Local High School Players Show They are True Stars

There's a lot new activity around the case of a woman who was gunned down in a Tyler park while she was there with her young son.  Community leaders met tonight with Tyler residents to try to find a way to stop the violence claiming lives.  We were at that meeting and will have a new report for you at 10.  We'll also have the latest on the investigation into who is responsible for Briana Young's death.

You have a brand new chance to help local law enforcement officials take some wanted fugitives off the streets.  Tonight at 10, we'll have a new edition of Crimefighters.  Watch to see if you have any information that can help close some cases and to see who's going up on the busted board.

Tonight at 10, we have a new report that will bring a smile to your face that may stay there for days to come.  Some Jacksonville High School football players heard about a young boy with Spina Bifida who loves football.  After a day of grueling practices to get ready for the first game of the season, some of those players paid a visit to 10 year-old Hunter Johnson.  Wait until you see the smile they put on Hunter's face and what they gave him.  It's truly beautiful to see.