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7 from 7: Stories for your Monday

Police are searching for Kimberli Tennison. (Source: Smith County) Police are searching for Kimberli Tennison. (Source: Smith County)
Good afternoon!

Here are some stories for you to peruse on this lovely East Texas day:

1. Authorities are looking for a Whitehouse woman who disappeared with her infant son after Child Protective Services was granted temporary custody of the child. Officials were concerned about drug use by Kimberli Tennison when they took the baby into custody.

2. On our new page, The Loop (found at theloop.kltv.com) we post content from around East Texas to give you the best local news about events, entertainment, arts, food, interesting people and anything else that's great about East Texas culture. Check out the East Texas wildflowers slideshow that we posted there earlier today and take a look around while you're there!

3. A Nacogdoches County Judge ruled on Monday morning that the 38-year-old woman who tried to drown her 6-year-old daughter in a creek following an accident in June 2013 was not guilty by reason of insanity. Shari Kamile Brandon pleaded not guilty to the first-degree felony charge of attempted capital murder.

4. Toyota Motor Company announced their North American headquarters will move to Plano, TX, near Dallas. Bloomberg reported Texas Gov. Rick Perry offered the company lower taxes and fewer regulations to encourage it to leave Torrance, CA.

5. A tornado formed in a town north of Jackson, MS, on Monday and moved quickly northeast through the state, one day after deadly storms killed 16 people in the midwest. More storms are predicted for the south.
Make sure to join Chief Meteorologist Mark Scirto for the latest weather updates tonight at 4, 5 and 6.

6.  The trial for an East Texas man accused of fatally shooting another man outside of a Tyler mall will begin on Tuesday morning.
The state is expected to present three days worth of evidence against 26-year-old Ricky Neal, Jr. of Tyler.

7. Microsoft has confirmed that a security issue with its web browser Internet Explorer makes it vulnerable to hackers. About 55 percent of the PC browser market could be affected, Forbes reports. Explorer versions 6 through 11 are vulnerable.

Here is the link to our livestream on KLTV.com so you can watch the news on your computer if you can't be near a tv today.

We'll see you soon!

Stephanie Frazier
KLTV Digital Content Producer

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