“Clear the Shelters” a huge success across East Texas

"Clear the Shelters" day was a success for East Texas shelters and families.

3-year-old girl found alone on boat in Texas; father’s body recovered nearby

A young girl was found alone on a boat the day after she and her father took it out on Lake Granbury. Hours later, her father's body was recovered, not far from where the boat was found.
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  Owner of ‘Heist Jewelry’ hit with sledgehammer, still fights off robbers

Security camera footage shows the owner of ironically named Heist Jewelry tending to his inventory at 2:40 p.m. A masked suspect runs into the store and smashes a display case with a sledgehammer.


  Canadians join other fire academy cadets for firefighting in Texas heat

Pittsburg Elementary teachers flush forlorn student bathrooms, create fabulous facilities with art

  East Texans share ‘intentional acts of kindness'

  Smith County prepares for burn bans

  Bullard police asking public help identifying 9 Exxon burglary suspects

Bullard police are hoping someone can help find nine suspects who burglarized a gas station and store on Hwy 69.
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  At least 13 people arrested at Portland, Oregon, protest

Police arrested at least 13 people and seized metal poles, bear spray and other weapons Saturday as hundreds of far-right protesters and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators swarmed downtown Portland, Oregon.

Officials searching for Gilmer teen missing since May

  Tyler police: Six suspects stole large number of Apple products from Best Buy

  City of Tyler to enforce tire disposal fee

  Dozens attend ribbon-cutting ceremony for Longview’s new Guthrie Trail

Dustin Burrows resigns as Texas House GOP Caucus chairman amid allegations of targeting Republicans

  Students bond over return to school during Grace Community School field day

  East Texas teacher’s wishes granted with ‘Clear The Lists’

  How to spot signs of heatstroke in pets

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  Family finds live frog in carton of organic salad greens

One Wisconsin family found a living frog in the packaged organic salad greens they bought from a grocery store.


Report: Josh McCown to sign with Philadelphia Eagles

  Coach Traylor says ‘effort, ball security’ are non-negotiable in football

The dog days of summer only applies to everyone else, not high school football players who report to camp ready for a grueling season.


  Historic cemetery vandalized, causing more than $120,000 in damages

  Tyler police investigate sexual assault at apartment complex

  East Texas women’s shelter at capacity during heat, in need of donations

  Decorated soldier inspires Tyler ISD teachers

  Longview Fire Department gets automatic resuscitation devices

CPR can save a life, but it can be a difficult challenge for EMTs to perform it for extended periods of time. A new piece of equipment at the Longview Fire Department automates CPR.
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  Doctors warn of fallout from new immigration rule

Doctors and public health experts warn of poor health and rising costs they say will come from sweeping Trump administration changes that would deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid, as well as food stamps and other forms of public assistance.

UT Tyler expanding nursing program to fill gap in statewide nurse shortage

  ERCOT asks Texans to conserve electricity through 7 p.m.

Crews responding to multi-vehicle wreck on I-20 at Toll 49

Texas Education Agency releases accountability ratings