TERRELL, Texas – The super-sized travel center Buc-ee's, currently under construction in Terrell, Texas, has been thrust into the media spotlight again after a vote by the City of Corinth City Council to deny a second north Texas location in their city.
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TERRELL, Texas – The Terrell Police Department continued its crackdown on illegal gambling operations within the city last week by executing two search warrants and seizing nearly $10,000.
A high speed Garland police pursuit ended in Terrell, Texas, Wednesday night, December 11, 2013, at approximately 11:30 p.m. with the arrest of 23-year-old Zachary Pate of Terrell.
Terrell, Texas – In 1966, local officials from Terrell began discussing a new State Highway (SH) 34 bridge which would span the Union Pacific Railroad and US Highway 80 by requesting a feasibility study. 47 years later, local, county, and state officials held a historical bridge dedication on top of the newly constructed $15.3 million bridge.
Only days after a private plane crash in northern Arizona took the lives of a Terrell couple, a close family friend and neighbor spoke about James and Lisa Parrish's passion for airplanes and guns.
James Parrish, 57, and his wife Lisa Parrish, 54, of Terrell, Texas, were killed on Friday, October 4, 2013, when their private plane crashed near Paulden, Arizona. Also killed in the crash were retired Denver police officer Michael Hughes, 65, and his wife Joy Hughes, 63.
Nick Morale, 56, of Terrell, Texas, was arrested on April 2, 2013 on charges of making a terrorist threat against a public official. According to the Kaufman County Sheriff's Office, Morale called the Kaufman County Crime Stoppers tip line on April 1, at 1:43 p.m. and threatened that an unidentified county official would be the “next victim”. The call came just two days after Kaufman County D.A. Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia were shot and killed inside their Forney home.
A plane crashed in Terrell, Texas, just miles south of the Terrell Municipal Airport on Monday evening, March 4, 2013, just before 5 p.m.
The Renaissance Hospital in Terrell, TX, closed their doors today, February 12, 2013, after a failure to pay owed taxes to Kaufman County dating back to 2011. The hospital was also faced with the termination of federal funding from Medicaid and Medicare and the possible revocation of the hospital's license because of unsanitary conditions and the death of two patients.
A female seventh-grade student from Terrell's Herman Furlough Middle School died early Friday, November 30, 2012. The reason behind her death is still unknown.