Ladonia – Graduates of the Fannindel ISD will be on hand this homecoming weekend to celebrate the school's 50th class reunion. The event commemorates the merge of Pecan Gap and Ladonia schools in 1960.
"I just can't wait to see everybody for the 50th anniversary and can't wait to get back with my family and friends," says Cindy Derrick, a 1981 graduate and special education instructor at Fannidel ISD.
Ricky Beeler is the President of the Ex-Students Association and says the name Fannidel was derived from a contest.
Austin – Those who know the University of Texas student who police say fired shots on campus and then killed himself say he was intelligent and incapable of hurting anyone.
No one besides the gunman was injured Tuesday on the UT-Austin campus. But police say 19-year-old Colton Tooley fired shots with an AK-47 assault rifle, then went into a library and shot himself to death.
A relative of Tooley's family said Tooley's parents are distraught over losing their child.
Greenville – Greenville officials insist they were not behind an effort launched to determine whether the L-3 facility should be exempt from paying property taxes.
During Tuesday's meeting, Mayor Tom Oliver read an April memo from Hunt County Chief Appraiser Brent South. South had made it clear that it was his idea alone to review the exemption status of the property at Majors Field Airport, which L-3 leases from the city.