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Smith Co. Sheriff's Office announces new public information officer

Today, the Smith County Sheriff’s Office announced the addition of John Moore as its new Public Information Officer (PIO). Moore is expected to join the department later this month.

Transforming your home with 'Blue Print Too'

The owners of 'Blue Print Too' in Tyler talk to Ben about unique interior design items that can transform a room!

BBB presents Dave Anderson

Mechele Mills guest Dave Anderson spoke to us about his up coming workshop where he will discuss how West Point's principles grows you as a leader and helps you build leaders within your organization.

Robotic Heart Surgery with Bill Turner, M.D.

Heart surgeon Bill Turner stops by to talk about new advancements in robotic heart surgery. For more information head to the Trinity Mother Frances website.

Hair Styles of 2013 with Michael Risher

Michael Risher with Shear Decadence Hair Salon stops by to show us some of the best hair styles for 2013.

East Texas coaches react to recruiting rule changes

Starting August 1, 2013, college football coaches will have unlimited access to high school recruits when it comes to phone calls, texts, Facebook, and Twitter.

Universal background checks

As the gun control debate rages in Washington, one proposal that seems to be gaining traction is the idea of a universal background check. But exactly what does that mean?

National Signing Day

It's National Signing Day in America! This is the Super Bowl for colleges across the U.S. trying to build championship teams. It's also one of the biggest days in any high school athlete's life.

SFA to host Showcase Saturday for prospective students

Future college students will have the opportunity to experience a taste of campus life during two free, action-packed open-house Saturdays at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches on Feb. 23 and April 6.

LETU Heritage Scholarship competition to break record attendance

LeTourneau University is attracting a record number of top high school students to ever compete in its annual Heritage Scholarship Competition being held today through Saturday on the university’s Longview campus.