Police searching for ETX woman accused of passing counterfeit bills to local businesses

Police searching for ETX woman accused of passing counterfeit bills to local businesses

The Tyler Police Department is searching for a woman who allegedly passed counterfeit money to two local businesses.

Unattended cooking fire damages kitchen, living room at local duplex

An unattended cooking fire damaged a kitchen and living room of a duplex in Longview.
Fighting intensifies in Gaza as Israel warns of lengthy campaign

Fighting intensifies in Gaza as Israel warns of lengthy campaign

Three weeks into the Gaza conflict, fighting is intensifying, the death toll is climbing and Israel has warned its citizens to be ready for a prolonged battle.
TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 29, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 29, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Tuesday, July 29, 2014: 8:00 am to 9:00 am 3300 Hwy. 69 N. 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm 900 S. Beckham. 

Keeping Texas beef quality high

Tuesday morning, East Texas ranchers and beef producers will get first hand knowledge concerning the best ways keep their herds up to the highest standards.

Winston 8 Ranch conserves Longleaf Pine Trees

In East Texas, pine trees are king. However now the Loblolly and slash pines dominate the landscape, while longleaf pines have been drastically reduced.

Hay Show sample entries due August 14-15

The 30th annual Smith County Hay Show will kick off on september 22nd, the first monday of the East Texas State Fair. All entry samples should be submitted on the 14th or 15th of August, at 1 of the 8 locations within the county.
Texas convenience store owner steals nearly $2 million from SNAP program

Texas convenience store owner steals nearly $2 million from SNAP program

Two North Texas men have been sentenced for their roles in a massive food stamp fraud scheme that caused nearly $2 million in losses to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R.
ETX man charged with murder in wife's 2011 death

ETX man charged with murder in wife's 2011 death

An East Texas man accused of beating his wife was indicted Monday for murder. The indictment supplanted an assault charge.

Great Texas Balloon Race brings inflation of business to Gregg County

The 36th annual Great Texas Balloon Race will officially kick off Friday at 6:30 in the morning. It brings with it some impressive economic benefits for Gregg County.

Buckner shoe drive kicks off in East Texas

The Buckner shoe drive has begun and East Texas businesses are getting involved. Several local businesses have opted to be host locations for shoe drop-offs. The shoes donated will be sent to Dallas where the fundraiser originally began.

Smith county using 3D surveying for oil and gas exploration

If you live in Smith County, the past week you've probably seen big trucks holding up traffic. What they're doing is called 3D seismic surveying.
ETX commissioner catches burglar climbing through window

ETX commissioner catches burglar climbing through window

An East Texas county commissioner was involved in the capture of a teenager burglarizing a home Monday.

Higher One lawsuit may affect local college students

The country's leading provider of college campus debit cards is settling a $15 million lawsuit because they were over charging students. Tyler Junior College is one of the many colleges across the country that use this debit account.
Texas man allegedly sends hundreds of white powder hoax letters

Texas man allegedly sends hundreds of white powder hoax letters

A Rowlett, Texas, man was arrested this morning by special agents with the FBI and inspectors with the U.S.