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Free storm-related brush pick up extended in Tyler

The free brush pick up that began last week as a result of the weekend storm will be extended to Aug. 3. All limbs and brush must be placed at the curb and be less than eight feet in length.

Second downtown 'Cash Mob' to descend on Jakes

It’s every small business’s dream come true: seeing a mob of people cascading through their door, ready to spend cold, hard cash in support of their enterprise.

KFXK/KETK Employee John Jones dies at age 58

We lost a member of the KFXK/KETK family Thursday night. Longtime employee, John Jones died from a heart attack at 58-years-old. He has been with the company for nearly 20 years at our Longview bureau.

Bowie County correctional officer arrested for sexually assaulting inmate

A correctional officer in Bowie County was arrested Friday morning for allegedly touching an inmate.

TxDOT UPDATE: Night construction continues in Tyler, ends in Longview

Here's a quick look at events and work planned in the Tyler District: Seal coat work continues in Wood County

Longview police officer receives award for saving woman’s life

Longview, TX — For the first time Thursday, a Longview woman embraced the police officer who saved her life three months ago.

TxDOT UPDATE: Night construction continues in Tyler, ends in Longview

EAST TEXAS — Here's a quick look at events and work planned in the Tyler District: Seal coat work continues in Wood County

Diana man steals truck, leads Longview police on chase

A Diana man is behind bars after stealing a truck and leading Longview police on a short chase.

Texas officials urges precautions to reduce West Nile exposure

The Texas Department of State Health Services is urging people to take precautions to reduce the risk of contracting West Nile virus, a mosquito borne illness.

Water rate increase part of Longview budget proposal

Employee pay raises, water and sewer rate increases and added money for streets and traffic signal improvements are highlights of a $152.1 proposed budget presented Thursday to Longview City Council members.