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Breakthrough in 1999 cold case

Smith County sheriff's officials claim they have solved a 1999 cold case.

Tyler organization pushes alcohol petition

Petitions to bring limited alcohol sales to Tyler are now ready for community supporters to sign. The "Buy Local First" political action committee officially announced the news Wednesday morning.

Tyler Police Department awarded its 6th accreditation

Tyler — Chief Gary Swindle announced today in City Council that Tyler Police Department has been awarded its fifth re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement, Inc (CALEA).

MUMS Math and Science Team claims second at state meet

The Morris Upchurch Middle School Math and Science Team competed at the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association State Championship meet on April 14, bringing home the second place overall trophy.

Texas release social sec numbers in Voter ID case

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas attorney general's office accidently released the social security numbers of Texas voters as part of the Voter ID case, but none of the data leaked out.

Tyler police look for duo connected to string of burglaries

Tyler Police need your help in identifying two burglars that stole items from two separate locations.

LETU receives a total of $560,000 for materials joining research

(LONGVIEW, Texas)—LeTourneau University’s School of Engineering has received $250,125 grant funding from the Federal Highway Administration for a two-year research project on welding on modern bridges.

UT Tyler to hold meetings about new charter school in East Texas

Tyler TX — The University of Texas at Tyler has scheduled additional public information meetings regarding the new university charter school, Dr.

Patriots or extremists? Militias draw fire

ROMAYOR — When Liberty County sheriff's deputies responded to a 911 call for a man shooting at his wife on a lone country road 70 miles northeast of Houston, they knew he was armed and dangerous.

Texas grand jury indicts Sinaloa cartel leaders

TEXAS (CNN) — A U.S. federal grand jury in Texas has indicted the suspected top leaders of Mexico's Sinaloa cartel.