Super Tuesday: 4 Unusual Presidential Elections

Super Tuesday is tomorrow, March 1, and Texas is one of 13 states and 1 territory voting to elect presidential candidates for the Republican or Democratic parties. In celebration of American democracy, we’re taking a look at 4 notable American presidential elections.   Washington Unopposed in Presidential Race The nation’s very first election was a […]

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What to Do if You’re the Victim of A Hit-And-Run

On the morning of February 25, a silver vehicle (possibly a four-door) was speeding down the eastbound lanes of Highway 64, west of County Road 413 on the western edge of Tyler. The driver used the westbound lane to pass traffic, forcing another vehicle (a Mazda) to swerve in order to avoid the silver vehicle. […]

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2015 Crime Report: Tyler Crime Gradually Decreasing

Yesterday, February 23, the Tyler Police Department released the crime statistics for 2015. The good news is that the overall crime statistics have been decreasing the past 5 years. Here is a breakdown of the crimes that occurred in Tyler in 2015. Part 1 Crime Crimes in the Part 1 category include both violent and […]

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5 Things You Need to Keep in Your Vehicle

On Sunday, February 21, a man was pulled from his vehicle in Memphis, Tennessee just moments before the his Jeep bursted into flames. A Memphis police officer was able to help the driver get out of the vehicle just in time. The vehicle was totally destroyed by the flames but one thing on the passenger’s […]

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Texas Vehicle Registration & Inspection Changes

This weekend, Tyler is hosting the East Texas Auto and Cycle Show at the Harvey Convention Center. The doors open tonight at 4PM (Friday, February 19th) and the event continues through Sunday, February 21st. For a $10 raffle ticket, you will be entered to possibly win a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible. Whether you’re driving a […]

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15 Weirdest Laws in America

From Hawaii to Maine, the United States has some pretty odd laws. Here are 15 of the weirdest laws across America that are still in effect today. Alaska It’s illegal to wake a sleeping bear in order to take a picture. California No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 mph. This means that Google’s […]

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What to Do if Your Car Breakdowns

  On the evening of Valentine’s Day, a drunk driver struck and killed a Good Samaritan who was helping someone in a broken down vehicle. On the Eastex Freeway, the drunk driver hit a truck, crossed all five lanes of traffic, and struck the 31-year-old man trying to help. Unfortunately this tragedy shows the danger […]

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The Dangers of Puppy Love: Dog Bites

What do 4.5 million Americans have in common?  Dog bites; this is the number of people bitten by dogs each year and half of these Americans are ages 5 to 9.  By understanding why dogs bite people and the proper way to approach dogs, you can help prevent dog bites from occurring. Reasons Dogs May […]

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Mending A Broken Heart: Surgical Errors

There are thousands of heart surgeries performed in the United States every day.  For those having these operations, surgical errors are the last thing they want to worry about.  In 2012, researchers estimated that at least 4,000 surgical errors occur in the United States every year that should never happen.  This reality is nerve-racking for […]

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