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Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 5:58pm
Why is ISIS so successful at luring Westerners?

Why is ISIS so successful at luring Westerners?

For a throng of radical anti-Western militants, ISIS is pretty good at getting Westerners to join them.

Azalea Trails bring in tourists

With more than ten miles of beauty, The Azalea Trails in Tyler is a treat for many East Texans. The Tyler gem is celebrating its 56th anniversary.
First full week of spring: A warm versus cold battle

First full week of spring: A warm versus cold battle

After a cloudy and cool weekend, it was great to see late day sunshine on Sunday. As we enter into this last full week of March & the first full week of spring, the clash of warm versus cold air will begin.
East Texas lawmaker's father rearrested after violating protective order

East Texas lawmaker's father rearrested after violating protective order

An East Texas lawmaker's father has been arrested again, just three days after being arrested on a stalking charge.
Ted Cruz to announce 2016 presidential bid on Monday

Ted Cruz to announce 2016 presidential bid on Monday

Ted Cruz is first out the gate.
PETRAEUS: ISIS isn't biggest long-term threat to region

PETRAEUS: ISIS isn't biggest long-term threat to region

 The biggest threat to Iraq's long-term stability isn't ISIS, according to Gen. David Petraeus, who led the U.S. surge during the Iraq War.
Democrats squabble over abortion

Democrats squabble over abortion

 Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid isn't just fighting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over abortion. He's tangling with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi too.
Washington police chief gets promised 'nasty-gram from Congress'

Washington police chief gets promised 'nasty-gram from Congress'

 The House committee investigating allegations of Secret Service misconduct during a bomb threat investigation is requesting that Washington's police chief brief lawmakers on the department's role in responding to bomb threats.
Battling childhood blindness and deafness

Battling childhood blindness and deafness

 When she was just 4 years old, Chelsea Elliott went blind in her left eye. Then, two years later, she lost hearing in her right ear.
Austin mayor outraged by 'white people only' stickers posted on businesses

Austin mayor outraged by 'white people only' stickers posted on businesses

 Someone is posting stickers that say "exclusively for white people" on businesses in the Texas capital of Austin. And the mayor is not amused.
Do fraternities make men behave badly?

Do fraternities make men behave badly?

 Allegations of hazing, racist chanting and sexual assault have become the unattractive face of college fraternities over the past few weeks.
Tiger shark attacks snorkeler in Hawaii

Tiger shark attacks snorkeler in Hawaii

 A 58-year old man from Overland Park, Kansas, is recovering from a shark attack in the waters off Hapuna Beach State Park on the Big Island of Hawaii.

"Bike Show" is the theme of a Tyler art show

Cork is hosting an art show Saturday night. The "Bike Show" will feature 13 local artists. There will be live music, food and art for sale. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Children's Advocacy Center of Smith County.
Fans petition Glastonbury fest organizers to replace Kanye West

Fans petition Glastonbury fest organizers to replace Kanye West

 Kanye West is well-known for rankling people on stage. Now he's getting his own virtual smackdown. One music fan in the UK wants him out of the Glastonbury Festival so bad, he's started a petition to make it happen.
THE 13th JUROR: Showdown in Watertown

THE 13th JUROR: Showdown in Watertown

  The brothers' last stand began with a ping.