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Aviation 101: Where young dreams take flight

At the Aviation 101 camp in Tyler, dreams take flight. Young teens ranging from age twelve through fifteen, get the opportunity to spend one week exploring their passion for airplanes.
Sumlin responds to Stoops’ schedule jabs

Sumlin responds to Stoops’ schedule jabs

Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has long said he doesn’t make the Aggies’ schedule, he just plays it. Sumlin offered this on Friday at a Coach’s Night event before Houston Aggies via @Aggie_Sports on Twitter:
Feliz records first save since 2011

Feliz records first save since 2011

For much of 2014, the moves to plug the holes on the Texas Rangers’ depleted pitching staff have usually resulted in the team taking on more water.
Andre Johnson cheered

Andre Johnson cheered

What holdout? Veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson returned to the Texans on Friday. A day later, Johnson was consistently cheered by fans as the team opened its 2014 training camp.

Bad news for firearm enthusiasts

Everyone thought the ammo shortage was easing up, but firearm enthusiasts are facing another uphill battle. Shooters are not the only ones hurt by the shortage in gun supplies. Businesses that sell the supplies have also been affected.
Kilgore psychiatrist arrested for trafficking/prostitution ring in NY

Kilgore psychiatrist arrested for trafficking/prostitution ring in NY

A Kilgore psychiatrist has been arrested in Gregg County on human trafficking and prostitution charges. Riyaz Mazcuri, 62, is accused of trafficking Indian women for forced labor, including prostitution.

Five things Jeter could teach politicians

Thomas Basile wrote this piece for the Wall Street Journal a week ago. I found it in the intellectual conservative website.

Family of Quitman children found dead had history with CPS

A Quitman man was arrested by local law enforcement for tampering with a Wood County case.

Exclusive: Rabbi/Israeli soldier speaks out about the war in the Middle East

We see the pictures and hear the reports on the situation in Israel, but now, you'll get a chance to read what daily life is like for many Jewish people, and why one man feels it's his mission to tell this story across the United States
USDA releases list of Texas stores affected by Listeria recall

USDA releases list of Texas stores affected by Listeria recall

Great American Marketing, a Houston, Texas establishment, recalled Thursday approximately 475 pounds of FSIS and FDA-regulated, ready-to-eat products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S.

Horse rescue in East Texas going above and beyond

The Pegasus Project is a non-profit organization in East Texas that takes in the horses who are barely surviving and rehabilitates them.
Sex offender, accomplices arrested after burglary alarm tripped

Sex offender, accomplices arrested after burglary alarm tripped

A tripped burglary alarm at a Mt. Pleasant home led police to the arrests of a wanted sex offender and another man.

August highlights the benefits of Breastfeeding

Megan Martin with WIC, stopped by KETK to chat about Breastfeeding Awareness month in August. For more information go to www.healthyeasttx.org

'Go Texan' at Juls in Tyler

The Seventh Annual Go Texan Restaurant Round-Up kicked will wrap up on July, 27, 2014. The program promotes eating locally grown food at your favorite restaurant.

120-pound gator caught in Texas neighborhood

Later, gator! An alligator that caused a stir in a Texas neighborhood is gone. A homeowner in Cinco Ranch called authorities after seeing kids throw rocks at this six-foot long, 120-pound reptile.