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Pinot's Palette

Robin Haynie, owner of Pinot's Palette in Tyler, chats about a fun new activity that's open in Tyler. The grand opening of Pinot's Palette is this weekend, December 7th and 8th.

Avoiding holiday pet scams

Olga Mondragon with the Better Business Bureau offers a few tips those those who are looking to become pet owners over the holiday season. For more information visit www.bbb.org.

Louis and Peaches Owen Heart Hospital Open House

A new hospital is opening in East texas this weekend, John Moore with Trinity Mother Frances talks about the open house that the public is invited to.

Most Wanted Sex Offender arrested in Austin

Lloyd Lester Gibson III, 67, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested in Austin on Monday by the U.S. Marshals Service Lone Star Fugitive Task Force, which includes the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Lindale theatre students to take center stage at national competition

The acting talents of several Lindale High School seniors have earned them a trip beyond state borders.

Authorities searching for ETX woman missing since Monday

The Marshall Police Department is seeking help from the public to locate Evelyn Gayle Yelverton of Marshall, who was last seen by her roommate on Monday, December 3, 2012 at approximately 10:30pm. Ms.

“A Christmas Story” on the big screen at Liberty Hall

The City of Tyler’s Liberty Hall will present the fan favorite “A Christmas Story” on the big screen Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012 at 7 p.m.

Funeral services set for Jackson Heights VFD firefighter Jalen Smith

Funeral services for Jackson Heights Volunteer Fire Department Firefighter Jalen Smith will begin with a family only viewing at Jackson Heights VFD Station #2 located at 19823 Hwy 31 East, Tyler, TX from 12-1 p.m.

Road closed Thursday in Tyler's Woods Subdivision

Contractors for the City of Tyler will be making Emergency repairs to a drainage structure located in the Woods Subdivision starting Thursday, Dec. 6.

Teacher pay threatens student achievement, expert testifies

The Houston Chronicle is reporting; Texas teacher salaries are not competitive, and teaching quality has declined, which threatens student achievement, a Harvard-trained economist testified Tuesday in an ongoing school funding lawsuit trial.