Greenville – Another not guilty plea has been entered in connection to a February shooting death in Greenville.
Tyrone Laron McCurdy and Bernard Dale Kelly Jr. have each been charged with murder following the February shooting death of Treybbian Leekey Nelson. Kelly pleaded not guilty Monday, while McCurday entered the same plea on Wednesday.
John Ockels from the Texas Illegal Dumping Resource Center joins the inform us of the illegal dumping laws in the state, and Brent Lyday takes us on an audio tour of the Dallas Mavericks Championship Parade.
Today's guest is John Ockels with the Texas Illegal Dumping Resource Center. Our Friday feature takes us through the Dallas Mavericks Championship Parade
– Slow moving traffic is again expected in parts of Greenville Friday, as additional work goes into the Interstate 30/Wesley Street overpass project.
The Texas Department of Transportation is reporting that single daytime lane closures will be necessary along westbound Interstate 30 at the overpass now through next Friday, June 24. The lane closure will accommodate a crane designed to pour columns for the new bridge.
Sulphur Springs – Multiple law enforcement agencies have now joined in the search for missing Sulphur Springs resident Melissa McVay Darling.
According to Police Chief Jim Bayuk, the investigation into the disappearance of the 33-year-old is now involving the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation, the Lamar County Sheriff's Office and Hugo police.
Paris – The runoff election between incumbent Rhonda Rogers and challenger Dr. A.J. Hashmi for Paris City Council District 7 is Saturday.
Last month, none of the then three candidates, which also included Ken Kohls, were able to obtain at least 50 percent of the vote. Kohls has endorsed Dr. Hashmi over Rogers. The two men received almost 65 percent of the May vote.
Polls on Saturday will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Ramseur Baptist Church at 3400 Lamar Avenue.