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ETX accused murderer submits motion to plead 'not guilty by reason on insanity'

ETX accused murderer submits motion to plead 'not guilty by reason on insanity'

An East Texas man accused of murder has submitted a plea motion in a Smith County courtroom.
New Diana athlete returning to state powerlifting meet

New Diana athlete returning to state powerlifting meet

 Trey Villarreal has a lot on his plate – powerlifting, football, track and field, working at the volunteer fire department and playing softball for his church.

ETX man charged with intoxicated manslaughter in alleged racing crash

An East Texas man involved in an alleged drunken racing crash has been arrested on multiple manslaughter charges.

New Wusthof knife debuts at Sweet Gourmet

Wusthof is adding a new knife to its collection. Their Executive Chef will be at Sweet Gourmet in Tyler, Texas on March 26, 2015 to show how the knife works. John Abler stopped by KETK to chat about the event.
ETX convicted felons arrested after reports of gang fights, shots fired

ETX convicted felons arrested after reports of gang fights, shots fired

 Multiple reports of a gang fight and gunfire at West End Park on West Rusk Street set the stage for a busy Wednesday night for the Marshall Police Department.
ETX man charged with capital murder considered fugitive after failing to appear in court

ETX man charged with capital murder considered fugitive after failing to appear in court

 An East Texas man charged with capital murder in connection with the death of his seven-month-old child is now considered a fugitive after failing to make a court appearance.

Man's best friend performs life-saving miracle

They say dogs have a sixth sense. Man's best friend can pick up on our emotions and know when we're in trouble. For one Tyler resident's canine that characteristic couldn't be any more accurate.

Worried about what?

Gallup is at it again-- this time about global warming again. They question how worried are you when it comes to global warming or what some are now calling climate change.
Tyler man accused of murder released from jail

Tyler man accused of murder released from jail

A Tyler man accused of killing another person has been released from jail for the second time this month.
'Champions 4 Light' — Top coaches come together for benefit volleyball clinic

'Champions 4 Light' — Top coaches come together for benefit volleyball clinic

 By teaching the game they love to young girls in East Texas, five college and high school volleyball coaches plan to show another group of East Texas girls how much they are loved.
Kilgore fugitive captured in Rusk County

Kilgore fugitive captured in Rusk County

A fugitive from the law has been captured in Rusk County on multiple charges.

Jack Stallard talks about SFA coming to Longview

Jack Stallard is the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal. He talked with KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner about a big event coming to Longview this weekend.

Fallen ETX firefighter receives special honor

A fallen Jackson Heights volunteer firefighter received a special honor at the state capitol on Wednesday. Jalen Smith was added to the Texas Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Austin.

'Tough by Nature', new TMA exhibit

'Tough by Nature' opens on March 29, 2015, at the Tyler Museum of Art. It features portraits of cowgirls and ranch women of the American West.
University of Phoenix has lost half its students

University of Phoenix has lost half its students

 The University of Phoenix probably wishes the students were just cutting class. But many aren't even enrolled anymore.