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Stolen Backhoe Leads to Weapons Cache

Updated: 05/02/2006 - A stolen backhoe from Cooke County led to the confiscation of weapons, drugs and stolen property near Tioga, Texas. Deputies seized 16 assault style rifles and handguns along with 3 silencers.

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Ten Commandments Monument Garners Attention

Updated: 05/02/2006 - A monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments outside the Atoka County Courthouse is drawing attention amid a lawsuit involving another Oklahoma town.

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Hwy. 70 Expansion Project Invading Businesses

Updated: 05/01/2006 - The expansion project of Highway 70 in Marshall County is already causing problems for some people who will be affected and construction has yet to begin. For 31 years Gary Minor has owned...

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ATV Accident Sends Boy to Dallas Hospital

Updated: 05/01/2006 - An eight-year-old boy hurt in an ATV accident over the weekend is recovering at a Dallas hospital. Troopers say the boy and his dad were riding separate ATVs on Pilot Grove Road in Grayson County...

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Bryan Co. Jail Struggling With Bills

Updated: 05/01/2006 - The Bryan County Jail is struggling to make ends meet, but Monday some steps were taken to get the bills paid. Bryan County officials say they do not spend money on anything unless it is absolutely....

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Red Cross Helping Victims of Cooke Co. Storm

Updated: 05/01/2006 - Volunteers from the Texoma area chapter of the Red Cross spent the day at the Cooke County Courthouse helping storm victims. The weather left nine Cooke County families homeless.

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Bullet Shot at Grayson Co. Church

Updated: 05/01/2006 - A bullet did some damage at a Grayson County Church Friday night. Deputies were called to the Red River Cowboy Church off 691 Friday after members discovered a bullet hole in the side of building.

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Immigration Walkouts Hit Home

Updated: 05/01/2006 - Thousands of people across the country took off work Monday and refused to spend money, and at home businesses closed including Denison’s newest industry. No production took...

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Toddler Hit in Drunk Driving Accident

Updated: 05/01/2006 - A four-year-old Bonham boy was run down by a drunk driver Sunday night while he was playing in his front yard. A 28-year-old man from Leonard is facing DWI and intoxicated assault charges.

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New Look for Bearcat Stadium

Updated: 05/01/2006 - It has been in the works for months and Monday the clock began ticking for more than $1 million in renovations to Sherman’s Bearcat Stadium. If you are used to missing half of the game because you are standing...

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Courthouse Locked Down as Diversion

Updated: 05/01/2006 - The Fannin County Courthouse was put on lockdown all morning as part of what authorities call a diversion. The boost in security was connected to a plea hearing for Bob Harold Leach...

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Arrests Made in Rest Stop Murder

Updated: 04/30/2006 - Two men were arrested in North Carolina on Sunday, in connection with a murder at a Thackerville rest stop last week. Authorities have been searching for the suspects since the body of Texas man was found shot to death...

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Immigration Rallies Planned for Monday

Posted: 04/30/2006 - Activists for immigrant rights are calling tomorrow's planned demonstrations "A Day Without Immigrants." But some people are growing tired of street protests, and others are afraid they'll be deported or fired for walking out.

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Highway Chase Ends in Assault Arrest

Updated: 04/30/2006 - Police say a traffic jam and wreck on Highway 75 started as a domestic dispute. Southbound Highway 75 was shut down to one lane Sunday afternoon, near the Loy Lake exit around 4 p.m.

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Families Left Homeless by Storms

Updated: 04/30/2006 - Nine families were left homeless by the storms in Cooke County. The Texoma Area Chapter of the Red Cross has provided temporary shelter for the families at local hotels.

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County Calls for Oil Co. Boycott

Updated: 04/30/2006 - Some residents of Beeville, Texas, are doubting the wisdom of the county board's call for a boycott of oil giant Exxon Mobil. Bee County's highest elected official says the boycott will continue until...

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Tornado Reported in Central TX

Updated: 04/29/2006 - A tornado near Waco killed two horses belonging to Baylor's new equestrian program. The tornado was part of powerful winds and thunderstorms that produced baseball-sized hail...

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Carter Co. Standoff Ends in Arrest

Posted: 04/29/2006 - One man was arrested after an overnight standoff at a home on Apple Street in Healdton. Police were called to the scene around 7:30 p.m. Friday night after the suspect's family members called police...

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Homes, Businesses Damaged in Storms

Updated: 04/29/2006 - Heavy thunderstorms moved through the area Friday night, leaving widespread damage behind. Hangars were damaged at the Gainesville Municipal Airport...

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Madill Airport Ready to Expand

Updated: 04/28/2006 - A special meeting at the Madill City Council focused on their airport Friday with some big changes coming in order to keep it open and keep businesses flying. The Madill Airport is still in use...

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Eisenhower Park Possibly Closing

Updated: 04/28/2006 - Control of a popular Denison recreation spot could soon be changing hands. For 50 years Texas Parks and Wildlife has leased Eisenhower State Park from the United States Army Corps of...

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Bush Rejects Spanish Anthem

Updated: 04/28/2006 - A Spanish recording of the Star Spangled Banner is stirring up debate. Top Latino recording starts released their version of the National Anthem Friday. Their label is encouraging Hispanic stations...

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SOSU Receives Large Donation

Updated: 04/28/2006 - Checks signed Friday morning gave Southeastern University the largest single gift in its history. There are already residence halls named after the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes at SOSU, but a record....

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Former Grayson Deputy in Court

Updated: 04/28/2006 - A former Grayson County deputy was in court Friday to be formally arraigned. Mark Garcia was formally arraigned on sexual assault charges Friday Morning. Garcia was indicted by a grand jury in March.

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Local Psychologist Facing Criminal Charges

Updated: 04/28/2006 - A local psychologist is facing criminal charges for practicing without a license. Back in September of 2004 the Grayson County DA gave Cynthia Martin-Cannici six months to reimburse fees for treatment...

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