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TJC: Statue missing for 18 years returned to campus

On Thursday, Tyler Junior College announced stolen statue in 1995 on Easter Day April 16th, of long-time TJC President Dr. Harry Jenkins has been returned to campus after an 18-year-absence.

Planned Parenthood responds to Abortion Bill signing

On Thursday, Texas Governor Rick Perry signed wildly unpopular legislation that could virtually end access to safe and legal abortion in Texas.

'Loan Ranger Bandit' strikes in Central Texas

The "Loan Ranger Bandit" struck again, this time in Central Texas.

BREAKING: Perry signs abortion bill into law

Texas Governor Rick Perry signed the controversial abortion bill on Thursday, that gained widespread attention and spurred large protests in the Lone Star State's capital.

Neighborhood meeting to be held about Old Hickory Road closure

The City of Tyler will be hosting a neighborhood meeting about the Old Hickory Road closure.

18-wheeler knocks into a bridge in Lindale

An 18-wheeler wreck leaves a bridge in Lindale with some damage. It happened around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Interstate 20 and Highway 69.

Despite hot start, Mavs fall to 1-2 in summer-league play

After suffering an 86-80 defeat Sunday to Charlotte, the Mavericks (1-2) dropped their second straight outing with an 82-75 loss to end pre-tournament play.

Manziel: I ‘overslept’ at Manning camp

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, said he overslept at the Manning Passing Academy last weekend, and that’s why it was a “mutual decision” he left the prestigious gathering early las

ETX man convicted of theft from the elderly

It took less than 15 minutes for a Henderson County Jury on Tuesday to find Brian Keith Fugett, 36, of Trinidad, guilty of theft from an elderly person in the 392nd District Court.

Autopsy reveals names of two killed at Lake o’ the Pines

Marion County authorities on Monday identified a man and woman found dead inside a burned home near Lake O’ the Pines last week. Both were shot to death before the fire, said Marion County Sheriff David McKnight.