GREENVILLE - The second of two people involved in the brutal treatment of a child in 2008 is ordered to 60 years in prison.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - Sulphur Springs Police have arrested a 19-year-old man after an investigation into shots fired near Pacific Park.
DENVER - President Barack Obama says his administration has made no decision on whether a Canadian company can proceed with plans for a transnational oil pipeline to Texas.
Area school districts are asking for your help in obtaining grant money available through Clorox Cleaning Products’ Power A Bright Future program.
GRAYSON COUNTY - As area counties and cities are upgrading water conservation measures, other entities are showing signs that perhaps recent rains have made an impact.
AUSTIN - Eight Northeast Texas school districts have been awarded over $3 million toward the replacement of old, inefficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
BONHAM - A Bonham manufacturing company has announced plans to significantly expand operations, which will provide up to 30 jobs within the next two years.
COOPER - A Cooper teenager was found dead Tuesday, four days after he had gone missing.
GREENVILLE - Caddo Mills resident Randall Douglas Smith has been sentenced to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to the murder of Gregory Poteet.
FRANKLIN COUNTY - The Franklin County Water District has enacted a drought contingency plan because Lake Cypress Springs has dropped to 81 percent normal capacity.
HUNT COUNTY - The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office is reporting the arrest of two people following the murder of a man over the weekend.
COOPER - The search for a missing Cooper teenager, who hasn’t been seen since Friday afternoon, was still ongoing as of last night.
The Sulphur Springs News Telegram is reporting the death ofa Dike man in a one vehicle accident early Saturday morning.
A Hunt County murder trial should conclude today. A sentencing phase in the murder trial of Randall Douglas Smith of Caddo Mills is scheduled to conclude Monday.
Mary of Puddin Hill is now expected to be open in time for the holidays. The iconic Greenville business will have both its catalog ordering, and its retail store, in operation early next month, according to owner Ken Bain.