Winter isn't expected to arrive until a few more weeks, but thanks to the nationwide record setting cold front that moved through East Texas last Thursday night, many local Christmas parades have been rescheduled because of the extreme cold weather that moved into East Texas.
Families all over the world have Christmas traditions that they look forward to each year - whether it be gift exchanging, decorating the Christmas tree, caroling or anything else, it wouldn't be Christmas without it.
More than 62 years ago one of the most beloved shows debuted on television -- "I Love Lucy." To this day, Lucille Ball is one of my heroes! Get ready Lucy fans, because the fun and wacky Ricardos and the whole Lucy gang are getting a fresh look in time for the holidays.
Surprising as it sounds -- this is so cute. Keep in mind that everyone ends up OK, but this 5-year-old takes over the 9-1-1 call when her dad is unable to speak. She maintains her composure, and has an interesting interaction with the dispatcher.
During the holidays, many of our military have to spend it without their families. Well the students at Longview's J.L Everhart school decided to make Christmas cards for those who will not be home for Christmas.
It's 2013 and it's an understatement to say that there are a lot of Christmas movies out there in the world. One of the tough parts about Christmastime is that there isn't enough time to watch all of your favorites - but ABC Family has made it a lot easier to see at least some of them!
One of Thanksgiving traditions for a lot of families, including mine, is tuning in and watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. Well it may be a no-go for the balloons this year, because of weather and tremendously high winds.
If you have children, than you have some "unique" challenges. Trying to leave the house with small children for instance. Watch the video below of Comedian Michael McIntyre explaining some of those challenges, and it's funny stuff!
Don't miss this timeless classic from Harper Lee, "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the Jean Browne Theatre on the Tyler Junior College campus. The play runs from Nov. 20-24. The novel won many literary awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1961.
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