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A Whitehouse man with a lengthy criminal history had his third and most recent conviction for driving while intoxicated overturned on appeal Thursday.
Courtesy Executive Director Pat Mallory and Treasurer Martha McCollum welcome guests to Gateway to Hope's second birthday party on Monday.
1, 2014 at Bergfeld Park in Tyler. The rally was held to inform women about their choices in childbirth procedures.
Tyler's 'Christmas Store' is officially open for the holiday season. And though the big day is a little less than 4 months away, the Texas heat didn't stop old and new customers from filling the store.
Slim Chickens, which plans to start construction in Tyler this fall, will bring a menu made up of fried and grilled chicken tenders and wings, as well as healthier options, such as wraps, salads and sandwiches.
Elephants, tigers, and daring acrobatic stunts. The circus is in town! Here in Tyler the Sharon Shriners' Circus partnered with Jordan's World Circus, to bring locals a show unlike any other.
The East Texas Book Fest set for Sept. 13 in Tyler is going to the dogs - dogs who are published authors no less.
The eligibility of an Emergency Services District commissioner candidate actively serving as a firefighter is drawing questions from government watchdogs.
The first month in volleyball history for Lamar State College-Port Arthur ended on a winning note Saturday, as the Seahawks won their best-of-five match with Victoria College, three sets to none, at the Lee College tournament.
United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas will be the featured speaker at The University of Texas at Tyler R. Don Cowan Fine and Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 16. Sponsored by Drs.
Toll road 49 was created to alleviate some of the traffic congestion from Tyler.
Capital murder defendant James Calvert could not have known his filing for an order to recuse 241st District Judge Jack Skeen Jr. Friday morning would be heard just hours later, because the Dallas judge, who would hear the case, happened to be in Tyler.
A scam can happen to anyone. All it takes is a victim to fall prey to the scammer's story that usually deals with someone in trouble including the victim.
When all other Seminole students were headed to their first day of school on Monday, one little boy was sent home because his hair was too long.
A one-year-old German shepherd mix dubbed "Tara," seems to instinctively know that she is in grave danger.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:48 pm
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