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Governor Perry Touts Finance Reform in Sherman

Updated: 05/25/2006 - Governor Rick Perry was in Sherman today, touting the new school finance reform plan just passed by the Texas Legislature. Governor Perry says one of the biggest advantages of the new reform...

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Focus on Fuel: Does the Energy Cel Work?

Updated: 05/26/2006 - Gas prices may be a few cents cheaper, but folks continue looking for gas-saving devices as summer travel heats up. Energy Cel promises to do just that. We've been putting it to the test...

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Guard Soldiers May Go to Border Next Week

Updated: 05/25/2006 - The first wave of about 800 National Guard soldiers will head to the U.S-Mexico border as early as next week, including planners and leadership personnel who will stay longer than the planned...

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Dangers With File Sharing Programs

Updated: 05/24/2006 - For years now, getting the most popular music has been just a click away with file sharing programs. While there are many different names, they all do the same things including opening the door for....

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Oklahoma Great Dane Dog Killed by Bees

Updated: 05/24/2006 - An Oklahoma dog was killed by a swarm of bees. A 120 lb Great Dane from Sand Springs was stung at least 20 times Monday night. It happened in the yard of a home in Sand Springs. The Oklahoma Department of....

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Will Dangerous Dog Bill Be a Success?

Updated: 05/24/2006 - A bill designed to tighten the leash on owners of vicious dogs passed the house Tuesday and is on its way to the senate, but will the new legislation really work? You have heard about stories of vicious dogs who not only attack other animals...

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New Drug Testing Policy for Ada Schools

Updated: 05/24/2006 - A new drug testing policy will go into effect at Ada Schools next year. The school board approved the new policy in March. The high school has always tested its athletes for drugs, but the new policy is built to include all activities sanctioned...

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Local Radio DJ Shot at on Highway

Updated: 05/24/2006 - A local radio personality was shot at with a pellet gun Tuesday afternoon while driving down a Choctaw County Highway. Known as “Van Man” on K95.5, Jason Beach was driving down Highway 271 about three miles south of Hugo when....

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4 Year Math & Science Requirement in TX

Updated: 05/24/2006 - Parents, teachers and school administrators are torn over a recently approved rule that requires high school students to take four years of math and science. Supporters say the measure will ensure students...

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Increased Security at Bryan County Jail

Updated: 05/24/2006 - The Bryan County Jail Trust Authority will stay in tact for now, but will be using deputies to help increase security. The move comes after two inmates escaped last week, the 11th escape in the...

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2nd Murder Suspect Arrives in Marietta

Updated: 05/24/2006 - A North Carolina man charged with murder at a Love County rest stop is back on southern Oklahoma soil. OSBI agents drove Shawn Leggett to the Love County jail Tuesday at 6pm, where he'll stand trial for...

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Fannin County Teen Killed in Wreck

Posted: 05/23/2006 - A Fannin county teenager was killed on Tuesday when her car hit a semi-truck head on near Achille, Oklahoma. Carolynn Michelle Milam was eastbound on state highway 91 when she drove left of...

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Howe Coach Resigns Amid Investigation

Updated: 05/23/2006 - A Howe teacher and coach has resigned this month amid an internal investigation. First News has learned the investigation centered on allegations of an inappropriate relationship with a student.

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Blood Supply Critically Low

Updated: 05/23/2006 - State officials say blood supplies at Oklahoma Blood Institutes across the state are at critically low levels heading into the Memorial Holiday weekend. Texas officials need blood, as well. American Red Cross officials say ...

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School Finance - Smokers Take the Burden

Updated: 05/23/2006 - Governor Rick Perry is making Sherman one of his stops on a tour to celebrate the new school finance reform bills passed this month. The changes will impact everything from cigarettes to when school starts.

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Court Upholds Arbuckle Aquifer Law

Posted: 05/23/2006 - The Oklahoma Supreme Court has upheld a state law passed 3 years ago to keep water from being pumped out of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer. The law was challenged by some landowners in southern OK.

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Semi Too Tall for Bridge, Traffic Backed Up

Updated: 05/23/2006 - A semi's load was too tall for the Roosevelt Bridge on Highway 70 east of Kingston this morning. The driver tried to drive underneath, knocking the forklifts he was hauling from the trailer...

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DPS Cruiser Wrecks During Training

Updated: 05/23/2006 - A DPS Patrol Cruiser flipped during a training session at the Grayson County Airport Tuesday morning. It happened around 10am on the north edge of the West runway. A DPS spokesperson says...

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OSBI Investigates Love Co. Homicide

Updated: 05/23/2006 - A man has been charged in the shooting death of another man, after a traffic stop lead to the discovery of a body Monday evening in Love County. Jeffrey Evans is being held without bond on a first degree murder charge.

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Female Truckers Answering Call

Updated: 05/22/2006 - The days of long hours and low pay are quickly passing truck drivers by. Companies are pulling out all the stops trying to attract employees, including women. Grayson College's 1st female will graduate this week.

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Water Main Repaired in Ardmore

Updated: 05/23/2006 - A water main break causing low pressure for much of Ardmore has been repaired. It broke Sunday morning at the intersection of 12th and Commerce Street. The low water pressure proved to be a problem for homes and businesses...

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Denison Man Arrested for Rape

Updated: 05/22/2006 - A Denison man has been accused of raping a woman who picked him up on Texoma Parkway in Sherman. 33-year-old Jerely Birdow of Denison was arrested for sexually assaulting a 22-year-old woman.

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Fallen Marietta Marine Laid to Rest

Updated: 05/22/2006 - A hometown hero who was killed in Iraq was laid to rest in Marietta Monday morning. The community and family came together Monday at the Marietta High School to honor fallen Marine 21-year old Hatak...

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Bryan Co. Inmates Caught in Florida

Updated: 05/22/2006 - The two escapees from the Bryan County Auxiliary Jail, Justin Reynolds and Michael Edelen were captured in Key West, Florida after a four-day run. Bryan County Sheriff Bill Sturch says Reynolds and...

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