Commerce, TX – Lt. Bone visits the Morning Blend to discuss the new testing dates for the Commerce Outdoor Warning System, as well as the importance of up-to-the-minute weather information distribution.
Greenville man sought in connection with murder; Hopkins County residents warned against asphalt scam in area; Tuesday's University Community update at A&M-Commerce now available at ketr.org/podcasts; Guilty plead entered in hit and run accident; Funds being raised for Sulphur Springs fire victim; Lamar County Crime Stoppers seek vandalism suspect; Commerce to test outdoor warning sirens Wednesday.
Commerce, TX – Mavs beat the Timberwolves; Stars beat the Kings; Rangers lost to the Giants; A&M-Commerce junior Danny Jun helps the golf team to sixth-place finish; J.J. Pearce beats Greenville Lions varsity baseball; Celeste gets new head football coach.
Greenville – A Greenville man is again being sought in connection with a murder.
A new arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for Andreas Tearri Morris, who was re-indicted Friday in connection with a shooting death in Greenville during the summer of 2007. A judge also Tuesday also set Morris' bond at $500,000.
Commerce – A reminder to Commerce citizens, officials with the city and Texas A&M University-Commerce will be testing their outdoor warning sirens throughout the day.
Previously, the testing day was the first Tuesday of every month, but will now take place on the first Wednesday of the month. The change is in accordance with the National Weather Service's recommendations for outdoor warning systems
Severe thunderstorms producing high winds, hail and lightning on Monday seemed for the most part to stay clear of the region, now area residents are being warned against the threat of wildfires.
Hunt County Fire Marshall and Emergency Management Coordinator Richard Hill says expect an elevated fire danger present today for most of North Texas. The National Weather Service in Forth Worth has issued red flag warnings for portions of the region.