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One Killed, 6 Hurt in Park Shooting

Posted: 03/26/2006 - A 29-year-old man died today and six others were wounded when a shooting broke out at a park in Marshall. Police say a preliminary investigation shows there was an ongoing feud between some of those involved in the shooting.

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Body Identified: Tioga Man Found in Red River

Updated: 03/27/2006 - The body found by a boater on the Red River Sunday morning has been identified. 44-year-old Jessie Davidson of Tioga was found floating near the I-35 bridge on the Love and Cooke County line. OHP is heading up the investigation....

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Manhunt in Atoka Co.

Updated: 03/26/2006 - Authorities are searching for a man who led police on a chase early Sunday morning. Police say Anthony Dean Palmer of Grand Prairie, Texas led a Tushka officer on a chase around 12:30 a.m. after the officer tried to pull him over for speeding.

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Remains Could Belong to Missing Teen

Updated: 03/27/2006 - Authorities are investigating the discovery of human remains in Pushmataha County. Sheriff Jim Duncan says a logger discovered human bones in a remote area, about four miles southwest of Clayton, Oklahoma on...

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Sherman Native Buck Owens Dies at 76

Updated: 03/25/2006 - Buck Owens wanted to be noticed by his audience. He donned rhinestone costumes and played a red, white and blue guitar. Owens died today at his home in Bakersfield, California. He was 76. He is....

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Cops Use MySpace To Find Suspects

Updated: 03/25/2006 - Detectives used profiles posted on the MySpace social networking Web site to identify six suspects in a rape and robbery that began when a party turned violent, leaving blood "in almost every room of....

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Red Cross Probes Post-Katrina Fraud

Updated: 03/25/2006 - The Red Cross said Friday it is "aggressively investigating" allegations brought by volunteers of outright criminal activity during Katrina. Former Red Cross volunteer and attorney Jerome Nickerson wrote a blistering investigative report....

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Minister's Wife Charged With Murder

Updated: 03/25/2006 - A minister's wife was charged Friday with shooting her husband to death in the parsonage in a crime that shocked the congregation and shattered the couple's happy and loving image. Mary Winkler was arrested on murder....

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Volunteer Firefighter Dies From Injuries

Updated: 03/25/2006 - A volunteer firefighter who was severely burned while fighting a wildfire in Stephens County earlier in March has died. 32-year old Destry Horton passed away Friday evening. Horton was volunteering...

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Goodbye Ceremony for Local Soldiers

Updated: 03/25/2006 - About 500 Oklahomans gathered tonight in the field house of the Midwest City High School to bid farewell to Oklahoma National Guard troops headed to Iraq. The troops will train there for about three months...

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Student Disciplined For Obscene Images

Updated: 03/24/2006 - A freshman at Denison High School has been suspended for 15 days for looking at obscene materials on school computers. However, the student's father is also pointing the finger at the school district.

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Overnight Stabbing in Sherman

Posted: 03/24/2006 - A fight last night in Sherman ended with a trip to the hospital. Police say two groups began arguing at a local nightclub, and then continued the fight at Fallon Drive and Texoma Parkway...

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Two Texas Counties Lift Burn Ban

Posted: 03/24/2006 - Two more Texas Counties decide to do away with their burn bans. Lamar County lifted the ban yesterday and Cooke County will lift theirs tomorrow at daylight...

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Possible Makeover for Denison Neighborhood

Posted: 03/23/2006 - Newly proposed tax-abatement program could mean a new look for some Denison neighborhoods. An area on the east side of Denison has a lot of aging homes and it has been awhile since it has seen....

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Oklahoma VFD Funding Axed

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Republicans and democrats agree that firefighters, especially the smaller agencies are in desperate need of additional funding, the only question is how exactly do they get it? There has been talk of setting...

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Horse Intentionally Killed by Gunshot

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Another case of animal abuse in Texoma leaves a horse dead after being shot within its own pasture. Ron Harrison of Calvin breeds mules and horses for a living. But within the past three months his....

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Snow Falls Across Parts of Texoma

Updated: 03/23/2006 - A few weeks ago people across Texoma and surrounding areas were desperate for precipitation to fall and many received more than they expected last week. But Thursday morning some woke...

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Missing Boy Victim of Drowning

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Officials say a missing 5-year old North Texas boy apparently drowned accidentally in a pond on his own property. An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday for Anthony Turner, who lived in rural Johnson....

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Researchers Testing Mad Cow Disease

Updated: 03/23/2006 - Researchers from Texas A&M University are working to develop illness-repellent sheep. It's a step that could lead to the engineering of cattle resistant to mad cow disease. Veterinarians...

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Biodiesel Plant to Open in Durant

Posted: 03/23/2006 - Country music singer Willie Nelson and Oscar Award winning actor Morgan Freeman are to attend the opening ceremonies of a new biodiesel production facility in Durant next month. The plant is to open...

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Fire Funds Extinguished at Capitol

Updated: 03/22/2006 - Dozens of rural firefighters came away from the state Capitol empty-handed Wednesday. The Republican-controlled House shut down attempts to increase funding for volunteer fire departments.

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Group to Rebuild Homes Destroyed by Fire

Posted: 03/22/2006 - A group made up of state, private and faith-based organizations will build houses for Oklahomans who have recently lost their homes to wildfires or tornadoes. Houses must have been destroyed after Nov. 27th.

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North Texas Business to Add 500 Jobs

Posted: 03/22/2006 - The Torchmark Corporation in McKinney is moving its corporate headquarters to the city. The move will create 500 new jobs for the area. A $2 million grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund helped lure...

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Major Drug Dealer Busted in OK

Updated: 03/22/2006 - Authorities in Pontotoc County say they have caught a major player in drug operations in the county. Tuesday night deputies arrested 37-year old Sonny Pearce at his home south of Fittstown. They discovered....

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