In Ohio pepper-spray assault case, judge has victim fire back Video

An assault suspect who pepper-sprayed someone in the face at a fast-food restaurant received similar treatment in court as punishment from a Cleveland-area judge embracing the principle of "an eye for an eye." Our Melissa McTee has the story.…

What color is her hair? It depends Video

Do you remember that dress that looked either white-and-gold or blue-and-black, depending on who was looking at it? This time — it's hair. Sabrina Abu-Obeid is a 24-year-old video blogger and musician living in Florida. When she recently dyed her hair violet her boyfriend noticed that the violet color appeared pink, purple or blue under different lighting.

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Concert series, The Caddo Sessions at Liberty Hall, to blend blues, bluegrass

  Edwin Holt, of Tyler, has been performing blues music much of his life. He’s now ready to shake things up a bit. Holt has announced plans to present a series of concerts at Liberty Hall in Tyler, featuring music that crosses the lines between multiple genres. The first concert, set for June 13, is being billed as The Caddo Sessions.

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Duchovny is on the case in 'Aquarius'

NBC’s “Aquarius” transports hippies, flower power, free love and a budding psychopath named Charles Manson to prime time. More significant for network TV watchers, “Aquarius” marks the dawning of the new age of David Duchovny. The drama is a return…

28 May 2015 [10:53 PM]
Wine Swirl set for June 27 downtown

After a successful first year in 2014, Tyler Main Street is bringing back Wine Swirl. The event is set for 6 to 10 p.m. on June 27, Main Street announced. Restaurants and vineyards will offer food and wine samples in…

28 May 2015 [10:48 PM]
Athens event to help Van tornado recovery

A concert and activities on Saturday at Bruce Field in Athens will raise money for ongoing tornado recovery efforts in Van, organizers announced. The disaster relief benefit is being hosted by Bright Entertainment and Athens Farmer’s Market in conjunction with…

28 May 2015 [10:47 PM]
Comedy festival returns in June

Tickets are now on sale for the Fourth Annual East Texas Comedy Festival set for June 18 to 20 at Liberty Hall…

28 May 2015 [10:42 PM]
Unidentified small rose no doubt Lady Banksia

Dear Neil: When we purchased our home in 1972, there was a mesquite tree that was covered with a vine. The vine sported many tiny pale yellow blooms that looked like little roses. I believe they even smelled like roses,…

27 May 2015 [08:59 PM]
A week of perfect days

“Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.” — Joseph…

26 May 2015 [10:27 PM]
Kids invited to whip up some fun

Simon Kidgits Club welcomes young foodies and their families to the Lil’ Chefs event at Broadway Square Mall on Saturday, June 13 from 1-3 p.m. The annual event, sponsored by Chick-fil-A, FRESH by Brookshires, Sonic Drive-in and Great…

26 May 2015 [03:36 PM]

“Again therefore Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘I am the light of the world; he who follows Me shall not walk in the darkness, but shall have the light of life.’” — John 8:12 (NASB) The guest speaker went around…

22 May 2015 [11:02 PM]
Vineyard Church to host poverty awareness concert

The Vineyard Church of Tyler will have A Celebration of Music in the Park Remembering the Poor from 2 to 5 p.m. May 30 at the Bergfeld Park Amphitheater. Local musical artists who are scheduled to perform include: The Scrips,…

22 May 2015 [11:00 PM]
David Letterman scores highest rating since '05

David Letterman’s final appearance as host of “The Late Show” delivered the CBS program’s best overnight rating since December 2005, when Oprah Winfrey was a guest. Based on the overnight data from the top 56 markets measured by Nielsen, the…

21 May 2015 [11:54 PM]
Texas State Railroad to salute Armed Forces

The Texas State Railroad will salute those who serve in the armed forces with special Memorial Day weekend activities at its Palestine Depot on Saturday and Sunday. Patriot Trains decorated in patriotic red, white and blue will depart from the…

21 May 2015 [08:12 PM]
City of Tyler postpones downtown art event

The city of Tyler has postponed its ArtSquared event that was scheduled for Saturday on the downtown square. Beverly Abell, of the Tyler Main Street Department, said a new date has not been set. Earlier the city promoted ArtSquared as…

21 May 2015 [08:11 PM]
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