LeTourneau University engineering students have won first place in the Engineering World Health international competition for a non-invasive, hand-held, rugged, low-cost device designed to help diagnose iron deficiency in patients in developing countries.
Downtown Tyler will look a bit more “heavenly” starting Thursday. The "Wings of Tyler’ art project is set to be unveiled on the facade of the building at the corner of South Broadway Avenue and Erwin Street.
For Alex, 15, every day is an adventure. "He's just such a good boy," said Alex's foster mother Yvonne Dixon. "I got him when he was 7 years old." Dixon's role as Alex's caretaker has been especially important for his health.
Family and a community are rallying to the aid of a well known and respected East Texas school safety officer. Pittsburg ISD safety officer Robin Molloy, was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in May. The sudden sickness has her facing a medical fight for survival.