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Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:06am

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Roping tournament to remember Troup teen

There was a roping tournament in Henderson Saturday to remember a Troup teen who passed away back in 2010. The roping tournament was in memory of Caleb Turner.
Summer-Like WX returns, then a blast of fall next weekend

Summer-Like WX returns, then a blast of fall next weekend

We have big changes coming to our area by late this week!
Saturday morning head-on collision kills one, injures two others

Saturday morning head-on collision kills one, injures two others

One person was killed, two others injured earlier Saturday morning, following a head on crash near Hawkins. The accident happened 6 miles south of Hawkins on FM 14 just before 6:30 a.m. 
Saving Grace: find a cure for cystic fibrosis

Saving Grace: find a cure for cystic fibrosis

Grace Knight is a 16-year-old track-runner from T.K. Gorman High School. While she is a stellar athlete and great friend, she battles a life-threatening genetic disease: Cystic Fibrosis. 

Coach Ricklan Holmes talks after JT beats Whitehouse

John Tyler's head coach Ricklan Holmes talked with KETK after JT's 52-17 win against the Whitehouse Wildcats. Click the video above to watch that interview.
Downtown Tyler finalist for TDA Awards

Downtown Tyler finalist for TDA Awards

The Presidents Award Program recognizes projects, events and people that make a difference in Texas downtowns.The Fair Plaza Garage, Tyler's African American Heritage Trail, and Regions Bank have all been named finalists for the award.

One stop to coffee and Jesus

A new shop is brewing in Tyler. If you love Jesus and coffee, you will want to visit The Foundry Coffee House. They open on Monday, September 29th. A local roaster supplies the beans for the new coffee house. They will also serve pastries.

Great Strides Walk taking place in Tyler

The Great Strides CF Walk is a fundraiser for cystic fibrosis and it's taking place right here in Tyler. Participants will walk stride in stride with one another to raise money for drug research.

Whitehouse High School is boosting the spirit

On Friday afternoon, Whitehouse High School was full of spirit and excitement. Cheerleading captain, Mallory Hancock, said that is typical for her school.
73-year-old ETX man missing, authorities asking for help in locating him

73-year-old ETX man missing, authorities asking for help in locating him

Nacogdoches County Sheriff Office still searching for man who went missing Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014.
Lindale ISD approves Campus Resource Contract with Smith Co. Fire Marshal's Office

Lindale ISD approves Campus Resource Contract with Smith Co. Fire Marshal's Office

The Lindale ISD school board voted last night to approve the $193,464.00 contract with the Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office to carry the commissions of three school resource officers.
TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement September 26, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement September 26, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Friday, September 26, 2014: 7:00 am to 8:00 am 2700 SSE Loop 323. 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm 3200 Old Jacksonville Hwy. 

Alpacas Farm Days is coming to East Texas

Here in Texas, we're known for our cattle. It's hard to drive down any county road and not see a herd or two, but one type of livestock, not so common to these parts, will steal the spotlight this weekend.

Tyler's newest shopping center ready for business

Tyler's newest shopping center, "The Village at Cumberland Park," is making progress. Some of the stores are even open for business. Stores like TJ Maxx, Petco and Joann are opening in Tyler within the next month.

Local bands hitting high notes at competitions

John Tyler and Robert E. Lee high school orchestras are coming into the new school year loud and clear. With successful spring seasons, they're back again to win this spring.