East Texas Now’s Jeremy G. Butler talks with actor Tye Sheridan about his career in Hollywood, his Elkhart roots, the ins and outs of his Wonder Studio AI Project, and his advice for aspiring East Texas actors.
East Texas Now’s Jeremy G. Butler talks to White House Correspondent Jon Decker about top U.S. Officials’ unnanounced trips to Ukraine, including the most recent by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland.
East Texas Now White House Correspondent Josh Rutenberg talks with Devyn Shea on the one year anniversary of Russia's invasion about the impact the war with Russia has had on Ukraine. It has affected them in every way... their population, their economy, and many other ways.
New results from a pilot program in the UK showed many benefits to workers’ health and productivity with a four-day work week, as 92% of the businesses that tried the four-day week decided to keep the schedule long-term.
The “STEM Like a Girl” program for middle school students features presentations and projects from local women who are professionals in STEM fields. The TJC STEM Club also hosts activities during the event.
DEA Special Agent in Charge Eduardo A. Chavez manages the DEA Dallas Field Office, which covers the entire north Texas area and the whole state of Oklahoma. He visits the Tyler DEA office a few times a year to make sure efforts are well coordinated.
Gray TV White House Correspondent Jon Decker spoke with ETN's Jeremy G. Butler about a range of political topics including Nikki Haley's announcement that she's running for president, new electric vehicle rules, as well as the latest information surrounding surveillance balloons.
The “Class Reunion Quartet” is an all-male a capella group that sings in four-part barbershop harmony. It’s part of the larger “East Texas Men In Harmony” chorus, which has members from all over the East Texas area, representing over 20 towns in the Greater Tyler area. They visited the newsroom on Friday and sang a couple of songs for us.
By KLTV Digital Media Staff, KTRE Digital Media Staff and Peter Zampa
Washington Correspondent Peter Zampa gives perspective on major developing stories on Capitol Hill, from the economy to immigration and what could be the next chapter for the Republican National Committee.