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Jacob Kimbley's parents denied visitation rights to their children

The parents of Jacob Kimbley, who was found dead near his home in late August after a long overnight search, have been denied visitation rights for their other five children by a judge on Friday.

Feds: Rock-throwing prompts Texas border shooting

Mexico's foreign ministry has accused a U.S. Border Patrol agent of fatally shooting a Mexican citizen along the border.

Parks Department offers family golf clinic

The Tyler Parks and Recreation Department is presenting Golf Clinic with a Pro as part of their At Your Leisure Series. This golf clinic is perfect for a single player or the whole family.

Players associated with Saints bounty scandal reinstated

Suspensions for four players connected to the Saints “bountygate” scandal have been overturned by a three-man arbitration panel, according to sources.

ETX man accused of stealing multiple vehicles, copper wire

Bowie County took a man into custody on Thursday for allegedly stealing copper wire, trucks and a few other vehicles.

Part-time Zavalla police officer dead at 45

The Zavalla Police Department has lost a part-time officers this week. Officials with the department tell KETK, officer Kevin Moody was found dead Thursday in Humble.

UPDATE: One taken to hospital after running into Tyler building

11:45am UPDATE: There is only minor damage to both the car and the building. One person has been taken to a local hospital as a precaution, but is not seriously injured.

Fall wedding flowers with French Peas

Holly Olson and Stacy Cohen with French Peas Flower Shop in Tyler stop by to talk fun colors for fall weddings.

Fun fall fashions with Ruffled Feathers Boutique

Rebekah Rogers and Lissa Dowden with Ruffled Feathers Boutique in Longview stop by with a few new looks for fall that East Texas women of all ages are sure to love.

Crews respond to fire at Longview strip mall

Longview firefighters were dispatched Thursday to reports of a fire at the Longview strip shopping center on North High Street.