Deborah Dobbs with the SPCA of East Texas stopped by KETK with Merick, an Australian Shepherd, mixed with some Terrier. He has the first set of puppy shots and they are crate and paper training the puppy.
Many students seek out temporary work in the Summer. Mechele Mills with the Better Business Bureau says this also makes them the prime targets for scam artists.
She stopped by KETK to share the most common job scams.
For one Mobberly Baptist Church member, a link to the guest speaker at this Sunday’s Patriotic Celebration at Mobberly goes well beyond a common military background and what seems like a cruel coincidence.
Jodi Conachen with Community Coffee stopped by KETK to chat with Bob and Jen.
The coffee company is helping our men and women serving in the military enjoy a cup of coffee, by doubling orders shipped to them.
Anne Payne, Director of Liberty Hall in Tyler, stopped by KETK to chat about what's coming to the entertainment venue in July.
The first event will be a celebration of America's Independence on July 3, 2014.
Bob and Jen chat with Tim Baldwin, the Editor of Rollercoaster Magazine.
Baldwin was joined by the dark defender, Batman, as he chatted about the 15 year anniversary of the Batman rollercoaster at Six Flags Over Texas.
Officials with the Humane Society of Northeast Texas say they have a record number of dogs and cats.
They received more than 100, seized, abandoned, surrendered, or stray animals this week, in just three days.