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State challenges Federal ruling denying Texas education funding Read full story for latest details.
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Wylie Police Incident Report Wylie Police Incident Media Report from 2/25/13 to 3/3/13
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Police arrest teens in Subway burglary Wylie Police have arrested five teens in connection with a recent break in at Subway Restaurant on Hwy. 78 in the Shaffer Plaza Shopping Center.
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Wylie High principal leaving for Tyler Wylie High School Principal Gary Brown has announced he will be leaving Wylie ISD to take the principal position at Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler. He has served as WHS principal for seven year. Brown told the WHS staff today and will assume his new d
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Wylie Fire Incident Media Report 6.30.13 Wylie Fire Incident Media Report 6/30/13 to 07/06/13
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Connect With Entrepreneurs At Collin College Read full story for latest details.
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County issues burn ban McKINNEY Beginning today, Sept. 1, the unincorporated areas of Collin County will be under a burn ban for 90 days, or until conditions merit the lifting or extending of the ban, the Collin County Fire Marshal's office has announced.
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Fire Incident Report through 2/3/13 Fire Incident Report through 2/3/13
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Police nab burglar after foot chase After a foot chase and calling in a helicopter, Wylie Police arrested a burglary suspect Friday, May 1.
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Crigger found guilty, removed from office immediately Patricia Crigger, Rebecca Littrell and Sherry Bell were found guilty of all charges in the District Clerks Corruption case.
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