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VIDEO: TX police officer's random act of kindness caught on camera

Someone caught a Texas police officer in the act, taking a photo while the officer was offering help to a homeless man in Odessa.

VIDEO: Rosenberg PD dashcam video spreading across social media

It's not the type of video you typically see on the news from a police dashboard camera. And now it's spreading across social media.
Tyler elementary celebrates employee's 80th birthday

Tyler elementary celebrates employee's 80th birthday

Every day Bobbie Clifton brings smiles and hugs to the faces of students at Owens Elementary School. Today, Owens staff and administrators brought a smile to Mrs.

Smith Co. Habitat for Humanity picked for Repair Corps program

Smith County Habitat for Humanity has been selected to participate in Habitat for Humanity International’s Repair Corps program, an initiative funded by The Home Depot Foundation to help repair, renovate or construct the homes of U.S.
Walmart Neighborhood Market to hire 95 in Tyler

Walmart Neighborhood Market to hire 95 in Tyler

Walmart will hire up to 95 associates to work at the new Walmart Neighborhood Market slated to open this spring in Tyler in the Southpark Shopping Center. A temporary hiring center has opened at 1828 East Southeast Loop 323, Suite LL-12.
Elton John to perform in Bossier City

Elton John to perform in Bossier City

One of the greatest musical acts in the past 50 years is coming to Bossier City. Elton John will play at the CenturyLink Center on Saturday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Tyler Public Library approves renovations

Wednesday, in their regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council approved a contract with Fitzpatrick Architects, Inc. in the amount of $43,023 to prepare plans and specifications for renovations at the Tyler Public Library.

KETK welcomes back meteorologist, Dr. Robert Thornton

Well, East Texas, the best weather team in the area just got better as we welcome back a familiar KETK face, meteorologist Dr. Robert Thornton.
TxDOT, federal government launching study on DFW to Houston high-speed rail line

TxDOT, federal government launching study on DFW to Houston high-speed rail line

According to the Texas Tribune, United States Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has confirmed the government will tam up with TxDOT and Texas Central High-Speed Railway to perform a study on a Dallas-Fort Worth to Houston high-speed rail

VIDEO: President, Mrs. Bush to celebrate 69th wedding anniversary

President George H.W. Bush wife, Barbara, are celebrating their 69th wedding anniversary Monday. They were married on this day in 1945, while he was home on leave from the Navy during World War II.

VIDEO: KETK named 'Best Local News Source' in East Texas

At Thursday night's BSCENE Magazine cover unveil of their January issue, KETK was named the "Best Local News Source" in East Texas.

Three-year-old Texas boy receives bronze star for heroic act

A Houston boy fighting for his own life is helping other children and his actions have earned him recognition as a real-life hero. Bennett Nester is just three years old. Like most little boys, he loves his trains and his mom.
Rediscovering love: My 6-year-old and her quadriplegic dad

Rediscovering love: My 6-year-old and her quadriplegic dad

Let me tell you about the amazing kid who lives in our house. She's 6 and she is the most hysterical, sarcastic, intelligent, funny, sweet, naïve, confident, strong, independent, considerate person I have ever met.

VIDEO: Down Syndrome man has wish fulfilled as he receives over 1,800 Christmas cards

In upstate New York, a man with down syndrome received a tidal wave of kindness when his mother reached out to social media to make a wish come true.

VIDEO: Soldier's family Christmas, faith restored after thieves steal presents

Thieves ruined a United States Soldier's Christmas surprise. They swiped all of the gifts intended for his family. But, strangers have stepped in to save their holiday.