Man dies in accident
A single-vehicle accident has claimed the life of a man from Vivian, Louisiana.
Police departments get equipment funding
Arkansas funded grants totaling more than $7 million dollars were awarded today to 113 local and state law enforcement agencies and correctional or detention facilities.
Hope campuses offer flu shots
The Bobcat Clinic will offer FREE flu shots to students on Hope campuses beginning December 5th.
Hope police post arrests
The Hope Police Department has posted their recent arrests.
Chamber holding toy drive
The Chamber of Commerce is having their annual toy drive.
TxDOT to host virtual workshops
TxDOT is hosting a series of virtual workshops to learn more about the service needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Latest National News Headlines
Former FBI agent discusses Idaho college student murders case
Police said Thursday that a sixth person was on the lease of the home where four University of Idaho students were fatally stabbed last month, but they do not believe that person was present during the slayings. George Piro, former assistant director of the FBI International Operations Division, discussed the latest developments in the case.
Early voting ends in Georgia's Senate runoff
Georgia election officials are reporting heavy turnout in the state on the last day of early voting ahead of Tuesday's Senate runoff election. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joined Catherine Herridge to discuss.
November jobs report shows resilient market
The November jobs report released by the Labor Department Friday showed that 263,000 new jobs were added last month, and the unemployment rate remains at 3.7%. The strong labor market comes amid a flurry of recent interest rate hikes. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger discussed the impact of the latest numbers, and provided some tips on avoiding financial missteps heading into 2023.
Michigan and Georgia secretaries of state on "The Takeout" — 12/2/2022
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger join Major Garrett on "The Takeout" to discuss the 2020 and 2022 elections. Raffensperger says "serious times require serious candidates." Benson says she still faces threats over the 2020 election.
Former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone on "The Takeout" — 10/28/2022
Former Washington, D.C., police officer Michael Fanone joins Major Garrett on the 300th episode of "The Takeout." Fanone recounts how he was "frantically searching for ways to survive" when he was attacked at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Fanone says he voted for Donald Trump in 2016 but now believes he "doesn't represent any of us, he only represents his own self interest." Fanone also discusses his relationship with lawmakers, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on "The Takeout" — 11/11/2022
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper joins Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The Takeout" to recap the 2022 midterm election results and to discuss how Democrats managed to prevent a "red wave" at the polls.
Democratic pollster John Anzalone on "The Takeout" — 11/18/2022
Democratic pollster John Anzalone joins Major Garrett on "The Takeout." Anzalone and Garrett discuss the 2022 midterms and the issues facing the Democratic party in Florida. Anzalone says "Biden was right" regarding the 2022 midterms and that voters spoke up on critical race theory, and says the polls showed more people voted against candidates than for candidates.
"CBS Mornings" co-host Nate Burleson on "The Takeout" — 11/25/2022
"CBS Mornings" co-host Nate Burleson joins Major Garrett for a special Thanksgiving edition of "The Takeout," discussing his transition from the gridiron to hosting multiple shows and the current state of the NFL.
Latest Country Music News
Dolly Parton Felt She Was ‘Betraying Somebody Else’ With Rock Hall Nomination
Country icon talks rock future, Willie Nelson, and the enduring legacy of '9 to 5' on 'Proud Radio with Hunter Kelly'
Morgan Wallen Will Take 2023 ‘One Night at a Time’ on a Massive World Tour
Wallen also plans to drop three new singles — "One Thing At A Time," "Tennessee Fan," and "Days That End In Why" — on Friday
Crisis of Faith: New Johnny Cash Movie Doesn’t Know If It’s a Documentary or a Sermon
Based on a book by a megachurch pastor, Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon distills the singer's complex life into a moralizing lesson in Christian salvation
Meet the Texas Weirdo Mixing Kraftwerk with Doug Sahm to Create ‘Kraut-Country’
Garrett T. Capps and his band NASA Country blend synth and twangy guitar with lyrics about outer space and social unrest on their latest album, People Are Beautiful
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