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Carolina Belma, second right, gives a questionnaire to people in the Diabetes Empowered Education Program Class at the NET Health Center for Healthy Living Thursday evening.
Deacon Gary Trevino and New Rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Hank Lanik, will lead the next Charismatic Healing Mass for the Diocese of Tyler.
Herb Nygren Jr./Staff New Life Worship Center in Tyler presents "Lamb of God," a passion play that organizers hope to make an annual production.
Happy Easter weekend, everyone! Here is a list of events going on in beautiful East Texas over the next few days.
Three cyclists have been hit in the past eight days on area highways, and authorities are cautioning motorists to be on the lookout for increasing numbers of bicyclists out enjoying the spring weather.
Austin-based Americana blues rock band Uncle Lucius is something of a fixture in Tyler and East Texas.
That glimpse will come via a time capsule that is planned for the downtown parking garage.
The event featured beeping eggs for blind children and jumbo sized eggs for visually impaired children.
Tyler Independent School District Gary Mooring's resignation is official. The school board approved his resignation at a meeting tonight during regular board meeting.
There are numerous pets around East Texas in animal shelters that need homes. Every town has to deal with the problem of what to do with homeless, abandoned, or stray animals.
Homeless veterans at a group housing facility in Tyler were upset Thursday morning when they learned they were being moved from one location to one of two other homes in East Texas with no advance warning.
April 17, 2014 marks one year since a fertilizer plant exploded in the town of West.
TYLER - Many students in public schools across Texas have been preparing for it all year.
Two men were arrested early Wednesday morning after a standoff at the B&B Foods in Alto.
Last week was National Volunteer Week, and Smith County Master Gardeners, a volunteer program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, celebrated 21 years of volunteer service to the people of Smith County during an awards and recognition program.
Families in Tyler will soon get the chance to participate in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's outreach to urban areas, a program which will be the first of its kind in East Texas.