Luminant and Tyler Junior College creating success with Power Track Program

Luminant Power Company and Tyler Junior College have collaborated to create the Power Track program that is proving to be more than successful for the students enrolled in it.

Kids celebrate Fourth of July with parade at Stepping Stone Preschool

Fourth of July week kicked off in Tyler with the annual parade at Stepping Stone Preschool.

'Divergent' star to play East Texas pianist in biopic

East Texas is headed to Hollywood! Earlier this week Crystal City Entertainment announced an upcoming movie about international pianist and former Kilgore resident Van Cliburn.
World Cup: USA dream shattered by Belgium

World Cup: USA dream shattered by Belgium

The U.S. soccer team lost its World Cup match Tuesday against Belgium, 2-1.

Vandals spray paint '666' on Dallas church, landmarks

Police in Dallas are trying to figure out if they have a hate crime on their hands after someone spray-painted 666 on a half-dozen Dallas landmarks.

Local doctors seeing cases of summer flu

This is something we would normally be talking about during the fall and winter, but local doctors say they're seeing cases of the flu lately.

Enjoy some Christmas spirit during the summer season

It's never to early to start your Christmas shopping!  You can get a jump start at this year's Christmas in July event being held at the Tyler Rose Garden Center.
GRACO recalls 1.9 million infant, toddler car seats

GRACO recalls 1.9 million infant, toddler car seats

GRACO has released the following recall on 1.9 million infant and toddler car seats:
Inmates compromise locks at ETX jail, temporarily moved

Inmates compromise locks at ETX jail, temporarily moved

On Monday June 30, 2014, the Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office Detention Staff observed that the inmate population within the Van Zandt County Jail had discovered a method to compromise the high security locking systems within the fa
Texas cheerleader's hunting photos at center of controversy

Texas cheerleader's hunting photos at center of controversy

EDITOR'S NOTE: Pictures in this story could be considered graphic in nature and are not suitable for all audiences.
T-Mobile charged customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees - FTC

T-Mobile charged customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees - FTC

T-Mobile says it's on a mission to help customers by reshaping the U.S. wireless industry. But the company is now accused of hitting those same customers with hundreds of millions of dollars in bogus charges.
SO: Harrison County jailer admits to having sex with inmate

SO: Harrison County jailer admits to having sex with inmate

Harrison County officials arrested a former jailer after it was learned she had sex with an inmate, according to the sheriff's department.

Texas officers' photo of kindness goes viral

Two police officers in Texas are getting praise after a photo of them buying groceries for a needy family hit the web. It's a photo that's gone viral in Victoria-- two police officers and a basket of groceries.
FIFA: U.S. World Cup fans most active online; Texas top 5 in states

FIFA: U.S. World Cup fans most active online; Texas top 5 in states

The results of Tuesday's knockout-round match with Belgium remain to be seen. But online, Team USA is already a World Cup winner.
New York cop's conviction in cannibal case overturned

New York cop's conviction in cannibal case overturned

The conviction of a former New York police officer for conspiring to kidnap, torture, cook and eat women has been overturned by a federal judge, who ruled that the evidence against him amounted to "fantasy role-play."