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The last public meetings on the TISD bond issue

We’re in the home stretch in the campaign for the TISD bond issue. Many local groups have endorsed the school bonds, but opponents have mounted a well-funded campaign as well.

Early voting more popular this election

TYLER - Media reports show state-wide the number of people voting early this year has nearly doubled compared to mid-term elections in 2006. The local elections offices show an increase but it's not as dramatic.

Noonday Fire Department Chief resigns

NOONDAY -- A police report states a repo man went to Noonday Volunteer Fire Department to repossess a car. The report says the car's owner is James Broome-- a volunteer firefighter.

Grassroots America: T.I.S.D. expenses getting higher

TYLER - Grassroots members say the spending has to stop. The group recently released more information in an attempt to stop the nearly $90 million bond. The new information from the group targets T.I.S.D. cost to the average taxpayer.

Wood County officials release Most Wanted list

Wood County released a Most Wanted list as of 10/28/10. If you know the whereabouts of any of these people, please contact your local authorities.

Chapel Hill murder investigation continues

New Chapel Hill - Smith County Sheriffs tell KETK the investigation continues for the murder of Amanda Anderson. Anderson, 19, was shot and killed last month in her parent's house.

No proof of citizenship required for voter registration

Filling out a voter registration card doesn't require a proof of citizenship. Elections officials say you just have to prove who you are.

Handguns on college campuses: Texas lawmakers debate

TEXAS- A debate about allowing handguns on college campuses is rekindled after a shooting at the University of Texas last month.

Two dogs seized, turned over to Humane Society

At an animal disposition hearing held today, City of Longview Municipal Court Judge Larry Merriman ordered that two dogs seized by Longview Animal Control officers be turned over immediately into the care and custody of the Humane Society of No

Tyler man pleads guilty to dealing meth

TYLER, Texas – A 34-year-old Tyler, Texas man has pleaded guilty to trafficking methamphetamine in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.