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Gaudy Me on Spring Break Fashions

Holly Tryon with Gaudy Me discusses a few looks for east Texas fashionistas to look out for during Spring Break. She offers ways to brighten up your outfits.

Survey: Africans ready for African Pope

Thousands of Africans have expressed their hopes that the next pope will be the first from their continent -- with a majority believing it would mean the Catholic Church becoming more conservative.

Global warming brings on more pollen

With global warming, temperature extremes are becoming a norm -- and that's bad news for allergy sufferers.

Tyler Public Library Hosts Spring Book Sale March 14-17, 2013

The Tyler Public Library will host its Spring Book Sale in the Library’s Taylor Auditorium, Thursday, March 14 through Sunday, March 17.

Keep Tyler Beautiful honored by Keep America Beautiful

Keep Tyler Beautiful received the Keep America Beautiful (KAB) President’s Circle Award during Keep America Beautiful’s 60th Anniversary National Conference, which recently took place in Washington, D.C.

Wanted ETX murder suspects caught in Houston

Marshall, Tx (FOX51) — Houston authorities arrested two suspects wanted in connection with an East Texas murder Sunday night.

'Grumpy Cat' visits Texas for music festival

It ain't easy being "meme." The internet sensation known as "Grumpy Cat" made an appearance at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas.

TX school district gets SWAT team for added school safety

Edinburg CISD is bulking up their school police force by adding in a SWAT team.

Report: Weather caused plane crash carrying East Texans

The Angel Fire, NM, plane accident that killed members of the Verhalen family, of Marshall, was caused by windy weather, according to a preliminary report recently released by the National Transportation Safety Board.

City of Tyler calls for artists, photographers

The Delta Sigma Theta, Tyler Alumnae Chapter, will partner with the City of Tyler’s Parks and Recreation Department to host an art and photography exhibit at the Glass Recreation Center