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Topic - Tyler Smith
The day after a deadly EF4 tornado ripped through central Arkansas, Jessica Sowards sat down with her two young sons to explain what happened to their best friends in Vilonia.
Thanks to a blog post by Jessica Lane Sowards, millions are learning about the lives of two victims — Cameron Smith, 8, and Tyler Smith, 7, and the unwavering faith of their mother, April.
The field of 13 overall returning state titlists was reduced to 11 on Friday at the PIAA Wrestling Championships.
A Washington state man who was shown firing guns on the National Geographic TV show "Doomsday Preppers" has pleaded not guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm.
When Tyler Smith appeared last November on the National Geographic Channel TV show "Doomsday Preppers," he was shown loading and firing two guns on his Buckley, Wash., property.
Randy Edsall inherited five scholarship quarterbacks when he was named Maryland's football coach in January.