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Military grade art in East Texas

Three months ago, Don Tulman and his wife began turning empty ammo casings into flags, both patriotic and for school spirit. It's an idea Tulman had while out at the shooting range, which, in words, just popped into his head.
Rachel's Challenge brings compassion to East Texas students

Rachel's Challenge brings compassion to East Texas students

Rachel's Challenge is a national non-profit organization dedicated to creating a safe school environment, and promoting kindness.
Mobile meth lab, drugs and firearms seized at Tyler hotel

Mobile meth lab, drugs and firearms seized at Tyler hotel

Tyler Police, ATF agents and DEA agents were able to make a drug seizureTuesday evening in Tyler.

2014....now...here's the truth

Remember when Al Gore was in the middle of all his glory during the inconvenient truth days? Back then, media spotlight was on him as he promised the world was going to hell in a handbag.

East Texas agency offers hunting insurance

Fall hunting season is upon us. As you pack up your gear to head to the hunting blind, you may also need hunting insurance.

Republican Party of Texas threatens to sue Cherokee Co.

In August, the Cherokee County Commissioners Court voted to pass a list of election judges for the 2014 November ballot. However five of those judges elected as Republicans, are actually hard Democrats.
Police identify 2 killed in head-on collision with semi

Police identify 2 killed in head-on collision with semi

Law enforcement officials have released the names of two people killed Tuesday in a crash near Nash, Texas.
Home Depot investigating 'massive' hack

Home Depot investigating 'massive' hack

 Home Depot is investigating a hack that possibly exposed its customer payment information.
If Romo isn’t right, the Cowboys are doomed

If Romo isn’t right, the Cowboys are doomed

Expectations for the Cowboys are hovering around at least a decade low. You have to go back to the turn of the century to find expectations at these depths.
Dallas Cowboys adding Michael Sam

Dallas Cowboys adding Michael Sam

Just a few months after the Dallas Cowboys said Missouri defensive end Michael Sam would not be a draft candidate because he did not fit their scheme, the team is bringing him in for a physical. @MizzouTigers
Holland hopes to put ‘brutal’ season behind him by playing spoiler role

Holland hopes to put ‘brutal’ season behind him by playing spoiler role

In the big scheme of things, Derek Holland’s return to the mound for the Texas Rangers on Tuesday is more about putting his off-season knee injury and surgery in the rearview mirror than anything else.
J. J. Watt gets $100 million

J. J. Watt gets $100 million

When Texans defensive end J.J. Watt signs his six-year, $100 million contract extension that includes $51.876 million guaranteed, he will become the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history.
Arian Foster opens up to media

Arian Foster opens up to media

During the Texans’ 45-minute open locker room session with the media today, running back Arian Foster was a terrific interview.

Walmart opening primary care clinics in East Texas

Walmart has continued to expand its services. According to Walmart representatives soon you'll be able to into a Tyler Walmart, Get groceries, go to the pharmacy, have your oiled changed, and see your primary care physician.
REPORT: Cowboys expected to sign Michael Sam to practice squad

REPORT: Cowboys expected to sign Michael Sam to practice squad

Multiple reports are surfacing that the Dallas Cowboys will bring in Michael Sam in hopes of signing the player to the teams practice squad.