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Boy Scouts cleanup tornado-damaged Camp Simpson

Posted: 05/14/2016 - JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) -- Camp Simpson in Johnston County was hard hit after an EF-3 tornado went through the area. The campground needed repairs to get ready for the upcoming summer season and received help from some familiar faces.

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Truck smashes into Durant business

Updated: 05/14/2016 - DURANT, Okla. (KXII) -- A truck plowed into a Durant business Saturday afternoon sending one person to the hospital.

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Man shot in Murray County

Posted: 05/13/2016 - The shooting happened around 9 Thursday night near Highway 177 about two miles south of Sulphur.

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Oklahoma school in the running for $15k

Updated: 05/13/2016 - After submitting a video to the national Collaboration Nation contest, Homer School in Byng is now neck and neck with another school in Rhode Island for the prize.

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Storm victims urged to be wary of scammers

Posted: 05/13/2016 - As people continue down the long road to normalcy after Monday’s storms, the threat of scammers is just one more hurdle to jump over.

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Seven arrested for attempted bank fraud scheme

Updated: 05/13/2016 - SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) -- Seven people were arrested at a Chase Bank in Sherman Thursday afternoon, accused of trying to defraud the bank. It was how one of the suspects was dressed that made employees suspicious.

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Wilson man arrested on child porn charges

Posted: 05/12/2016 - WILSON, Okla. -- Wilson Police Chief Felix Hernandez says Timothy McGaughy, 37, was arrested Thursday and was booked into the Carter County Jail on a charge of child pornography.

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Grayson County man awaits sentencing for killing baby

Posted: 05/11/2016 - SHERMAN, Texas -- Salvador Moreno wait for sentencing after pleading guilty to killing his girlfriend's 21-month-old baby continues as a judge is reviews evidence and testimony.

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NWS upgrades two Okla. tornadoes

Posted: 05/11/2016 - NORMAN, Okla. -- Weather officials say two tornadoes that struck rural communities in south-central Oklahoma were more powerful than originally thought.

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