Hunt County – Hunt County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person or person's responsible for a burglary of a building in Greenville.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce has been informed that the City of Commerce Emergency Management Staff and the American Red Cross are seeking volunteers to help with potential evacuees from Hurricane Gustav.
Although Hurricane Gustav has not yet entered the Gulf of Mexico, it is expected to make landfall along the Louisiana and Texas coasts sometime Tuesday morning.
Commerce – Although news headlines point out that Commerce High School has received an Unacceptable rating from the Texas Education Agency, there's more good news than bad regarding the latest results of the TAKS administration last spring.
Sulphur Springs – Two new charges have been filed in connection to a recent shooting hoax in Sulphur Springs.
Robert Mitchell Alexander of Sulphur Springs earlier this week was charged with engaging in organized criminal activity. Alexander, along with his brother Josh, are said to have suffered gunshot wounds on the night of August 11 and were taken to a local hospital. Both victims reportedly told officers they were shot by a group of three masked men.
A two vehicle accident Sunday results in the death of one man. Everette Lavon McGrew of Garland was killed, and Sherry Harland McCloud of Wolfe City was injured in the head on collision. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the crash occurred around 4:15 p.m. Sunday along State Highway 34. McGrew, who was not wearing a seat belt, was transported to Presbyterian Hospital of Greenville, where he later died. McCloud was transported to Parkland Hospital of Dallas, and at last report was listed in stable condition.