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Texas nurse who contracted Ebola to sue hospital chain

She was the first person to ever contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's going to sue the hospital where she got infected.

Andrew Bloch:Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week

 Meet Andrew Bloch, our Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week. Marquis plays golf for All Saints.
UT Tyler baseball Closes Out Series With UMHB With DH-Split

UT Tyler baseball Closes Out Series With UMHB With DH-Split

 The UT Tyler baseball team improved to 7-5 in 2015 after a doubleheader-split against American Southwest Conference opponent Mary Hardin-Baylor, winning 4-3 before falling 6-5 in game three.

"Two Steps, One Sticker" program begins

The "Two Steps, One Sticker" program started Sunday. It means that everyone in Texas will transition to only having one sticker for both vehicle inspection and registration.

Klein Shelter dog gets a happy ending

Henry from The Klein Animal shelter is getting a happy ending. The dog was in bad shape after he spent time at Klein Animal Shelter in Jacksonville. He was left in his cage for seven days with a broken back.

Henderson Lions improbable playoff run comes to an end

The Henderson Lions boys basketball team battled through injuries, grade issues and number of other adversities to get into the playoffs.
Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola now suing hospital

Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola now suing hospital

The Dallas nurse who contracted ebola while treating the nation's first patient with the virus will sue the hospital.
One person hospitalized following two vehicle wreck in Tyler

One person hospitalized following two vehicle wreck in Tyler

Wet roads were the cause of a two car accident in Tyler, that sent one person to the hospital. The accident happened around 3:30 p.m. Sunday near Regal Theater at the intersection of Shawn St. and Loop 323.
Police chase through East Texas leads to arrest of Longview man

Police chase through East Texas leads to arrest of Longview man

Law enforcement agencies in Harrison County worked together Saturday to arrest a man who sent authorities on a dangerous chase through East Texas.
Big changes coming in March to Texas vehicle inspection, registration program

Big changes coming in March to Texas vehicle inspection, registration program

Get ready for a new Texas Two Step.
Paxton K's 11, UT Tyler Baseball Wins 8-3 Over Mary Hardin-Baylor

Paxton K's 11, UT Tyler Baseball Wins 8-3 Over Mary Hardin-Baylor

 The UT Tyler baseball team trailed Mary Hardin-Baylor 2-0 early, but a big five-run inning helped the Patriots win 8-3 in game one of the American Southwest Conference series. The Patriots are now 6-4 on the year.
UT Tyler Women Can't Hold off Comets, Falls 82-74 in ASC Final

UT Tyler Women Can't Hold off Comets, Falls 82-74 in ASC Final

 In a matchup of the two top-teams in the conference, the Comets from Texas-Dallas were able to fend off the No. 1 seed Texas-Tyler Patriots, winning 82-74 in the American Southwest Conference Championship game.
'Scout Up' event kicks off at Bergfeld Park

'Scout Up' event kicks off at Bergfeld Park

 Fun and adventure are just a couple of the words students use to describe their experience in Boy Scouts of America.
Saturday weather update

Saturday weather update

In the early morning hours of Saturday, we did have some light freezing rain move through ETX. It was very brief and did not cause any problems this morning.

Jacob Spillers inspirational in his fight against cancer

Jacob Spillers is a 17-year-old senior at Tyler Lee. He was on the soccer team when he was diagnosed at ETMC with osteosarcoma in his leg. Surgeons cut off his leg mid-thigh and his foot mid-calf.