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Champions of youth

Former Governor Mike Huckabee will be the keynote speaker at an upcoming event that will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of East Texas. Tickets are $50.

Decorating for fall with French Peas

Holly Olson with French Peas Flowers in Tyler shows us a few items that can add a great deal of warmth to your house with a few easy steps. From turkeys to candles and beautiful arrangement French Peas has it all!

Paranormal investigators investigate Fox 51 studios

Members of "Another Paranormal Society" and "Paranormal Observers of East Texas" talked with Ben Hill about the possible presence of the paranormal in the Fox 51 Today studios.

Apricot Lane's "Pink Party"

There's a great party over at Apricot Lane on October 18th! The entire store is 20% off and proceeds will benefit The Breast Cancer Society Inc.

John King: Stakes enormous in second debate between Obama and Romney

The expectations are very different for Obama vs. Romney, Round 2. And the stakes are enormous.

Update: Tyler Police have arrested a suspect in the S. Augusta Avenue shooting

Update: Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 2:45 p.m., Tyler Police arrested Trent Durell Mumphrey, a black male, 23, for Aggravated Robbery.  Mumphrey is responsible for the shooting of Dasha Webb at 628 S.

Update: UT Tyler releases statement concerning Varsity Place Apartments

Update: In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the University of Texas at Tyler Police Department is issuing the following timely notification bulletin:

Troup man sentenced to 25 years for tampering and fraud charges

Michael Shane Haskins, 43, of Troup was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday for charges of Tampering with a Government Document and Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information.  Haskins was prosecuted by Assistant District A

Update: Bond set for police officer who allegedly stabbed a woman with syringes

Update: Tuesday morning, Judge Nancy Talley read David Kelly Horn the Magistrates warning and set his bond The amounts were $500,000 for aggravated assault and $100,000 for deadly conduct.