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I-35 reopens after Garvin Co. cattle hauler wreck

Updated: 07/29/2015 - PAOLI, Okla. - All lanes of northbound Interstate 35 have reopened after a rollover accident this morning involving a cattle hauler semi that closed the highway for hours this morning in Garvin County near Paoli, the Oklahoma Dept. of Transportation says.

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Cyclospora reported in Grayson County

Posted: 07/28/2015 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX- Throughout the state of Texas there has been a surge in reports of Cyclospora and now, one case has been reported in Grayson County.

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Bryan County burglar caught on surveillance

Updated: 07/28/2015 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- Bryan County authorities have arrested a suspect involved in a burglary early Tuesday morning, that was caught on video.

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Afternoon walk lands Ada pet in the hospital

Updated: 07/29/2015 - 14-year-old Emily Ford of Ada said she and her younger brother Asher were walking their bulldog Yogi last Thursday when he stopped, lied down, and wouldn't move.

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5 nabbed in Carter Co. drug sting

Posted: 07/28/2015 - CARTER COUNTY, Okla. - Five people are behind bars after a drug bust last week in Carter County.

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Ardmore celebrates 128 years

Posted: 07/28/2015 - Ardmore turned 128-years-old Saturday and the city celebrated by throwing a three-day long and city-wide party.

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Community Health Fair

Posted: 07/28/2015 - St. John C.M.E. Church is hosting a health fair this weekend.

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Sherman hospital partners with Baylor

Posted: 07/27/2015 - SHERMAN, Texas -- Heritage Park Surgical Hospital has entered into a Partnership with Baylor Scott & White Health and United Surgical Partners.

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Family displaced after fire at Highland Park Arpartments

Updated: 07/27/2015 - ARDMORE, Okla.-- Ardmore firefighters say when they arrived to the Highland Park apartments on Sunset Drive around 5:30 Friday evening, they saw flames coming from the second floor of of one of the units.

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West Nile confirmed in Johnston County

Updated: 07/27/2015 - The average Oklahoman is still in the dark about how to protect themselves from the virus. Thursday, health officials confirmed the first case in Johnston County.

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