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Third suspect in string of armed robberies turns self in to Tyler PD

Third suspect in string of armed robberies turns self in to Tyler PD

The third suspect in a string of aggravated robbiers turned himself in to police Thursday. Kevin Nelson,19,  was arrested around 4:50 p.m., according to the Tyler Police Department.

Bittersweet graduation for East Texas families

Cap and gown ready, it was graduation day for eight special East Texas students. "Its sad but its exciting, we know they're going on to different things," said Denese Johnson, principal at the Wayne D.

Kids struggling with sleep apnea, therapy is helping one child with night terrors

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a persons sleep is interrupted by their breathing being paused. In many cases sleep apnea goes undiagnosed and it's very common among children.

Jack Stallard talks about the Dream Team

Jack Stallard is the Sports Editior of the Longview News-Journal. KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner asked him about the Dream Team. Stallard said...
East Texans arrested for money laundering, drug trafficking

East Texans arrested for money laundering, drug trafficking

U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced Wednesday that six individuals have been arrested following a lengthy investigation into illegal gambling, money laundering and drug trafficking in the Eastern District of Texas.
Tyler PD secures warrants, identifies suspects in June armed robberies

Tyler PD secures warrants, identifies suspects in June armed robberies

UPDATE: Tyler investigators have identified and secured warrants for the suspects responsible for the Aggravated Robberies that occurred on June 22, 2014 in Tyler.

East Texas teen advocates for cystic fibrosis

30,000 people in the U.S. are living with cystic fibrosis. It is a life-threatening genetic disease that affects the lung and digestive system. One of the thousands battling the disease is 12-year-old Maci.

Early signs of alzheimer's can be seen in your eyes and nose

New research shows early alzheimer's signs can be detected earlier by a few simple tests. It's proven: there's no cure for the disease, but research shows early signs of it can show up in your eyes and nose.
Facing autism in East Texas, families share their experience

Facing autism in East Texas, families share their experience

We recently brought you a special report: Facing Autism, providing help for east texas families from programs and options. Since then, many families have reached out wanting to share their story from the beginning to where they are now.
Rose City exhibition at Tyler Museum of Art

Rose City exhibition at Tyler Museum of Art

Art enthusiasts, there's a lot to be seen this summer at the Tyler Museum of Art. A new exhibition kicked off on Sunday. The past and present is what visitors will see when they walk through the exhibition at the Tyler Museum of Art.

Attention duck hunters: breeding grounds breaking records

For more than 50 years the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been conducting surveys on waterfowl breeding grounds, this year, those numbers are breaking records.
East Texas teams eliminated at 7-on-7 State Tournament

East Texas teams eliminated at 7-on-7 State Tournament

Chapel Hill, Gilmer and Crockett lost in the second round of the championship bracket of the 7-on-7 State Tournament Friday in college Station. Waskom and Canton lost in the first round.
East Texas teams do well at 7 on 7 State Tournament

East Texas teams do well at 7 on 7 State Tournament

Chapel Hill went unbeaten on the first day of play. So did Gilmer and Canton.
New ‘Diversity’ exhibit opens Saturday at Gallery Main Street

New ‘Diversity’ exhibit opens Saturday at Gallery Main Street

New ‘Diversity’ Exhibit Opens Saturday at Gallery Main Street Gallery Main Street’s newest juried art exhibit will open Saturday at the Gallery, 110 W. Erwin St., in downtown Tyler.