Good afternoon! We hope your week is off to a great start.
Here are some stories for you to dip into on this lovely Monday:
1. Are you celebrating baseball opening day today? Well, here is a a slideshow that may interest you, especially if you happen to be hungry right now: it's the new food that the Texas Rangers are unveiling this season! It includes "The Choomongous" sandwich (it's two feet long!) and frozen beer, among other must-see items. Which one will be your favorite?
2. An Angelina County judge ordered the two-month-old baby girl who suffered a severe head injury on March 25 be placed in the custody of friends of the child's family Monday morning. The Hudson Police Department is still investigating the circumstances surrounding the baby's severe head injury.
4. April 15, the deadline for filing 2013 federal income tax returns, is just around the corner. For Texans trying to wade through their federal income tax returns, it can often be a challenge. Fortunately, the IRS and the Texas Workforce Commission stand ready to assist taxpayers with information on preparation services...some folks may qualify for free tax filing services.
6. The Kilgore Police Department is looking for the woman pictured in the above photos. Police say she has used the name "Donna" and she is suspected of committing credit card abuse. Call Detective Tim Dukes with any info at 903-983-1559.
7. The Harrison County Sheriff's Office announced Monday that they are looking for 16-year-old Destiny Battensby. She is a runaway from the Longview area. Battensby's mother told police the teen was last seen wearing a red hoodie-style jacket, blue jeans and a tank top with red and white stripes. Anyone with information regarding Battensby's whereabouts is asked to contact the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-923-4000.
Saturday, July 26 2014 2:09 PM EDT2014-07-26 18:09:07 GMT
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