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Thursday Throwdown: Forecasters predict lull in violent weather

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Good Afternoon East Texas!

Although the weather has shown no mercy this tornado season, forecasters say the central United States should see a relative lull in the violent weather. Find out how much of a break we can expect at 5.

Five adults were arrested and three children were taken into protective custody as Tyler Police executed two separate drug-related warrants this morning. At 5 and 6, we'll tell you more information and where it happened.

An East Texas church is collecting items for victims of the Joplin, MO tornadoes. How you can help tonight at 5.

The man accused of firing at two repo men on Tuesday evening was released from jail less than 24 hours after being arrested. His release has one woman wondering whether the law should be changed. At 6, we'll show you more.

A restaurant in Gladewater was temporarily shut down after employees smelled gas once they arrived to work. Find out more at 6.

Investigators are taking another look at the case where a 16-year-old shot himself, because the medical examiner's report says it was atypical of a self-inflicted injury. At 6, find out what the boy's father had to say.

Also at 6, we have an update for you about the Wood County man arrested after investigators found his home full of snakes.

You can see all of these stories and much more only from Your East Texas News Leader!

Have a great Thursday evening,

Ronnie Mason
Producer of New Media Content

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