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Albert Lea Salvation Army Captain Jim Brickson has surpassed 80 hours of bell ringing.
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East Texas dancers are getting ready for the performance of a lifetime as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of TJC's The Nutcracker ballet production.
The robbery happened just before 6 p.m. at the Atlas Credit Union in the 900 block of West Front St. Employees tell police a black man, wearing a ski mask, approached them demanding money.
Christmas came early for more than two dozen well-behaved students at an East Texas grade school.
Less than two hours remain until the world record for the Salvation Army bell ringing is broken.
Due to freezing temperatures and precipitation, the Tyler Transit services will have a delayed start time of 10 a.m. for the Saturday, Dec. 6 fixed route.
TYLER, TX Numerous Smith County Sheriff's Office employees were recognized for their service during Thursday night's annual Smith County Sheriff's Office Awards Banquet, which was held in the Galilee Room of Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler.
Tyler Morning Telegraph reporter Kenneth Dean called the newsroom to report he is seeing freezing rain in south Tyler.
The KETK Weather Team wants to keep you informed of the very latest weather situation.
Most flights at Tyler Pounds Regional Airport are running on time and only two American Airlines flights have been cancelled for today, Airport Manager Davis Dickson said.
Wintery weather is headed toward East Texas and local agencies are asking residents to be cautious as conditions get icy.
In the expectation of winter weather, Henderson's Christmas parade has been rescheduled from tonight to 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Tuesday afternoon Senator John Cornyn visited Tyler to speak with small business owners about Obamacare.
Staff File Photo Richard McBride was a part of the hunting and gun community since first opening a shop in downtown Tyler in 1947..
To some, this seems like a solution to keep up with the higher cost of living. One East Texan said, "Yea, I think it would be a good look on things".