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Tyler mall to host back to school fashion show

In collaboration with Teen Vogue’s 2nd Annual ‘Back-To-School Saturday’ initiative, Broadway Square Mall will hold its "Back At It" festivities on Saturday, August 17 from 1:00 p.m., – 4:00 p.m.

City sales tax figures up 6 percent

Tyler sales tax revenues for the month of August have grown six percent as compared to August 2012, resulting in a cumulative fiscal year-to-date increase of 4.19 percent.

Glass Recreation Center to host dance concert

The City of Tyler's Glass Recreation Center will host a double concert featuring Tyler's own FLY KiDS and the Houston based FLY Dance Company on Friday, August 16, 2013 from 3:10 p.m. to 5 p.m. at 501 W. 32nd St.

City tax figures up six percent

Information from the Texas Comptroller indicates that the City of Tyler sales tax revenues to be deposited for the month of August have grown 6 percent as compared to August of 2012 resulting in a cumulative fiscal year-to-date increase of 4.19

VIDEO: Retired home builder, Navy sailor rebuilding homes for West veterans

The explosion in West, Texas killed 15 people and destroyed homes, businesses and other buildings within 37 blocks. Months after the destruction, one man is taking the initiative to rebuild his community.

VIDEO: Beware of 'sliders'

You're watching surveillance video of a woman filling up her SUV. See how the silver car pulls up next to her like just another customer.

BREAKING: Man killed in Tyler Pipe accident identified

One person is dead after the industrial vehicle he was riding fell into a hole at Tyler Pipe.

Harrison Co. officials seeking burglary suspect

Harrison County investigators are seeking information from the public regarding the identification of a suspect that is involved in a burglary on the west side of Harrison County.

Harrison Co. rounds up warrants for indicted drug suspects

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputies conducted a Wednesday morning  round-up of nine suspected drug dealers in eastern Harrison County.

REPORT: Broker paid Manziel $7,500 for signings because he wanted new car rims

A memorabilia broker is claiming he paid Texas A&M quarterback, Johnny Manziel, $7,500 for signing around 200 mini- and normal-sized football helmets on the weekend of January 11th and 12th.