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Mt. Enterprise releases students due to power outage; school will resume Thursday

MT. ENTERPRISE— The Mt. Enterprise school district dismissed classes early Wednesday due to power outages. All students were sent home around 1 p.m., and school officials are currently waiting on bus drivers to return.

City of Tyler forms homeless "round table"

TYLER — The task force launched by Mayor Bass to take a close look at homelessness in the City of Tyler presented a report of their findings to the Tyler City Council on Jan. 25, 2012.

Tyler council approves design of downtown parking garage

tyler — During their regularly held meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25, the Tyler City Council unanimously voted to authorize a contract with Walker Parking Consultants/Engineers, Inc.

Man steals check from Alto mailbox, uses it to buy gift cards

Crime Stoppers of Lufkin wants your help identifying a suspect in an investigation involving the theft of mail from one city, the fraudulent passing of a stolen check in a second city, and the use of ill-gotten gift cards in a third city.

Humane Society of East Texas

Gayle Helms with the Humane Society stops by Fox 51 Today with a precious small animal. Visit their website for more information.      

Edible Art

Kaci talks deliocious treats with Joyce and Debbie from Edible Art in Longview. Take some time to stop by the little shop and get some ideas to spice up your Valentine's Day gifts.

Smith County receiving complaints about campaign signs

SMITH COUNTY — The Smith County Road and Bridge department has received several calls about campaign signs placed in the County right of way, Assistant Road and Bridge Administrator Charley Miller said on Tuesday.

UPDATE: Nacogdoches stabbing victim in stable condition

The stabbing victim, Orlin Nunez, remains in stable condition, according to the Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel.

Scrap metal thieves caught in act by concerned neighbor

Two people are caught in the act of stealing for scrap metal money, thanks to a watchful neighbor.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush in Tyler on Tuesday

Literacy Council of Tyler is pleased to announce that Former First Lady Barbara Bush will be returning to Tyler for a Celebration of Literacy on Tuesday, Jan. 24. The lunch event will be held at Harvey Hall with Mrs.