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Dylan's Drivers receives check from Safeco

Posted: 06/26/2014 - LAMAR COUNTY, TX-- A local non-profit, that offers safe rides to Lamar County residents, is getting some nationwide recognition for their efforts.

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ECU coach gets two year deferred sentence

Posted: 06/26/2014 - ADA,OK--East Central University's long time basketball coach Kent Franz won't be back next season because his contract has not been renewed.

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Car vs. Animal accidents: how to stay safe with wildlife on the roads

Updated: 06/26/2014 - In the last two weeks, News 12 has reported on two major accidents involving wildlife, one of them, a fatal accident. Thursday, Daniella Rivera spoke with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on how to better protect yourself from animals that may wander onto the road.

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Fannin County DA to prosecute 6 suspsects in cattle rustling ring

Posted: 06/25/2014 - FANNIN COUNTY, TX - Cattle inventory is at an all time low, pushing cattle prices to an all time high, and cattle rustlers are cashing in. The Fannin County District Attorney's Office is now preparing to prosecute 6 involved in a cattle rustling ring that hit Fannin, Delta, and Hopkins counties.

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TxDOT holds public meeting in Paris

Posted: 06/25/2014 - PARIS, TX-- Residents came out to Paris Junior College Wednesday night to give their input and learn more about how TxDOT funds transportation.

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Paris rolls out new trolley

Updated: 06/25/2014 - PARIS, TX -- The Lamar County Chamber of Commerce recently unveiled the new and improved Trolley de Paris.

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Jurors hear 911 call in Gray murder trial

Posted: 06/25/2014 - GRAYSON COUNTY,TX -- An afternoon of graphic courtroom testimonies and heated moments occurred in day three in the murder case of Robert Gray Jr.

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Noble Foundation hosts a prescribed burning workshop

Posted: 06/25/2014 - MARIETTA, OK -- Prescribed burning can be a beneficial tool and can actually help prevent wild fires. Today the Noble Foundation hosted a program to teach landowners how to do it safely.

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Tuberculosis case found at McAlester preschool

Posted: 06/25/2014 - MCALESTER, OK- The Pittsburg County Health Department began testing fifty people for tuberculosis Tuesday morning. These people may have come in contact with the person who contracted it at the William Gay Early Childhood Center in McAlester.

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