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Van's Dalton Santos overwhelmed by support for ailing mom

Van's Dalton Santos overwhelmed by support for ailing mom

For 20 years, Mary Vista Santos was the strong one.
Jacksonville native Neal McCoy to headline Longview festival

Jacksonville native Neal McCoy to headline Longview festival

East Texas native Neal McCoy will headline the 2014 July 4th Festival in Longview. The country singer will be announced by the city at a press conference Thursday morning at the Maude Cobb Convention Center.
Area teams open softball playoffs

Area teams open softball playoffs

The dream of playing in the UIL State Softball Tournament won’t become a reality for high school teams until late in May, but that dream begins this weekend for several East Texas squads.

Family: Necropsy shows dog shot in back of head by ETX deputy

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Middleton family released the video above of proceedings directly following the shooting incident.
Tatum voters to consider street maintenance tax

Tatum voters to consider street maintenance tax

Tatum voters will decide whether to approve a quarter-cent sales tax for street maintenance when they go to the polls May 10.
East Texas towns plan cancer fundraisers

East Texas towns plan cancer fundraisers

Longview, Kilgore and Gilmer will hold fundraisers for the American Cancer Society on Friday.
WOW one step closer to opening

WOW one step closer to opening

A hands-on discovery center for children in Longview moved one step closer to completion Wednesday with the beginning of the hanging of a sign announcing the facility's presence downtown.
LETU engineering students show off bridge building skills

LETU engineering students show off bridge building skills

Nathan Lindholm and his four-person team of freshmen engineers saw the culmination of two weeks of hard work come to fruition Wednesday, as the team tested the strength of a 20-foot cantilever bridge the students designed as the final project o
Tyler man attacked and robbed overnight, thieves on the loose

Tyler man attacked and robbed overnight, thieves on the loose

A Tyler man was attacked and robbed overnight, his assailants still on the loose. Police were called to the 1100 block of N. Albertson Avenue around 12:30 a.m. Thursday morning.

Insuring a passion, 62-year old Tylerite still competing in hurdles

Many people are forced to give up their athletic passions once they finish high school or college, but for one local insurance salesman, jumping hurdles, such as age, is all part of the game.
Alto Lady Jackets refuse to lose

Alto Lady Jackets refuse to lose

The Alto Lady Jackets have won 16 straight district championships. In all that time they've only lost two district games. That's an amazing record of achievement. Beware of the Mean Sting.

More Nevada fallout

Hooooooooooooooooooooooooo boy. For better or worse, this Cliven Bundy deal continues to get traction out in Nevada and across the country. Harry Reid has said " something will happen." Well, maybe not.
Fighting fires with forest funding

Fighting fires with forest funding

The Texas Forestry Association continues to protect forestry in Texas working closely with agencies to making sure their getting the resources they need and while East Texas is still recovering from our devastating drought of 2011, it's nev
Ride into spring with Tyler's bicycle trails

Ride into spring with Tyler's bicycle trails

The Texas Trails Network honored the city of Tyler's Parks and Recreation Department with the "Great Texas Two Step Award".This award was presented for the development of the "Lindsey Park Mountain Bike Trail'.