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Judge the Florist

Kathy Bigansky, owner of Tyler's Judge the Florst, shows off some flower arrangement her shop offers.

Jury chosen in Lufkin bleach injections case

LUFKIN (AP) — Jury selection is entering a third week in Lufkin the case of a former dialysis nurse accused of killing five patients by injecting them with bleach.

Gas leak shuts down intersection in Troup

TROUP — A gas leak in Troup temporarily shut down the intersection of Duval and Mary Street.

UT-Tyler teams up with Discovery Science Place

TYLER — The Discovery Science Place and The University of Texas at Tyler have combined resources to enhance the educational programming available to the community.

Texas attorney general accepts state redistricting maps

AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today issued the following statement on the proposed interim redistricting maps for Texas' 2012 elections:

Drought tests water rights system

Early this past month, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality issued a notice to a handful of East Texas groups in the Sabine River basin: Their rights to river water will be suspended because a Hawkins hunting and fishing club needs mor

Longview ISD school becomes ‘flagship’ for world charity

J.L. Everhart Elementary School and its students have become the first school in the world to join with an international organization dedicated to easing human suffering for amputees in developing countries.

Tyler Police investigating dead body

We have learned a 64-year-old white man collapsed while on a walk with others on Garden Valley Road. His body is being taken to Dallas for autopsy.

A twist on chocolate with Jamie's Spa

Jamie from Jamie's Spa in Palestine talks about the cleansing powers of our favorite dessert, chocolate.

One vehicle wreck kills three in Rusk County

DPS officials tell KETK three men were found dead Saturday night after their car hit a tree on Highway 42 in Rusk County.