Sun Metro move may help clear Downtown site for future development
elpasotimes.com / Wed, 28 Jan 2015 23:43:14 MST
Sun Metro's new $27 million transit and operations center in East El Paso is fully operational, with nearly all of its fleet cleared from the former Union Depot. The move further clears the old site — and potentially its adjacent railyards — as the potential location for future Downtown development that could include a multipurpose arena, Hispanic cultural center or children's museum.
2015 Unity Honors luncheon set today
The 2015 Unity Honors luncheon — honoring Longview-area residents who have been leaders in the pursuit of social justice and racial equality — is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Maude Cobb
Man arrested in child sexual assault
An East Texas man who was being sought by the U.S. Marshals task force in connection with multiple crimes is in custody.
Elysian Fields High School students perform in region band
Elysian Fields band students performed in a concert Jan. 17 at New Diana High School.
Marshall police MVPs cited for cooperation
The Marshall Police Department has named Lt. Patrick Clayton, Sgt. Andy Nixon and Officers Tyler Owens, Kenny Phillips and Lakeldrick Adams as this week’s MVPs for their quick work and attention to de
Bowl-a-thon raises funds for Junior Achievement
Fifty-one teams were hoping to “strike” out this week for Junior Achievement, and they encourage more teams to join them next week.
Man kicks in door, steals woman’s purse
amarillo.com / Thu, 29 Jan 2015 05:25:14 +0000
Amarillo police are searching for a man they said burglarized an 89-year-old woman’s home Wednesday in northeast Amarillo.
About 8 p.m., police responded to the 1000 block of North Nelson Street on reports of a home invasion. The woman told police she was home alone when a black, heavy-set man kicked in her back door and entered the house.
The man grabbed the woman’s purse and then fled through the busted back door into the alley, police said. The woman told police the man was wearing all black clothing and a black do-rag, Sgt. Jeff Hooten said.
Motion targets Tiede charge
The attorney for convicted killer Bernie Tiede argues in a motion filed in Carthage that a pending theft charge against him should be dismissed because the former assistant mortician’s homosexuality p
South Marshall students, Kroger tackle hunger
As part of Kroger’s Souper Bowl of Caring food drive, members of the student council from South Marshall STEM Academy helped collect funds and encourage shoppers at the Marshall Kroger to purchase foo
Theater group to hold NYC showcase
Whether it’s “Seasons of Love,” “All I Ask of You,” “I Dreamed a Dream” or “Defying Gravity,” fans of musical theater are in luck this weekend as Theatre Longview puts on a Broadway showcase to raise
Train wreck trial begins before jury
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Wed, 28 Jan 2015 23:52:00 -0600
Thirty-nine inches is all that was needed in order for the wreck between a train and a parade float never to have happened.
Caddo Lake author, photographer to speak at World Wetlands event
COLLEGE STATION — Veteran East Texas historian Thad Sitton and professional photographer Carolyn Brown, collaborators on the book, “Caddo: Visions of a Southern Cypress Lake,” will speak and sign copi
LETU student builds 3D-printed replica of boat for Mercy Ships
While one Mercy Ship has been busy rendering medical aid to residents of West Africa, LeTourneau University engineering student Hans Nelson has been building a 3D printed model of the organization’s s
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