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Domestic violence and the holidays

The Christmas season is both joyous and stressful. And in a recession, the pressures are even greater.

'The Almond Tree' lends a helping hand to East Texans

JACKSONVILLE - The holidays are here - and this time of the year, some folks need a helping hand.

Three East Texans sentenced for cold pills

TYLER, Texas – Three East Texas residents have been sentenced to federal prison for drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. The sentencing hearings were held this morning before U.S.

Driver records now available instantly online

Texas drivers can now order their driving records online and print them out immediately instead of waiting to have the record mailed to them.

2 arrested with drugs

On Sunday at around 7:38 p.m., officers responded to a shots fired call in the 600 block of South Mobberly Avenue. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that a white male, identified as 24-year-old Cruz Rodriguez, had shot at him.

Police looking for alleged gunman

On Wednesday at around 11:20 p.m., officers responded to the 100 block of Sidney St in reference to a shooting.

Janie's Cakes

TYLER - Janie Clapp has been baking cakes for as long as she can remember.

Out of state handgun licenses causing controversy

TYLER - Becoming a concealed handgun carrier in the state of Texas allows someone to legally carry a firearm, but there is a process you have to go through to get there.

Police investigate multiple burglaries at Cambridge Apartments

Over Thanksgiving break, Tyler police say there were multiple burglaries at Cambridge Apartments.

'Cyber Monday' skipping sales tax in most cases

Today is "Cyber Monday" - a day when customers hit the Internet for online deals. But many may not realize, most online sales are without sales tax.