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TJC Apaches cap a sensational sports year with a national championship

Tyler Junior College won its 50th national championship late Wednesday night. But the baseball team wasn't the only sports program to have success this school year.

Get a jump start on your summer gardening

Summer is right around the corner and it's about that time to get a jump start on your summer gardening.

The VA doesn't need more money

Nancy Pelosi just said in order to fix this VA problem, it's going to take more money. Well, she's wrong.
ETX man pleads guilty to 2013 apartment complex murder

ETX man pleads guilty to 2013 apartment complex murder

A Whitehouse man has pleaded guilty to the 2013 murder of a man at a local apartment complex.
Jacksonville fire chief retires, now opening up BBQ joint

Jacksonville fire chief retires, now opening up BBQ joint

After more than 40 years of fighting fires, Jacksonville fire chief Paul White is retiring. But, he's not going into full retirement mode just yet. He's pursuing another passion of his, running a restaurant.

TJC coach Doug Wren is live with KETK's Garrett Sanders before the national championship game

Doug Wren has his Tyler Junior College Apaches in the national championship game. The TJC coach spoke with KETK's Garrett Sanders live before his Apaches played Cumberland for the national title.

Tea Party victory in run-off elections, Grassroots America 'We the People' gives reaction

The Tea party took several victories in our state primary run-off elections Tuesday night. We get reaction from Grassroots America 'We the People".

Garrett Sanders is live at Junior College World Series with Dr. Tim Drain

Dr. Tim Drain brought the Junior College World Series to Tyler. The Tyler Junior College Athletic Director spoke with KETK's Garrett Sanders Wednesday before the TJC Apaches' national championship game.
Council approves short-term lease with Lake Tyler Marina Resort

Council approves short-term lease with Lake Tyler Marina Resort

During this morning’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council ratified a short-term lease with Lake Tyler Marina Resort for the operation of the Lake Tyler Marina.
ETX woman sentenced to 6 months in prison for food stamp fraud

ETX woman sentenced to 6 months in prison for food stamp fraud

A 42-year-old Bullard woman has been sentenced to federal prison for her role in a food stamp fraud scheme in East Texas.
City council approves Rice, Shiloh Road changes

City council approves Rice, Shiloh Road changes

During Wednesday’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council approved a construction contract with Reynolds and Kay, Ltd.

Tyler Junior College will play for national championship Wednesday night

The Apaches won it all the first year that Tyler hosted the Junior College World Series. Now TJC can do it again in the last year the Rose City is hosting this event.
Peak Volleyball Camp​ to be held at Grace Community School

Peak Volleyball Camp​ to be held at Grace Community School

Peak Volleyball Camp has announced they will conduct a volleyball camp​ at Grace Community School June 9-11.

Former ETX pharmacist receives 32 years in jail for sexually assaulting child

A retired Tyler pharmacist who pled guilty to the charges of sexually assaulting a child in June 2013 was sentenced to 32 years in prison Tuesday morning.