A former dialysis nurse who killed patients by injecting them with bleach now has a second chance at a new trial after the Texas Court of Appeals sent her case down for review on a technicality. Tonight at 6, Caleb Beames explains what the technicality means and what it could mean for you, the taxpayer.
And two then-teenagers who are serving life sentences for a murder-for-hire plot are also going back to court, for what could possibly be a reduced sentence. Maleeha Kamal explains why at 6.
Have you ever tried to learn the bridge card game? Does it look too tough? Well, one Lufkin woman has mastered the game and now she gets to go on cruises to teach it. Blair Ledet tells her story at 6.
A 25-year-old Lufkin man died in a construction accident in Broaddus last week after a steel I-beam he had been working on fell on him.More >>
If you've been to an Astros game, you've probably seen the Shooting Stars dance team dancing on the dugout or throwing out souvenirs.More >>
An Angelina County deer lease manager has had multiple hunters leave her lease due to stray bullets, flying through from, what she said, is a neighboring property.More >>
After months of planning, the City of Grapeland is getting ready for a groundbreaking ceremony to welcome a Dallas- based company building a facility on a 225 acre property. Mayor Balis Dailey said this is exciting news because it will bring more jobs to town.More >>
During the holidays, providers for domestic abuse victims expect their caseloads to increase. In the last quarter of this year, the Family Crisis Center of East Texas has 523 cases before counselors.More >>