Drunk, and driving, but not drunk driving?

A Lufkin hospice worker is accused of being drunk behind the wheel while answering a death call. But she won't be charged with DWI. How does this happen and what does the grieving family have to say about it? Erika Bazaldua has the story at 6.

Also at 6, Caleb Beames gets reaction from one Lufkin immigration lawyer after a federal judge blocked a plan to give legal status to 5 million undocumented immigrants.

And at 10, Blair Ledet reports from Nacogdoches, where the city council is working to adopt a new invocation policy, after an atheist asked them to change the policy.

Jeff Awtrey
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