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Local zoo closed due to flooding

Updated: 06/24/2015 - GAINESVILLE, TX- This time of year the Frank Buck Zoo in Gainesville is usually buzzing with families checking out all the animals.But torrential rains forced the zoo to close 47 days ago and officials said there's no telling when they'll be able to reopen.

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Cimarex Energy Co. talks oil leak at Cumberland Levee

Updated: 06/24/2015 - BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Two days ago, the north side of the Cumberland Levee breached sending water into the old Washita River Basin. An area used for natural gas and oil production.

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Jail board appointed by Marshall County commissioners

Posted: 06/23/2015 - MADILL, Okla. -- Marshall County Commissioners have approved the creation of a board to oversee construction of the new Marshall County Jail iif voters approve a sales tax to fund the facility.

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City of Savoy boil water order lifted

Posted: 06/23/2015 - SAVOY,Texas -- The boil water order in place for the public water system of the City of Savoy since June 7 has been lifted as of June 23.

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Grayson County flood victim identified

Updated: 06/23/2015 - POTTSBORO, Texas -- Officials say Charles Broyles, 77, of Pottsboro was found dead Sunday in his truck on Enterprise Road near Refuge Road outside of Denison.

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Bois D’ Arc Municipal Utility District announces boil water order

Posted: 06/23/2015 - Due to the water line break and loss of continuous pressure for customers located West of Telephone on FM 273 and all customers effected, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required our water system Bois D’ Arc Municipal Utility District to notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.

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Cumberland Levee breach creates oil spill

Updated: 06/22/2015 - BRYAN, COUNTY, Okla. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says they were notified Sunday morning that the Cumberland levee in Bryan County was breached and began spilling over.

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Tropical Depression causes damage to marina

Posted: 06/21/2015 - WHITESBORO, TX- Lake Texoma is over 644 feet and rising.Those high levels have led to marinas along the lake to suffer significant damage.The damage at one marina is so bad one manager said it will be a while before they are back in business.

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