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Past articles by Brionna:

7 Investigates: Nursing home fined for deficiencies creating ‘immediate jeopardy’ for residents

Nelson and her family were at a crossroads this past spring, one that is familiar to many American families: How to care for an elderly, aging parent. → Read More

Sheriff’s Office: One person drowns in Panola County

The Panola County Sheriff’s Office confirms one person drowned Saturday evening at the swimming area at Lake Murvaul. → Read More

Hollywood icon Doris Day’s legacy lives on at East Texas equine center

A horse rescue and adoption center in Murchison was opened in Doris Day's name in 2011. → Read More

Family devastated after cemetery loses loved one’s body

The family of George Johnson said the Hamden Plains Cemetery relocated his body without notice. The body is now lost, according to the family. → Read More

Woman with criminal history accused of posing as nanny by using real nannies’ credentials

Authorities in the San Francisco Bay Area said a woman who posed as a nanny stole the identities of real caregivers. → Read More

Roadside workers urging drivers to slow down, pay attention during Work Zone Awareness Week

Each day there are nearly 70 fatal work zone related crashes in the state of Texas, that’s according to the Texas Department of Transportation’s study from 2018. Due to that danger, those that work on the side of busy roadways describe the job as challenging in more ways than one. → Read More

School Finance Bill makes its way to House floor

Public education reform was the main topic of discussion in Austin today as the house began voting on the school finance bill. The bill contains several ideas and is subject to more than 90 amendments, including some that would provide a pay raise for Texas teachers. → Read More

House Judiciary panel approves subpoenas for Mueller report

The committee voted 24-17 to give Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., permission to issue subpoenas to the Justice Department for the final report, its exhibits and any underlying evidence or materials prepared for Mueller's investigation. Nadler has not yet said if he'll send the subpoenas. → Read More

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered a plea deal in prostitution case

Prosecutors offered Kraft, along with others a plea deal, but they must concede they would've been found guilty. → Read More

FAA, DPS on the scene of plane crash in Harrison County

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office confirms that a plane has crashed in a wooded area in Hallsville. → Read More

East Texan photographs some of music’s biggest stars

When it comes to celebrities, photographer, Blair Caldwell, has worked with Normani from Fifth Harmony, Quincy Brown from Star, and Diggy Simmons. But, before making his move to Los Angeles, he was a student at Robert E. Lee High School. → Read More

Risky Manicures; the extra cost of a trip to the salon

A trip to the salon for a day of pampering is meant to do the body good, but when cosmetologist aren't following regulations, they could be putting your body at risk. → Read More

Mother breaks down as son receives 20-year sentence in connectio

The second of three suspects in a 2017 Smith County shooting has received 20 years in prison for his role in the incident. → Read More

App allows people with blindness to see through others' eyes

These days it seems like there's an app for just about everything, and some are making a difference in the lives of people in need daily. → Read More

East Texan's hobby reunites Robert E. Lee graduate with 1972 cla

One man's search for treasure, took another man decades back in time, and now the unlikely discovery has united two East Texas natives. Nick Sweet spends most of his time searching. → Read More

Family's 'epic' roadtrip to cover 48 states in 20 days

The Defreece Family is made up of father, J.R., mother, Jennifer, and their six kids. They call Palestine home, but their summer vacation will take them to 48 states in just 20 days. → Read More

White Oak marching band to perform in Washington D.C.'s July 4 p

Members of the White Oak High School marching band were chosen as one of the many high school marching bands to represent Texas in the National Independence Day Parade. → Read More

Fired East Texas deputy stands by actions after social media ran

An East Texas deputy has been fired after his rant went viral on social media. → Read More

ETX woman spearheading lawsuit against Pacific Union Railroad

After four feet of water rushed into her Palestine home, a woman is taking legal action in hopes that it never happens to her or anyone else again. → Read More

Tyler police say additional charges expected for ETX nurse charg

William George Davis of Hallsville, was arrested in Tyler on April 10, accused of injecting air into the IV lines of at least seven patients at a Tyler heart hospital. Two of those patients died. → Read More