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13 min ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph
A little girl picks a Barbie play set with "Blue Santa" Tyler Police Officer Eddie Sheffield at the Troup Highway Walmart Tuesday afternoon.
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4 hrs ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph
The city of Tyler's Half Cent Sales Tax Corporation board voted to approve a contract with a Tyler architectural firm to prepare a preliminary design for a new city animal shelter.
10 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler
One of the ten children who was displaced after their Whitehouse home burned Sunday has been hospitalized.
10 hrs ago | Texarkana Gazette
A 41-year-old Tyler man pleaded guilty to a charge of continuous sexual assault of a child younger than 14 for more than 30 days in the Smith County 241st District Court on Thursday.
Christmas is creeping up on us, and time is running out to get your packages where they need to be before Christmas eve.
Meals on Wheels Ministry clients will begin receiving holiday gifts for their pets, as a part of the Meals Fur Pets partnership between Pets Fur People and Meals on Wheels Ministry in Tyler.
Salvation Army Maj. Marcelino "Butch" Soriano got a jump on ringing in the New Year this holiday season by ringing a bell for a record 105 consecutive hours outside a Wal-Mart in Colton this week.
A basketball net and backboard are frozen solid Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 in Dallas, Texas.
As the divide in our country continues to grow, I fear for the future generations of Americans to come.
Andre Thompson, 45 of Tyler, rings a Salvation Army bell in front of Walgreens at Rieck Road and South Broadway on Saturday morning.
Betty Waters/Staff Elizabeth Groth, a student at the University of Texas at Tyler, displays various pieces of art during Tyler's ArtWalk on Saturday.
Logan Bishop/Courtesy Tyler's Logan Bishop and friend Ty Faber put in the work to take this 5x5 mule deer buck in Colorado's San Juan National Forest.
Longview Maintenance Supervisor, Don McQuitty, was giving final instructions on Saturday to 21 Tyler district employees who volunteered to help the Texas Department of Transportation's Dallas District address ice and snow conditions in the Denton area.
Workers at the Redco Pallet company tell us that fire consumed part of the building sometime before 5:30 Saturday morning.