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State agency issues ozone alert
It may have felt more like fall outside Friday, but the hazy days of summer are coming back starting today.
Unemployment rises in June
Local unemployment rose slightly again last month, as the number of jobs being created failed to keep up with the demand for work between the end of the school year and the start of summer.
County to set speed limits on two roads
The Hunt County Commissioners Court intends next week to set speed limits on two county roads.
- Two people reported stabbed multiple times
- Crime rate drops sharply
Heavy rains, cooler temperatures Thursday
The heaviest rains in months drenched Hunt County Thursday, with the potential for more showers and thunderstorms this morning.
Hard budget choices awaiting City Council
The Greenville City Council will soon have to begin making some tough decisions about the upcoming city budget.
Bomb threat made at Wal-Mart
The Greenville Police Department evacuated the Greenville Wal-Mart late Thursday night due to a bomb threat, city officials said.
FunFest organizers going all out
Planners of FunFest 25 are going “all out” to ensure the 25th milestone event will be “over the top and packed with things to do for all ages.”
Weather service says flash floods possible
The next two days are expected to bring a lot of rain, and maybe some severe weather, to Hunt County and all of North Central Texas.
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