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  • Greenville police say they have arrested a suspect in connection with a Monday night shooting that left one person dead and one person hospitalized.
  • A Quinlan man has been arrested and charged with being behind a bomb scare that happened at the Quinlan McDonald’s Friday night.
  • In Delta County, law enforcement officers have found the body of Gerry Grigg, a man who had gone missing from the area around the John’s Creek Boat Ramp at Cooper Lake State Park.
  • The Texas Department of Public Safety says alcohol could have been a contributing factor in a Sunday night accident in which a driver struck an unoccupied vehicle being loaded onto a Benson Brothers tow truck on U.S. Hwy. 380.
  • A bomb scare Friday night at the McDonald's in Quinlan ended with no injuries.
  • Texas is set to receive 221 million dollars to remove lead service lines as part of a new White House initiative, the Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan.
  • Former Honey Grove teacher and softball coach Carley Price and former Bonham police officer Terry Bee were among those who received felony indictments from a Fannin County grand jury.
  • Today the Public Utility Commission of Texas made a number of changes to the way electricity is bought and sold here. The Commission says the overhaul should improve electric reliability, but others say there’s little analysis to back that up.
  • The Greenville ISD recently received a high rating from an independent audit of its financial practices.
  • In Greenville, a 15-year-old girl who was struck by a vehicle on Wesley Street Tuesday was taken to a Dallas-area hospital in stable condition, according to a release from the City of Greenville this afternoon. Police do not plan to file charges related to the incident, the release said.