Cinnamon Cornell, KSLA News 12

Cinnamon Cornell

KSLA News 12

Lake Charles, LA, United States

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Past articles by Cinnamon:

Arrests made in connection with missing DeRidder man Jimmie Box

The search missing DeRidder man Jimmie Box is continuing at the Louisiana-Texas state line. A person of interest has been taken into custody in Corpus Christi by the Texas Rangers and the U.S. Marshal’s Service in connection with the 26-year-old’s disappearance. → Read More

NET RMA addresses 3-vehicle collision on Toll 49

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - On Tuesday, the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority addressed some concerns after a recent crash on Toll 49 left three people hospitalized. The wreck occurred between Highway 110 and Highway 64 on Monday. Texas Department of Public Safety troopers said it appears as though a driver of a Honda CR-V crossed into oncoming traffic and hit a truck towing a semi-trailer.… → Read More

East Texans to wear maroon on Monday to show support to Athens ISD

East Texans to wear maroon on Monday to show support to Athens ISD → Read More

East Texan speaks about sister after CA wildfire destroys home

East Texan is impacted by California wildfires. → Read More

Law enforcement says new app raises red flags for parents

A new social media app popular among teens and preteens called Mappen, is raising red flags with law enforcement. → Read More

Frankston police release name of 90-year-old woman killed in 18-

The Frankston Police Department has released the name of the 90-year-old woman who was struck and killed by a runaway 18-wheeler as she crossed U.S. Highway 175 Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Voices of East Texas hold forum on prostitution in East Texas

The Voices of East Texas hosted a community forum where law enforcement, community members, and local college students gathered to discus the reality of prostitution in East Texas. → Read More

Rusk boy loses battle with cancer, complete stranger offers to p

A 10-year-old Rusk boy whose love of superheroes prompted a visit by Superman and Spider-Man that was captured in a Facebook Live video lost his battle with cancer Thursday night. → Read More

East Texans help children at U.S.- Mexico border with donations

East Texans Dalila Reynoso and Mary Lou Tevebaugh worked together to collect donations for people seeking asylum at the U.S.- Mexico border. → Read More

Texas, 6 other states call for the end of DACA program

Texas is suing to block the federal government from issuing any more DACA permits. → Read More

Sheriff Larry Smith recalls experience at 1993 Waco Siege

Today marks twenty-five years since the beginning of a standoff between David Koresh's Branch Davidians and law enforcement near Waco. → Read More

Lufkin High School Student who allegedly put cord near teachers

Lufkin High School student arrested for allegedly putting cord near teacher's neck begins trial Wednesday morning. → Read More

Tyler Police Department welcomes new officers

The Tyler Police Department welcomes five new police officers to the team. → Read More

Fourteen-year-old girl raises over $40,000 for Salvation Army

Tyler resident Caroline Wells is being recognized as one of two Texas Top Youth Volunteers of 2018 in The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. → Read More

Pediatrician explains how to flu proof your home

According to the CDC, 39 states are still reporting high flu activity including here in Texas, so East Texans are looking for a way to fight the dreaded virus in their homes. → Read More

Dog that walked 20 miles to find her owners gets new home in Eas

When a dog's owner moved away and couldn't keep her, she walked 20 miles away to find them-twice. . → Read More

Fruitvale church vandalized, leaving members heartbroken

Despite the heartbreak, Morgan said his congregation isn't angry and they remain hopeful. → Read More

Military mom surprises her kids for the holidays

Private First Class, Stormie Martin, has been away for almost a year serving in the U.S. army. But she was able to come home and surprise her four young boys. → Read More

Kilgore High School student to play at Carnegie Hall

When Lorri Stone's son, Jacob, brought home a double base in the sixth grade she didn't know what to expect. But one things for sure, she was surprised at what she heard. → Read More

Homes for the Holidays: Sarah and Lola

Sarah Hollis was looking to adopt a dog for about four months before she moved back to her hometown of Tyler. → Read More