PICKTON - A Texas A&M University-Commerce student killed in an accident last week was laid to rest over the weekend.
PARIS - A local man has been indicted for arson in connection to a series of grass fires in Lamar and Red River counties.
WOOD COUNTY - Authorities have identified the driver of the vehicle that struck and killed a teenage boy in Wood County last week.
COMMERCE - The Commerce ISD has been recognized for energy savings less than two years after an agreement that sought energy-efficient behavior.
COOPER - The Sulphur River Regional Mobility Authority (SURRMA) Board of Directors laid out the details of a planned expansion to Highway 24 during a recent meeting.
QUITMAN - A county judge in East Texas has been cleared of official oppression over removal of a protester who wore duct tape on his mouth to protest a ban on public comment.
COMMERCE - A Commerce kidnapping suspect is in custody and a woman safe after the Thursday morning incident in the 100 block of Maple Avenue.
COOPER - A Delta County man has been laid to rest after a deadly motorcycle crash last Friday. Services were held Wednesday for Stephen Bryan Hicks.
HOPKINS COUNTY - An investigation is underway after a huge marijuana farm was found along the Hopkins-Franklin County line.
GREENVILLE - A Commerce woman receives probation after pleading guilty to two counts of using a debit card without permission.
GREENVILLE - The punishment for convicted murderer Randall Douglas Smith will have to wait two more weeks after a judge grants a pre-sentence investigation.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - Sulphur Springs ISD administrators this week learned that their new Middle School, originally scheduled for completion this November, will instead be finished in December.
GREENVILLE - Assistant City Manager John Adel has announced that Tess Todora has been hired as the new Venue Manager for the City of Greenville.
HOPKINS COUNTY - State Troopers are reporting an accident between a car and a horse early Wednesday morning that left two men hospitalized.
AUSTIN - A coalition of more than 150 school districts has sued the state of Texas over a school funding system they say is unfair, inefficient and unconstitutional.
The coalition represents more than one in 10 Texas districts, including several local districts like Bonham, Commerce, Greenville and Paris.