21 Suspects Named in Major East Texas ID Theft Ring
A four month fraud investigation conducted by members of the Tyler Police Department, FBI and other County and local police agencies has led to numerous suspects being charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity.
Stealing Manhole Covers Lands Two East Texas Women in Jail
Authorities in Harrison County have arrested two women attempting to sell stolen manhole covers to a scrap yard.
FDA Approves Morning-After-Pill for Over the Counter Sales + Lowers Age Requirement
In a surprise twist to the effort to ease access to morning-after pills, the government has lowered the age limit to 15 for one brand — Plan B One-Step — and given the go-ahead for the Plan B morning-after-pill to be placed on store shelves, not kept behind pharmacy counters.
East Texas Robbery Suspects Caught after Witness Alerts Police
Two East Texas men are jailed on aggravated robbery charges after authorities acted on a tip from a witness who was at a convenience store when it was robbed.
Is Caffeine Loaded Food Safe for Children?
A study by the Federal Food Administration is attempting to determine if caffeinated foods for children are safe.
New Early Voting Location in Tyler Opens Today
Monday is the start of early voting across the state for the May 11th elections, but in Tyler voter administration officials say a large number of voters are showing up at the old location to cast their ballot.
Drop Off Old and Outdated Prescriptions with No Questions Asked
It’s time to clean out the medicine cabinet. The Tyler Police Department and Brookshires are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the National Prescription Drug-Take Back Day this Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Former East Texas Photographer Indicted on Numerous Child Sex Charges
A federal grand jury in Tyler has indicted a North Texas man on child exploitation charges.
Memorial Set for Victims in Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion
The town of West, Texas, is preparing to say goodbye to 14 people who were killed when a fertilizer plant exploded and leveled part of the town.
Execution Set Thursday for East Texas Man
Richard Cobb, who was convicted for a 2003 slaying and abduction of a Cherokee County man, is set to die Thursday evening in Huntsville.
Texas Lottery Nearly Abolished
An unexpected vote Tuesday to abolish the Texas Lottery Commission took a sharp turn later in the day when Texas House members re-grouped and voted 91-53 to keep the Commission in place
Accidental Death at Tyler City Hall Under Investigation
Authorities are awaiting autopsy results to determine the exact cause of death of a man who was working Sunday on a renovation project at Tyler City Hall.