Businesses Take Root In ShermanThrough the years, Sherman has proven to be a place for small businesses to plant their roots and grow.
Pecan Trees Laid The Foundation For ShermanSherman came to life around the sprawling branches of a pecan tree ... once the city arrived.
Austin College Founded Before Civil WarOn 70 acres, northeast of downtown Sherman, Texas sits a private college that was founded before the American Civil War.
New Sherman-Based Brewery Already ExpandingIts only been open for a few years but a brewery in Sherman is already expanding, and their beers are getting recognized nationwide.
Lake Texoma Sits Right In Sherman's BackyardLake Texoma is right in the backyard of Sherman and separates the sates of Texas and Oklahoma, and is one of the largest reservoirs in the country.
Hagerman National Wildlife RefugeDrive about 20 miles northwest of Sherman and you can experience the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
KRLD's 'Your Hometown' Spotlights ShermanNews Radio 1080 KRLD spotlights the city of Sherman Friday, October 20th with our hometown news coverage.
Heavy Rain Forces 2 Dozen North Texas Families From HomesAbout two dozen North Texas families are cleaning up after a band of heavy rain flooded a creek and high water forced them from their homes.
Texas Panel Suspends License Of Man Accused In Opioid DeathsA state panel has suspended the medical license of a Texas doctor who federal authorities say wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people.
Texas Doctor Accused In Deaths Of At Least 7 PatientsFederal prosecutors say a Texas doctor wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people
Man Pleads Guilty To Fraud Related To Highway ExpansionProsecutors stated that Wade Wylie Blackburn from Dallas pleaded guilty to North Texas highway expansion-related fraud, and now faces up to five years in federal prison.
4 Convicted In $16M Drug Money Laundering Scheme In TexasInvestigators say four men have been convicted in a $16 million drug money laundering scheme involving funds wired from North Texas to Mexico.