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City of Tyler awarded Municipal Excellence Award

On Nov. 13, the City of Tyler was presented the 2012 Municipal Excellence Award in Communications for cities of more than 25,000 residents by the Texas Municipal League at their annual conference.

Texas launches new campaign to reduce infant deaths

The Texas Department of State Health Services has launched its Someday Starts Now campaign aimed at reducing the number of infant deaths and preterm births by promoting healthy lifestyles for people who may someday decide to have a baby.

Delectable dessert dips with FRESH

Myste Snow with FRESH by Brookshire's demonstrates a few tasty pumpkin treats that are super easy to make. If you'd like to serve up either one of her scrumptious treats here are the recipes:

Looking great for Thanksgiving

It's almost time to clear the table and start setting up for your Thanksgiving spread, but what will you wear the day of the actual holiday?

Harrison County woman gets 10 years for dealing meth

A 40-year-old Karnack, Texas woman has been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

29 SFA alumni lead teams into HS football playoffs this weekend

Twenty-nine Stephen F. Austin State University alumni will lead their teams into the Texas High School Football Playoffs this weekend.

Harrison County man sentenced to almost 10 years for dealing meth

A 52-year-old Marshall, Texas man has been sentenced for federal drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today.

Helicopter to land at Tyler school tomorrow

An ETMC Air 1 helicopter is expected to land near the playground at Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy tomorrow morning during Career Day at the school.

4 killed after train hits truck during Texas parade saluting U.S. troops

A train rammed into a flatbed truck carrying participants in a West Texas parade saluting U.S. troops on Thursday, killing four people and leaving at least 17 hospitalized, a police spokesman said.

Alabama man scrambles entire police force to Texas home

A Tuscaloosa, Alabama man has been indicted after allegedly causing an entire Texas police force to respond to a fake emergency. On Wednesday, Stephen Sherwin Stepho, 19, was charged with making an interstate threat.