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1 dead in early morning ETX night club shooting

1 dead in early morning ETX night club shooting

The Tyler Police Department is seeking information on a shooting that resulted in the death of a Tyler man early Sunday morning. Around 3:00 a.m., officers were dispatched to The Wild Bunch Club located at 1714 North Palace Avenue in reference to

Best plays of the 2014 high school football season

It's been a season full of great moments on the field. Every Friday Football Fever gave us incredible moments, and we've put together the best ones. Click above to check out this years best plays.
Salvation Army distributes thousands of presents to families

Salvation Army distributes thousands of presents to families

This weekend the Salvation Army celebrates a very merry Christmas. After nearly two months of collecting toys for children on their angel tree, the organization is handing out presents to the deserving families. 
One person killed in overnight head-on collision in Smith County

One person killed in overnight head-on collision in Smith County

A Palestine man was killed late Friday night in a head-on collision in Smith County. The collision happened around 11:30 p.m. near FM 2661 in Flint.
Three people, including 2-year old, in critical condition following wreck

Three people, including 2-year old, in critical condition following wreck

Smith County emergency crews are on the scene of a reported traffic accident in Tyler. The accident happened around 11:30 Saturday afternoon on Loop 49, one mile north of Highway 64.

Jingle Bell Run supports the 'Leukemia Warrior'

 On Friday afternoon at Bell Elementary in Tyler, the halls filled with students making their way from room, in what has been dubbed the jingle bell run for the past six years.

To all environmentalist....gas is good!

This excerpt is from "the Californian." They picked it up from the Associated Press. Man, this must have been hard from them to write.

Tyler Art Museum features Civil War exhibit

 The exhibit begins with local Civil War history. Clair Robertson, a guest curator, said, "we decided to start with Tyler's story so that we can this sense of community and a relationship with our viewers."

East Texas library could be closing for good

The Lindale library has been offering its services since the early 1900s.
Sheriff: ETX teen attacks grandfather with bat, deputy with fists

Sheriff: ETX teen attacks grandfather with bat, deputy with fists

A Nacogdoches County teenager was taken into custody Thursday evening after he allegedly attacked his grandfather with a bat and then assaulted a responding deputy.
Texas Game Warden Notes: 'I’m Sure Glad to See You'

Texas Game Warden Notes: 'I’m Sure Glad to See You'

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.

Longview reacts to possibilty Glass Dragon could reopen

The Glass Dragon reopening its doors may just happen.
1 arrested in Nacogdoches cocaine bust

1 arrested in Nacogdoches cocaine bust

Deputies arrested a Nacogdoches man Thursday afternoon following the discovery of cocaine in his apartment.

Heart attacks happen more on Christmas day than any other

Tis the season to be jolly, right? Or is it decks the halls with hospital bills? "It's a day that as a cardiologist I am weary about when I'm on call," said Dr. Ray Kumar, cardiologist at Trinity Clinic Cardiology.

'Tis the season for holiday fires

'Tis the season for holiday ham, Christmas baking and if you're not careful, holiday fires.