Commerce – Full audio from Tuesday's University Community Update at Texas A&M University-Commerce is now available on our website via www.ketr.org/podcasts.
A&M-Commerce President Dan Jones, Interim Provost Gary Peer, and Associate Dean of Students Brian Nichols addressed faculty, staff and students Tuesday regarding an assortment of projects pertinent to the university community.
Greenville man re-indicted on murder charges; Former Commerce City Manager Bill Shipp appointed City Manager in Royse City; Securities fraud indictments handed down in connection to oil and gas sales in Hunt County; Area residents reminded of outdoor warning sirens during severe weather; Annual Commerce Big Event set for this weekend.
Commerce, TX – Spurs and Mavs lost last night; Cuban goof costs $25,000; the Final Four have been decided; Nascar comes to Texas next; Rangers win; A&M-Commerce scrimmage last Saturday; A&M-C Track and Field team posts NCAA provisional marks.
Commerce, TX – Jerrod Knight talks with Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, about online safety and how to be a cautious and responsible internet community member.
Hunt County – Securities fraud indictments have been handed down in connection with oil and gas sales in Hunt County.
The grand jury issued indictments Friday afternoon against Donald Joseph Dean, of Tyler; Michael Day Lamont, of Allen; and Carl Tinsley Ratner, address unknown. The three are alleged to have engaged in organized criminal activity and sold unregistered securities connected to a Wolfe City oil and gas company.
Commerce, Greenville – With severe weather threatening the region throughout the week and more storms likely as the season continues, officials are reminding citizens to be aware of warning sirens in your area.
The outdoor warning system for the City of Commerce and Texas A&M University-Commerce activates when destructive winds are measured in excess of 70 mph, a tornado is reported by a weather spotter or public official and/or upon recommendation from the National Weather Service.