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Find out how to lower your diabetes risk at free UT Health Northeast seminar, Wednesday, Nov. 13

Find out how to lower your diabetes risk at free UT Health Northeast seminar, Wednesday, Nov. 13

Almost 24 million people in the United States have diabetes, and one in four of them doesn’t even know it. Yet diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, as well as a major cause of heart disease and stroke.
WOISD to honor Veterans before Friday night football game

WOISD to honor Veterans before Friday night football game

The White Oak Independent School District will be hosting a pre-game Veteran's tribute prior to the Roughnecks' game with Jefferson, Friday, November 8.
NAVY Vet, former 'Rette' named East Texas Silver Citizen Coalition King and Queen

NAVY Vet, former 'Rette' named East Texas Silver Citizen Coalition King and Queen

Elmer Everett Hill, right, and Jimmie "Lemerle" Modisette were crowned the 2013 East Texas Silver Citizen Coalition King and Queen Monday during a senior pageant at The Reserve at Towne Crossing.

VIDEO: Dad delivers!

It was an unexpected treat on Halloween.
TX teen arrested for bullying disabled student

TX teen arrested for bullying disabled student

A teenager was arrested Tuesday for bullying a developmentally disabled student who received threatening messages including one text that read "kill urself," according to North Texas police.

13-year-old ETX boy walks for first time to inspire his football team

A 13-year-old Pine Tree boy, bound to a wheelchair, did the unthinkable Tuesday night. He walked for the first time in front of his junior high school football team.
East Texan wins statewide hunting contest

East Texan wins statewide hunting contest

15 lucky sportsmen are making special plans for hunting season as winners of this year’s Big Time Texas Hunts.
REPORT: North Texas city council to vote on construction of famous Texas-based store

REPORT: North Texas city council to vote on construction of famous Texas-based store

According to Dallas media sources, Tuesday evening,  the Terrell City Council will vote on whether or not to construct a Buc-ees flagship store.
ETX officials report success at emergency preparedness exercise

ETX officials report success at emergency preparedness exercise

Tyler Emergency Management officials exercised the City’s Emergency Management Plan today to evaluate agency preparedness and interagency communications.
Tyler Children's Park to host 10th Annual 'Christmas in the Park'

Tyler Children's Park to host 10th Annual 'Christmas in the Park'

Bring your family and enjoy an enchanted evening of celebrating Christmas at 6:00 p.m., Friday, December 6th, during the 10th Annual Christmas in the Park at The Children’s Park, located on the corner of South Broadway and East Dobbs in T

Youngest TX JP candidate encourages youth to vote

A University of Texas at Tyler political science major is diving into the Smith County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 race.

VIDEO: Youngest TX JP candidate's campaign manager encourages youth to 'get out and vote'

A new face is jumping in the race for Smith County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3.
2 UT Health Northeast faculty members honored by long-distance learning consortium

2 UT Health Northeast faculty members honored by long-distance learning consortium

Two UT Health Northeast faculty members have been honored by the Northeast Texas Consortium of Colleges and Universities.
CUTE ALERT: Baby tears up when mom sings Rod Stewart love song

CUTE ALERT: Baby tears up when mom sings Rod Stewart love song

The tears streaming down the cheeks of a baby girl provide the perfect indication of how touched she was by her mom's singing in a video that went viral on YouTube Tuesday.
Governor Perry awards TX Legislative Medal of Honor to late WWII Soldier

Governor Perry awards TX Legislative Medal of Honor to late WWII Soldier

Governor Rick Perry today awarded the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor posthumously to Audie Murphy, (June 20, 1925 – May 28, 1971) the most highly decorated American soldier