The smoke from wildfires in California is spreading across the country and causing haze in certain parts of the country like East Texas which is causing problems for individuals with respiratory illnesses.
Dr. Renee Hebbeler-Clark has been busy treating not only a growing number of COVID-19 patients, but also those who have recovered from the virus and are still experiencing lingering health effects. She’s one of a team of doctors who have seen patients since the hospital’s COVID-19 recovery clinic opened in May.
Deputy City Manager Stephanie Franklin spoke about the community coming together to give the area a facelift. Franklin said planning efforts began in 2017 and $27 million was raised within the community for the project.
The PCSO located Jerry Dale Jones II and Suzanna Braswell Sharman along with methamphetamine, synthetic marijuana, a firearm, stolen items from the burglary, sheets of counterfeit money being printed in their motel room, and the truck used in the burglary seen in the video, according to investigators.
District Judge Austin Reeve Jackson held a press conference Wednesday in response to a lawsuit in which he is named by Whole Woman’s Health as a challenge to Senate Bill 8, also known as the fetal heartbeat bill.
KLTV’s Lexi Vennetti reports from the Literacy Council of Tyler’s annual spelling bee competition. As is tradition, the various participating groups dressed up in an array of silly costumes for the occasion.
The meeting concerns La Nana Bayou, a 32-mile freshwater stream that extends from the Angelina River south of Nacogdoches in Nacogdoches County to the upstream portion of the stream north of Nacogdoches in Nacogdoches County.
While vaccination mandates have gained traction among employers, many of the companies adopting requirements have mostly office workers who are already largely vaccinated and are reluctant to work alongside those who aren’t.
An FBI supervisory special agent based in Louisiana allegedly exposed himself to multiple children and molested one child in a period from 2018 to 2019, and the alleged crimes took place in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas, according to a Smith County affidavit.