouse has styles for every kind of man at affordable prices.

Jeff Awtrey
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KTRE

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