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Kevin Eltife and the gas tax

Everyone in Austin agrees, highway funding in Texas is inadequate. And that’s where the agreement ends. There are many ideas floating around Austin on how to pay for Texas roads. Some like the Governor prefer toll roads.

Enjoy life while you save for retirement

Then when retirement savers come to a point and think, "I didn't take time to enjoy my life." KETK spoke to a financial advisor about this retirement error, Jay Oliver tells KETK, some people fear spending.

Alto taxidermy champion gears up for upcoming competition

Deer season may be over, but for taxidermist and meat processors they are still in the thick of their busy time of year.

Alleged drunk driver leads Kilgore police on chase, crashes in field

A Kilgore man was charged Wednesday morning with his third DWI after leading local law enforcement on a chase.

LETU to host E-Week events Friday

LeTourneau University’s School of Engineering and Engineering technology will host an “E-Week” engineering workshop for nearly 130 participating high school and middle school students from the East Texas area.

Nacogdoches burglary suspect on the run in East Texas

Nacogdoches, TX (FOX 51) — Authorities are looking for a man they say is responsible for several burglaries in Nacogdoches County.

GRAPHIC: Kids taken away from mom who held bloody knife to child's throat

EDITOR'S NOTE: The children's names and relatives' names are being withheld to protect their well being. This story may not be suitable for all audiences, due to its graphic nature.

Peter Bradley named LETU psychology professor, director and TAMFT president

LeTourneau University announces that Peter Douglas Bradley has joined LETU as a psychology professor and director of LETU’s graduate psychology, counseling and marriage and family therapy programs, effective Jan 1.

New DPS webpage highlights unsolved murders

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today unveiled a new section of its website dedicated to solving cold case murder investigations across the state of Texas.

TJC offers awareness events leading up to spring break

Spring break can be a highlight in the life of a college student; but it can also be a time of tragic events, many of which are highly preventable. Tyler Junior College’s spring break is scheduled for March 11-15.