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Share your passion for baseball with your kids

(StatePoint) As kids, many had the same dream of hitting a walk-off home run to win the World Series. Now baseball season is finally underway, and there is no shortage of opportunities to share your passion of the game with your children.

Tyler city elections canceled

The City of Tyler May elections have been canceled, however, other community elections may be taking place concurrently.

3 injured, 1 seriously in HWY 37 wreck

Three people were injured in a Highway 37 wreck on Wednesday. One of the drivers was taken by air to a Tyler hospital while two other passengers involved were taken to a hospital in Quitman.

Authorities investigating shots fired at Tyler apartment complex

The Tyler Police Department is investigating gun shots at a Tyler apartment complex. Wednesday, just before 3:00 p.m., authorities responded to gun shots at Kensington Place on the 4400 block of Paluxy Drive.

AMBER ALERT: Man wanted for Dallas teen abduction

The Texas Department of Transportation has issued an Amber Alert for a Dallas teenager. According to DPS officials, Aron Lavon Jones, 16, was kidnapped by Tarvarus Stuckey, 24.

Authorities respond to theft, arrest 4 for public intoxication

Following a theft complaint on Monday, the Trinity Police Department arrested four suspects and charged them with public intoxication.

Smith County man arrested after standoff involving children

Bullard, TX (FOX 51) — After a standoff lasting several hours, Smith County Sheriff officials and Bullard Police officers arrested Justin Dewayne Davis, 29, in the 21000 block of CR 145, just outside the Bullard city limits.

Officials: Cartels biggest threat to Texans

The Department of Public Safey has released the 2013 Texas Public Safety Threat Overview. The document is a state intelligence review that recognizes public safety threats to Texas.

Former ETX investigator pleads guilty to theft of federal funds

A former senior investigator with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission faces up to 10 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to theft of federal funds in East Texas.