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Okla. Gov. asks tribes to drop water rights suit

Posted: 02/03/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin wants two tribal leaders to dismiss their lawsuit against the state over tribal water rights in southeastern Oklahoma.

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Registration deadline nears for Okla. voters

Updated: 02/02/2012 - DURANT, OK-- Oklahoma residents have one week left, until the February 10th deadline, to update their voter registration information or register to vote for the presidential primaries.

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Texas education cuts mean 32,000 job losses so far

Posted: 02/02/2012 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A school advocacy group says an estimated 32,000 school employees across Texas - including 12,000 teachers - have lost their jobs due to $5.4 billion in education cuts.

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"First Tee" golfer told to teach at another park

Posted: 02/01/2012 - SHERMAN, TX-A Texoma man is teaching kids from low-income families about the game of golf. He said the program is a hole in one for Texoma kids, but not everyone agreed. In fact some say it's a hazard.

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MCSO gets new state-of-the-art surgical robot

Updated: 02/02/2012 - DURANT, OK - The Medical center of Southeastern Oklahoma is sporting some new top of the line technology. This state of the art robot is performing highly advanced procedures that until recently where only available in Oklahoma City and Dallas.

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Human remains found in Love Co.

Updated: 02/01/2012 - ENVILLE, OK - State and local law enforcement are investigating human remains found in Love County.

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Teen dies after Garvin Co. rollover accident

Posted: 02/01/2012 - GARVIN COUNTY, OK - A fifteen-year-old Pauls Valley girl has died from injuries sustained in a car accident last month. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol tells us Madison Vandever died Friday in an Oklahoma City hospital.

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Pfizer recalls 1M birth control packs after mixup

Posted: 02/01/2012 - INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Pfizer Inc. is recalling 1 million packets of birth control pills due to a packaging error that could raise the risk of an accidental pregnancy by leaving women with an inadequate dose.

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Keeping our kids safe

Posted: 01/31/2012 - SHERMAN, TEXAS - The recent arrest of a former Los Angeles teacher accused of molesting more than 20 students has sent shockwaves around the nation. Now local advocates are warning parents and other adults to be on high alert as the cases around Texoma continue to rise.

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During Super Bowl week "Tackle Domestic Violence"

Updated: 01/31/2012 - DURANT, OK-- The Crisis Center is holding its 2nd Annual "Tackle Domestic Violence," fundraiser. During Super Bowl week last year, they raised about $5,000 for Texoma Counties.This year, they hope to score even more.

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Blue-green algae puts a damper on Texoma tourism

Posted: 01/30/2012 - DURANT, OK -- The initial water contact ban and current water advisory made it a rough year for lake marinas and other businesses. One general manager told us he saw a 20 percent decrease in revenue from the year before. Area cities that depend on the lake are hoping that as water levels go up so will business.

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New Senior Center opens in Colbert

Updated: 01/27/2012 - COLBERT, TX-- The Chickasaw Governor... along with many other leaders from the area were excited to celebrate the grand opening of the Panola Senior Center.

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Monster truck show returns to Ardmore

Updated: 01/27/2012 - ARDMORE, OK - The trucks don't get much bigger or louder than at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore this weekend.

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Early morning shooting in Durant

Updated: 01/27/2012 - DURANT, OK-- A Durant man woke up to loud noises Thursday morning and discovered bullet holes in his truck.

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Settlement talks under way in redistricting saga

Posted: 01/27/2012 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The Texas attorney general and lawyers for minority groups are in talks to hammer out a settlement on how to draw the state's political maps.

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Oklahoma tribes amend federal water rights lawsuit

Posted: 01/27/2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Two Oklahoma-based American Indian tribes have filed another amendment to their federal lawsuit over the tribes' water rights in their historic territories in southeastern Oklahoma.

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