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UPDATE: Authorities identify men killed in Jacksonville wall collapse

Two people have died in a construction site accident in Jacksonville Monday morning, according to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say a retainer wall collapsed at around 9 a.m. on County Road 3113.

Williams Suffers Concussion at Cowboys Camp

Former John Tyler Lion Teddy Williams suffered a concussion during Cowboys training camp in Oxnard. It happened when he got run over by RB Demarco Murray.

Houston's I-69 traffic expected to soar to 350,000 by 2035

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; if you think the Southwest Freeway is a nightmare at rush hour now, check back in 20 years.

Tyler hosts marathon, half marthon and 5k races

Mellew Productions is excited to host their 3rd annual marathon event here in Tyler, the “Rose Capital of the Nation,” this upcoming Fall.

UPDATE: Police ID dead body found near Longview restaurant

Monday UPDATE: After several days of investigation, Longview authorities have identified the body found near Buffalo Wild Wings as Ken Miguel Owsley, a 44-year-old white male. The cause of death has not been released.

Warrant issued for East Texas man following April fatal wreck

An arrest warrant has been issued in the fatal crash that occurred on April 12 on State Highway 64 in Smith County. DPS Troopers completed the investigation into the crash that killed Jacky Wayne Johnston of Tyler.

Chase and the New South Band

Chase McClanahan and Ryan Kiefer stop by to talk a little about their band's history and about their latest song releases. The band will be performing August 8th at the Electric Cowboy.

Olympic desserts with Chef Simon Webster

Chef Simon Webster, Owner and Executive Chef of Sabor a Pasión Country House and Bistro stops by with a few delicious treats one can make while enjoying the Olympic Games.

Fatal pedestrian accident

Tyler Police were called to the 1600 block of Vine street around 10:53 Sunday night. Officers arrived and found 39 year old Nikeisha Smith of Tyler deceased.

Trane lays off 500 Tyler employees

Ingersoll Rand Director of Communications Maria Weber released the following statement in regard to rumors that Trane would be laying off employees: