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ETX man accused of 'severely' beating 76-year-old

ETX man accused of 'severely' beating 76-year-old

Police said a Trinity man was arrested last week after he "severely assaulted" a 76-year-old man earlier this month.

Students developing nail polish to detect date rape drugs

A group of college students are taking on a huge problem on campus. They're developing a new kind of nail polish that can be used to detect date rape drugs.
Tyler man killed in overnight crash

Tyler man killed in overnight crash

One person was killed early Tuesday morning when a vehicle left the road and struck a tree about two miles north of Tyler.
Tyler cyclist in stable condition after being hit by SUV

Tyler cyclist in stable condition after being hit by SUV

An East Texas bicyclist who was hit by an SUV Tuesday evening is now in stable condition at a local hospital.
Search intensifies for New Jersey man missing in Israel

Search intensifies for New Jersey man missing in Israel

Israeli police have stepped up their search for a New Jersey man who went missing while hiking in a forest outside Jerusalem.
Israel, Hamas agree to open-ended Gaza truce with core issues left unresolved

Israel, Hamas agree to open-ended Gaza truce with core issues left unresolved

After more than seven weeks of heavy fighting, Israel and Hamas have agreed to an open-ended ceasefire.
Ukraine's President urges 'resolute actions' to bring peace

Ukraine's President urges 'resolute actions' to bring peace

Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has made a call for peace following one-to-one talks in Belarus with Russia's President Vladimir Putin over the conflict wracking eastern Ukraine.
TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement August 27, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement August 27, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Wednesday, August 27, 2014: 9:00 am to 10:00 am 4200 Hwy 31 W. 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm 2300 Frankston Hwy. 

DEA reclassifying prescription pain killers

Pain killers containing hydrocodone will now be reclassified from a schedule 3, to a schedule 2.

Net Health prepares for back to school immunizations

Back to school is a busy time for parents and students. Not only are East Texans adjusting to new schedules and activities, many are waiting in long lines at the doctor, to get seventh graders and kindergartners immunized. 
Pair wanted after escaping Polk Co. deputies during chase

Pair wanted after escaping Polk Co. deputies during chase

Polk County authorities are looking for two people who escaped deputies during a car chase Tuesday morning.
Rep. Simpson says 2013 vote has 'nothing to do with Gov. Perry's indictment'

Rep. Simpson says 2013 vote has 'nothing to do with Gov. Perry's indictment'

 Representative David Simpson says claims he was one of the 'so-called Republicans that helped indict Governor Rick Perry' are false and ridiculous.

UT Tyler mental health program becomes nationally accredited

University of Texas at Tyler professors said they believe mental health is a hot topic right now, and this is why they have decided to expand their services in the College of Psychology and Counseling.

Army soldier receives surprise homecoming greeting in Tyler

Sergeant First Class Rodney Eubanks was able to return home to Tyler Tuesday after spending more than 20 years in the military. Eubanks has been stationed in several parts of the world including Egypt and a 15 month tour in Afghanistan.

Smith County Commissioners 2015 budget has some uneasy

In a 3 to 2 vote, the Smith County Commissioners passed the 2015 budget and property tax rate. The approved budget will raise property taxes, fund two county administrative positions and increase employee benefits.