Fans of Andy's Frozen Custard now have two locations in Tyler to grab dessert or satisfy their sweet tooth craving.
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A man died Wednesday after a truck struck a utility pole in Jacksonville.
Smith County reported 13 coronavirus recoveries and one new case Wednesday for an active count of 31, according to the Northeast Texas Public Health District.
The City of Tyler will receive $5,915,195 in federal funds in accordance with the CARES act.
A Hawkins woman, who pleaded guilty to burning down her mother’s home and another residence in a Smith County subdivision last year, was sentenced to 10 years probation Wednesday for arson.
A Longview man has been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child in Smith County.
The American Civil Liberties Union has withdrawn its lawsuit against seven cities in Texas that have enacted ordinances outlawing abortion within city limits. Each of these seven cities has also proclaimed itself a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn,” joining a movement spreading across the stat…
TYLER POLICE DEPARTMENTOfficers charged Lamrlon Devon Adams, 41, of Tyler, with tamper/fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair. Adams was in Smith County Jail Sunday with a $10,000 bond.
Coach Marco Regalado at Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Memorial Early College High School has become a social media sensation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the weekly commissioners court meeting, the coronavirus briefing revealed that 414 coronavirus tests were administered to first responders and medical professionals who were experiencing symptoms, and only two of those tests were returned with positive results.
AUSTIN — Starting on Wednesday, visitors will be able to make camping reservations at parks with arrival dates between June 1 and Sept. 7.
The Smith County Sheriff's Office is continuing its search for a runaway teen.
When the Splash Kingdom water parks in Canton and Nacogoches open for the summer season on Friday, guests will quickly notice changes.
The month of May is national historic preservation month, a month the city of Tyler typically celebrates through downtown events that share the stories of how Tyler has been formed over the years.
Henderson County has recorded its first COVID-19 related death.
Blake Wright was without a job nearing college graduation in 2019. In one of the wildest turns of events, on the same day he graduated, he was offered a job at Chapel Hill to teach social studies.
For Tyler Civic Theatre, it's on with the show.
Each TAPPS school will decide when to allow students and staff to return to campus for instruction and activities, including athletics, the organization announced during webinar on Tuesday.
Smith County reported one new coronavirus case Tuesday and no new recoveries, according to the Northeast Texas Public Health District.
Lindale, Texas – Popular East Texas shopping and entertainment destination, The Cannery Lindale, has announced that Springhill Suites by Marriott at The Cannery will formally break ground Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at 10 a.m. The upscale hotel will feature 89 spacious and stylish suites and be…
The Canton woman at the center of CLEAR alert has been located.
After receiving partial results from recent mass testing, Smith County Sheriff Larry Smith said 12 additional Smith County Jail inmates and one detention officer have tested positive for COVID-19.
A Henderson ISD teacher, who was in contact with other employees and parents, has tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man Sunday for meth possession, stealing a vehicle and having someone else’s identification cards.
Two people are dead after a wreck Saturday night on Interstate 20 near Lindale.
The Mineola Police Department is searching for a man who shot a gun at officers during a police chase Monday night.
Anita Sattler, of Winona Orchards, has been coming to the Tyler Farmers Market for about seven years and appreciates the support of the customers.
Erick is a 6-year-old Labrador retriever mix that weighs around 64 pounds. He was surrendered to the SPCA of East Texas and had spent most of his life in a concreted kennel. Because of this he is showing some signs of now having arthritic pain in his joints that we are taking care of. We are…
The coronavirus pandemic did not stop those at a Tyler funeral home from celebrating military service members who gave their lives while serving their country.
In appreciation of employees’ service during the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookshire Grocery Co. is giving gift cards to over 15,000 employees to help support their families.
Organizations will serve free meals to children this summer.
In honor of Memorial Day, over 100 American flags were installed this weekend around Christus Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler.
The Henderson County Fire Marshal’s Office is conducting an investigation after an early Sunday morning house fire in the Hidden Hills Harbor community.
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Norris Powell’s last days in prison were some of the most harrowing he had seen in almost a decade behind bars. He was just weeks away from release when the coronavirus was first reported in Texas prisons.
RosaLee Johnson, a 95-year-old woman from Marshall, celebrated her birthday in an unusual way this year, by being released from the hospital after suffering from COVID-19 for almost a month.
Kayadyami Arthur is set to graduate on Friday from Whitehouse High School.
Former Lt. Col. and congressman Allen West is in stable condition and being treated at a hospital after a motorcycle wreck Saturday.
This big girl’s name is Belle. Sweet Belle is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler. Belle is a 70 pound bloodhound that was rescued from a kill shelter. She is about 8 years old. Bloodhounds are affectionate, even tempered and gentle and can be big ole couc…
Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes made a guest appearance during Texas Tech’s virtual graduation ceremonies on Saturday.
An inmate at the Beto Unit in Anderson County has died with COVID-19 as a contributing cause.
Boy Scout Clayton Ellis spent his Saturday morning placing American flags on the graves of veterans to honor their sacrifices ahead of Memorial Day.
TAPPS is scheduled to announce new extracurricular guidelines for member schools Tuesday afternoon, the organization announced on its website tapps.biz.
A Mineola resident died early Saturday morning in a two-vehicle wreck in Gregg County.
A Katy man died after a one-vehicle wreck in Anderson County near Elkhart.
Gyms might be back open, but not all fitness programs have resumed normal wellness activities. FitSteps for Life, a wellness program affiliated with the nonprofit Cancer Foundation for Life, is waiting to resume until at least June.
Through the efforts of a police officer and a good samaritan, a woman was rescued from her submerged vehicle that was found in the Neches River in Chandler.
Bowlers lined every other lane Friday as Green Acres Bowling Center reopened after a two-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The University Interscholastic League said on Friday that its member schools may begin limited UIL summer strength and conditioning and marching band practice starting on June 8 as restrictions due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic begin to be lifted across Texas.