The federal budget sequester has had minimal effects so far, but one that was potentially serious involved cuts to the Federal Aviation Administration.
For aviation in Tyler, the news on federal budget cuts wasn’t good.
Drought conditions have crept back into East Texas. The most recent Drought Monitor, released today (3/28), says that all of East Texas is "dry", parts of East Texas have moved into "moderate" drought, and parts of the
A new bill being discussed in our state's senate would no longer recognize concealed handgun licenses from other states.
This legislation is proposed by Democratic state senator Juan Hinojosa of McAllen Texas, District 20.
A new study reports hospital deaths went down slightly over the past 10 years, while deaths at home slightly grew.
The CDC believes the numbers could be the result of more people choosing hospice care.
Hallsville ISD trustees voted Monday to demolish the Old Galilee School.
The school has been vacant since the new East Elementary School opened in 2000, said Carol Greer, public information officer for the district.
When he was twenty-one years old, Robert Bates was killed in action aboard the U.S.S. Arizona during the Pearl Harbor attack.
His body still remains sealed within the ship below the ocean floor.
But not his memory.