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A suspect in a Corsicana shooting surrendered to authorities at the Navarro County Jail Sunday night, Corsicana Police Chief Randy Bratton said. Bratton sent out an alert to neighboring police agencies and the public Sunday to be on the lookout for Wylum Charles Bivins, 26, whom Bratton described as possibly armed and dangerous. Comment?
Corsicana police Sunday alerted authorities and the public in Waco, Dallas and Fort Worth to watch for a suspect in a Saturday night shooting as possibly armed and dangerous. A news release issued by Police Chief Randy Bratton identified the suspect as Wylum Charles Bivins, 26, and said he is thought to be "armed and dangerous." Comment?
A highway bypass project planned to begin in the summer of 2016 will provide relief for travelers who now must navigate city streets to get through Corsicana on State Highway 31, according to a news release by Sundt Construction Co. of Tempe, Arizona. Comment?
Two bikers who were indicted in the May Twin Peaks shootout pleaded not guilty to first-degree felony charges Thursday. James Edward Stallings, 56, of Corsicana, and Thomas Paul Landers, 59, of Georgetown, were arraigned by 19th State District Judge Ralph Strother in brief hearings. Comment?
Two members of the Bandidos motorcycle group who were indicted in the May Twin Peaks shootout pleaded not guilty to first-degree felony charges Thursday. James Edward Stallings, 56, of Corsicana, and Thomas Paul Landers, 59, of Georgetown, were arraigned by 19th State District Judge Ralph Strother in brief hearings. Comment?
Appearances are often deceiving. At first glance, West resident John J. Kostecka, 81, looks to be a quiet, unassuming man. Comment?
Heavy rains that brought a flood threat to North and Central Texas will spread into South Texas on Sunday as a stalled cold front causing the downpours is reinforced by remnants of Hurricane Patricia. Much of the Texas heartland was under a flash flood watch early Saturday as the National Weather Service expected the Austin-San Antonio area to receive up to a foot of rain while already inundated sections of North Texas were expected to experience up to 7 more inches of rain. Comment?
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