TRAFFIC ALERT: Crews responding to accident on FM 346

According to DPS, the accident is near the intersection of FM 346 and Rhones Quarter Road.

Family confirms identity of motorcyclist killed in Gilmer Road crash

Main Street in Arp to close for bridge repairs

Accident causes power outages in Whitehouse

TRAFFIC ALERT: Crews responding to crash on Highway 31 in Tyler

Reel East Texas Film Festival attracts more than just fans

Longview Police: Man killed in motorcycle crash on Gilmer Road

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Bullard woman gets 4 years for Possession of Controlled Substance

‘Purple for Preemies’ raises awareness in downtown Tyler

Longview firefighters reunite with child they saved

Rahabillitated bald eagle released back into wild

Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office holds Fire Prevention Awards Ceremony

UPDATE: Juvenile who ran away from home has been found

Red Zone Forecast: Absolutely perfect evening for football

Here is your Red Zone Forecast for this evening.

Hughes Springs ISD dismisses classes early due to power outage

Hughes Springs ISD has dismissed students early due to a power outage.

Louisiana construction project impacting holiday traffic on I-20

A long-term construction project will impact holiday travels for East Texas drivers traveling to or from Louisiana.

Mt. Pleasant police urges residents to lock vehicles after reports of overnight burglaries

Mount Pleasant officials are reminding residents to ensure they have locked their vehicles after a string of vehicle burglaries were reported.

  GRAPHIC: Woman survives CA mass shooting, loses home in wildfire

DPS on scene of 3 separate wrecks, 1 involving school bus in Smith County

Friday’s weather: Warmer with highs in the mid to upper 60s

‘A lie’: Homeless man, couple who started $400K GoFundMe for him charged with theft, conspiracy

Friends, colleagues remember Tyler nurse killed in car crash

Northern California fire death toll reaches 63; Staggered evacuation plan questioned in fire’s aftermath

  Longview holds Thanksgiving prayer service

A sign of the coming holidays played out on an East Texas courthouse lawn.

LISD Academy prepares students for jobs with hands on training

East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy hopes to get students internships straight out of school.

7-year-old diabetic hopeful for a diabetic alert dog

A 7-year-old Frankston girl has been diagnosed with the rarest form of diabetes and her only wish is to get a service dog.

Trial for nurse accused of murder pushed back, attorneys move forward in civil cases

A continuance has been granted in the case of an East Texas nurse charged with capital murder.William George Davis is accused of inserting air into patients' arterial lines, seven of them died. He was working at CHRISTUS Mother Frances' Heart Hospital in Tyler, at the time.

East Texas firefighters join California wildfire battle

The death toll from the California fires has risen to fifty eight people, and now Longview firefighters are in the area of the Woolsey fire where they have been attached to a hands crew unit.

Wood County woman who embezzled $1.8 million sentenced to 80 months in federal prison

A 49-year-old, Hawkins, Texas, woman has been sentenced to federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today.

Two East Texans were sentenced to federal prison for trafficking meth

Two East Texas men have been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today.

Smith County grand jury indicts man who allegedly rammed Tyler PD patrol unit

A Smith County grand jury has indicted a 34-year-old man who allegedly rammed a Tyler Police Department patrol unit before fleeing from authorities back in September.

‘Very Derrick Christmas’ lights up Kilgore Main Street

A East Texas tradition will light up the Kilgore Main Street Thursday night.

Man in custody, faces arson charges after Longview apartment fire

The Longview Fire Department responded to a fire on Thursday.

Former UT-Tyler student found guilty of federal firearm violations

A Tyler man was found guilty of several federal firearm violations.

44-year-old Marshall woman dies in three-vehicle wreck on East End Blvd.

A 44-year-old Marshall woman died in a three-vehicle wreck that occurred in the 4200 block of town’s East End Boulevard South early Wednesday morning after her car was rear-ended and knocked into the path of a large truck.

Black Fork Creek area potentially affected by 100,000 gallons spilled sewage

The City of Tyler reports that a manhole was found surcharging gallons and gallons of domestic sewage Thursday.

TJC Academy of Dance to perform 30th annual presentation of ‘Nutcracker’ ballet

The Tyler Junior College Academy of Dance’s 30th-anniversary presentation of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet, “The Nutcracker,” is fast approaching and TJC Academy of Dance Director Carolyn Hanna is feeling a dizzying combination of excitement and pre-performance jitters.

Boil water notice rescinded for Craft-Turney Water Supply customers

Craft-Turney Water Supply has rescinded a recent boil water notice.

Lake Jacksonville reopens after water levels decrease

Lake Jacksonville has been reopened now that water levels have decreased.

Kacey Musgraves’ 'Golden Hour’ wins CMA Award for Best Album

Mineola native Kacey Musgraves took home the 2018 CMA Award for Best Album Wednesday night.

Plans to demolish old Palestine Memorial Hospital still underway

Plans are still underway to demolish what is considered to be one of the largest eye sores in Palestine.

‘Hee Haw’ host Roy Clark dies

A publicist said country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the TV show "Hee Haw" for nearly a quarter century, has died.

‘Santa for Seniors’ brings Christmas to our greatest generation

Several East Texas organizations work to make sure every child has a Merry Christmas, but sometimes our senior citizens get overlooked.It’s the friendliest and most giving time of year but, for some it can also be a depressing time of year and our seniors can get lost in the shuffle.

Jacksonville Fire Chief: No evidence of foul play found in hotel fire

Officials are investigating the cause of an early morning hotel fire in Jacksonville.

Lindale police asking for help with package theft investigation

The Lindale Police Department is asking for the public’s help with identifying an alleged package thief.

Man sentenced to life without parole for Longview double homicide

A suspect in a Longview double homicide received his sentence in a Gregg County courtroom.

7OnScene: Judge grants continuance in case of Tyler nurse charged with capital murder

A judge has granted a continuance in the case of a Tyler nurse charged with capital murder.

One killed in wreck near Whitehouse

One person was killed in a wreck Wednesday night.

Thursday’s Weather: Mostly sunny and cool. Afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 50s

Another chilly start with temperatures in the 20s this morning. Mostly sunny with a nice warm-up through afternoon.

Woman charged with animal cruelty after 44 dead dogs found in freezer

The rescued dogs were treated by animal shelter workers and taken to regional shelters for fostering or adoption.

Elderly woman who used wheelchair unable to escape when family dog attacked

The three family dogs were taken into custody by animal control, which will determine what will be done with them.

Secret service system could speed up trials

An east Texas police department is hoping to speed things up in the courtroom with a new state of the art system that collects evidence for a case, in just minutes.

City of Tyler purchases new equipment for Fun Forest pool

The city of Tyler is kicking up the fun at Fun Forest Park, on Wednesday the city council approved the purchase of new equipment for the parks pool area.

KLTV journalist Bob Hallmark featured speaker for Kilgore College’s ‘Day in the Life’ lecture series

he latest speaker for Kilgore College’s “A Day in the Life” series was a familiar face from KLTV.

City of Tyler to tackle four new improvement projects this fiscal year

The City of Tyler is planning to complete four additional improvement projects over the current fiscal year. The projects will be covered through the city's half cent sales tax fund.

Firefighters begin to see progress against deadly California blazes, as death toll rises to 59

The cause of the fires remains under investigation, but they broke out around the time and place two utilities reported equipment trouble.

Man dies after vehicle strikes his truck from behind in Wood County

On Tuesday, DPS troopers responded to a two-vehicle wreck on Hwy 37, north of Mineola in Wood County.

Gift of Love: Tiffany

As Tiffany, 11, prepped her art project at Pottery Café in Tyler, she described herself like the pallet of colors in front of her. “I like to go extraordinary,” said Tiffany. The sixth grader is bright, brilliant, and guaranteed to bring life to even the most dull situations.

East Texan speaks about sister after CA wildfire destroys home

East Texan is impacted by California wildfires.

East Texas rescue missions overwhelmed with visitors escaping cold

The arctic blast that hit East Texas has some rescue shelters bulging at the seems, with more people coming in out of the cold than they have beds to accommodate them. The Hiway 80 Rescue Missions men's and women's shelters in Longview are filled over capacity from freezing temperatures.

The Big Green Chair has been there for decades of Christmas wishes

A green velvet chair has stood witness to a hundred thousand Christmas wishes.

  Some turning to Daith piercing for migraine relief

If you've ever had a migraine, you know they can be debilitating.People who suffer from chronic migraines are now trying a unique type of ear piercing being used to ease the pain.

East Texas Symphony Orchestra Jazz Spectacular will feature famous saxophonist

The University of Texas at Tyler will be co-sponsoring the 2018 East Texas Symphony Orchestra Jazz Spectacular which will run from Thursday through Saturday.

Man careflighted from Noonday area house fire with burns to 10 percent of body

Noonday and Flint fire departments, as well as EMS and Air1, are at the scene of a residential fire.

Defense for Tyler nurse charged with capital murder asks for continuance

The defense for a nurse charged with capital murder is asking for more time to review the case.

1 dead after two-vehicle wreck in Marshall

A Winnsboro man died over the weekend after two-vehicle crash in Marshall.

Brownsboro ISD employee arrested, charged with improper relationship with student

A Brownsboro ISD employee has been charged with improper relationship between an educator and a student.

Victims in Panola County elderly neglect case treated for dehydration, hypothermia, cuts

Deputies with the Panola County arrested a couple on injury to elderly charges Sunday after they went to a house on FM 959 and found a woman lying on top of trash in the front yard. Another woman was found lying in her own waste.

Upshur County jury sentences Houston man to 80 years for drug charge

An Upshur County jury sentenced a man who tried to throw out a bag containing more than 16 grams of cocaine before a traffic stop to 80 years in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison.

Tyler ISD superintendent to present State of the District Address at Chamber of Commerce luncheon

The Tyler ISD superintendent will present the State of the District Address at the monthly Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Craft-Turney Water Supply’s recent boil water notice not related to previous ‘Do Not Use Order’

Craft-Turney Water Supply has confirmed a recent, still current, boil water notice is not related to the ‘Do Not Use Order’ that affected a significant number of customers in October.

Florida man arrested for ‘Mother of Satan’ bomb materials, sheriff says

Sheriff's deputies in Florida responded to the home of Jared Coburn, 37, on Tuesday, according to the office's Facebook post. Officers found jars of triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, a highly volatile white crystalline powder.

Tractor-trailer hauling cars catches on fire at Smith County truck stop

At least two cars were damaged when the tractor-trailer hauling various cars caught on fire Wednesday morning.

Carthage police: ‘Possible threat of violence’ made against school; juvenile arrested

Carthage police arrested a juvenile suspect who reportedly made a threat against Carthage Junior High School.

7OnScene: Tyler City Council Meeting, Nov. 14

Wednesday’s meeting of the Tyler City Council is underway.

Air Force pilot dies in plane crash at Laughlin AFB, TX

The Air Force T-38C Talon crashed at about 7:40 p.m. at the base. The injured pilot was taken to the hospital. The pilot’s condition wasn’t disclosed.

Girl, 6, hit with stray bullet fired by security guard outside McDonald’s

The 6-year-old was able to take some steps and lift her injured leg after undergoing a three-hour surgery to get the bullet removed.

ETX country artists compete on new show, ‘Real Country’

On November 13th, the Texas Music City Grill and Smokehouse, located in The Cannery Lindale, hosted a watch party for the community to cheer fellow Texans who are competing on REAL COUNTRY

Judge celebrates retirement after 28 years of service with special event

The judge was given a key to the city and commemorative flag that flew over the capital in Austin in his honor.

Better Business Bureau warns of holiday scam surfacing online

'Secret Sister' gift exchange compared to chain mail and pyramid schemes.

The Christmas trains are right around the bend

Huge model train display being set up at the Gregg County Historical Museum for viewing in December.