Tyler

Husband killed on the job, widow sued by late husbands insurance company

The wedding band that hangs around her neck, photographs, and memories are all Crystal Davis has to remember her late husband Wayne.

Open carry celebration on Independence Day

East Texans will be gathering on Independence Day for an Open Carry March in downtown Tyler.

Texas College plans on expanding athletic facility

Texas college plans on expanding their athletic facilities. The college already got approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission to take over two abandoned right of ways near their current facility.
Tyler Open Carry Celebration planned for July 4th

Tyler Open Carry Celebration planned for July 4th

After their highly attended Open Carry Celebration in Downtown Tyler on Independence Day of 2013, organizers of Open Carry Tyler are following through with their promise to make the event an annual one.
Louie Gohmert to speak at South Tyler Rotary Club weekly luncheon

Louie Gohmert to speak at South Tyler Rotary Club weekly luncheon

Congressman Louie Gohmert will be the guest speaker at the weekly luncheon of the South Tyler Rotary (STR) Club scheduled for Monday, July 7, 2014.

Local doctors seeing cases of summer flu

This is something we would normally be talking about during the fall and winter, but local doctors say they're seeing cases of the flu lately.

Enjoy some Christmas spirit during the summer season

It's never to early to start your Christmas shopping!  You can get a jump start at this year's Christmas in July event being held at the Tyler Rose Garden Center.
TYLER POLICE: Drink, drive, go to jail this holiday weekend

TYLER POLICE: Drink, drive, go to jail this holiday weekend

The Tyler Police Department is once again stepping up its patrols targeting DWI drivers for the 4th of July Holiday.

Boat draining law goes into effect July 1st

A "Heads up" to boaters... a new law goes into effect tomorrow, that changes the way boaters will end a nice day out on the lake.

Firework safety tips for the 4th of July

East Texans are preparing for the 4th of July. Local officials are urging people to keep safety in mind when they're getting their hands on fireworks. They're fun and it's also important to know how dangerous they could be.

Downtown shop closing doors after 40 years

Sadly, the historic view in downtown Tyler will soon change. After 40 years, Levines is closing its doors due to financial reasons. Ralph Mason, store manager, said, "I find fault with no one.

UT Tyler launches security smartphone app from students, parents and staff

The University of Texas at Tyler Police Department will launch a free mobile safety app for students and the university community beginning this summer, Mike Medders, police chief, announced.

Grand ole politickers

If you think old fashioned smoke-filled politics are done, you're wrong.

New swimming center coming to Tyler

For years East Texas swimmer have been diving into Tyler ISD's aquatic centers pool. Everyone from Olympic and national qualifiers, to first time swimmers.