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Okla. officials ask for 500 new foster families

Posted: 03/30/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A plan to improve Oklahoma's troubled child welfare services includes seeking 500 new foster families by the end of June 2013 and the restructuring of the Department of Human Services' child welfare staff.

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Texas unemployment rate down to 7.1 percent

Posted: 03/30/2012 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas unemployment rate has fallen for a sixth consecutive month to 7.1 percent in February as the state had a third straight month of job growth exceeding 20,000 positions.

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Health & Fitness Expo Tomorrow in Ardmore

Posted: 03/30/2012 - ARDMORE, OK--Ardmore's Community leaders and Health care professionals are gearing up for their 3rd annual Health and Fitness expo.

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Investigation continues into body found near Fox

Posted: 03/30/2012 - Fox, OK--Carter County Sheriff's investigators are still trying to identify a body found under a bridge in Fox Yesterday. Deputies said It was discovered by someone passing by, at the bottom of a bridge on Diamond Road around 5 p.m.

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Atoka coach arrested for sex crimes against children

Updated: 03/30/2012 - ATOKA, OK - After months of investigation, an Atoka High School coach turned himself into authorities this morning. Casey Hauff faces multiple sex crimes against children.

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3 arrested for Tom Bean burglaries

Posted: 03/29/2012 - TOM BEAN, TX-- Nearly $34,000 in stolen property has been recovered from two separate burglaries in Grayson County.

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Crane Flies invading Texoma

Updated: 03/29/2012 - SHERMAN, TX - Warm temperatures and heavy rains in the area have led to an invasion of pests acrorss texoma. And although they're harmless, these giant flies are definitely annoying. KXII talked to a local exterminator about why we're seeing so many Crane Flies so early in the spring and what's the best weapon to use against these pests.

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AC students join the fight to end modern day slavery

Posted: 03/29/2012 - SHERMAN, TX - Slavery is often thought of as a thing of the past, but the International Labor Organization says today, there's an estimated 27 million slaves in the world.

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Madill Public Schools to reopen Friday

Posted: 03/29/2012 - MADILL, OK - Students and faculty at Madill Public Schools are expected to head back to class tomorrow. Classes were cancelled district wide yesterday after twenty-five elementary students and one teacher suddenly became sick.

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Parents worry about who lives near S&S School

Posted: 03/29/2012 - SADLER, TX-- Sadler parents said they received a piece of mail that makes them think twice about letting their kids outside to play. It states that a registered sex offender lives just feet away from a school. And there's nothing preventing him from doing that.

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Firefighters practice skills at Lake Murray

Posted: 03/28/2012 - LAKE MURRAY, OK - Firefighters scrambled to get into some cabins at Lake Murray on Wednesday, but there was no emergency. It was part of a drill designed to prepare them for the real thing.

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Man dies in semi accident

Updated: 03/28/2012 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK-A man has died after his semi went off the road Wednesday night.

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New "Courage" Group for childhood sexual abuse victims.

Updated: 03/28/2012 - BONHAM, TX - Statistics show one out of every 3 girls and one out of every 5 boys is sexually abused by the time they are 18 years old. One Fannin County woman, a victim herself, has been living with the emotional scars all her life and she's now using that experience to help other victims in the community.

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Wilson PD getting upgraded radio system

Updated: 03/28/2012 - WILSON, OK--The Wilson police department will soon be getting an upgraded radio system. The McCrory Foundation has just approved a $5,500 grant to the City of Wilson that will be used toward a repeater system. The system will cost $9,000 saving the city $3,500.

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Multi-agency cocaine sting nets 10 arrests in Carter Co.

Updated: 03/28/2012 - CARTER COUNTY, OK - A year-long undercover investigation in Carter County ends with the arrest of 10 people authorities say have been trafficking cocaine. Sara Humphrey rode along with law enforcement during the warrant roundup Tuesday morning.

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