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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 1:30pm

Tyler

Race for the cure holds new meaning for local family

Every year the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure lands on Mother's Day weekend here in Tyler. And this year, it holds a new meaning for one local family.
Tyler man identified as victim in Monday house fire

Tyler man identified as victim in Monday house fire

Smith County authorities were able to identify the man found dead in a Monday house fire off County Road 495.
UT Tyler softball team and TJC tennis team both lose

UT Tyler softball team and TJC tennis team both lose

The UT Tyler Patriots lost to Texas Lutheran in the opening game of the regional softball tournament, 1-0, in 10 innings. The Patriots will play another game at UT Tyler later tonight against East Texas Baptist.

Mother and son graduating together from UT Tyler

University of Texas at Tyler students will get ready to throw their graduation hats in the air on Saturday. And did you ever think you would graduate with, your mom?

How to get relief from pollen misery

April flowers bring May....allergies? Angela Buttram with Ear, Nose, and Throat of East Texas said, "a lot of people are suffering right now with nasal allergy symptoms.
Tyler man found guilty of shooting, killing partner sentenced to life in prison

Tyler man found guilty of shooting, killing partner sentenced to life in prison

A Tyler who was convicted of killing his partner at his Azalea District rental home has been sentenced to life in prison.
Why did Cowboys pass on Manziel?

Why did Cowboys pass on Manziel?

Everybody wanted a circus. Some even rooted for a circus. And certainly the drama was there when it came time for the Dallas Cowboys to pick 16th overall Thursday night in the NFL Draft’s first round.
After a wait for the QB, it’s Johnny Cleveland

After a wait for the QB, it’s Johnny Cleveland

The Texas A&M quarterback sat in the green room as 21 teams called other players’ names. The look on his face, as well as his body language, told the entire story: He was anything but happy.
Tyler science centers reteam for Leonardo da Vinci exhibit

Tyler science centers reteam for Leonardo da Vinci exhibit

Their collaboration on last year’s Jurassic Summer was such a roaring success, the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College and Discovery Science Place are embarking on yet another joint venture.

Cherokee Co. escapee captured in South Texas

A Cherokee County trusty who escaped and went on the run Wednesday night has been captured in South Texas.

KETK Sports is live with an NFL Draft preview

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky and Garrett Sanders were live at Buffalo Wild Wings in Tyler. They previewed the Cowboys in tonight's NFL Draft. Will Dallas take Tyler native Johnny Manziel if the Cowboys get a chance?

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott speaks in Tyler about his education policy

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made a stop in Tyler Thursday as part of his "Educating Texans" policy the gubernatorial candidate said he wants to see our state's education system become number one in the country.
UPDATE: Crews clear overturned 18-wheeler on Loop in Tyler

UPDATE: Crews clear overturned 18-wheeler on Loop in Tyler

Tyler Police responded to a wreck blocking lanes at Northwest Loop 323 and Charlotte at noon.
TJC losing quarterback to SMU

TJC losing quarterback to SMU

Matt Davis came to Tyler Junior College from Texas A&M. Now, he's leaving for SMU. He has committed to Southern Methodist. He will sign with the Mustangs soon.