A teenage female suspect from Royse City has been identified and is being sought in connection with a reported homicide in Greenville.
Hundreds of people found jobs across Hunt and Rockwall counties at the start of fall, as the region’s economy continued to recover from the record unemployment reported during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Royse City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in a reported strong-armed robbery.
North Texas will get a chance next week to see a documentary examining the controversial deaths of Dennis and Norma Woodruff, two former Rockwall County residents who were killed near Royse City 15 years ago, as the producers seek another appeal in the case.
Rain has been in short supply in North Texas during the past few weeks, with at least one measurement indicating the region is already back under drought conditions.
Rockwall County’s COVID-19 statistics continue to rise sharply, with a notable increase in the number of patients hospitalized with the virus during the past week, and another death reported during the interim.
The city of Royse City continues to reap the benefits of a hectic September of shopping, although the across the state is still suffering from the impact of COVID-19.
With the cold weather season approaching, one local organization is hosting an event that will hopefully help warm the hearts and bodies of area residents.
Dozens of Rockwall County residents remain in local hospitals with COVID-19, as the number of active cases of the virus continues to surge.
Preparations are underway to celebrate the Christmas season in Royse City, with announcements of the Christmas Tree Lighting and the annual Christmas Parade of Lights.
Another television program is planning to feature the story of a Royse City woman, who received the maximum punishment after being convicted of murder in connection with the shooting death of her husband.
Detectives with the Rockwall Police Department are asking for the public’s help to identify multiple burglary suspects.
Veterans will be the center of attention in Royse City this weekend as the local American Legion is hosting an event designed to offer veterans a variety of services.
The North Texas Municipal Water District, which serves about 80 cities and communities in a 2,000-square-mile area across 10 counties, including all of Rockwall County and much of southern Hunt County, has announced an agreement on an amended wholesale water services contract.
Rockwall County added hundreds of new COVID-19 cases during the past week and added another fatality connected to the virus.
President Donald Trump has won Texas and its 38 electoral votes despite a furious, late push by Democrats to turn America’s biggest red state blue.
AUSTIN — Republicans were holding their own Tuesday night in Texas, where Sen. John Cornyn easily won another term and his party grew more confident about keeping control of the state House in America’s biggest red state.
Voters in Rockwall County came out in record numbers Tuesday, to elect Republicans to local offices and support GOP candidates for regional, statewide and national races.
The presidential race in Texas looks more competitive than it has been in decades. More than 8 million Texans have already voted early. Many candidates will opt for social distancing instead of their normal results watch parties. And there's a decent chance we won't know many of the results by the time everyone goes to bed. If you're planning on watching the votes tick in, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Even in the middle of a pandemic, there are still lots of opportunities in Royse City and the nearby communities to scare up some fun and candy this Halloween.
Rockwall County reported adding three more deaths related to COVID-19 in the past week, as well as dozens of recoveries from the virus.
Three Arkansas residents were taken into custody late Tuesday night in Royse City and all are facing multiple drug-related charges.
Multiple sites are being established this week to offer Rockwall and Hunt County residents a chance to safely and conveniently dispose of their unwanted prescription medications.
Rockwall County reported adding more patients recovered from COVID-19 during the past week than new cases of the virus.
After a few months where the local employment statistics were showing some improvement, the region ended the summer with a significant jump in jobless figures.
Merchants in Royse City continued to keep busy during the hottest part of the summer, and the city reported another surge in sales tax rebate revenue.
Volunteers will be taking steps this weekend to help prevent and raise awareness of child abuse and sexual assault in the community.
Rockwall County added three deaths from the COVID-19 virus to start the month of October and has topped more than 1,700 total cases of the virus.
The Royse City Police Department is investigating a report of an alleged assault of a 16-year-old female.
After winning their football season opener 55-38 last week over Frisco Centennial, the Royse City Bulldogs will remain at home as they face the Whitehouse Wildcats on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Royse City ISD Stadium.
On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the city of Royse City City Council unanimously approved the allocation of $70,000 of their CARES funding to Royse City ISD to be applied towards technology purchases.
After posting their best football season record (9-3) in 12 years and the seventh-best scoring season (400 points) in the past 89 years of Bulldog Football, the Royse City Bulldogs will anxiously open their 109th season on Friday.
More than 4,500 people obtained employment across Rockwall and Hunt counties between July and August, but the region has not yet completely recovered economically from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report issued Sept. 18 by the Texas Workforce Commission.
Rockwall County experienced about the same amount of new COVID-19 cases as recoveries during the past week.
Until a few months ago, 4-year-old Zane Emken of Fate had spent his life being nourished through a feeding tube. However, when COVID-19 restrictions resulted in more family time and support, his parents managed to get him started swallowing food.
Rockwall County recorded a significant increase in COVID-19 recoveries for the second week in a row and continues to report declines in the number of active cases of the virus, with more than 1,500 tests conducted during the past week.
Signs will soon be going up on a stretch of Interstate Highway 30 through Rockwall, designating it as the Ralph M. Hall Highway from the Dallas County line to Hunt County.
Rockwall County is reporting a jump in the number of COVID-19 recoveries and a decrease in the total amount of active cases of the virus, with hundreds more tests having been conducted.
Multiple local organizations are joining with a wide variety of agencies across the area and have signed up to be a part of this year’s 12th anniversary North Texas Giving Day.
Voters will be heading to the polls in less than two months to make choices on a much wider selection of candidates and issues that are usually on the November general election ballots.
Rockwall County was reporting a moderate increase of both new cases and recoveries related to COVID-19 during the past week, as close to 1,800 tests were conducted for the virus.
- Suspect sought in Greenville homicide
- Documentary in Woodruff capital murder case to be screened
- Christmas Tree Lighting, Parade of Lights scheduled
- Police seeking tips in robbery of elderly man
- Region’s employment showing improvement
- Poynter murder case back in TV spotlight
- Names of airplane crash victims released
- Hundreds of new COVID-19 cases in county to start November
- Rise in COVID-19 cases continues
- Hundreds of more COVID-19 cases reported
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