Local News + Statewide News

Glass Recreation Center to close during Thanksgiving Holiday Week

The Glass Recreation Center will be closed the week of Nov. 19-24 for extensive cleaning and maintenance. All classes and the after school program will be cancelled during the week of Thanksgiving.

Texas woman pulled over with almost $1 million worth of cocaine

Temple police officers arrested a woman, after discovering she was traveling with ten kilograms of coacaine in her vehicle.

Tyler Public Library patrons have access to NoveList ® Select

The catalog is the most used library resource; however, if all copies of a book are checked out, dead-end searches can leave patrons with nothing to read.

ETX man arrested during Louisiana State Fair drug operation

n conjunction with the Shreveport Police Department, the Caddo Sheriff's Department took into custody multiple people for alleged drug possession at the Louisiana State Fair over the weekend.

Cowboys Beat Eagles

The Dallas Cowboys used two big plays early in the fourth quarter to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-23 on Sunday.

ETX jogger reports rifle pointed at him by camouflaged man in park

Nacogdoches authorities are searching for a man who allegedly pulled a rifle on a jogger in a local park Monday morning.

Victim identified in tragic Longview train accident

UPDATE (Monday, Nov 12): Authorities have identified the man killed in Saturday's tragic train accident in Longview.

Blue Bell's Holiday Flavors

Representatives Doandl Smiley and Mark Helton with Blue Bell stop by to talk about the release of a few delicious holiday flavors that are sure to get you in the Christmas spirit.

Caldwell Elementary presents: "The Little Mermaid"

Emily and Erin Berry with Caldwell Elementary School stop by to talk about their roles in the upcoming production of "The Little Mermaid." The play debuts November 15th, and has 2 shows on the 16th as well.

East Texas construction in Palestine

Larry Krantz with TxDot stops by the latest on the construction of U.S. 79 in Palestine. For more information head over to www.txdot.gov.