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Former REL, LSU star cut by Raiders

According to NBC Sports, the Oakland Raiders have released former Robert E. Lee quarterback and LSU standout, Matt Flynn. Flynn was traded to the Raiders from the Seahawks earlier this year.

Harrison County investigators seeking help in finding oil equipment thief

Harrison County officials are asking for assistance from the public for an oil equipment theft. County investigators are seeking public assistance in identifying a suspect in a theft that happened back in September.

Fire contained at Longview railcar plant

The Longview Fire Department tells KFOX51 crews have contained a fire at the American Railcar Industries Plant at 300 Stevens Street.

Sheriff Larry Smith to hold town hall meeting in Lindale

Sheriff Larry Smith will hold a town hall meeting October 8 from 6:00 p.m., until 7:30 p.m., at the Lindale High School Cafeteria, located at 920 East Hubbard Street.

October 7 deadline for voter registration in November 5 elections

Monday, October 7, is the deadline to vote in the November 5 elections.

Robert E. Lee students host special homecoming celebration

Homecoming is an exciting time of year for students. Sparkly mums, festivegarters and school dances help mark the fun fall tradition.

Gohmert speaks frankly on government shutdown

U.S. Representative Louie Gohmert released the following statement concerning the government shutdown and the destructive government healthcare takeover:

Tyler Fire Department reminds residents to ‘Prevent Kitchen Fires’

It's time for Fire Prevention Week, and from October 6-12 the Tyler Fire Department is joining forces with the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association to remind Tylerites to "Prevent Kitchen Fires."

Tyler Senior Center to close for one week in October for maintenance

The Tyler Senior Center will be having a week long closure this month. The center plans to close to the public from October 21 to October 26 for maintenance and it will reopen on Monday, October 28.

Record number of parties register for Texas Against Crime

A record number of parties have registered for Texans Against Crime tomorrow night. Tyler residnets have succeeded in surpassing last year's total of registered block parties for the annual Texas Against Crime.