The murder of a Greenville teenager in November 2012 was one of the most tragic stories of the year and continued to make local headlines well into 2013.
A memorial ceremony has been scheduled Saturday, the one year anniversary of the disappearance of Alicia Moore.
Moore was last seen getting off of a school bus at the intersection of Walnut and Bourland Streets in Greenville on Nov. 2, 2012. Her body was found four days later in Van Zandt County.
Three public employees with ties to the Greenville Child Protective Services office have been arrested on charges of tampering with evidence and official oppression.
A grand jury has indicted Michael Vincent Moore for the murder of Alicia Moore.
The Greenville Herald-Banner reports that the uncle of murdered Greenville teenager Alicia Moore has been arrested.
A man charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a Greenville teenager who later was found murdered has been found incompetent to stand trial.
Friends, relatives and supporters are gathering Saturday night to honor Alicia Moore on what would have been her 17th birthday.
Another court hearing is set this week for a Greenville man charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a local teenager who later was found murdered.
A new reward fund has been established in the Alicia Moore murder case.
GREENVILLE — A mental evaluation has been ordered for a local man, charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a Greenville teenager who later was found murdered.
GREENVILLE — There were an average of 12 more crimes per month in the city of Greenville during 2012 compared to 2011.
GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville recorded only one homicide during 2012, but the murder of a local teenager drew national attention to the city.
GREENVILLE — The attorney for a local man, charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a Greenville teenager who later was found murdered, is seeking to have her client released from jail.
The still unsolved murder of a Greenville teenager was a top story in the area in 2012. The death of Alicia Moore made national headlines and sparked a debate about how and when to activate the Amber Alert system.
Officers with the Greenville Police Department and other agencies are set to go door-to-door today in the area near where slain high school student Alicia Moore disappeared two weeks ago.
The community continues to show their support for a murdered Greenville teenager. Several hundred people walked in memory of Alicia Moore on Saturday.