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CAC announces Bling-O Designer Purse Blingo event

TYLER --The Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County is preparing for the 7th annual Bling-O Designer Purse Blingo event, but with modifications. Mary Margaret Ligon told KTBB on Tuesday,"Instead of us doing one day, we are actually going to host a two-day event. Our guests can attend either September 9th or 10th at Harvey Convention Center in Tyler. We are doing this in order for our guests to feel safe and be able to implement appropriate distancing protocols that our ...

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Andy’s closes downtown location following COVID-19 exposure

TYLER – Andy’s Frozen Custard announced it will be closing the downtown square location for two weeks after employees were exposed to COVID-19. According to our news partner KETK, the employees will be quarantined for two weeks and the downtown location will be closed until July 24. The south Broadway location will remain open with limited hours due to employee shortages.

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Gregg County coronavirus update

GREGG COUNTY -- Gregg County health officials have updated the total number of positive coronavirus cases to 863, with 184 cases of recovery as of July 13. 16 deaths have now been linked to COVID-19. Current statistics for Gregg County are available by clicking the link. www.co.gregg.tx.us/coronavirus-information.

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Coronavirus cases in Smith County

TYLER -- Smith County added a 142 new coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the total to 1,441. 998 of those are listed as active cases and 294 are reported as recovered. There have been a total of 7 deaths county-wide. To find a free testing location in the East Texas area, visit https://www.nethealthcovid19.org/testing. You can see a complete list of reopening facilities and phone information on Tyler's webpage by clicking the link. https://www.cityoftyler.org/government/departments/communications/coronavirus-updates. For a full list of adjusted Smith County ...

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NJCAA

NJCAA votes to move all Fall sports to Spring semester

CHARLOTTE, NC -- There will not be any football this Fall for the TJC Apaches, Kilgore Rangers, Trinity Valley Cardinals or any other Junior College teams in Region 14. On Monday, because of ongoing uncertainty about the spread of COVID-19, the NJCAA officially voted to move all Fall sports to Spring. In TJC's case, that will also impact Fall sports such as soccer, volleyball, tennis and golf. The start of men's and women's basketball will also start in the ...

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TISD introduces added Head Start service provider

TYLER -- An additional Head Start service provider was welcomed to Tyler ISD on Monday. According to a brief from the district, Greater East Texas Community Action Program (GETCAP) was inaugurated in 1965. The GETCAP program is fashioned to serve and assist the total development of the child focusing on health, nutrition, education, and parent involvement services to enable children to function at an optimal level in his or her environment. Find out more on the on the Tyler ISD ...

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Gregg County cancels upcoming jury duty

Gregg County cancels upcoming jury duty

LONGVIEW -- Courts received permission to resume limited jury trials as long as the trial plan that included safety and health measures on June 1. Gregg County Courts prepared a trial plan with a start date of jury trials on July 20. On Monday, officials said they will not move forward with that decision. The resolution came about after a surge of cases county wide and consulting with health officials. The jury date has been canceled for that date, and ...

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World

Pub adds electric fence to remind customers of social distancing
Anti-Kremlin protests hit Far Eastern Russia amid crackdown
South Korea split over Seoul mayor’s harassment allegations after his death
Hong Kong Disneyland to close shortly after reopening
‘Out of the lion’s mouth’: How American Gaylen Grandstaff finally got out of Russia after years falsely jailed
Meet the COVID-19 doctors on the front lines for a 2nd time
‘Apartheid and Jim Crow are really no different’: Why George Floyd’s death reverberated in Africa
Attack at church in South Africa leaves 5 dead
Melania Trump statue in Slovenia torched, artist wants to speak with arsonists
US sanctions Chinese officials over Uighur abuses
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Business

How to negotiate the cost of college: expert tips
Tech CEO seen on camera barraging Asian family with racist rant has resigned
As loans run out, small businesses face reckoning amid COVID-19 surge
Prominent Latino voices call for Goya Foods boycott after CEO praises Trump
While some PPP beneficiaries have raised eyebrows, most remain secret
NAACP president: Facebook a ‘threat to democracy,’ ad boycott isn’t dying down soon
Starbucks will require masks for customers at all US locations
West Elm home-goods retailer takes ‘15% pledge’ supporting Black-owned brands
Another 1.3 million workers filed for unemployment insurance
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau abandons payday loan limitations
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Political

Biden unveils ambitious plan to reach 100% clean electricity by 2035, pour trillions into green energy
In final days, Alabama Senate race revolves around support from Washington
Down-ballot races across Alabama, Maine and Texas revolve around Trump: 5 things to watch on Tuesday
US will restart visa services, State Department says, amid Trump’s efforts to restrict immigration
Biden campaign slams Trump for ‘disgusting’ attempt to discredit Fauci
Education secretary faces backlash after demanding schools reopen full-time amid pandemic
Roger Stone tells ABC News, ‘I feel good. I feel great’ after Trump commutes sentence
New York judge rejects Trump family’s attempt to stop release of Mary Trump’s book
Providing no evidence, Trump tweets message attacking CDC, doctors as ‘lying’
White House seeks to discredit Fauci in memo leaked to reporters
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Health

Demand for plastic surgery is up, even with coronavirus
Mom writes children’s book about bubbles to explain social distancing to kids
Gyms stay open as COVID-19 cases rise: What to know about safety
Georgia’s 6-week abortion ban officially struck down
Too little too late: The story of how Florida shattered the country’s single-day COVID record
The heart: Before, during and after COVID-19
Latinas comprise disproportionate share of COVID cases among pregnant women
FDA expands list of potentially dangerous hand sanitizers
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Entertainment

After COVID-19 delays, CBS says newly-shot episodes of ‘The Bold and The Beautiful’ coming July 20
Will Smith seemingly addresses rift with Jada Pinkett Smith in resurfaced clip
Tom Bergeron announces he’s leaving ‘Dancing with the Stars’ after 28 seasons; Erin Andrews won’t return, either
Ventura County officials offers insight into what may have caused Naya Rivera’s drowning
‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ returns to 30 Rock
‘MythBusters’ and ‘White Rabbit Project’ host Grant Imahara dead at 49
Celebrities share memories and send condolences in the wake of Naya Rivera’s death
‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera found dead at 33
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Sports

Washington Redskins to change name and logo following years of backlash
Sports franchises face pressure to change names with Native American emblems
Andy Murray, Duchess Kate surprise students with video call on would-be start of Wimbeldon
Valentina Sampaio becomes 1st openly transgender ‘Sports Illustrated’ swimsuit model
Orlando Magic player tests positive for coronavirus, team official says
WNBA dedicates 2020 season to social justice efforts
Washington Redskins considering changing name just to be ‘politically correct’: Trump
Trump lashes out at Bubba Wallace, NASCAR over noose investigation, Confederate flag ban
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