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AG Greg Abbott names Longview child support employee Office Manager of the Year

AG Greg Abbott names Longview child support employee Office Manager of the Year

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott recognized Stephen Stossel, office manager for the Child Support Division’s Longview field office, for his commitment to Texas children.
45 infants added to TB exposure list in Texas

45 infants added to TB exposure list in Texas

Health officials have added 45 infants to the list of more than 700 who were exposed to tuberculosis at a hospital in El Paso, Texas.
To protect and serve pizza: Portland police deliver pizza after driver involved in crash

To protect and serve pizza: Portland police deliver pizza after driver involved in crash

Steve Huckins thinks that should be the new Portland Police Bureau motto because two officers delivered his Hawaiian pie after the Pizza Hut delivery driver was injured in a car crash.
Second grader among 4 attacked by fox in East Windsor

Second grader among 4 attacked by fox in East Windsor

East Windsor, CT (WFSB) -- A second-grade boy was among four people attacked by a fox on and near school property in East Windsor on Monday morning.
Blind veteran aims to complete Tempe Ironman

Blind veteran aims to complete Tempe Ironman

Gilbert, AZ (KTVK) -- "I don't quit." That's what Michael Somsan said as he spoke about his training for an Ironman triathlon. He believes it is his responsibility to be an example to show his daughters.
TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement September 24, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement September 24, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Wednesday, September 24, 2014: 7:00 am to 8:00 am 2900 W.Shaw 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm 213 Patton Ln. 
Y.A. Tittle honored by alma mater, Marshall HS

Y.A. Tittle honored by alma mater, Marshall HS

Y.A. Tittle's prowess on the grid iron took him to LSU, San Francisco, New York, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But it all started in Marshall, a place which has defined and molded a very grateful man.
Parents of U.S. journalist who went missing in Syria want answers

Parents of U.S. journalist who went missing in Syria want answers

For a year after her journalist son went missing in Syria in 2012, Debra Tice kept calling his cell phone. It would ring and ring. Nothing. She would send Austin Tice messages on Facebook. No response.

Bullard high school students getting a green house

Charlotte Main wants her students to have every advantage.

Small donation making a big impact at Salvation Army

United Health Care donated 8 laptops for Salvation Army residents to use. Chantel Millin with Salvation Army said giving them the internet and computer access will help improve their lives.
ETX man gets 30 years for selling meth at Bossier Parish casinos

ETX man gets 30 years for selling meth at Bossier Parish casinos

An East Texas man was sentenced to 30 years in prison after he was convicted of selling methamphetamines inside Bossier Parish casinos.

Unseasonably low average temperatures sweep East Texas

The first full day of Fall brings low temperatures to East Texas. Normally the average low is 64 degrees during September. Now, we're reaching the low fifties. 

League of Women Voters celebrates democracy on National Voter Registration Day

"People need to get out and vote," said Mary Claire Rowe, President of the League of Women Voters of Tyler/Smith County.

7th Annual Texas Wounded Warrior Pro-Am

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, September 27, 2014

Downtown Tyler Film Fest Opens Wednesday

This week’s Downtown Tyler Film Festival marks the fourth year the art and industry of independent filmmaking has taken center stage at Liberty Hall in Downtown Tyler.