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Pontotoc County man in jail after shooting

Updated: 09/04/2015 - ADA, Okla. -- A man is behind bars in Pontotoc County, after the sheriff said he stole two 4-wheelers from another man's house, then shot at him.

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New Texas law supports new moms at work

Updated: 09/02/2015 - TEXAS- A new Texas law is supporting new moms as they head back to work for public employers. The new law allows women who are salaried public employees to pump for breast milk in a private room. So their employees can continue working in both jobs, employee and mom.

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Wreck sends Muenster teen to hospital

Updated: 09/02/2015 - LINDSAY, Texas -- A teenager had to be flown to the hospital after a two vehicle accident west of Gainesville on U.S. Highway 82.

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Fire destroys Lone Grove home

Updated: 09/02/2015 - LONE GROVE, Okla. -- The Lone Grove Fire Department responded to a house fire around seven a.m. on Prairie Valley Road.

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Atoka 'black' water gets second opinion

Updated: 11/09/2015 - ATOKA, Okla. -- Atoka residents are still not sure the dark water coming from their facets is safe, despite the city's claim that it is. News 12 took a sample of that water for a second opinion.

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Proposed Howe water park on hold

Updated: 09/02/2015 - HOWE, Texas -- After months of anticipation, plans for a Hawaiian Falls water park in Howe are officially on hold.

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New drunk driving law takes effect in Texas

Updated: 09/02/2015 - A new law aimed at reducing repeat drunk driving offenses and saving lives on Texas roadways officially goes into effect on Tuesday, September 1, just ahead of one of the busiest traffic weekends of the year.

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BCSO: Number of Durant daycare victims increase

Posted: 09/01/2015 - DURANT, Okla. -- Bryan County sheriff's detectives said this past month Beverly Sue Stair, the owner of Sue's Daycare in Durant was under investigation for possible child abuse.

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'Disney Duper' sentenced to 17½ years in prison

Updated: 09/02/2015 - SHERMAN, Texas -- Thomas Lucas Jr. was given the maximum sentence of 17 and a half years behind bars by Federal District Court Judge Amos Mazzant on Tuesday after being found guilty this past February of seven counts of wire fraud and one count of making a false statement.

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