While Hyacinth Holt, of Tyler, was once very concerned that a nephew of hers who was born prematurely might not survive, today she and other members of her family are much more at ease.
Rusty is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler. He is 3 years old and looks like he is part pug and terrier. Rusty is a very happy guy with lots of energy. He weighs about 25 pounds and has been neutered. He is current on starting vaccinations including rab…
Dr. Derek Mitchell will lead Thursday's Walk with a Doc program. He is scheduled to talk about surgical anesthesia. Mitchel is a board certified anesthesiologist with U.S. Anesthesia Partners-Tyler. Walk with a Doc, a project of the Smith County Medical Society, begins at 6 p.m. Thursday at …
The chairman of the Smith County Republican Party says he’ll serve the remainder of his term, despite recent efforts to remove him from office.
The Smith County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help locating two woman suspected or assaulting another person causing them serious injuries.
Tyler residents have been getting to use their umbrellas a lot more than in past years.
A Troup woman who pleaded guilty to a first-degree felony drug manufacturing and distribution charge was sentenced on Friday to 50 years in prison.
Children can learn about the science behind some of their favorite heroes and villains during Superhero Science Day on Saturday at the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College.
Each year before AVID and National Honor Society students from John Tyler High School walk the stage during graduation, they take time to walk the halls.
A multiagency law enforcement sting operation on Wednesday and Thursday resulted in the arrests of four East Texas men for online solicitation of a minor.
South Broadway Avenue was closed for about two hours on Friday near downtown Tyler due to an 18-wheeler hitting a power pole.
Maria Palacio didn’t know any English but refused to let that stand in the way of reaching her goals and setting an example for her daughters.
Historic Tyler Inc. is challenging people to identify buildings using only photographs of their arches as a clue.
A two-way race has opened for a Tyler City Council seat after a lawyer announced Thursday he plans to run in 2020.
Tyler Junior College announces 1,201 graduates and 1,406 degrees and certificates.
The Tyler Celtic Festival, which originally was set for this weekend, has been rescheduled.
A Tyler man with documented gang affiliations and prior convictions has been sentenced to 18 years in prison and fined $1,500.
Two people were killed and another person was injured in a shooting in Van Zandt County.
Leaders in the Smith County Republican Party say they are moving forward with removing their chairman from office.
Landmark Title Inc. and the Kyle Lake Foundation served as presenting sponsors for the 13th annual Kyle Lake Memorial Golf Tournament on May 6 at The Cascades Golf & Country Club in Tyler.
The 32nd annual Lindale Championship Rodeo begins Thursday and runs through Saturday at Cross Brand Cowboy Church, 11915 FM 2015, in Tyler.
Tyler Independent School District plans to offer two new classes focusing on the Bible.
In his last State of the City address before civic, business and community leaders throughout Tyler, Mayor Martin Heines credited the city’s longtime financial practices for making progress on infrastructure.
A runoff election for a seat on the Tyler City Council will be held June 29.
This week, going for the green has more than one meaning.
The Tyler Police Department is searching for a man wanted for aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Texas families and businesses can save on the purchase of certain water- and energy-efficient products during the state’s Water-Efficient Products and Energy Star sales tax holidays. Both take place May 25-27.
A businessman says he will run for the District 4 seat on Tyler City Council in May of 2020.
East Texans will have the first chance to see a new stage show about the life and music of Elvis Presley that will tour in the United States and Europe.
Mouse and the Traps, a Tyler rock band that had a string of regional hits in the 1960s, including "Public Execution” and “Hit the Bricks,” is reuniting for a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin St.
The Tyler Museum of Art explores the mystique of the South as seen through the eyes of a Texas talent with its next major exhibition, "Floating Life: Mississippi River Drawings by Liz Ward."
Entries are being accepted for the Living Peace Visual Art Exhibit that will be on view as part of the Art of Peace – Tyler celebration, a citywide commemoration of the United Nations' International Day of Peace on Sept. 21.
Rodeo fans have a choice between events in Jacksonville and Lindale this weekend.
The elevator pitch for “Poms” had to have been: “It’s ‘Bring It On’ in an old folks home!” because that’s exactly what it is. The brilliant 2000 cheerleading comedy is the gift that keeps on giving (to the tune of, count ‘em, five sequels), so it makes sense to try and re-create that magic b…
Rebel Wilson had to fight to make sure she and Anne Hathaway could make the same kind of risque jokes their male counterparts do and not have their new film "The Hustle" get classified as R-rated.
The Smith County Road and Bridge Department is urging residents to report any county road washouts or trees down from last week’s storms and not to assume they have already been reported.
The Facebook Group "Remember The Cut: and Way Back When" will host what it is calling an Old Skool Social from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Woldert Park.
One person died Wednesday after an industrial accident at a construction site in Smith County.
The city of Tyler has published a bilingual annual report, allowing readers of both English and Spanish to learn more about their government.
While Dallas Cowboys safety Kavon Frazier’s performance on the field has made him an important part of his team’s secondary, some may consider his moves off the field to be just as amazing.
Smith County will consider environmental and sustainable factors when awarding contracts going forward.
The man known in the area as the "Asian Nazi" on social media has been sentenced to more than eight years in federal prison for federal firearms violations and ordered to surrender to immigration officials for deportation after serving his sentence, according to a news release from the U.S. …
Herbert C. Buie, 88, of Tyler, walked up to the Peace Officers Memorial on the T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza to place a red rose in memory of his uncle, Tyler Police Officer M.J. Buie.
Smith County officials voted Tuesday to issue the second phase in a $39.5 million bond package that voters approved in November 2017.
A 19-year-old Tyler man has been charged with murder in connection with an April 20 shooting that left one person dead and two others injured.
Tyler ISD swore in board members for new three-year terms on Tuesday.
LINDALE — A nonprofit providing drinking water has received a grant to use mapping technology to improve distribution.
Lindale Independent School District has selected a new principal for Velma Penny Elementary School. Kaela Deslatte, current principal of the Lindale Early Childhood Center, will take over for Monica Moore, who is retiring.
An 18-year-old Holly Lake Ranch man is dead and the man who shot him was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.