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Tyler

Phil Kuchinsky is live with the Gilmer coach

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky was live at the Trinity Mother Frances Football Classic. He interviewed Gilmer coach Jeff Traylor before the Buckeyes' season opener.
Register now for improv classes at Liberty Hall

Register now for improv classes at Liberty Hall

From Sept. 9 through Oct. 21, Liberty Hall will host Card 53’s School of Improvisational Comedy Level 1 Improv Class on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 p.m.
Tyler Pounds Regional Airport authorized for $9.6 million FAA grant

Tyler Pounds Regional Airport authorized for $9.6 million FAA grant

The Tyler City Council authorized Tyler Pounds Regional Airport to accept a new FAA Grant totaling more than $9.6 million.
P.T. Cole Park murderer sentenced to life in prison

P.T. Cole Park murderer sentenced to life in prison

Judge Jack Skeen sentenced a man convicted of murder to life in prison Thursday morning.
Multi-vehicle wreck jams traffic during morning commute

Multi-vehicle wreck jams traffic during morning commute

Emergency crews responded to a multiple-vehicle wreck on a Tyler highway Thursday morning.

EXCLUSIVE: Mother of accused murderer speaks out about his mental illness

Last week, we reported that a 28-year-old shot and killed his father. Now, his mother is speaking exclusively to KETK. She tells us her son suffered from mental health issues and they've been trying to get him help.

Painted nails protecting against sexual assault

It's a fashion statement that could empower women across the world. "It could save lives, it could save a lot of heart ache," said Tanna Barrett. Its a nail polish that changes color when it comes in contact with date rape drugs.
Tyler PD: Do you recognize these thieves?

Tyler PD: Do you recognize these thieves?

The Tyler Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying two people suspect of stealing a purse left at a local business.
New sidewalks coming to Tyler

New sidewalks coming to Tyler

During this morning’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council approved a design contract with Adams Engineering to provide design and construction phase services for new sidewalks using the Texas Department of Transportation&r
Tyler man killed in overnight crash

Tyler man killed in overnight crash

One person was killed early Tuesday morning when a vehicle left the road and struck a tree about two miles north of Tyler.
Tyler cyclist in stable condition after being hit by SUV

Tyler cyclist in stable condition after being hit by SUV

An East Texas bicyclist who was hit by an SUV Tuesday evening is now in stable condition at a local hospital.

UT Tyler mental health program becomes nationally accredited

University of Texas at Tyler professors said they believe mental health is a hot topic right now, and this is why they have decided to expand their services in the College of Psychology and Counseling.

Smith Co. Habitat for Humanity CEO receives leadership award

The Smith County Habitat for Humanity was awarded a special honor at a recent statewide conference. The annual "Mary Ruth Rodenbaugh Leadership Award" has been given to CEO Jack Wilson.

Smith County Commissioners 2015 budget has some uneasy

In a 3 to 2 vote, the Smith County Commissioners passed the 2015 budget and property tax rate. The approved budget will raise property taxes, fund two county administrative positions and increase employee benefits.
The Zone: Return to Glory of East Texas football

The Zone: Return to Glory of East Texas football

Thanks to the Carthage Bulldogs, East Texas got its mojo back in 2013.