A new law will change the licensing process for long-term care providers for persons with intellectual disabilities.
It’s the beginning of a new era for performing arts at Tyler Junior College.
Festivals in the Tyler area this weekend offer a variety of experiences.
The Charlie Daniels Band is coming to Tyler to perform at the Oil Palace on June 29. This year, the band is celebrating the 40th anniversary of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."
Tyler Civic Theatre's production of "Mamma Mia!," a show featuring the music of ABBA, continues.
The sound of circular saws and hammers could be heard at the end of North Central Avenue on Wednesday where Scott Duncan was leading a team of volunteers to repair and remodel the Rios' family home.
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East Texas artist Sylvia Morse will be honored with the People's Choice Award for her depiction of a downtown garden on a temporary barricade in front of the Plaza Tower in Tyler.
The Tyler ISD Foundation is seeing a huge increase in funding, which means teachers and students will be seeing big benefits from the nonprofit’s programs.
Smith County officials are looking at whether to raise property tax bills in the upcoming fiscal year to pay for new spending related to law enforcement and employee raises, among other things.
As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing approaches, a Tyler engineer is sharing his story.
Those on hand to present the award were: Brent Annear, Texas Medical Association’s director of media relations and PR; Angela Driggs, executive director of the Smith County Medical Society; and Dr. Li-Yu Mitchell, local family physician and member of Texas Medical Association’s Council on He…
The Smith County Commissioner's Court announced Tuesday Smith County Fire Marshal Connie McCoy-Wasson submitted her retirement letter which will be effective June 30.
Broadway Square Mall announced Tuesday Dick’s Sporting Goods will open at Broadway Square Mall in the first quarter of 2020.
The Tyler Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one person injured on Tuesday.
The Tyler Independent School District will replace its Head Start program with districtwide full day Pre-K for the 2019-20 school year, after increased funding was approved by the state legislature.
Children at Camp Tyler are learning to come into their own as they explore nature and learn to trust themselves.
Smith County officials are preparing a budget that will decide how much residents pay in property taxes and what the government spends on services.
Even as a child, Carrie Mason Davis knew she would be an artist. She never considered another career and enjoyed exploring all types of art, thinking outside the box and creativity.
HENDERSON COUNTY — An East Texas man convicted of murdering two law enforcement officers in 2007 has been given an execution date.
A Tyler nonprofit is taking major steps toward curbing suicide and mental health crises among students in East Texas.
Before you can ride your horse down old town roads, you have to learn the basics. Tyler Junior College and the Brunson Equestrian Center at the Texas Rose Horse Park team up each summer to host camps teaching children how to ride.
Taco enthusiasts and Italian food lovers can rejoice with a pair of restaurants new to the Tyler area.
With a pink bow in her hair, a frilly skirt and gold shoes on, infant Audrey Lemus is encouraged to crawl across a soft blanket on the living room floor, to sit up, to roll over and to reach for objects with her small hands.
The Texas Retired Teachers Association, the largest association of retired school personnel in the nation, recently honored one of its members from Smith County with its highest honor, the E.L. Galyean Service Award.
Two sisters set up a lemonade stand in Overton four years ago and were shut down by the police. Now, a bill has been signed that will prevent such a future possibility.
Despite recent criticism painting Toll 49 as dangerous, the head of the agency that administers the road says a wave of serious and fatal wrecks has been determined to have been caused by distracted or inebriated driving, inclement weather conditions or other outside factors.
East Texans came together in honor of Juneteenth for a full day of activities.
Entries from amateur and professional photographers will be accepted the week of June 17-21 for Texas Bank and Trust’s 37th annual Photography Contest and Exhibition.
Sharon Townsend lost a bet over 20 years ago, and had to get a tattoo.
The Smith County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing disabled Smith County woman.
A Tyler man was sentenced to 11 years in prison for soliciting sexual contact from a law enforcement officer posing as a 15-year-old girl online during an undercover investigation.
Longtime Tyler resident and experienced communications professional John Moore has been tapped to lead Meals on Wheels Ministry.
TYLER, Texas — CBS19 will host a town hall with Tyler City Council District 3 candidates Shirley McKellar and Pamela Phoenix at 7:15 p.m. on June 13. You can watch the town hall live below, on the TylerPaper Facebook page or on the CBS19 website, app and Facebook page.
The Federal Aviation Administration was investigating the crash of a single engine plane in a field behind the Holly Lake Car Care car wash in Wood County on Thursday.
Early voting starts Monday in an election that will determine who represents neighborhoods near John Tyler High School, Caldwell Zoo and Woldert Park on the City Council.
East Texans came together for an evening of celebration this week to recognize women veterans.
Tyler Police arrested three juveniles, two 16-year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy accused of auto break-ins at two Tyler apartment complexes on Thursday.
Holly Hyatt, 26, of Tyler came to the Broadway Square Mall on Wednesday to do some shopping, but also took some time to visit about distracted driving with representatives from the Texas Department of Transportation and AT&T.
The chairman of the board of directors for Meals on Wheels East Texas announced Wednesday that the CEO is no longer in her position.
Mayor Martin Heines made a “kaboom” motion with his hand and laughed with City Councilman Ed Moore as a city employee approached the City Council podium on Wednesday to discuss a parks project.
The city of Tyler will spend more money on an ongoing drainage study in order to make sure it is in compliance with a state permit.
For one newlywed, it was an obvious choice to have her wedding in downtown Tyler.
Tyler ISD will see a net gain of about $7.5 million in annual funding for the coming year, money that will go toward full day pre-K, teacher pay and school security, among other things.
“Abduction” — An American in Vietnam teams with a local assassin to battle otherworldly forces. With Scott Adkins, Andy On. Written by Mike MacLean. Directed by Ernie Barbarash. (1:46) NR.
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band returns to Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin St., for a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday.
On a dreamy Greek island, Sophie is excited about her wedding and looking forward to her father walking her down the aisle. Unfortunately Sophie’s mother, Donna, won’t tell her who her father is, leaving Sophie to take matters into her own hands.
Events around East Texas will mark Juneteenth, the celebration of June 19, 1865, the day when Texas learned that slavery had been abolished.
A man wanted for an April assault involving a handgun at University of Texas at Tyler student housing was shot to death by police in Fort Worth on Sunday.