DOUGHNUT SHOP ROBBERY
The robberies took place at 508 Front Street and215 North Beckham.
The suspect was seen driving a Kia with a Monster drink emblem on the back.
MLK DAY PARADES
MLK organizers in Austin scheduled a program at King's statue on the University of Texas campus, to be followed by a march to the Texas Capitol.
Participants were also encouraged to donate items to a food bank.
Thousands are expected to take part in an MLK march in San Antonio.
Two parades in Houston will honor King's legacy.
NFL Hall of Famer Earl Campbell will serve as celebrity grand marshal for an MLK parade and festival in Dallas.
Fort Worth is also holding an MLK holiday parade and rally.
And, of course, our own MLK Parade was held here in Tyler this morning.
DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART OPENS PROGRAM
With the new program, dubbed "DMA Friends & Partners," members will get a card to track their participation.
They'll then earn credits to convert to rewards including access to special programs.
The museum, which had a free general admissions policy up until 2001, will still charge for special exhibitions and some events.
Museum officials say the return to free admission is made possible by generous donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
You can find out more online at www.dma.org
U.S. RESIDENTS WERE KILLED IN ALGERIAN STANDOFF
bringing the final U.S. death toll to three, an Obama administration official said Monday.
Seven Americans made it out safely.
The deceased Americans were identified as Victor Lynn Lovelady and Gordon Lee Rowan.
The official had no details on how the Americans died, and their hometowns were not released.
The FBI has recovered the bodies of and notified the families.
One American death was confirmed Friday, that of Texas resident Frederick Buttaccio.
And five Americans had been taken out of the country before Saturday's final assault by Algerian forces against the militants.
The U.S. official said two further Americans survived the four-day crisis at an insecure oil rig at the facility.
They were flown out to London on Saturday.
He said the former driver was from Niger.
He said the terror cell also included two Canadians, but did not say whether the Canadians were among the 29 militants killed by Algerian forces who raided the vast complex, or the three who were captured alive.
At least 38 hostages died in the attack — all but one of them foreigners.
Algerian authorities say five more remain unaccounted for.
The prime minister says the hostage-takers knew the layout of the site by heart.
OBAMA TAKES SECOND OATH
The president, surrounded by family in the ornate White House Blue Room, was administered the oath by Chief Justice John Roberts.
With Obama's hand resting on a Bible used for years by Michelle Obama's family,
the president vowed "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States," echoing the same words spoken by the 43 men who held the office before him.
The president said the oath just minutes before noon on January 20, the time at which the Constitution says new presidential terms begin.
There was little pomp and circumstance Sunday — Obama walked into the room flanked by his family and exited almost immediately after finishing the oath.
He will have repeated the swearing-in ritual again this morning in a more public ceremony on the west front of the Capitol in view of a crowd of up to eight hundred thousand people by the time you are able to view this video.
TYLERITE WILL BE AT OATH
Parker, a Sam Houston State University student, will be attending the inauguration with a group of political science students from the university in Huntsville.
He is a 2012 graduate of Whitehouse High School, where he was a national qualifier on the debate team and served as drum major in the high school band.
At Sam Houston State, he has been involved in the Political Science Junior Fellows and is a member of the University's first Pre-Law Cohort.
You can follow Parker's journeys on his blog at www.PoliticalScienceJuniorFellows.wordpress.com.