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TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 22, 2014

TYLER POLICE: Traffic enforcement July 22, 2014

Tyler Police traffic enforcement for Tuesday, July 22, 2014: 8:00 am to 9:00 am 1700 WNW Loop 323. 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm 1000 SSE. Loop 323. 
Kerry seeks Gaza cease-fire amid rising casualties

Kerry seeks Gaza cease-fire amid rising casualties

The death toll continues to mount on both sides of the Gaza conflict as the United States pushes for a halt to fighting between Hamas and Israel.
Train carrying bodies of MH17 victims heads across Ukraine

Train carrying bodies of MH17 victims heads across Ukraine

A train carrying 282 bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrived in Kharkiv, Ukraine, getting the bodies one step closer to their grieving families around the world.
High-speed chase through Kilgore ends in an arrest

High-speed chase through Kilgore ends in an arrest

East Texas officials tell KETK a high speed chase through Kilgore has ended. At least one person was arrested when the chase ended outside the city limits. Details are limited at this time.

Jacksonville works hard to maintain grass growth

Although rain is a good thing during the summer months, it isn't always ideal for those trying to keep up with landscaping. Jacksonville has approximately 600 acres of parks and cemeteries.

Henderson lawman will retire after 40 years of service

One longtime East Texas lawman will be hanging up his holster at the end of the month. When the sun goes down on July 31st, don't expect a big sendoff for Henderson Police chief Ronnie walker
Longview PD seeking identities of beauty burglars

Longview PD seeking identities of beauty burglars

Longview authorities are asking for the public's assistance in identifying burglars in a recent crime at a local business.

Apollo 11 artifacts on display at Letourneau

 It's been 45 years since the first man walked on the Moon. But, did you know there's pieces of that historic flight right here in East Texas?

Local game wardens assisting at the Texas-Mexico border

The current crisis at the Texas-Mexico border has many Texas peace officers are working around the clock.

Kilgore alters $1.5 million ball park plans

The city of Kilgore is ready to begin construction on a new baseball complex for the community. However there is one problem-- the recent building estimates came in far more expensive than the $1.5 million budget allows. 
Gov. Perry issues statement on Texan killed serving in Israeli army

Gov. Perry issues statement on Texan killed serving in Israeli army

Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement following the death of Sean Carmeli, a Texan serving in the Israeli army.
1 killed, 3 injured in weekend crash near Longview

1 killed, 3 injured in weekend crash near Longview

One person was killed and three others were injured in a head-on collision over the weekend in Harrison County.

Video: Church loses pews in Longview warehouse fire

The Longview Fire Department  responded to a structure fire at a warehouse on Mopac Road in Longview Monday afternoon.
Texas country star to attempt Guinness record

Texas country star to attempt Guinness record

Texas country star Roger Creager is looking to break the Guinness world record for largest river float in just a few days.
Border Patrol seizes $1.5M of marijuana hidden in lime shipment

Border Patrol seizes $1.5M of marijuana hidden in lime shipment

Officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations at the Pharr International Bridge seized $1,489,000 worth of marijuana that was discovered within a commercial shipment of fresh limes.