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Tyler Civic Chorale's Madrigal Feast

Donald Duncan and Felicity Enas talk about a delectable feast and concert presented by the Tyler Civic Chorale.

Living with plaque psoriasis

Athens-native Jason Knott talks with Ben about his life since he was diagnosed with plaque psoriasis at age 6. Mr. Knott speaks on the importance of finding a dermatologist that can help you deal with the condition.

Early morning mobile home fire

Troup, Arp, and Whitehouse firefighters battled an mobile home fire in the 20 thousand block of Highway 135 in Troup. Smith County authorities tell Fox 51, its started a little after 2 am Monday morning.

Update: Single-engine plane crash at Cherokee Co. Airport

UPDATE: Employees with Cherokee County Airport tell KETK they have been informed the pilot, Debra Birch, has died.

One person dead after Longview shooting

Longview Police are looking for the suspect of a shooting that killed one person Saturday. Officer Kristie Brian tells us she started getting calls around 2 p.m. to the 1100 block of Third Street.

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.