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Tyler police searching for man missing since June 5

Tyler police searching for man missing since June 5

The Tyler Police Department is seeking the help of the public in locating a missing man. Chavez Pedro Martinez was last seen on Thursday afternoon on West Gentry Parkway where he walked away from a business.
Tyler announces 2014 city pools schedule

Tyler announces 2014 city pools schedule

The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department has opened Fun Forest Pool, 900 Norht Glenwood for the summer season and will open Woldert Pool on Monday, June, 9 from 1:00 p.m., - 6:00 p.m.

Safety experts warn parents to take extra caution around the pool

A few pool related tragedies have been making national headlines recently and experts want to remind parents that you can never be too cautious when heading outdoors this summer.

TJC pitcher is national Player of Year

Anchoring Tyler's run to their second NJCAA DIII Baseball national championship, Daniel Brown was a stud for the Apaches this season.
2 arrested after police execute narcotics search warrant in north Tyler

2 arrested after police execute narcotics search warrant in north Tyler

According to the Tyler Police Department, a warrant was executed Thursday afternoon in north Tyler where two people were placed under arrest. The warrant was issued at a home located at 710 East Locust Street.
Tyler man sentenced to life in prison for stabbing

Tyler man sentenced to life in prison for stabbing

A Tyler man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday by a Smith County judge for stabbing another man in a 2013 fight.
Tyler police respond to shots fired at a local fast food restaurant

Tyler police respond to shots fired at a local fast food restaurant

Tyler police responded to reports of shots fired on S. Broadway around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night. 

Summer time means summer crime

Summer is usually the time we let our guards down, but burglars don't have an off season. That could be bad news for us, and therefore, we need to be prepared.

More people beating cancer and surviving, study says

One man has been cancer free for more than 18 years. When first diagnosed, he only had a 20% chance of surviving. Now, he will be representing the American Cancer Society at this year's upcoming Cattle Baron Gala.

UT Tyler's hybrid program expands internationally

Our education system is rapidly evolving and now because of technology, students are able to take classes virtually, across the world.

School is almost out for the summer, perfect time for teens to get a job

New data shows the unemployment rate among teens without a high school diploma is at it's highest level. We're told teens need to enter the workforce now for a brighter future.

Tyler ranks top city for practicing medicine

Tyler ranks amongst the best cities for medical practices, according to Medscape Medical News. Researchers divided the country into six regions, evaluating cities on factors inside and outside the office.
Tyler FD responds to house fire near Bergfeld Park

Tyler FD responds to house fire near Bergfeld Park

Tyler firefighters responded to a two-alarm structure fire in the 700 block of W. 2nd Street, Tuesday afternoon.
Gohmert releases statement on New EPA regulations

Gohmert releases statement on New EPA regulations

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement on the Obama Administration’s decision to mandate a 30 percent cut in carbon emissions at fossil fuel-burning power plants by 2030: