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Gentle yoga offered at Tyler Senior Center

The Tyler Senior Center will offer “Gentle Senior Yoga” classes starting Tuesday, July 9. Classes are scheduled for 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at the Senior Center located at 1915 Garden Valley Road.

Henderson Co. ADA Justin Weiner recognized for community service

Monday morning, Eustace Police Chief Ken Holder along with District Attorney Scott McKee, took time to recognize efforts made by one of McKee’s prosecutors for his dedication and service to the citizens of Eustace and Henderson County.

165 students meet in ETX to improve living conditions of people across U.S., Canada

More than 16,000 students made a decision to pay money out of their own pockets in order to help improve living conditions of people across the United States and Canada.

No arrest made after fatal Gregg County stabbing

Gregg County Sheriff’s deputies hadn’t made any arrests but said they have identified a so-called person of interest in the Monday morning stabbing death of a Kilgore man.

Pine Tree, Spring Hill ISDs beef up security systems

Work is wrapping up at one Gregg County school district and beginning at another on measures to heighten security.

Longview officials to weigh feasibility of natural gas

City of Longview staff members are considering switching to CNG trucks if council members agree to a comprehensive revamp of the city’s sanitation collection system.

Lafayette woman arrested for human trafficking of pre-teen

A Lafayette woman is in jail tonight, and a child is free from continued abuse, following a lengthy human trafficking investigation by Detectives with Louisiana State Police.

UPDATE: Harrison County officials asking for assistance looking for an autistic child

UPDATE 10:03 P.M. Hunter Ballew has been found and returned home. He was found on I-20 approximately 1 mile from his residence. He was located at 9:56 PM by a family member who was assisting in the search.

Tyler soccer team heads to Chicago for regional tourney

Some East Texas soccer stars are heading to Chicago. The '98 Azzurri girl's team will play in the US Club Regional. If they play well enough, they have a chance to qualify for the national tourney.