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Solar eclipse: East Texans in for an early treat tonight

Solar eclipse: East Texans in for an early treat tonight

A partial solar eclipse will be viewable in East Texas this afternoon making for an early October treat before Halloween!
Worker sprayed with hot gas at East Texas well site

Worker sprayed with hot gas at East Texas well site

A man was flown to a Tyler hospital following an East Texas drilling well site accident Thursday morning.
ETX investigator arrested for tampering with evidence

ETX investigator arrested for tampering with evidence

An East Texas investigator is behind bars after officials arrested him for tampering with evidence in case.
Cash, drugs found during Anderson Co. traffic stop

Cash, drugs found during Anderson Co. traffic stop

Two people were taken into custody by Palestine police officers after they were allegedly caught with drugs and cash during a traffic stop.

Court rules judge in Adrian Peterson case will not step down

A legal snag in the child abuse case of Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson has been resolved.
ETX man wanted for child porn possession caught in San Antonio

ETX man wanted for child porn possession caught in San Antonio

An East Texas man who was wanted for child pornography has been arrested in San Antonio.

Cool weather changes bring fall allergies to East Texas

Mother Nature has been going back and forth with the temperature. Most of us are ready to bring on the colder temperatures, however, the change in seasons does bring some unwanted feelings. Red, watery, eyes. Itchy throats. Chronic colds.

Smith County fire marshal increasing inspection fees

Starting Nov. 1, the Smith County Fire Marshals office will increase their inspection fees. When the Smith County Commissioners put these fees in place it was almost 30 years ago. Obviously, since then, a lot has changed.
E. Texas woman arrested for alleged cattle rustling

E. Texas woman arrested for alleged cattle rustling

A Panola County woman was taken into custody Friday following her alleged theft of a cow from a neighboring rancher.
Gilmer woman sentenced to 120 days for intoxication manslaughter

Gilmer woman sentenced to 120 days for intoxication manslaughter

A Gilmer woman was sentenced to 120 days in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to intoxication manslaughter.

City of Tyler receives grant to house veterans

The city of Tyler puts a lot of focus onto helping those who have served our country.

Building memories across America

Ann Laberge and Jonathan Hodgkin aren't you're typical retired couple.
Woman calls 911, threatens to blow up ETX jail

Woman calls 911, threatens to blow up ETX jail

A Trinity County woman is behind bars after she allegedly threatened to blow up the local jail.

Prepare for auto insurance rate increases

Monthly bills are a constant presence in the lives of Americans. Budgeting for housing, auto, and life insurance alone, is a challenge. However, now, car insurance customers beware: rate increases are headed your way.

Local service helping make Halloween safe for seniors

If you're worried about grandma or grandpa passing out candy to strangers this Halloween, Visiting Angels, a home care service for seniors, is providing Halloween helpers, so everyone can safely enjoy the candy and costumes.