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New “Destructive” Severe Thunderstorm Warnings

   Severe thunderstorms can be life-threatening, but not all severe storms are the same. Hazardous conditions range from tornadoes, large hail storms, and widespread straight-line winds called derechoes, to cloud-to-ground lightning and flash flooding. Starting August 2, the National Weather Service will better convey the severity and potential impacts from ...

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Weekly Roadwork Report

TxDOT Atlanta District July 25-31, 2021 Bowie County  I-30 – From FM 989 to Arkansas State Line, widening the highway and reconstructing and widening the road. Eastbound traffic moved to the outside lanes. SH 8 – At Sulphur River, crews are replacing bridges. SH 98 – At Anderson Creek, replacing ...

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Cooper Lake State Park

Experience the Fun of Summer Before it’s Gone at Cooper Lake State Park! Cooper, TX— Summer is quickly drawing to a close, and schools are ready to begin. So why not spend the last few weeks of summer recreating, relaxing, and recharging with family and friends at Cooper Lake State ...

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Paris Police Report For Friday (Jul 23)

David Lee Simpson Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 2600-block of N. Main Thursday morning at 4:07 for expired registration. The driver, David Lee Simpson, 46, of Campbell, possessed Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Wax and a pistol. They arrested and charged Simpson with possession of a controlled substance and unlawful carrying ...

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Texas Democratic Representative Returns From Washington

State Rep. Philip Cortez-D, San Antonio Texas State Rep. Philip Cortez-D of San Antonio, who left Austin in protest of voting laws, says the decision to break ranks and return was one of the most complex decisions of his political life. In San Antonio, Cortez says he wants to work ...

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Dems Urge Return To Covid Masking

Don’t throw away your masks just yet. They may be making a comeback! The Biden Administration is under pressure from his party to reinstate mask mandates due to a spike in COVID cases. But Republicans are pushing back. Texas Congressman Michael Burgess says the Delta variant is hitting different parts ...

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ERCOT Ready For Heat Wave

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas expects to have a sufficient generation to serve all of Texas next week as temperatures soar across the state. As a result, the need for power next week could reach all times highs for ERCOT. The previous record is 74,820 megawatts, but ERCOT is ...

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Hopkins County Coronavirus Update

The Texas DSHS Coronavirus Dashboard now shows that the number of active cases of COVID in Hopkins County has risen to 41. The number of deaths, however, remains at 114. In addition, there have been 3,525 recoveries from the virus.

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Fatal Marion County Hit-And-Run

A Jefferson man is dead and another in custody following a hit-and-run on Patillo Road. Authorities say 52-year-old Robert James Webster was struck by a car driven by 35-year-old Cecil Ray King of Jefferson, who allegedly fled the scene. King has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon ...

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Titus County Jail In Non-Compliance With State Jail Commission

The Texas Commission on Jail Standards has placed Titus County Jail on non-compliance. Five citations were listed on the latest inspection report. The first stated that observations of inmates in holding cells routinely exceeded the required 30-minute interval by one to 32 minutes. The second said that multiple initial custody ...

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Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs

Jacey Gilbert of Sulphur Springs, right, a student at the PJC- Sulphur Springs Center campus, visits with Adult Education Instructor Kathryn Alvis before the class begins. Registration for fall semester classes at the campus is underway. For information, call 903-885-1232.

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Paris Police Report For Thursday (Jul 22)

Paris Police responded to a vehicle theft at 3:08 Wednesday afternoon in the 800-block of SW 41st. Before responding to this incident, officers were dispatched to a suspicious person’s call in the immediate area. The caller described two males that had attempted to enter a residence but left in a ...

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Camp County Deputies Investigating Thefts

The Camp County Sheriff’s Office is working on thefts at Thunderbird Point’s gated neighborhood after a trailer and lawnmower came up missing. Also, someone took a trailer and a Polaris Ranger-1000 from a house on CR 2604. The Sheriff is asking for the public to report anything unusual in your ...

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Hunt County Democratic Party Vice Chairman Running For U.S. Congress

Doc Shelby https://www.docshelby.com/ GREENVILLE, Texas- July 21, 2021. Hunt County Democratic Party vice-chairman Doc Shelby of Royse City is set to announce his run for US Congress on July 30 in Greenville. Shelby will be seeking the party’s nomination in the Texas 4th Congressional district, which currently runs along with ...

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COVID Booster Shots Under Consideration

Prominent doctors are now openly proposing a COVID booster shot, at least for some. The debate over booster shots comes as Coronavirus cases rise in all 50 states. In addition, Baylor is studying a third dose of the Moderna to see if it boosts antibody levels.

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TSTA Urges Masking At Schools

Governor Abbott again says there will not be a return of a statewide mask mandate, including at schools. It comes as COVID cases in Texas are soaring. Clay Robison with the Texas State Teachers Association wants to see school employees, and every parent vaccinated. He notes that kids younger than ...

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