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Rise in whooping cough cases calls for vaccinations

Updated: 08/23/2012 - DENISON, TX -- Vaccination for pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is one of several required school shots.Grayson County Health Department request early immunization for kids. But with a recent rise in whooping cough cases, health officials now urge vaccinations for everyone.

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Man injured in Sherman house fire

Updated: 07/25/2012 - SHERMAN, TX - A Sherman man was severely burned when he was trapped in a smoke filled house early Tuesday morning.

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Safe Room Rebate Program is a hit

Posted: 07/24/2012 - COOKE COUNTY, TX -- People in Cooke county now have even more incentive to protect themselves from severe weather. The county has been awarded a grant that will pay residents back, for building safe rooms.

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Army Corps closes Burns Run swim beaches

Updated: 07/25/2012 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK - The Army Corps of Engineers says they've closed East and West Burns Run swimming beaches after test results taken showed high levels of blue green algae.

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New zip line park opens in Arbuckle Mountains

Updated: 07/24/2012 - DAVIS, OK - A new aerial adventure course that zips you through the Arbuckle Mountains opened up Monday afternoon, and the owners said there is not another place like it anywhere in Southern Oklahoma.

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Early voting underway for TX Primary Runoff

Posted: 07/23/2012 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX - Early voting for the July 31st Texas Primary Runoff Election started Monday. Several key local and state races remain up for grabs.

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Fannin County cuts down debt

Updated: 07/24/2012 - BONHAM, TX-- Fannin County is only $1.3 million away from being debt free.

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SOWC suggests water restrictions

Updated: 07/24/2012 - ARDMORE, OK - The Southern Oklahoma Water Corporation is asking customers to start rationing their water consumption.

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World gets first look at Colo. shooting suspect

Posted: 07/23/2012 - CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) - The Colorado movie theater shooting suspect showed little emotion as he made his first court appearance handcuffed with reddish orange hair.

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Local psychologist reflects on Aurora theater shooting

Updated: 07/23/2012 - Austin College psychology professor Jill Schurr, Ph.D, says that to prevent tragedies like the Colorado theater shooting from happening in the future, a little empathy can go a long way.

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System implementing anti-meth law expected Oct. 1

Updated: 07/22/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - An electronic system to connect Oklahoma with other states to track sales of drugs containing a key ingredient in methamphetamine is expected to be running by October 1st.

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