Author: Amanda Cutshall

Greenville ISD pulls together to remember school teacher killed in crash

Photo: Helen Williams, GISD Community Engagement Officer   The community is pulling together to remember a local school teacher who was killed, along with her husband, Saturday. Greenville Independent School District Superintendent Demetrus Liggins sent out a letter to teachers and parents over the weekend, offering tips to help students cope. It is with great sadness that I share the news that seventh-grade science teacher and cheerleading sponsor Tabbatha Collier and her husband Justin were killed in a car accident earlier today. Their son Jareth, 6, was treated and released, and their daughter Jaycee, 3, was injured and is in the hospital. Tabbatha,...

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Jury trial continues for woman accused of child sex crimes

Jury trial continues today for a local woman accused of sexually assaulting a child. Shenae Monshae Stephenson, 38, is on trial for the aggravated sexual assault of a child. Stephenson was arrested in October 2017 after officials found probable cause. She is being accused of assaulting the child in August 2016, according to records. The assault is considered a first-degree felony. She is being represented by Gina Smith. Download our free mobile app — never miss a story! Apple Store Google...

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Mother of deceased infant indicted on abuse of a corpse

The mother of a seven-week-old infant who was found dead at Prime Stop convenience store earlier this year has been indicted for abuse of a corpse after she “knowingly carried away a human corpse.” The corpse, police found, was her seven-week-old daughter Alexiana Stevenson. Stephanie Leanne Flynn, 27, was arrested Jan. 8 after Greenville police officers were called to the Prime Stop gas station for reports of an unresponsive infant. When officers arrived, they found sisters Stephanie, 27, and Shawn, 20, Flynn with seven-week-old Alexiana Stevenson. According to the affidavits, the baby’s mother, Stephanie, called police from her sister’s cellphone, saying Alexiana died in the backseat of...

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Timberlake’s braspberry is coming to a grocery store near you

Justin Timberlake’s viral video (seen below) has inspired Drisoll’s to create and package a new fruit combo: The Braspberry. In his video, Timberlake stuffs a blueberry inside a raspberry and calls it a braspberry. Posted on Instagram in December, the video has gone viral. Nearly six months later, Driscoll’s is taking the fad to the stores. “From a social media perspective, we saw the braspberry craze take off, and it was only logical that Driscoll’s as the berry market leader would innovate the opportunity,” Frances Dillard, the company’s director of marketing, global brand lead, Food & Wine reported to Fox4 news. “Driscoll’s...

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