Students from across the region have come together to create the Tyler Museum of Art’s largest-ever High School Art Exhibition.
The county government is an integral part of the community, and without it the public would be less safe and have fewer services available.
Smith County taxpayers may get some savings on a road bond package they approved in November 2017.
Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse has confirmed that last week's deadly shooting near Lake Palestine was the result of an attempted murder-suicide.
Narcotics investigators from the Henderson County Sheriff's Office arrested a Murchison man Monday on drug-related charges during a traffic stop in Gun Barrel City.
Texas game wardens issued warnings and citations to 12 seafood restaurants, fish markets and wholesale commercial fish dealers in Tyler, Quitman and Longview during a recent two-day inspection operation, according to a news release from the Texas Parks and Wildlife department.
Smith County firefighters are working a mobile home fire on County Road 1145 near the Tyler Pounds Regional Airport.
A yellow and gray drilling rig stretched high in the sky at Scandrill's Tyler facility. The shiny new steel structure known now as "Scan Titan" is Scandrill's 16th drilling rig to enter operation. The company christened the rig in its traditional fashion at a ceremony on Monday.
Work is starting this week on a multiyear project to widen Old Jacksonville Highway from Gresham to Flint.
Smith County officials will consider several contracts involving maintenance, fire protection and road oil.
A Robert E. Lee High School graduate is about to begin a residency with the U.S. Navy after attending one of the top medical schools in the country.
The Salvation Army of Tyler said its waiting list will be longer for its low-income residential housing for senior citizens in wake of Sunday's fire that damaged six units at the William Booth Garden Apartments on Golden Road.
A 22-year-old Brookshire Grocery Co. employee died Sunday after an industrial accident at the Tyler warehouse.
Tyler Firefighters worked Sunday for about three hours to put out a fire that damaged at least six apartments at William Booth Garden Apartments.
The Smith County Clerk’s Office Official Public Records Department, housed in the Annex Building basement, is temporarily closed to the public due to a flood that occurred over the weekend.
Multiple fire crews are working a house fire in Smith County.
Dr. Paul McGaha, associate professor and chair for the Department of Community Health in the School of Community and Rural Health at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, will lead a Thursday Walk with a Doc program.
As evidence of the anxiety and fear that partially led Demetra Darden to the East Texas Cares Resource Center, her hands were so unsteady she couldn’t fill out the form to receive assistance.
Before Mike Bayham, of Dallas, decided to begin his art career, he was told emulating the works of early 20th century artists would help him become a better painter.
There are countless recreational sports out there, but one of the most unique and unusual would be motorized barstool racing, which has found a fanbase in Ben Wheeler.
East Texans don’t have to book flights over the Southwest portion of the country in order to get bird’s-eye views of the region.
Glittery streamers create a rainbow, falling from a shower head into an old tin bathtub as it slowly rolls through a parking lot ahead of the upcoming Ben Wheeler Barstool Races.
The 31st Beauty and the Beast Bicycle Tour took place in Bullard on Saturday.
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Are you ready for a special friend in your life? Sandy would complement any active family. She is a 1-year-old Great Pyrenees mix available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler. Sandy gravitates toward your side to cuddle and share her love. She is goofy at times, v…
Kilgore native Ayrton Chapman and her partner-in-art, Russell Bauer, are embracing a new philosophy: "If you feed them, they will come."
Avid readers, collectors and those who just love the look of books on their shelves or in their art projects can stock up for the low price of 50 cents per paperback and $1 per hardcover at the Tyler Public Library book sale.
In the wake of Thursday's attack on a runner in Rose Rudman Park, local runners and a self-defense instructor agree that the assault will and should bring awareness in the community.
During his time as U.S. minister to France, Thomas Jefferson wrote to a statesman from Virginia about the importance of a free press to our nation.
A large portion of Old Bascom Road will be closed for emergency repairs from Monday, March 18 through Friday, March 22.
A Bridgeport man has been indicted by a Wood County grand jury on a third-degree felony fraud charge, accused of cheating in a September fishing tournament on Lake Fork.
The Henderson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting near Lake Palestine that left a man dead and a woman injured.
The Henderson County Sheriff's Office arrested three people in Gun Barrel City on drug charges.
The Tyler Police Department is investigating an aggravated sexual assault that happened Thursday night at Rose Rudman Park.
After experiencing what one Kilgore resident described as sounding like a bomb going off, East Texans on Thursday were working to clear damage and waiting for power to be restored in the wake of early morning storms that moved through the region, causing damage, forcing road closures and leaving tens of thousands without electricity.
At 91, Annie LeNorman is so spry that she goes square dancing two or three nights a week and considers herself “the elder” of the Mineola Railers Square Dance Club.
The crowd of about 50 people at Hollytree Country Club broke out in applause Thursday when they saw Anas Alhajji's slide showing the U.S. as the largest oil producer in the world.
To understand how the Texas health care safety net for uninsured residents works in 2019, consider the Western Hills mental health clinic in an impoverished neighborhood in West Fort Worth.
Traffic flow has returned to normal on Interstate 20 eastbound at Caney Creek after the Texas Department of Transportation completed repairs where a sinkhole caused the highway to be shutdown.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the public and registered practitioners about a telephone scam involving criminals posing as DEA or other law enforcement personnel threatening arrest and prosecution for supposed violations of federal drug laws or involvement in drug-traffickin…
While most teenagers are off enjoying spring break, Robert E. Lee students Christopher Whitmore, Ethan Elliott and Seth Justice were on campus in Dhiraj Mishra's classroom building a prototype for a cardboard canoe.
The man who allegedly set a woman on fire during a robbery in Palestine was indicted Wednesday.
The University of Texas at Tyler police have reviewed access security protocols and made changes at residence facilities after the recent arrest of a former student accused of illegally entering a student's apartment using a stolen access key card and the PIN number of his girlfriend, who wa…
It’s a rare phenomenon for a director to remake their own film, but this year, there are already two instances of filmmakers retrofitting their foreign-language darlings for American audiences. Hans Petter Moland turned his Scandinavian thriller “In Order of Disappearance” into the Liam Nees…
“Triple Frontier” is a solid, engrossing genre item with designs on being something more. It doesn’t quite get there, but it does well enough along the way to make the journey worth taking.
The Chieftains — Paddy Maloney, Kevin Conneff and Matt Malloy — will bring their Irish music heritage to the University of Texas at Tyler's Cowan Center for a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday.
A Cleburne woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to narcotics trafficking and was sentenced to seven years in prison for her role in a 2016 case that involved the arrests of several others on charges related to drug trafficking and shots fired at a Smith County deputy, according to Smith County jud…
It took George Darden, of Chandler, a little longer than many to decide to use his boots for more than walking, but since learning to dance at age 75 he’s been waltzing through life.
Students at the inaugural Kids Aspiring to Dream camp danced, sang, painted and kicked their way through the first two days of their spring break.
Three area businesses and one nonprofit walked away with the top awards of the year from the Better Business Bureau of Central East Texas.