Plaintiffs Robbie Parker, left, and Nicole Hockley hug following the reading of the jury awards for damages in the Alex Jones defamation trial at Superior Court, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022, in Waterbury, Conn. A six-person jury reached a verdict Wednesday, saying that Jones should pay $965 million to 15 plaintiffs who suffered from his lies about the Sandy Hook school massacre. Jones and his company were found liable for damages last year. (Brian A. Pounds/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP, Pool)
Lufkin High School senior and top 20 graduate Elizabeth Jones, right, embraces Veronica Morris, her sixth-grade language arts teacher, following a speech on why Morris is her Educator of Influence.
Five-year-old Joseph Cox, center, wrestles out of the grip of his mother, Dana Cox, right, and Christeen Calhoun as they try to steal his candy during the Wells Homecoming Parade Saturday afternoon in Wells.
Child Protective Services staff, sporting the color blue in support of abused and neglected children, pose for a photo following a Child Abuse Prevention Month kick-off event Tuesday.
Hilton Henson raises a flag in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month as attendees holding blue balloons look on during a kick-off event Tuesday morning in front of the Angelina County Courthouse.
Hope Allen, front, embraces her former caseworker Breann Hollis after speaking on her experience in the foster care system during a Child Abuse Prevention Month kick-off event Tuesday morning in front of the Angelina County Courthouse.
Attendees holding blue balloons in honor of abused and neglected children join together in prayer during a Child Abuse Prevention Month kick-off event Tuesday morning in front of the Angelina County Courthouse.
The Angelina College AC Singers, wearing sunglasses and coat jackets, perform on stage during a dress rehearsal for their Extravaganza, their biggest show of the year, Thursday at the Temple Theater. The show opens at 7:30 tonight at Temple Theater on the Angelina College campus. Visit lufki…
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