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City of Tyler annual Fall Family Fun Festival to be held Ocotber 23

City of Tyler annual Fall Family Fun Festival to be held Ocotber 23

The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department will hold the 14th Annual Fall Family Fun Festival on Thursday, October 23 from 4 to 7:00 p.m., at the Glass Recreation Center located at 501 West 32nd Street.
ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

ETX junior high football player who collapsed at practice returns to school

An East Texas eighth grader is returning to school after he collapsed at his junior high football practice.

VIDEO: Gas prices dip very low in TX town

One Texas town is all smiles today after waking up to some rather encouragin gas prices. Drivers in Odem, Texas have now seen gas prices averiging $2.71 at four gas stations in town.
ETX native completes US NAVY basic training

ETX native completes US NAVY basic training

Navy Seaman Brendan A. Curtis, son of Clayton E. Curtis of Van, Texas, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Firefighter, paramedic's split-second decision saves dog in burning VA home

Firefighter, paramedic's split-second decision saves dog in burning VA home

Firefighters and paramedics said they witnessed a miracle while crews were battling a blaze a Petersburg home Thursday.
WOW: Vintage photos colorized show rare glimpse of history

WOW: Vintage photos colorized show rare glimpse of history

Until the 1970's colored photographs were few and far between, but a website called Distractify has provided us with famous black and white photos they transformed into color.

Jesus returns

Under a canopy of trees, right outside St. John The Baptist Catholic Church in Edmond, is a quiet sanctuary for meditation and memories.
Officer gives young mom car seat instead of a ticket

Officer gives young mom car seat instead of a ticket

A public safety officer from Emmett Township, Michigan went beyond the call of duty on Saturday.
Seniors walk barefoot to raise awareness

Seniors walk barefoot to raise awareness

On Saturday morning, seniors at Buckner Westminster Place will be walking barefoot around the senior living community in order to raise awareness and funds for children who are desperately in need of shoes.
ETX police officer brings new meaning to 'protect & serve'

ETX police officer brings new meaning to 'protect & serve'

A Chandler police officer is the perfect example of going above and beyond for the residents of the city he patrols.
Unplanned roommate becomes a lifesaver for Texas A&M grad student

Unplanned roommate becomes a lifesaver for Texas A&M grad student

Nasie Constantino opted for an unplanned roommate shortly after moving to College Station to attend graduate school at Texas A&M University — and got a wise partner in the deal.

Miricale baby survives fatal diagnosis

Every story has a beginning, but the story of Abigail Rose Beutler almost ended before she was even born, when her mom, Congresswoamn Jaime Herrera Beutler was five months pregnant.
'Battle of Fort Crawford Weekend' coming up in Hallsville

'Battle of Fort Crawford Weekend' coming up in Hallsville

East Texas heritage takes center stage during “Battle of Fort Crawford” Weekend with the Sixth Annual Civil War reenactment and heritage festival adopting Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Tyler Christmas Parade accepting applications

Tyler Christmas Parade accepting applications

The City of Tyler’s Christmas Parade is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. in downtown Tyler. Additionally, the 29th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held on the T.B.

East Texan named one of the richest people in America

A former White Oak Roughneck has found himself on one of the most esteemed lists in America: Forbes 400 wealthiest Americans.