A caution sign identifying a natural gas underground pipeline. (credit: Getty Images/Tim Boyle)

Sherman: Panda ToBuild Natural Gas-powered Plant

A Dallas company has broken ground on a 758-megawatt natural gas-fueled electric generating plant in North Texas. Panda Power Funds began construction Thursday on the plant in Sherman.


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Gas-Fueled Electric Plant Coming To Sherman

A Dallas company plans to build a 758-megawatt natural gas-fueled electric generating plant in North Texas.


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Plano Bomb Suspect Faces Mental Exam

A North Texas man described by his lawyers as “delusional” faces a mental examination amid allegations he tried to bomb a pipeline.


Mugshot of country singer Randy Travis after his arrest in Grayson County. (credit: Grayson Co. Sheriff's Office)

Randy Travis Arrested For DWI Near Tioga

Country singer Randy Travis has yet again been hit with an intoxication charge in North Texas, this time threatening to shoot and kill an officer during his arrest.


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Plano Pipeline Bomb Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

A man accused of trying to blow up a gas pipeline in Plano has pleaded not guilty. Anson Chi entered the plea Wednesday in court in Sherman, where he was indicted this month.


Demonstration models of Apple's new iPad on display at the Apple Store. (credit: Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)

Woman Suspected Of Stealing Dozens Of iPads

A 37-year-old woman has been arrested who’s suspected of stealing iPads from dozens of and charged with stealing iPads from dozens of department stores in two states.


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Suspect In 3 Deaths Set For Return To Texas

A man suspected in the shooting deaths of three people whose bodies were found behind a North Texas barn was expected Monday to be returned to the state after his arrest in neighboring Louisiana, authorities said.


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3 Bodies Found Likely Missing Fannin County Family

uthorities say three bodies discovered behind a barn in North Texas may be family members who disappeared from their rural Fannin County home last week.


A Texas state trooper makes photographs at a bus accident scene on U.S. 75 North bound that killed more than a dozen people on Friday, Aug. 8, 2008, in Sherman. ((AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

11 Defendants Settle With Sherman Bus Crash Victims

Eleven of the companies and individuals sued by the families of victims in a 2008 Sherman bus crash that killed 17 people on their way to a religious retreat have agreed to out-of-court settlements.