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Texas man charged with murdering 7-month-old

Texas man charged with murdering 7-month-old

The Bryan Police Department is investigating the alleged murder of a 7-month-old baby.
REPORT: FCC approves net neutrality

REPORT: FCC approves net neutrality

According to The Daily Caller, the FCC passed net neutrality by a 3-2 vote Thursday morning.
REPORT: Adrian Peterson to be reinstated

REPORT: Adrian Peterson to be reinstated

According to NBC Sports East Texan Adrian Peterson will be reinstated after his suspension was vacated by a judge
Coffee City mayor dies at age 78

Coffee City mayor dies at age 78

Coffee City officials confirmed Mayor Ray Wakeman died Wednesday at the age of 78. According to his son, Chris Wakeman, his father died of a massive stroke.
Crews working major wreck involving 18-wheeler on I-20

Crews working major wreck involving 18-wheeler on I-20

Emergency crews are on scene of a major wreck on Interstate 20.
Lopez & Kissinger Named ASC Hitter/Pitcher of the Week

Lopez & Kissinger Named ASC Hitter/Pitcher of the Week

 UT Tyler softball's Kristin Lopez and Alaina Kissinger were each recognized for their stellar performances this week by the American Southwest Conference. Lopez was named Co-Hitter of the Week while Kissinger was named Co-Pitcher.
Friday's UT Tyler Baseball Game Against UMHB Moved Up to 5 p.m.

Friday's UT Tyler Baseball Game Against UMHB Moved Up to 5 p.m.

 The UT Tyler baseball game scheduled for Friday at 6:30 p.m. has been moved up to a 5 p.m. start, head coach Chris Bertrand announced today.
UT Tyler Women's basketball Set to Host 2015 ASC Championship Tournament

UT Tyler Women's basketball Set to Host 2015 ASC Championship Tournament

 The American Southwest Conference announced on Saturday the bracket for the eight-team 2015 ASC Women's Basketball Championship Tournament, with Texas-Tyler earning the No.

Reviewing Wednesday's snow & our next winter weather chance

What a day it has been for our area!! Once the rain started very early Wednesday morning, questions were raised about if we would see any snow fall from the sky.
Power outages across east Texas

Power outages across east Texas

Sporadic power outages knocked lights out across east Texas Wednesday.
Mexican police escort travelers to ensure safety

Mexican police escort travelers to ensure safety

Mexican local and state police are now working together to escort you and allow you safe travels on the typically dangerous roads between neighboring cities in Mexico.
Carlisle, Rondo had heated exchange during 99-92 win over Toronto

Carlisle, Rondo had heated exchange during 99-92 win over Toronto

As the Raptors were in control of the game, Carlisle wanted Rondo to call a timeout.
Ryan Mallett says he wants to stay in Houston

Ryan Mallett says he wants to stay in Houston

During an appearance with teammates at Texas Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, quarterback Ryan Mallett made it clear that he’s hoping to sign a new contract that will keep him in Houston.
City of Tyler releases make-up trash schedule

City of Tyler releases make-up trash schedule

Today, Tyler Solid Waste will pick up Tuesday’s residential trash and recycling that they were unable to collect earlier because of weather issues.
Longview family displaced after early morning house fire

Longview family displaced after early morning house fire

 A Longview family is displaced after their house was damaged in an early morning fire Wednesday.