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East Texans rally to prevent suicide

Katelynn Collum tells Rachel and Robert about an upcoming "Out of the Darkness" walk that will bring awareness to suicide and depression.

Pastas and pizzas with Tuscan Slice

Tuscan Slice in Tyler is a family owned business. All of their menu items are made from fresh and organic items.

Vintage vinyl record show

George Jones tells Rachel and Robert about an upcoming show any record collector would love! The show is  February 28th at the Magnuson Hotel on the corner of Troup Hwy and Golden Rd. (3310 Troup Hwy) from 10AM to 5PM!

"Tin Toys, and Raw Realities"

Chris Leahy with the Tyler Museum of Art discusses their upcoming exhibition, "Tin Toys, and Raw Realities". The fun show features some of your favorite childhood toys, with a contemporary twist!

Petco hosting weekend adoption events

Kim Smith and Drew Baka with Petco in Tyler talk about some of the store's upcoming adoption events hosted on Saturdays and Sundays. Some local animal shelters bring their animals that need a good home out to Petco.

"Bar None Cowboy" Church hosts men's worship event

"Barnone Cowboy Church" is hosting a day of worship and fellowship out in Tatum on February 28. East Texans will get the chance to hear from veterans and servicemen, and enjoy some barbecue.

Tips to getting your health on track

Dr. Guy Danielson with Precision Spine Care in Tyler says that hydration and nutrition are key when getting your health on track.

Crime Stoppers of Lufkin needs your help finding robber

Detective J.B. Smith is with the Lufkin Police Department, as well as the executive director of Crime Stoppers of Lufkin. He tells Rachel and Robert about a recent gas station robbery.

Sign up for 2015 "Relay for Life"

Katrina White with the American Cancer Society shares her story of survival, and tells us how we can support those fighting cancer at this year's "Relay for Life".

"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"

David Crawford tells Rachel Hackbarth about Tyler Junior College's latest production, "You're a good man, Charlie Brown".