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Recent articles by Carrie:

State announces COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan

Health care workers likely to provide direct care for COVID-19 patients and other vulnerable residents are recommended to be the first group to receive the vaccine. → Read More

State announces COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan

Health care workers likely to provide direct care for COVID-19 patients and other vulnerable residents are recommended to be the first group to receive the vaccine. → Read More

Reports: Matthew McConaughey walks back comments on run for governor

He said during the radio interview on The Hugh Hewitt Show, “I mean, that (a run for office) wouldn’t be up to me. It would be up to the people more than it would me.” → Read More

How to get the best Walmart Black Friday 2020 deals

Walmart’s “Black Friday Deals for Days” sale has been underway for weeks, but the retailer is about to kick it up a notch. → Read More

Driver accused of leaving scene after hitting pedestrian in Lufkin

A witness said the car, a silver Cadillac sedan, continued on and did not stop at the scene. → Read More

State extends emergency SNAP benefits through November

The emergency November allotments are in addition to the almost $1.5 billion in benefits previously provided to Texans between April and October. → Read More

SFA reaches settlement with students involved in false-report allegation

The case was tied to an alleged false police report against a fellow student on Sept. 14. → Read More

WATCH: Advice from East Texas Crisis Center director if you suspect domestic abuse

The East Texas Crisis Center is prepared to help with a shelter, and a hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for resources and advice. They also have a chat line available on their website. → Read More

TEA updates pandemic school funding formula

To be eligible for full funding, school districts must offer in-person instruction to families that desire it. → Read More

Latexo ISD closes high school campus until Monday

Superintendent Michael Woodard reports five confirmed COVID-19 cases in the last two days and six affected teachers that must be quarantined for two weeks. → Read More

Tyler County Sheriff’s Office: Ex-spouses' argument ends in fatal shooting

The Tyler County Sheriff’s Office reports finding a deceased man from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound and a woman with a gunshot wound to the hand and shoulder. → Read More

State clarifies governor’s order on nursing home visits

Gov. Abbott Thursday expanded visitation options for eligible nursing, assisted living, and intermediate care facilities, home and community-based service providers, and inpatient hospice, effective Thursday, Sept. 24. → Read More

Chick-fil-A testing new pimento cheese-topped sandwich

Chick-fil-A is menu-testing a new chicken sandwich in parts of North and South Carolina. → Read More

Man cleaning up hurricane debris in Newton County electrocuted

A man was killed by an electrical charge that traveled from an arc of an electrical line a few feet away. → Read More

Attorney pleads guilty to smuggling meth into Cass County jail

Bryan Lee Simmons entered the Cass County Jail under the guise of meeting with a client with methamphetamine hidden on his body. → Read More

Attorney pleads guilty to smuggling meth into Cass County jail

Bryan Lee Simmons entered the Cass County Jail under the guise of meeting with a client with methamphetamine hidden on his body. → Read More

Lufkin police release surveillance of fishing gear theft at Walmart

The video shows the suspect arriving in an older, white, police-style Tahoe in the Walmart parking lot. → Read More

Firefighters, trucks deployed from Texas to combat California wildfires

Approximately 190 firefighters, 50 fire trucks, and 10 command vehicles from 56 fire departments will be deployed to California. → Read More

National Finals Rodeo back in the Texas saddle

A Major Events Reimbursement Program fund of $7.1 million has been established, based on the projected economic impact resulting from increased tax revenue and spending associated with the event. → Read More

How to make a debt-free switch to cashless payments

More Americans are shifting to digital payments amid the pandemic. → Read More