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Tyler ISD Announces 2014 Teachers of the Year

Tyler – Tyler ISD announced the 2014 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held this evening at Harvey Convention Center. The celebratory banquet was hosted by Cooperative Teachers Credit Union.
Toll 49 speed limits to increase for segment spanning from HWY 155 to I-20

Toll 49 speed limits to increase for segment spanning from HWY 155 to I-20

The speed limit on Loop 49 in Tyler will increase from 70 to 75 miles per hour from Highway 155 to Interstate 20, according to the Northeast Texas Regional Mobility Authority.

Dog treated for embedded collar adopted on eve of euthanization, says offical

UPDATE: Nickolas has been adopted, according to a Human Society official. Thank you for all your help, East Texas!

Feeling sick? The doctors only a Skype away

Its possible virtual consultations could be the next step in modern medicine. More doctors are saying yes to online web-cam services.
Troup's Blake Lynch nominated for U. S. Army All-American Bowl

Troup's Blake Lynch nominated for U. S. Army All-American Bowl

Troup quarterback Blake Lynch has been nominated for the U. S. Army All-American Bowl. That game will be played in San Antonio next January and will be broadcast on KETKnbc.

Custom cowboy boot shop making its mark in Ben Wheeler

If you're looking to design your own pair of cowboy boots, we have a local place for you. From flower designs, to school colors and initials, Mercedes Boot Company in Ben Wheeler makes your cowboy boot vision come to life.

Mayor Bass says 'Goodbye'

New leadership is coming to the city of Tyler. Mayor Barbara bass is leaving office after serving the maximum of two-three year terms.

Trane incentivized to grow business in Tyler

During their upcoming meeting on May 13, the Tyler City Council will consider a recommendation for an incentive payable to Trane/Ingersoll Rand for jobs created as a result of moving a business line from Mexico to the Tyler plant.

Tyler mall parking lot shooter sentenced to life in prison

The man found guilty of killing Chapel Hill native Christopher Mass in the Tyler mall parking lot was sentenced to life in prison by a Smith County jury on Tuesday morning.

One teen's dream of joining the circus is becoming a reality

What kid didn't dream about being apart of the circus?  For one local teenager, this popular dream, is actually becoming his reality.
Former Whitehouse coach Randy McFarlin moving to Arkansas

Former Whitehouse coach Randy McFarlin moving to Arkansas

The winningest coach in Whitehouse football history is moving out of state. Randy McFarlin will become the new Athletic Director for the Benton School District in Arkansas.

More fruits and veggies cut your stroke risk, American Heart Association study

May is American Stroke month and the American Heart Association is increasing awareness of heart and cardiovascular health. There are several things that can cut your risk of having stroke.
Charlie Moore is going from Bullard to the NFL

Charlie Moore is going from Bullard to the NFL

Charlie Moore has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions. The former Bullard Panther will sign as a free agent. At Bullard, Moore rolled-up 5,000 yards over his last two high school seasons.
Soldier from Tyler dies in Alaska rollover

Soldier from Tyler dies in Alaska rollover

A U.S. Army Alaska paratrooper died early Saturday from injuries sustained in a vehicle rollover accident in the Knik River Public Use Area near Butte, Alaska.

Mother's Day memories and traditions

Your mother is your hero, your biggest fan, and often times your idol. She gave you life and she loves you unconditionally.