Tyler police investigating aggravated robbery early Saturday at fast-food restaurant

Tyler police are looking for a man who robbed a fast food restaurant at gunpoint early Saturday morning. An employee of the Jack in the Box at 6915 S. Broadway told police a man dressed in all black with a bandana over his face entered the store about 4 a.m., surprised her in the office, pointed a handgun at her and demanded money from the…

Upcoming East Texas events: Tyler Public Library's annual reception, 161st Sacred Harp Convention in Henderson and more

Public invited to Friends of the Tyler Public Library’s annual reception The Friends of the Tyler Public Library is inviting the public to attend their annual reception from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday.  Acting as ambassadors in the community, the organization gives assistance to and promotes the Library’s mission by assisting with fundraising

Susan Guthrie named as finalist for city administrator position west of Ft. Worth

Two former city of Tyler administrators are on the finalist list to become the city administrator of a small Texas town west of Fort Worth. Former assistant City Managers Susan Guthrie, who resigned from Tyler in April, and Scott Wall, who was hired in 2009, were interviewed Wednesday to potentially lead the city of Willow Park. The town has a

County residents to pay more in taxes in 2017, $4 million put toward road improvements

Smith County plans to pull $4 million from its reserve next fiscal year and dedicate it to road improvements, according to its proposed budget. It’s the third consecutive year for the county to dedicate part of its reserve fund balance to roads and follows $3 million dedicated in 2016 and $2 million in 2015. Commissioner Jeff Warr said the

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