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'Tis the season for holiday fires

'Tis the season for holiday ham, Christmas baking and if you're not careful, holiday fires.

Mineola struggles at state title game

The Mineola Yellowjackets played their first-ever state championship game. It didn't start well.
Two-vehicle wreck on SSW Loop 323 in Tyler, injuries reported

Two-vehicle wreck on SSW Loop 323 in Tyler, injuries reported

At least one person has been hurt in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of SSW Loop 323 and Old Bullard Rd. in Tyler.  It happened just after 7:30 Thursday night. 

Garrett Sanders is live from Mineola's state championship game in Arlington

KETK's Garrett Sanders was live at the home of the Cowboys. It's also the home of the state high school football championships.
Annual ‘Jingle Bell Run’ to benefit Tyler student battling cancer

Annual ‘Jingle Bell Run’ to benefit Tyler student battling cancer

Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy’s annual Jingle Bell Run will be held Friday afternoon.

Tyler Lee places three on All-State team

Tyler Lee linebacker Brandon Durman earned first team honors, teammate Zach Hall was a second team pick at quarterback and the Red Raiders had one honorable mention selection today with the release of the 2014 Class 6A All-State Football T

Danny Elzner shows the Cowboys how to turn a home game into a road game

KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner knows how the Cowboys can beat the Colts this Sunday. Just turn the home game into a road game. The Cowboys will host the Colts.

Oh, deary-dear

Oh, deary-dear. Look what the New York Times...the New York Times? Yes, the New York Times, has dug up.
Mineola and Waskom will play for state championships

Mineola and Waskom will play for state championships

The Mineola Yellowjackets will play for the state championship. The Jackets will make their first-ever appearance in the title game.

Police: Student catches burglar in act, knifed near UT-Tyler

Tyler Police are at the scene of a reported stabbing of a college student near the UT-Tyler campus. According to Tyler PD spokesman Don Martin, a person was cut in the 3200 block of Lexington Drive at around 2:50 p.m.
Bullard ISD releasing students early

Bullard ISD releasing students early

Bullard ISD will be releasing students early from the high school Wednesday. There is currently police activity at the school, but officials do not believe students to be in danger.
ONCOR: No outages expected in downtown Tyler

ONCOR: No outages expected in downtown Tyler

According to ONCOR, no power outages are expected to take place in downtown Tyler.

Sad and sadder

It's stuff like this that makes me pull my hair out. In this computer age everything you want to see or find is at your finger tips.

New blood test to detect risk of heart disease

The Food and Drug Administration just approved a blood test that could help determine your risk for developing heart disease or other heart complications. This test is designed for people who have no signs or symptoms of heart disease.

What are they thinking?

What in the world has happened to our political parties? You have one side which lives lawlessly and cavorts like there is no consequence to print money and spent what printed money we have printed.