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  • Reported cases of COVID-19 have increased in Hunt County for seven consecutive days.
  • Prairie View A&M University was one of seven historically black colleges and universities that received bomb threats yesterday afternoon and yesterday evening. None of the threats resulted in explosions.
  • A worker with the City of Paris Public Works Department has died of injuries sustained in a Tuesday morning accident involving a city trash truck in the 1900 block of Jackson Street, according to the Paris News.
  • 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.