Greenville – A shooting in Greenville that may have been a family violence incident leaves one person hospitalized and a second in custody.
Authorities Sunday evening, with the help of a witness, responded to the 3500 block of Washington Street to find a believed gunshot victim, 18 years of age. He was transported to Medical Center of Plano and last known to be in stable condition.
Commerce – The Thalian Culture Club in Commerce is gearing up for their annual fundraiser this Saturday, a signature and live auction.
The event is the organization's only fundraiser of the year, and supports numerous local charitable efforts, as well as provides scholarship opportunities for eligible seniors from Commerce High School.
– As the severe drought continues, we're getting a clearer view of just how negative the implications will be down the road.
Dr. Travis Miller is a professor in the department of soil and crop sciences at Texas A&M University. Speaking on last week's edition of The Lead, Dr. Miller said that while crops are being severely affected now, the drought may set some ranches back a few years.
BRAC Commission Chairman Anthony J. Principi, and other member of the commission raise their hands in favor of closing Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington during a base closing hearing Aug. 25, 2005 in Arlington, Va.
– Trial begins Monday in Kansas for a former Greenville resident, charged in the 2009 shooting deaths of his wife and three other family members.
The trial of 48-year-old James Kraig Kahler is expected to last three weeks. Two years ago over Thanksgiving weekend, Kahler is alleged to have shot to death his wife, their two daughters and his wife's grandmother near Topeka, KS. The couple's son was able to flee from the scene uninjured.