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Chase and the New South Band

Chase McClanahan and Ryan Kiefer stop by to talk a little about their band's history and about their latest song releases. The band will be performing August 8th at the Electric Cowboy.

Olympic desserts with Chef Simon Webster

Chef Simon Webster, Owner and Executive Chef of Sabor a Pasión Country House and Bistro stops by with a few delicious treats one can make while enjoying the Olympic Games.

Fatal pedestrian accident

Tyler Police were called to the 1600 block of Vine street around 10:53 Sunday night. Officers arrived and found 39 year old Nikeisha Smith of Tyler deceased.

Trane lays off 500 Tyler employees

Ingersoll Rand Director of Communications Maria Weber released the following statement in regard to rumors that Trane would be laying off employees:

TxDot: Roadwork planned for ETX to cause lane closures

Here's a quick look at events and work planned in the Tyler District: TxDOT continues work on US 80 near Edgewood

Deputies working double homicide in Van Zandt County

Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office officials tell Fox 51 they are working a double homicide in Precinct 4.

Camp in the City

There's a great event coming up for the East Texas youth this month in Tyler. Sarah Jeter, Director of Camp in the City, fills us in on how you can get yout kiddo involved in the exciting activities.

Back to school with Cavender's Boot City

Ben and Katie talk back to school fashions with Ms. Lee from Cavender's Boot City in Tyler. Cavender's offers a variety of accessories as well as wardrobe necessities such as shoes and jeans.

Date night under the stars

Dr. Tom Hooten, Director at the  Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College stops by to chat with Ben about a few date ideas that are out of this world.

DPS launches online version of Texas prescription drug monitoring program

At the urging of the 82nd Texas Legislature, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has developed a secure online prescription monitoring program, called Prescription Access in Texas (PAT), which provides controlled substance prescription