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Ardmore Job Fair

Posted: 11/04/2011 - ARDMORE, OK -- If you are hunting for a job this may be an excellent opportunity for you.

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Sherman Fire Dept., TMC hold mass casualty drill

Posted: 11/04/2011 - On Thursday the Sherman Fire Department put a new tool to the test to help them save more lives when seconds count. Josh Stevenson has more on Thursday's mock disaster drill.

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Howe HS Marching Band headed to state

Posted: 11/04/2011 - HOWE, TX - The Pride of Howe Marching band is headed to state. Last Saturday, the 71-member band competed in the area 2A Division Contest in Denton and qualified for the UIL State Marching Contest in San Antonio.

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Overcrowded shelters are forced to leave some out in the cold

Updated: 11/03/2011 - ARDMORE, OK -- As it begins to get more frigid outside people without homes and electricity may start desperately looking for a place to keep warm, and local homeless shelters are beginning to worry they will have to turn people away as they are already too full.

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Hannah's Horseshoes of Hope - A decade of community service

Updated: 11/04/2011 - DODD CITY, TX - A Dodd City Therapy Center that uses horses as part of its treatment opened almost 10 years ago with one horse and one student. Today Hannah's Horseshoes of Hope boasts a herd of 10 horses, 25-volunteers, and more than one hundred students. Here's a look at how the horses have helped so many troubled adults and children ride into a better life.

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Prescription drug abuse on the rise in Oklahoma

Posted: 11/03/2011 - DURANT, OK- A new report shows prescription drug abuse is killing people in Oklahoma at an alarming rate. Now, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics is working to change that.

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Veterans Support Service Program shuts down due to lack of funding

Posted: 11/02/2011 - SHERMAN, TX-Soldiers returning home from serving overseas are often faced with a number of issues that can make adjusting to life at home difficult. Now, they're faced with one more difficulty after a local veterans support program closes its doors.

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How locals celebrated National Start Eating Healthy Day

Posted: 11/02/2011 - ARDMORE, OK -- If you are feeling a little guilty about all that Halloween candy you ate then today might be the perfect time to start fresh. The American Heart Association has declared today as "National Start Eating Healthy Day".

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Denison boy donates birthday money to autism charity

Updated: 11/02/2011 - DENISON, TX - It's estimated that one in every 110 children will be diagnosed with autism, and not all families can afford treatment, but one Denison boy is trying to make a difference.

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CDs could possibly go extinct

Updated: 11/02/2011 - As technology rapidly changes, the compact disc could be the next media format on the chopping block.

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New Okla. law allows families to challenge medical examiner

Updated: 11/03/2011 - ELMORE CITY, OK - The Chanda Turner Reform Act went into effect in Oklahoma yesterday and the new law allows families, like Chanda's, the chance to appeal the medical examiners cause of death ruling.

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Man killed in Lamar Co. fire identified

Fatal Fire

Posted: 11/02/2011 - LAMAR COUNTY, TX - Lamar County authorities have confirmed the man who died in a house fire early Monday morning was 67-year-old Roger Hooper.

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3rd suspect in Ada bank robbery turns himself in

Updated: 11/02/2011 - ADA, OK - Police have a third person in custody in connection with a robbery at an Ada bank last month. Officials tell us 20-year-old Tristan David Williams turned himself in Tuesday after about a week on the run.

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Coats for Kids underway across Texoma

Updated: 11/08/2011 - 107.3 Doc FM, KXII Channel 12, and Texas Laundry & Dry Cleaning are collecting Coats for Kids! You can drop off your new and gently used coats, Texas Laundry & Dry cleaning will clean them, and we'll get the coats to those who need them!

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Trendy Tuesday: Microsoft Kinect, Nintendo 3DS

Posted: 11/01/2011 - Trendy Tuesday is highlight some of the hottest gifts for the techy in your life. Advanced camera and voice detection on the Microsoft Kinect will end the age-old search for the remote control. After a surge of 3D movies hit theaters, the eye-popping entertainment has become a player in the gaming world with the Nintendo 3DS.

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Hay spilled on Highway 82

Updated: 11/01/2011 - Over 30 bales of hay spilled on highway 82 Tuesday, blocking one lane of traffic.

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Safes stolen in Johnston Co. woman's murder

Posted: 11/01/2011 - JOHNSTON COUNTY, OK - There are new details in the murder of a Johnston County woman last week. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says two safes are missing from her home.

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Life without parole - Mother's boyfriend convicted of 15-month-old's murder

Updated: 11/02/2011 - SHERMAN, TX - The week long trial of a man accused of murdering a Texoma toddler came to an end today. You could hear a pin drop in the courtroom this morning at Grayson County Justice Center. Friends and family waited anxiously for the verdict. Micah Troy Duncan was found guilty in the murder of 15 month old Gabriel Goss-horn.

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