Bonham – Authorities have seized about 60 dogs and three horses from a Fannin County property.
Brenda Neely's Pet Place near Bonham reportedly had eleven dead animals in plastic bags stored in a barn. The SPCA of Texas says many of the dogs were severely underweight or emaciated, and some had no access to water.
Investigators said they had repeatedly warned the owner about the animals' poor care, but say that owner failed to improve conditions.
Greenville – The Greenville City Council was split on some of the proposed changes to its city's charter. The Council voted 5-2 to include all 13 propositions, which will be on the May 8 ballot.
Hattie Tennison and Betty Franklin voted to limit the number of propositions on the ballot to an even dozen, amid discussion over whether the city's next municipal judge could live outside of the city limits.
Greenville – A possible motive is revealed in Saturday chase through Greenville that ended with the shooting death of Edward Markeist Wheaton.
Wheaton's estranged wife, who works at Schlotzsky's Deli at Crossroads Mall, believes he may have been in town to kill her.
Wheaton was initially cornered in the mall's parking lot by law enforcement. He died at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash near the intersection of Wesley and Stanford Streets where officers reportedly fired on Wheaton's vehicle.