College Station – Students within the Texas A&M University System stand to benefit from the Course Exchange Program (CEP), which allows students to take online courses between participating system institutions.
A&M-Commerce participated in piloting the project over the summer.
Greenville – It was unclear Wednesday afternoon whether an apparent suicidal subject who prompted Tuesday's standoff in Greenville will face criminal charges in connection to a fatal accident.
The standoff led to a nearly five hour traffic jam along Interstate 30. During the jam, 65-year-old Jerry Garner was killed after crashing into an 18-wheeler that had stopped in traffic near the 89 mile marker.
Greenville – The City of Greenville joins a list of other area Texas cities to ban the use of the controversial product K2.
The City Council Tuesday voted to ban the substance outright; prohibiting the use, purchase, possession or sale within city limits.
Commerce, Sulphur Springs, McKinney, Van Alstyne, Allen, Plano and Mansfield are among other area cities that have either banned the substance entirely, or voted to restrict the product's sale to individuals under 21.
Greenville – Two suspects remained at large as of Monday following a reported armed robbery at a Greenville business.
Witnesses say two black males entered Domino's Pizza along Wesley Street on Saturday, brandishing a firearm. Employees of the business reported that an undisclosed amount of cash was taken by the suspects.
The suspects left the business in an unknown direction.
Authorities are asking anyone with information concerning this offense to contact Hunt County Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929.