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Holiday crime showing up on schedule

Unfortunately, it's pretty normal for there to be more car burglaries as the holiday season kicks into gear and the Smith County sheriff's office says this holiday season is shaping up to be no different.  In fact, they're investigating 5 car burglaries that took place during one 48 hour period in the same neighborhood. Kim Leoffler has a new report on what can now be done to prevent any more.

Tonight at 10, Delaney Brey has a treat for you.  She's going to make sure you know about the 4 collegiate athletes who are making their East Texas hometowns proud by making the cut as semi-finalists for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose award.

Chief Meteorologist Mark Scirto is tracking the possibility of the sun making an appearance, soon.  Tonight at 10, he'll let you know what to expect from the weather where you live.

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