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Lindale 5th grade play moved to different location after complaint by 'Freedom From Religion Foundation'

Fifth graders at E.J. Moss Middle School of Lindale were scheduled to perform a musical theater program at the school on Thursday night titled, "In God We Trust."

Nashville Songwriters Association International to host workshop in Tyler

Nashville Songwriters Association International, (NSAI), announces the formation of a new regional workshop in Tyler, Texas, to serve the greater East Texas area.

Major one vehicle wreck in Longview

UPDATE: The name of the driver and condition have not been released at this time. Officials did tell FOX 51 the driver had serious injuries from the wreck.

Fatal auto-pedestrian accident south of Diboll

Angelina County DPS has confirmed that DPS officials and Diboll Police are on the scene of a fatal car and pedestrian accident on U.S. Highway 59 just south of Diboll.

Houses passes bill to bypass President Obama on Keystone Pipeline

House Republicans pushed through a bill Wednesday night to try and speed up approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The bill declared that a Presidential permit is not needed, effectively bypassing the President.

Great Grilling Tips to Make Summer Meals Sizzle

(StatePoint) Now that warmer weather and summer are upon us, grilling season is here again and families are taking meals outside to enjoy the sunshine.

Prosecutor in Bernie Tiede’s case to speak at showing of film

Thursday, May 23, Danny “Buck” Davidson, the Panola County District Attorney in the Bernie Tiede murder case, will speak at Liberty Hall before the showing of the 2011 film, “Bernie.”

Tyler Councilmen sworn into office today

Two Tyler councilmen were sworn into office today. Today in their regularly scheduled meeting, the Tyler City Council welcomed two new councilmen, Ed Moore who represents District 3 and John Nix who represents District 6.

ETX man sentenced 50 months in prison for drug trafficking violations

A Gregg County man was sentenced to 50 months in prison for methamphetamines violations.

Smith Co. residents sentenced for methamphetamine violations

Two Smith County, Texas residents have been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.