PJC reduces hours needed for associate degrees
Updated: 8:46 AM
- PARIS, TX -- Paris Junior College has reduced the number of hours required for some associate's degrees.
Bryan County Commissioners discuss jail issues
- DURANT, Okla. -- Bryan County Commissioners met Thursday in a special session to discuss improvement to the jail to prevent prisoner escapes like the one perpetrated by Raymond Jay Stewart.
Bonham hosts festival of flight air show
- BONHAM, TX-- If you're in Bonham, Texas, this weekend you might want to take a look up.
Mass casualty exercise held at Madill highschool
- MADILL, OK -- A mass casualty exercise was held this morning at Madill high school.
Lauren smith explains just how prepared Marshall County first responders will be in case disaster were to strike.
Resurfacing project on U.S. Highway 82 set to begin
- SHERMAN, Texas -- Repairs are slated to begin on U.S. Highway 82 from F.M. 1417 east to Frisco Road /Texoma Parkway intersection, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).
Former Dickson teacher pleads not guilty on rape charges
- Former Dickson, Okla. school teacher Stephanie Ringwald has pleaded not guilty Tuesday on two felony charges of second-degree rape, and two felony charges of forcible sodomy.
Former Denison teacher accused of having sex with a student appears in court
- GRAYSON CO., Texas -- A former Denison High School teacher who's allegedly admitted to having sex with a student appeared in court Thursday morning.
Bryan County Jail escapee caught in Hot Springs, Ark.
- DURANT, Okla. -- Raymond Jay Stewart was apprehended in Hot Springs, Ark., according to Nathan Calloway from the Bryan County Sheriff's Office.
Pushmataha County officals under investigation
- PUSHMATAHA COUNTY, OK-- Pushmataha Sheriff, Terry Duncan, defended himself on Wednesday.
Voters in Van Alstyne could soon change the way their city operates
- VAN ALSTYNE, TX - In this year's election, voters have a chance to change the way their city operates.
U.S. Courthouse renamed to honor Judge Paul Brown
- SHERMAN, Texas -- The Federal Courthouse in Sherman is now the Paul Brown United States Courthouse. The Chief U.S. District Judge, and Judges of the Eastern District of Texas held a ceremony this morning for the naming of the courthouse, and the unveiling of a new monument.
Several Ardmore gang members arrested in multiagency operation
- ARDMORE, Okla. -- Ardmore police say several gang members are behind bars after a multiagency operation.
Water park could be coming to Grayson Co.
- HOWE, Texas -- The city council is hoping to move forward on a project that would be a game changer for the city.
Two Pushmataha County officials under investigation
- ANTLERS, Okla. -- Authorities say two officials in a southeastern Oklahoma county are under investigation for possible purchasing irregularities.
Sherman man to face online solicitation of a minor charge
- SHERMAN, Texas -- Julio Romero, 32, has been indicted for online solicitation of a minor -sexual conduct.
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Oklahoma State sues Texas assistant Wickline
- Who's calling the plays for the Texas Longhorns? It may take a lawsuit by Oklahoma State against Texas assistant coach Joe Wickline to find out.
ECU's Football Set to Make Southwestern Fear the Tiger at 2014 Homecoming
- The East Central University football will battle with Southwestern Oklahoma State for the 2014 Homecoming game, with this season's theme being A Haunting in Tigerland: Fear the Tiger! Kickoff is set for Saturday, Oct. 25 at 4 p.m.
Royals beats Giants 7-2, even World Series 1-all
- KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Billy Butler hit a tiebreaking single, Salvador Perez and Omar Infante drove in two runs each with big hits in a five-run sixth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 7-2 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one game apiece.
ECU's Eidson Named GAC Runner of the Week
- East Central University men's cross country senior Cale Eidson has been named the Great American Conference Male Runner of the Week for Oct. 22 after his performance at the Tiger Open.
Revamped offense paying off for No. 10 TCU
- TCU coach Gary Patterson isn't afraid to say that the renovated offense he ordered after last season didn't look great in spring practice.
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