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Douglass student stabbed returning from field trip

Nacogdoches County — One East Texas student was injured after a knife was allegedly pulled on a Douglass school bus, according to Nacogdoches County Sheriff officials.

Mail thefts becoming a problem in Kilgore

Kilgore Police Department- Kilgore PD has been working with the United States Postal Inspection Service due to several recent mail thefts.

Several East Texas postal services moving to other areas

EAST TEXAS — The USPS announced today, that some areas of East Texas will have their postal office consolidated to other areas. Those areas that will be affected in East Texas are Lufkin and Tyler.

TJC to hold bond election for new building

Tyler TX — The TJC Board of Trustees approved today a bond election that would expand the western edge of the main campus. The bond calls for construction of a new $50 million nursing and health sciences building.

ETMC releases statement on arrest of aggravated robbery suspect

TYLER — East Texas Medical Center Tyler thanks the men and women of the Tyler Police Department for their hard work which led to an arrest in the robberies that occurred on our campus.

Tyler police arrest man allegedly involved in two ETMC robberies

TYLER — Tyler Police Investigators have arrested the suspect wanted in connection to the two Aggravated Robberies that occurred at East Texas Medical Center Hospital over that past several weeks.

Carthage woman pleads guilty to manufacturing meth

Tyler, Texas — A 31-year-old Carthage, Texas woman has pleaded guilty to federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Undercover operation nets 3 arrests in Trinity County

TRINITY COUNTY — On Tuesday, three Trinity County people were arrested in an undercover sting. The Trinity Police Department and the Precinct 1 Constable's Office were able to conduct two successful buy/bust operations.

One injured in Noonday rollover

One man has been taken to a Tyler hospital after his pick-up truck flipped and rolled off Highway 155 South just north of CR 2661 at about 7:30 am Wednesday.

Analysis: Texas case could mark the end of affirmative action in the United States

Is affirmative action in university admissions a measurement toward increasing the diversity of the student body, or does it violate the civil and constitutional rights of applicants to consider race and ethnicity in university admissions?