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“#SchoolisCool” back to school event coming to Harvey Hall

“#SchoolisCool” back to school event coming to Harvey Hall

A “#SchoolisCool” back to school event is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 14 from 5-8 p.m. at Harvey Hall for children and their parents to prepare for the new school year. This is a free event for students in PreK-12.
Program promotes Tyler to newcomers, visitors and businesses

Program promotes Tyler to newcomers, visitors and businesses

The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce recently unveiled Livability: Tyler, TX 2014, a print and digital program that promotes the area to newcomers, visitors and relocating businesses.
UT Tyler Patriot Talon announces new Editor in Chief

UT Tyler Patriot Talon announces new Editor in Chief

Nizia Alam of Tyler, a junior mass communication major at The University of Texas at Tyler, has been named editor in chief of the Patriot Talon, Kevin Dilley, Talon adviser, announced.

1 victim dies after Tyler motorcycle, 'trike' wreck

The passenger on the three wheel motorcycle who was involved in the crash in the 5000 block of Paluxy on Saturday has died from inj
4th of July weekend aftermath at Lake Tyler, fireworks cleanup

4th of July weekend aftermath at Lake Tyler, fireworks cleanup

 After any party there's a cleanup, but one of Smith County's most visited holiday spots is going to need a big cleanup.

93-year-old blind bowler keeps on throwing strikes

One East Texas woman is an inspiration to her bowling team. Nita Johansen is 93-years-old and legally blind. But, she's led her team to a championship and she's still got it!

Independence Day festivities at Whitehouse City Park

The independence day celebration continues. Whitehouse city park welcomed East Texas for a full day of fun.
2 injured, major wreck on Paluxy Dr. in Tyler

2 injured, major wreck on Paluxy Dr. in Tyler

Tyler Police responded to a major traffic accident early Saturday morning. The accident happened around 12:30 a.m. on 5000 block of Paluxy Dr.

We test East Texans on some 4th of July trivia

Every year KETK hits the lakes and asks East Texans some Fourth of July Trivia. Take a look at what some of them had to say.

4th of July celebrations mean busy emergency rooms

While the holiday weekend is full of fun and fireworks, local officials say its also one of the biggest days for injuries and emergency room visits. "People drink too much on a holiday and when you involve a fire.
WEATHER REPORT: Friday, July 4, 2014

WEATHER REPORT: Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy 238th birthday America!

Insurance company drops lawsuit against E. Texas widow

ACE Insurance, the company suing an East Texas woman who recently lost her husband, bowed out of their lawsuit Thursday evening. 

Local fireworks shows booming with excitement

East Texans will be enjoying food, fun, and of course fireworks all weekend, and there are plenty of shows going on for you and your family to go to. It all kicked off Thursday at the annual Blast Over Bullard.

Big changes coming to downtown Tyler

The city of Tyler has some big plans in store for our downtown. They want to add apartment complexes, restaurants, shops, and much, much more.
Longview man, former hospital employee indicted for HIPAA violations

Longview man, former hospital employee indicted for HIPAA violations

A former employee of an East Texas hospital has been indicted for criminal violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, more commonly known as HIPAA, in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M.