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Ruiz Foods recalls nearly 2.5M lbs. of taquitos made in Denison due to salmonella, listeria risk
WASHINGTON (KXII) -Denison's Ruiz Foods is recalling approximately 2.4 million pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry taquitos due to possible salmonella and listeria contamination, according to the the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.The taquitos were produced f
Voters hear from Sherman City Council candidates in upcoming election
SHERMAN, Tex. (KXII) --Sherman voters got to hear from candidates who will be on their ballots in this upcoming election.Four people running for Sherman City Council, two open seats."We like to put on these forums so that the community can make an educated decision when they vote," said North Texas
Beto O'Rourke Campaign Sued for Text Messages
The Beto O’Rourke campaign has been hit with a class action lawsuit, filed in North Texas, because of unwanted text messages sent to registered voters in the state.
Missing North Texas teen: Who is Caleb Diehl?
Who is Caleb Diehl?Caleb Diehl was reported missing on April 1, 2015, by his mother, Tami who lives in Nocona. Her 18-year-old son was living in Grapevine with his sister, but visited Nocona often and worked part-time for Howard.His boss may possibly have been the last person to see Diehl on March 3
Local Yocal butcher opens new grill and barbecue stop in McKinney
The weekend before Halloween, look for pumpkin displays and special spooky treats at area farmers markets, plus a smattering of fall veggies as we are officially between harvest seasons. (Winter crops should be coming before Thanksgiving.) Saturday's also the final market of the season for the Frisc
Melissa woman jailed after Howe K9 finds narcotics, pistol, and cash |
HOWE, Texas – A Melissa woman is in the Grayson County Jail after a traffic stop in Howe Sunday morning led to the discovery of narcotics, a pistol, cash, and drug paraphernalia. At 6:30 a.m., Sergeant Keith Milks stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 75 for multiple traffic violations and deployed narc
QuikTrip opens doors in Sherman
SHERMAN, Tex. (KXII) -QuikTrip is open for business in Sherman, and locals could not be more excited.People were lined up this morning before the convenience store even opened around 8:30 a.m., everyone raving about their coffee, hot dogs, and the cheap gas."QuikTrip is here guys, you could not be a
Early voting starts today - locations and sample ballot |
Early voting begins today and those in the Howe area might find the Grayson College location in Van Alstyne to be the nearest option. Others may find that the old courthouse in Downtown Sherman could be the quickest option. This week, the voting times are 7 am to 7 pm.
Tigers fall to Sherman, 27-21
Statistically, the Bearcats held a huge advantage, but Texas High was in the game until Sherman's final possession covered the final 4:10 of the clock on eight plays.
Police investigate after person begging for money pulls a knife on someone
Police are investigating after awoman begging for moneypulled a knifeon a man andjumped in his vehicle.Around 9:30 p.m., Paris police officers were called to the600 block of Bonhamfor reports of adisturbance.Curtis Garrettof the Paris Police Department said when officers arrived, they were told abla
Local brewery giving back to support police officer battling cancer
SHERMAN, TX. (KXII)--For Jeremy Roberts, the number 903 has a significant meaning not only because its the area code for the City of Sherman.The name of his brewery reminds him to always give back to the community, and never forget the first responders that protect it.Jeremy Roberts is the founder o
Denton Business Chronicle October Calendar of Events
APIs and IPAs, hosted by TechMill, meets every other Wednesday at Harvest House, 331 E. Hickory St., for a tech-centered hangout.Aubrey 380 Area Chamber of Commercehosts networking luncheons the third Wednesday of the month at Prairie House Restaurant, 10001 U.S. Highway 380 in Cross Roads. Admissio
Dallas officer in critical condition after being hit by car on Interstate 20
A Dallas police officer is in critical condition after being hit by a car on Interstate 20 Sunday morning. The officer, a two-year veteran of the department, had been laying down flares in the far right lane of westbound I-20 near Mountain Creek Parkway at about 6:36 a.m. when he was hit, police sai
Bonham Festival of Flight slated for Saturday
Our Mission:Bonham Festival of Flightbegan as a regional fly-in to promote camaraderie in the world of local North Texas aviators. Festival of Flight has since evolved into an aviation extravaganza that combines a fly-in, airshow, and EAA Young Eagles event unlike any other in the great State of Tex
Rivercrest comes up just short at Wolfe City, 21-18
RAINS —When the clock wound down to 0:00, you could have heard a pin drop as the Rivercrest Rebels fell to the Wolfe City Wolves 21-18 Friday night. Rivercrest has not lost a regular season game since 2015, and the young Rebels and their fans were having a hard time processing the first district los
WATCH: The Colony pulls off hook-and-ladder to upset state-ranked Frisco Lone Star
No. Freaking. Way. The Colony take the lead with this trickery w/ 8 seconds left. Wow!!!! Unbelievable.#txhsfb#SLMGridironpic.twitter.com/2dytUiUwo3
Ranger investigation accuses Muenster teacher of having sex with two of her students
A former Muenster High School teacher bailed out of the Cooke County Jail on Friday, Oct. 19, after she was booked in the previous day on accusations of having sex with two students.
Breaking: 9-Year-Old Girl at Center of Legal Battle Dies
"Known by everyone as full of determination and fight, she fought until her heart gave out," he posted.
Frisco ISD reaches 60,000th student milestone
Alanna Mazeffa, center, was Frisco ISD's 60,000th student. She is pictured with Superintendent Mike Waldrip, left, and her father.Courtesy of FISD
Dallas-area pimp who cracked toilet with woman's skull sentenced to life in prison
A violent Dallas-area pimp who prosecutors said forced an underage girl and young woman to have sex with men day and night was sentenced Thursday to life in prison. Allen Nash Allen Nash, 31, was convicted following a four-day trial in April of sex trafficking charges for forcing a 17-year-old gi