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Landslide traps at least 150 in India

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Landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains may have trapped 150 people or more in a village in western India. About 40 ambulances and 200 volunteers have been sent to the scene to help with the rescue effort. More>>

Drive Clean Across Texas

TYLER (KYTX) - TxDOT is launching its Drive Clean Across Texas campaign just in time for the dog days of summer. TxDOT is encouraging all drivers to be more conscious of our air quality as we hit the road this summer. Experts say keeping on schedule with oil changes and making sure your tires are at the right pressure can really go a long way in helping out our environment. More>>

IIHS releases small car crash test results

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with new crash test results for small cars. The Mini Cooper-Countryman is the only small car to receive a good rating in the crash tests.  More>>

Business News: Boost in fight to make money

(CBS)- McDonald's workers got a big boost in their fight to make more money.  More>>

Health Alert: Hospital arrival time impacts treatment

(CBS)-A new study from the American Heart Association finds patients who went to the hospital during the evening or on weekends or holidays have a slightly higher risk of dying.  More>>

Wednesday Morning Weather: 20 % chance of showers, high near 90

East Texas(KYTX)- Good morning! A warm front to our south along the upper TX coast will slowly bow north today, increasing our rain chances, as an upper level disturbance slides south out of the central plains.

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Tyler teenager says amputee camp changed her life Video included

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TYLER (KYTX)-Whitney Hemphill is a sophomore at Robert E. Lee High School and she's even on the pom squad. She was born with a club foot and had to have her leg amputated when she was nine, but Hemphill says that couldn't stop her. More>>

Bullard population growth sparks need for new water well Video included

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BULLARD (KYTX) The population in Bullard is on a continuous rise. As housing developments continue to pop up across the area, the city is now taking steps to ensure that as time goes on, there will be enough water to go around. More>>

Texas junior colleges deal with financial cuts, look to next legislative session Video included

State funding for Texas community colleges has been on a decline for decades, but the numbers dropped significantly during the recession. As we get closer to a new legislative session, administrators are fighting to keep the little funding they have left.  More>>

Water Main Break Results In Overwhelming Flooding At UCLA

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WESTWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Police officials are evacuating students and faculty from UCLA after a water main break resulted in massive flooding, that has rushed into campus.The call came in at 3:24 p.m. that the break was shooting water into the air and flooding the streets.The amount of water rushing out of the break was estimated to be at 36,000 of gallons per minute.Sunset Blvd has been closed in both directions, from Veteran to Hilgard.The break occurred directly next to Marymount High School... More>>

Children Are A Gift: Triston Video included

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TYLER (KYTX) – "Triston is a very energetic and excited young man and he is looking to have an active life and have opportunities to chase his hopes and dreams," said Jerry Johnson with Child Protective Services. More>>

Ebola virus being studied in Galveston lab

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(KHOU)- The Ebola virus is one of the deadliest on the planet and the current outbreak is the worst the world has seen since the virus surfaced in the late 1970s. 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

    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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