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James Wilhite says it's been a great growing season

Certified Landscaper, James Wilhite, stopped by KETK to chat with Bob and Jen. For more information go to www.wilhitelandscape.com
Multiple agencies raid steroid lab in Cherokee Co., sheriff says

Multiple agencies raid steroid lab in Cherokee Co., sheriff says

Authorities in Cherokee County raided an illegal lab Thursday and seized chemicals used to make steroids.
Tony Romo claims his best is yet to come

Tony Romo claims his best is yet to come

Tony Romo has won 64 games in his NFL career, while passing for 29,565 yards and 208 touchdowns. Now 34, and coming off two back surgeries over the past 15 months, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback insists his best is yet to come.
Autopsy: Henderson Co. child killed by blunt force, stab to chest

Autopsy: Henderson Co. child killed by blunt force, stab to chest

The autopsy on the death of a 4-year-old in Henderson County was released Friday.
Andre Johnson and Texans make peace

Andre Johnson and Texans make peace

Ultimately, owner Bob McNair’s relationship with Andre Johnson played the most significant role in convincing the receiver to report to the Texans on Friday.
5A All-State Baseball Team

5A All-State Baseball Team

Flower Mound’s Kyle Johnston, a 10-game winner on the mound to help lead Lewisville Flower Mound to a state championship, was named Player of the Year on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 5A All-State Basebal
Report: East Texas native leaves Longhorns football team

Report: East Texas native leaves Longhorns football team

Another East Texas athlete is no longer on the Texas Longhorns football team.
Midland-area housing crunch hurts foster care oversight

Midland-area housing crunch hurts foster care oversight

Since moving to Odessa in September to work as a state Child Protective Services investigator, Juan Carlos Pacheco has bounced among three homes, s
Denton fracking ban could spur wider legal clash

Denton fracking ban could spur wider legal clash

Debbie Ingram understands the importance of Texas’ oil and gas industry, and she enjoys the look of a lit-up drilling rig rising in the
Man, 60, contracts West Nile in Montgomery Co.

Man, 60, contracts West Nile in Montgomery Co.

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a 60-year-old man from The Woodlands has become the first person to contract the West Nile virus this year in Montgomery County, although the mosquitoes started testing positive for the virus in the coun
TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 25, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 25, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Friday, July 25, 2014: 8:00 am to 9:00 am 7500 Jacksonville Hwy. 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm 2300 Frankston Hwy. 

Houston whiskey distillery Yellow Rose wants to upgrade distillery

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; a local distillery is asking friends and fans to donate dollars to a crowd-funding campaign to make brand new digs right outside the inner loop possible.
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.
Phil Kuchinsky is at the first day of Cowboys Camp

Phil Kuchinsky is at the first day of Cowboys Camp

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky is covering the Cowboys in California. One the first day of training camp he talked with linebacker Bruce Carter.