– Road and electrical crews throughout the region have activated emergency weather procedures amid Tuesday's projected icy conditions.
Texas Department of Transportation personnel are pre-treating major roadways along with bridges and overpasses by distributing anti-icing materials. TxDOT supervisors will continually monitor the weather and road conditions.
Greenville – Greenville voters will decide in May whether to allow bingo games for charity.
City Secretary Deborah Newell will now review and verify the petition has the necessary 300 signatures to be placed on the ballot.
The petition was circulated by the Greenville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. Several local organizations have expressed interest in hosting bingo fundraisers as other fundraisers have not been as successful.
Hopkins County – A family of four is left homeless following a Monday morning fire east of Sulphur Springs.
The blaze occurred along Hwy 11 at FM 1567. The residents all made it out of the house and there were no injuries reported. The house was totally engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene.
Greenville – The public meeting at the Best Western in Greenville concerning the dispute between the City of Greenville and one of the area's largest employers, L3 communications, is postponed today due to weather.
The meeting is rescheduled for next Monday at 6 p.m. at the same location.
Caddo Mills – Kenneth Eugene Katzenmeyer of Caddo Mills was already in custody at the Hunt County Jail when he was charged with a slew of charges in connection with a series of burglaries. Katzenmeyer reportedly told investigators he was responsible for as many as thirty area burglaries with most of the loot sold at pawn shops in Dallas.
Greenville – Romanos Zapata Dillard, Waylon Denard Duffy Jr., and Dequistran Davindran Davis...all of Greenville... each received two indictments Friday for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. The indictments allege the three threatened one person by holding a firearm to their head and shot another in the chest while in the course of stealing money in Greenville on August 31st.
Paris – Paris Police believe they've identified two suspects in a Wednesday robbery in the 500 block of SE 19th Street.
Resulting from the investigation by department detectives, warrants were issued for the suspects in the case Thursday. Later that evening, officers located a vehicle that matched the description as that of the suspects'.
Taken into custody were 20-year-old Nathan Tyrese Fisher and 21-year-old Jamatrick Jamar Patterson, both of Paris. They've each been charged with aggravated robbery.