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Social Decline

Social Decline

15 years ago computers were solely used for business and science. Only within the last eight years, have people used the technology for social media purposes.
Texas firm recalls ready-to-eat products for possible listeria contamination

Texas firm recalls ready-to-eat products for possible listeria contamination

Great American Marketing, a Houston, Texas establishment, is recalling approximately 475 pounds of FSIS and FDA-regulated, ready-to-eat products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S.

Mexico...mad at us?

After all the mess we've been dealing with on the border, now we have a new problem-- Mexico. They are angry at us.
Tyler ISD announces lone finalist for superintendent

Tyler ISD announces lone finalist for superintendent

The Tyler Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously named Dr. Marty Lane Crawford as the lone finalist for the District’s superintendent position. The announcement was made at this evening’s monthly board meeting.

Aftermath of last night's storm

Tyler children's stand raises funds, awareness for cystic fibrosis

Tyler children's stand raises funds, awareness for cystic fibrosis

A group of Tyler children are banding together to raise funds in honor of one child who has been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF).

Dicks Bar and Cajun Grill to hold noodling tournament

Noodling has become a very common form of fishing in texas since its legalization back in 2011. The tactic involves getting in the water and sticking your arm into a riverbank hole.

Bikers Against Child Abuse helping East Texas child abuse victims

When children are abused, the grief doesn't end when the perpetrator is arrested. Many children have to testify about the abuse and relive their experiences  in court.

New app for smart phones repels mosquitoes

A new smart phone app is supposed to repel mosquitoes by emitting a high frequency sounds. The app is free to download and has adjustable frequency levels so that you may use the frequency level suitable for your region.
Quitman PD releases more details surrounding deaths of children

Quitman PD releases more details surrounding deaths of children

The Quitman Police Department confirmed they are investigating the deaths of two young children.
ETX hospital owner convicted of health care fraud, identity theft

ETX hospital owner convicted of health care fraud, identity theft

A Dallas County, Texas, physician has been convicted of 15 counts of health care fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Child playing with lighter sparks blaze, Tyler firefighters say

Tyler firefighters were called to a house fire Thursday afternoon. It happened in the 2100 block of Pine Crest Drive in the East side of Tyler.

'Free Tea Day' 2014

McAlister's Deli plans to give away more than 350,000 glasses of tea on Thursday, July 24, 2014. General Manager Jordan Butler stopped by KETK to chat about the 6TH Annual 'Free Tea Day.'
ETX stepdad who sexually abused 3 girls gets 60 years in prison

ETX stepdad who sexually abused 3 girls gets 60 years in prison

A man convicted of sexually abusing his three stepdaughters has been sentenced to 60 years in prison with no parole.
SPCA rescues 222 'cruelly treated animals' from ETX property

SPCA rescues 222 'cruelly treated animals' from ETX property

Under the authority of the Hunt County Constable, the SPCA of Texas is seized 222 cruelly treated animals—166 dogs, 43 cats, 14 kittens and 13 puppies—on Wednesday, July 23 from a property in Wolfe City, TX.