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Semi-Truck Leaks Fuel, Closes Road

Updated: 07/24/2006 - A semi-driver lost control on Keffer Road, just south of FM 996. The tractor-trailer fell over onto its side and started leaking diesel from the truck's fuel tank. The driver lost control on Keffer Road...

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Wind Farm Stirs Local Viewers

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Alternative energy is a hot topic in Texas and Oklahoma as state leaders want wind farms to be the future for both. But it’s a case of "not in my backyard" for some local viewers.

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Waiters Steal Credit Card Numbers

Posted: 07/24/2006 - Two north Texas waiters have pleaded guilty to stealing credit card numbers from customers. It happened at restaurants in McKinney and Anna when the girlfriend and boyfriend used a device called a "wedge".

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Police Searching for Armed Robbers

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Bryan County deputies are investigating an armed robbery that happened in Hendrix late Sunday night. According to the Sheriff, two masked men walked into the Silver Dollar Cafe...

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Sherman Wreck Sends 3 People to Hospital

Posted: 07/24/2006 - A car accident in Sherman Monday morning, sent 3 people to local hospitals. It happened about 10AM at Loy Lake Road and Texoma Parkway. Police say a van was headed north...

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Crime Ring Broken Up in OK/TX

Updated: 07/24/2006 - A high-speed chase in Marshall and Bryan Counties on Sunday turned into a major break in a theft ring that spans Texas and Oklahoma. Lawmen arrested a man for burglarizing coin machines and auto theft.

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New Form of Government on Wilson’s Ballot

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Voters in Wilson will consider a measure to change how the city government operates during Tuesday’s primary elections. Voters currently elect their city officials. Under a proposed measure...

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18-Wheeler Standoff, Chase

Updated: 07/24/2006 - A man who held a truck driver hostage for more than four hours surrendered to DFW police late Sunday after they fired tear gas into the cab of the 18-wheeler. The female driver ran to safety. Police in armored vehicles and cruisers...

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Farmers to Benefit from Ethanol Sales

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Demand for clear-burning fuel and the push for less reliance on fossil fuels may benefit area farmers. Two major grocery store chains have announced plans to sell corn-based ethanol at their gas stations...

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Noodling Death in Oklahoma

Posted: 07/23/2006 - A man died while noodling with five friends in a creek east of Edmond. Police say the men split up for a while, then found the victim submerged around 3 p.m. Edmond police haven't identified the victim...

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OK Eyeing Four Million Residents

Posted: 07/23/2006 - While Oklahoma's population growth lags behind the nation as a whole, the state's population could hit four million in less than a decade. The US Census Bureau says Oklahoma was home to slightly more than 3.45 million people in 2000...

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Fire Threatens Ranches, Homes

Updated: 07/22/2006 - A grass fire near the Love and Carter County line burned 200 acres, destroyed one barn, and threatened homes. The fire broke out near Crinerville and Page Roads just after 2 p.m. on Saturday...

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Pottsboro Hires Consultant to Plan for City Growth

Updated: 07/23/2006 - Pottsboro is taking cues from one of the fastest growing areas in Dallas-Ft.Worth. Saturday, Pottsboro held the first of several planned development meetings to hear ideas from Frisco's former mayor...

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Pedestrian Struck by Car on County Road

Updated: 07/23/2006 - A pedestrian was flown to an Oklahoma City Hospital Saturday morning after the woman was struck by a car on Cherry Road in Davis. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol...

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Late Night Concert Outside Gander Mtn

Posted: 07/21/2006 - Two employees working the graveyard shift at a Sherman outdoor store turned the monotony of the late hours into a concert. At 4am on Friday morning, Keith Brumlow and Travis Wadley were in the...

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Woman Faces Trial for Beating Death

Posted: 07/21/2006 - A Maysville woman will go to trial in September for the beating death of her mother-in-law. Nancy Gilstrap is charged in Garvin County with first degree murder in the death of Rosemary Avila last year.

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Airport Plans for Tower Reopening

Updated: 07/21/2006 - The Grayson County Airport will reactivate their control tower for the first time in three decades. In its heyday, this tower was the control center for military traffic flying in and out of Perrin Airfield.

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Train Derails Near Latta

Updated: 07/21/2006 - Several cars of a Burglington Northern Sante Fe freight train derailed in rural Pontotoc County Friday afternoon. The ten cars overturned one mile south of Latta around 4:45pm. Authorities believe the intense heat may have caused the ground to shift.

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Grandma Busted for Mailing Drugs

Updated: 07/21/2006 - A 66-year-old Tom Bean woman is accused of trying to mail drugs to the Grayson County jail. Investigators say her intent was to get the drugs to her grandson, who is jailed on charges of attempted murder.

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Car Hits Gainesville Apartment

Updated: 07/21/2006 - A car crashed into a Gainesville apartment complex Thursday night. Police say it happened just before 10:30 PM, when Jesus Castillo, 21 was headed west on Broadway when he lost control...

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Fire Destroys Boathouse on Lake Texoma

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Fire destroyed a boathouse on Lake Texoma Thursday morning. When firefighters got there, flames had consumed most of the building that is a popular place for locals to fish at Alberta Creek Marina.

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Springer VFD Gets New Truck

Updated: 07/20/2006 - The Springer Volunteer Fire Department got a new set of wheels on Thursday thanks to Carter County leaders. Back in November when they were battling wildfires in the area they had trouble getting ...

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Ardmore Boy Gets Dream NASCAR Trip

Updated: 07/20/2006 - The Make a Wish Foundation and Dollar Tree joined together to give one Ardmore boy the opportunity of a lifetime Thursday afternoon. Foster Trusty has been battling lupus since the age of eight.

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Signs Vandalized in Cartwright

Updated: 07/20/2006 - Someone has left their mark all over Cartwright on election posters, road signs, and even businesses, tagged with the letters "A" and "S." The spray paint is in about 30 places all together.

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