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81st Annual Rose Festival

If you've lived in East Texas for more than a minute, you've heard of our annual "Rose Parade". Some of the folks from this year's event, tell Rachel and Robert about this year's "Circus" theme.

Sheriff Smith's office cutting down on crime

Sheriff Larry Smith discusses some of the strategies his office is using to cut down on crime in East Texas. For more information on the Smith County Sheriff's Office, visit:

Halloween costumes for your pets

Rachel and Robert visit with "Tiny Dog", "Barkley", and Charlotte Gomez from Spirit Hallowen. Gomez says Frozen and super hero costumes are flying off the shelves.

Ice activities with Moody Gardens

Our friends with Moody Gardens in Galveston talk about their upcoming ice exhibit featuring Spongebob Square Pants. For tickets and information visit: 

Axe of Horror scaring East Texans

Our friends with Axe of Horrors tell Rachel some ways thier haunted house is helping the Noonday Fire Department.   For tickets and times visit:

Flu season with NET Health

Sylvia Warren with NET Health discusses ways East Texans can stay safe from the flu this fall.

Broadway Square Mall fighting breast cancer

Candace Foster with the Broadway Square Mall talks about their weekend event bringing awareness to breast cancer. If you'd like more information, visit :

"Doc Wilkes" brings by Boo Crew

Doc Wilkes House of Horrors is busy scaring East Texans this Halloween season. The "Boo Crew" stopped the studio with a preview. For more information:

Tyler Civic Theatre presents "Jungle Book"

Justin Purser is the co-director of the Tyler Civic Theatre's latest production, "The Jungle Book". The show starts October 9, and runs through  the 12th.

Tyler is "Turning Pink"

Firefighter Steve Countryman tells Bob Brackeen about the "Turn Tyler Pink" program, and how it brings awareness to breast cancer awareness.