(Seguin) -- Seguin Radio KWED and the Seguin Daily News do not want you to miss any of your holiday favorites this Christmas season. Local families are encouraged to check out this year's Holiday TV Guide found inside of Friday's Seguin Daily News.
The 12-page guide is filled with scheduled TV programming from now through Monday, Jan. 1. The commemorative guide is special to the local TV audience and even includes a featured story on a Christmas classic which will be reimagined through Fox's musical "A Christmas Story Live! airing on Sunday, Dec. 17. The show is based on the perennial holiday favorite and includes a new musical mixture.
The Seguin Daily News thanks those who have helped to provide this guide as a gift to the community. Several business sponsors are also featured among the pages which also includes a full filled activity page.
Again, be sure to pick up your Holiday TV Guide available exclusively in Friday's weekend edition of the Seguin Daily News.
The SDN is available at over various locations including Seguin Walmart and HEB.
A young mom calls 911 claiming she cut her own throat in front of her estranged husband and her child-- doctors say there’s no way she did it to herself. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
Tiffany Mead thought she was safe after her estranged husband, Kristopher Ertmann, was arrested for slashing her throat. But investigators discovered Ertmann was trying to hire a hit man to finish the job. To make a case they needed proof, so they sent in an undercover cop posing as a hit man.
In the early hours of July 24, 2013, Davis County Sheriff’s Det. Bob Thompson sat down with Kristopher Ertmann to ask him about how his soon-to-be ex-wife, Tiffany Mead, was cut deep across her neck the night before. Though Tiffany had called 911 saying she had done it to herself, investigators had their doubts.