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24 lbs. of 'I don't know'

We've been through the "Obamacare" debacle when Nancy Pelosi said, "We need to pass the bill so we could see what was in it," and every time I type that line, I cannot believe she was not laughed out of the country.

Texas Senator, Robert Nichols, releases statement for failing to address SJR 2 bill

Republican Texas Senator Robert Nichols released a statement on the failure to address the SJR 2 bill.

Texas most wanted fugitive arrested in California

A Texas Most Wanted fugitive has been arrested in California. Ricco Leo Torres, 33, is a top 10 Texas Most Wanted Fugitive and Barrio Azteca gang member. He is now in custody after being arrested on Tuesday in California.

Tyler PD warns of internet scams

The Tyler Police Department is receiving an increasing amount of fraud cases where citizens are being defrauded of sums of money due to craigslist scams on the internet.

TWPD operations seize 2 tons of marijuana

Texas Game Wardens seized thousands of feet of gill net and nearly two tons of marijuana.

Liberty Hall to show 1978 'Superman'

The City of Tyler’s Liberty Hall will present the 1978 film “Superman” on June 27 at 7 p.m. This blockbuster film is directed by Richard Donner and stars Christopher Reeve as the “Man of Steel.”

SUV crashes into Longview business, damages other cars

One person has been taken to a local hospital in stable condition after he crashed his SUV into a Longview business Wednesday morning.

Master plan unveiled for Stewart Park

Wednesday, at their regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council voted unanimously to approve the adoption of a master plan for Gladys and T.B. Stewart Park.

Tyler names new City Attorney

During today’s Tyler City Council meeting, City Manager Mark McDaniel announced the appointment of the new City attorney, Deborah Pullum.

Smith Co. residents to take place in July 4th open carry celebration, march

This Independence Day, residents of Smith County will be celebrating the natural rights protected under the U.S. Constitution by openly carrying rifles, muzzles down, slung over shoulders.