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City of Tyler replaces broken emergency siren Video included

TYLER (KYTX) - The equipment is finally in and crews have installed all the pieces for the new emergency siren at New Copeland and Paluxy in Tyler. More>>

Annual Great Texas Balloon Race coming soon

East Texas (KYTX)- Hot air balloons will soon fill the skies over East Texas for the annual Great Texas Balloon Race.  More>>

'Disintegrated' Air Algerie plane found with no survivors; 'black box' recovered

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Investigators are working trying to figure out what caused an Air Algerie passenger plane to crash. The USA Today is now reporting there were no survivors, but the plane's black box has been found.  More>>

Report: 4 journalists detained in Tehran, 3 of them Americans

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Concern is growing for the wellbeing of four journalists apparently detained in Iran this week, three of them American citizen. The Washington Post reported Thursday that it had received "credible reports" that its Tehran correspondent Jason Rezaian, a U.S. citizen, and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, had been detained on Tuesday evening. More>>

Friday Morning Weather: Mostly Sunny Skies, High mid-upper 90's

East Texas (KYTX)- Happy TGIF! Mostly sunny skies today through the weekend with high temps topping out in the mid-upper 90's.  More>>

Business News: Unemployment claims hit 8-year low

(CNN)- The number of initial unemployment claims dropped to an eight year low last week.  More>>

Health Alert: Shift workers more likely to have diabetes

(CBS)- People who work rotating shifts are at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.  More>>

SPECIAL REPORT: You Don't Know Where That's Been Video included

After a few disastrous flu seasons, and recent increases in staph infections nationwide, spreading germs is becoming more and more serious. In a special report, we tested a bunch of things we touch every day to see how filthy they really are. More>>

UPDATE: Preliminary autopsy results show 4-year-Old Athens girl was stabbed, drowned Video included

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ATHENS (KYTX) - CBS19 has obtained preliminary autopsy results, which reveal that 4-year-old Victoria Wyatt died from multiple injuries, including a stab wound to her chest.  More>>

UPDATE: Unidentified man calls 911 to report 2 toddlers not breathing Video included

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The Quitman Police Department is investigating the death of two small children who died Thursday in Quitman. More>>

Spring Hill adds former university head coach, John Tyler grad to football staff Video included

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Spring Hill High School Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Mark Sartain says he's filled two football coaching positions, including defensive coordinator, after suffering two resignations from his staff two days before a state deadline. More>>

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  • UPDATE: Preliminary autopsy results show 4-year-Old Athens girl was stabbed, drowned

    UPDATE: Preliminary autopsy results show 4-year-Old Athens girl was stabbed, drowned

    Victoria Wyatt Victoria Wyatt
    ATHENS (KYTX) - CBS19 has obtained preliminary autopsy results, which reveal that 4-year-old Victoria Wyatt died from multiple injuries, including a stab wound to her chest. More >>
    ATHENS (KYTX) - CBS19 has obtained preliminary autopsy results, which reveal that 4-year-old Victoria Wyatt died from multiple injuries, including a stab wound to her chest. More >>
  • Dallas doctor convicted of health care fraud

    Dallas doctor convicted of health care fraud

    Thursday, July 24 2014 5:39 PM EDT2014-07-24 21:39:15 GMT
    A Dallas County, Texas, physician has been convicted of health care fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Tariq Mahmood, 63, of Cedar Hill was found guilty by a jury of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and seven counts of health care fraud following a four day trial before U.S. District Judge Michael Schneider. According to information presented in court, Mahmood, a general practitioner, owned and operated seve...More >>
    A Dallas County, Texas, physician has been convicted of health care fraud violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales today. Tariq Mahmood, 63, of Cedar Hill was found guilty by a jury of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and seven counts of health care fraud following a four day trial before U.S. District Judge Michael Schneider. According to information presented in court, Mahmood, a general practitioner, owned and operated seve...More >>
  • Accused capital murderer James Calvert toys with court: "I'm not the defendant"

    Accused capital murderer James Calvert toys with court: "I'm not the defendant"

    Thursday, July 24 2014 5:09 PM EDT2014-07-24 21:09:04 GMT
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    TYLER (KYTX) -- Accused capital murderer James Calvetrt was back in court Thursday for another pretrial hearing.Calvert is accused of killing his ex-wife Jelena on Haloween of 2012 and then kidnapping, going on the run with his young son.More >>
    TYLER (KYTX) -- Accused capital murderer James Calvetrt was back in court Thursday for another pretrial hearing.Calvert is accused of killing his ex-wife Jelena on Haloween of 2012 and then kidnapping, going on the run with his young son.More >>
  • North Korea reports 'serious accident' after Pyongyang building collapses

    North Korea reports 'serious accident' after Pyongyang building collapses

    North Korean officials stand among the families of victims of the building collapse in Pyongyang, North Korea, on May 17.North Korean officials stand among the families of victims of the building collapse in Pyongyang, North Korea, on May 17.
    (CNN) -- An apartment building in the North Korean capital collapsed in what state media described as a "serious accident" that caused an unspecified number of casualties.More >>
    (CNN) -- An apartment building in the North Korean capital collapsed in what state media described as a "serious accident" that caused an unspecified number of casualties.More >>
  • Gymnastics teaches healthy, life lessons to young East Texas athletes

    Gymnastics teaches healthy, life lessons to young East Texas athletes

    Thursday, April 24 2014 11:00 PM EDT2014-04-25 03:00:32 GMT
    Parents, you have so many quality choices when it comes to enrolling your children in sports to keep them active and healthy. If your goal is to get them in a sport while they're young and stick with it, gymnastics starts as young as two. In tonight's Fit City, the benefits of the sport and what it takes to be a gymnast.More >>
    Parents, you have so many quality choices when it comes to enrolling your children in sports to keep them active and healthy. If your goal is to get them in a sport while they're young and stick with it, gymnastics starts as young as two. In tonight's Fit City, the benefits of the sport and what it takes to be a gymnast.More >>
  • Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    Transcripts reveal crew's confusion when South Korean ferry sank

    In this handout image provided by the Republic of Korea Coast Guard, a passenger ferry sinks off the coast of Jindo Island on April 16, 2014, in Jindo-gun, South Korea. THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA COAST GUARD VIA GETTY IMAGESIn this handout image provided by the Republic of Korea Coast Guard, a passenger ferry sinks off the coast of Jindo Island on April 16, 2014, in Jindo-gun, South Korea. THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA COAST GUARD VIA GETTY IMAGES
    (JINDO, South Korea)- Transcripts released Sunday show the crew ofthe ferry that sank off South Korea's coastwas crippled by indecision. That lack of action, authorities believe, was deadly.On Sunday, families of those still missing blocked the caravan of South Korea's prime minister, demanding answers, as divers began pulling bodies out of the water.There were 476 people on board when the ferry sank Wednesday. At least 59 are now confirmed dead. More than 240 are still missing.Bodies came in...More >>
    (JINDO, South Korea)- Transcripts released Sunday show the crew ofthe ferry that sank off South Korea's coastwas crippled by indecision. That lack of action, authorities believe, was deadly.On Sunday, families of those still missing blocked the caravan of South Korea's prime minister, demanding answers, as divers began pulling bodies out of the water.There were 476 people on board when the ferry sank Wednesday. At least 59 are now confirmed dead. More than 240 are still missing.Bodies came in...More >>
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  • The Investigators

    The Investigators

    Here, you'll find investigative pieces from the Tyler Morning Telegraph's Kenneth Dean and CBS 19 -- The Investigators.More >>
    Here, you'll find investigative pieces from the Tyler Morning Telegraph's Kenneth Dean and CBS 19's Field Sutton -- The Investigators.More >>

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