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Tyler gas station robbed, suspect flees with undetermined amount of money

Tyler Police were called to a robbery at a local gas station. It happened late Friday night at 9:40 p.m. at the Food Fast gas station at 6400 block of S. Broadway Avenue.

Tyler City Councilman announces mayoral campaign

Martin Heines is a Tyler native, a small business owner and property manager/investor. He earned a BBA degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1985 and the MAI Appraisal designation from the Appraisal Institute in 2000.

Campbell's Soup recalls SpaghettiOs with meatballs recalled in TX

Campbell’s Soup Supply Company LLC, a Paris, TX establishment, is recalling 1,920 cans of SpaghettiOs with Meatballs due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.

Body found in ETX parking lot identified

The Lufkin Police Department detectives are continuing to investigate the death of a man found Wednesday, in the 1300 block of Kurth Drive<

Wood County, Cherokee County placed under burn ban

According to Wood County and Cherokee County officials, the counties are now under a burn ban. All outdoor burning is prohibited until further notice.

BIG 12 NEWS: Kansas looks to overcome last year's dismal season

Coming off a 1-11 season, the Kansas Jayhawks look to bounce back this year. Kansas has not beaten a BIG 12 team since Colorado in 2010. The Jayhawks look to up their efforts after adding many ju-co players and transfers.

Minors can no longer use tanning salons

When she was 16, Cheri Huber considered her skin splotchy and pasty. She began to go to a tanning salon about three times a week.

BIG 12 NEWS: Iowa state opens season against Northern Iowa

The Iowa State Cyclones will play their season opener against a solid FCS program, Northern Iowa.

WiFi hotspot protection: Keep hackers out

These days, your smartphone knows just about everything.It knows your name, your number, your friends' birthdays, your favorite songs and even your exact location.

100th high school football season begins in Gilmer

Thursday was the opening night of high school football in Northeast Texas, as the perennial powerhouse — the Gilmer High School Buckeyes — opened their 100th season on the gridiron in a contest at home against the Atlanta High Schoo