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Upper Lake reopened after alligator removed
It's safe to return to the lake.
The City of Palestine's Upper Lake is now open — after a 10-foot alligator was removed from the lake this past weekend.
Police investigate pharmacy burglary, criminal mischief at civic center
The Palestine Police Department is seeking leads in two different crimes that occurred on Thursday, one involving the masked burglary of a pharmacy in west Palestine and the other being a case of criminal mischief at the Palestine Civic Center.
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Man killed, woman injured in Friday shooting
A domestic dispute turned into a deadly shooting Friday morning at a north Palestine trailer park, when a 32-year-old man attempted to kill his estranged wife and ended up dead himself.
Palestine woman killed after being struck by vehicle
A Palestine woman died from injuries she sustained at the scene when she was struck by a vehicle Monday afternoon on U.S. 287/Texas 19 South, about a half mile from the Palestine city limits.
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UPDATE 1-16-14: Officers identify Elkhart murder victim, suspect
The Anderson County Sheriff's Office has released the identities of a female victim and a male subject involved in what appears to be a murder-attempted suicide that occurred in Elkhart Wednesday morning.
Anderson County Sheriff's Office investigating possible homicide in Elkhart
Law enforcement officials in Anderson County are currently investigating a possible homicide in Elkhart.
According to Anderson County Sheriff Greg Taylor, his department is looking into the death of a woman in Elkhart as a “possible homicide.”
Palestine woman killed in car crash on U.S. 175
A 41-year-old Palestine woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle wreck that occurred around 6:30 a.m. Friday on U.S. 175 near Frankston.
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