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Summer critters with Petland

Robin Visniski from Tyler's Petland stops by with two precious animals.

Graduation attire with Morgan Abbigail

Morgan Tomberlain from Morgan Abbigail in Longview stops by with a few suggestions for those headed to a graduation ceremony thie May.

A Weekend with the Goodman-LeGrand Musuem

Patricia Heaton with the Goodman- Legrand Musseim stops by to talk about the 4th Annual Heritage Day at the museum this Saturday.

Update: March shooting death ruled accidental

Tyler Investigators have ruled the death of James Caleb Stanley as an Accidental Death.

Grassroots America endorses Ted Cruz for Senate

Thursday, the Grassroots Board of Directors endorsed Ted Cruz for the United States Senate and urged Smith County voters to vote early before the Memorial Day weekend.

Shots fired in Tyler

On May 18, 2012 at approximately 1:37 a.m. officers with the Tyler Police Department responded to the intersection of W. 28th St. and N. Border Ave. in reference to gun shots

Official: Below average turnout locally for early voting

Whether Mitt Romney edges out Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich or Michele Bachmann for Texas delegates in the Republican presidential primary evidently is not at the top of Gregg County voters’ minds, according to Kathryn Neely, Gregg County elect

Officials investigating death of Hawkins ISD student

HAWKINS — A 15-year old boy that attended Hawkins ISD died on Wednesday. The Dallas County Medical Examiner's office tells Fox 51 they have not yet performed an autopsy on Jacob Gatlin to determine the cause of death.

Update: Armed bank robbery in Tyler

Police now say the man is armed with a handgun, which he was carrying in his shorts.

"See and Save" program encourages water safety this summer

 With summer right around the corner and Memorial day this weekend, The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services is urging parents to remember water safety.