Local News + Statewide News

Main Street Program achieves national accreditation

The City of Tyler’s Main Street Program has received National Accreditation, which distinguishes it as a downtown revitalization program that meets or exceeds ten critical areas of performance.

Retailers forced to ration ammo as supplies dry up

Gun stores across Northeast Texas are out of much of their ammunition, and store owners say it will be a long time before their shelves are stocked again.

How to lose weight and build muscle with a beach towel

Ben talks to Reagan Harris, a certified personal trainer about how you can lose weight and build muscle with a workout parner with something as simple as a beach towel.

ETX senior arrested after exposing himself in Shreveport park

Hugh Rutherford, 70, of Marshall, TX, was arrested after exposing himself to an undercover police officer in a Shreveport park Thursday.

Black Violin to perform at Belcher Center

LeTourneau University will present a stunning performance of classically trained violinists known as Black Violin at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in the S.E. Belcher Jr Chapel and Performance Center, 2100 S. Mobberly Ave. in Longview.

East Texas road updates

Here's a quick look at events and work planned in East Texas:

Portion of E Erwin Street closed for sewer instillation

East Erwin Street will be closed between Adams Avenue and Thompson Avenue South on Saturday, Feb. 2 to install a sewer service.

Victim identified in head on collision near Longview

Rusk County, TX (FOX 51) — One person was killed Friday morning in a two-vehicle wreck south of Longview, near Lakeport.

New school zone at Cumberland Academy

On Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, the City of Tyler Traffic Engineering Department installed warning lights for a new school zone located at Cumberland Academy on Shiloh Road.

Upshur County DA files motion to revoke bond for former commissioner

Upshur County (Longview News-Journal) — Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd filed a motion this morning to revoke the bond of former county commissioner Lloyd Crabtree on grounds that Crabtree failed to meet the requirements of his