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President Bush Addresses Crowd at OSU

Updated: 05/06/2006 - President Bush advised college graduates today to use technology but not become enslaved by it. During commencement exercises at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater today...

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9/11 Memorial Cost Jumps to $1 Billion

Posted: 05/06/2006 - Construction costs for the World Trade Center memorial have risen to an estimated $1 billion, twice as much as officials had planned to spend. Last year, officials said the memorial, slated to open in 2009...

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No Charges Over Campus Dog Killing

Updated: 05/05/2006 - Two students who killed a pit bull near the SISD Ag barn will not face criminal charges. School officials say the two have been disciplined for violating school rules, although they would not specify what...

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MADD Reacting to Sherman Attorney Trial

Updated: 05/05/2006 - The trial of a Sherman attorney had the attention of the legal community all week, but other eyes were watching as well. And now the defense may appeal the conviction. It was not the fact that Gary...

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Head-on Accident Claims Life on Hwy. 82

Updated: 05/05/2006 - A major accident claimed the life of a man on Highway 82 Friday afternoon. Two vehicles hit head on just a quarter mile west of Sadler, around 4:30pm. A rescue helicopter transported one victim to Dallas.

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Concern Over Sidewalks in DISD

Updated: 05/05/2006 - As local students count down the days until school breaks for the summer, Denison City officials are addressing the lack of sidewalks for students who travel on foot. Sidewalks throughout Denison provide...

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Ardmore Tax Proposal Would Save Residents Money

Updated: 05/05/2006 - First News told you last week about plans to raise Ardmore Utility prices and now the plan may not be as severe, but money could go to the city in other ways. The city of Ardmore was talking about...

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Tornado Simulation Planned in Ardmore

Updated: 05/05/2006 - This Tuesday emergency workers in Ardmore will find out just how prepared the city is in the event of a tornado. Emergency Management as well as the police and fire departments will be...

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Naked Woman Dumped in Woods

Updated: 05/05/2006 - A woman claims she has been living in the woods of Bryan County for three days after being stripped, robbed, and dumped by a truck driver. Authorities found Angela Warner after she wandered up to...

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Several Injured in Johnston Co. Accident

Updated: 05/05/2006 - Six people ended up in the hospital Friday afternoon after a wreck in Johnston County. The accident happened on Highway 78 near Willard Road, east of Tishomingo.

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Sutton Pleads Guilty - Jail Time Deferred

Posted: 05/05/2006 - Oklahoma State basketball coach Eddie Sutton pleaded no contest today to drunken driving charges for a February traffic accident in Stillwater. Prosecutors are recommending a one-year deferred ...

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Focus on Fuel: Simple $-Saving Tips

Updated: 05/04/2006 - In part 2 of our fuel-focused series this month, there are simple ways you can improve gas mileage. For so many of us, driving less isn't an option. But we do have options when it comes to controlling how...

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Bonham Librarian Asks Police Help on Overdue Books

Posted: 05/04/2006 - One librarian in Texas is so fed up with overdue books, she wants the violators arrested. Bonham police chief Mike Bankston says if Barbara McCutcheon says books aren't returned, then officers will...

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Attorney Found Guilty in DWI Trial

Updated: 05/04/2006 - A Grayson County jury has found a Sherman attorney guilty of felony DWI. The jury deliberated only a half hour before coming up with the guilty verdict for Gary Corley. Corley faced a felony because he....

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Locals Gather on National Day of Prayer

Updated: 05/04/2006 - Back in 1952, President Harry Truman signed a bill proclaiming National Day of Prayer into a law. And Thursday people around the nation bowed their heads in prayer. More than a dozen churches met at....

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School Bond on Tishomingo Ballot

Updated: 05/04/2006 - The voters of Tishomingo will soon be voting on an $850,000 school bond. If passed, the bond will allow new facilities to be constructed and create more space and accommodations for handicapped kids.

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Goat Breaks Into School - Caught on Tape

Posted: 05/04/2006 - That was no cat burglar smashing his way into a Dallas-area school. Blame it on a gutsy goat. Building security video shows the male goat on Sunday butting its head and horns into some glass doors...

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Purcell Murder Update - Hearing Set

Posted: 05/04/2006 - A McClain County judge set an Aug. 22 preliminary hearing for a man accused of killing his 10-year-old neighbor in an alleged cannibalistic plot. Kevin Ray Underwood wasn't present for the brief hearing in...

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OK is One Step Ahead of Soft Drink Ban

Posted: 05/04/2006 - An agreement to eliminate high-calorie soft drinks from schools announced by former President Clinton and soft drink distributors is already the law in Oklahoma. Two years ago the legislature passed...

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Texoma Tales - Political Icon Keeps Memories Alive

Updated: 05/04/2006 - You've no doubt heard of the late Senator Sam Rayburn. But, did you know his legacy lives on in Bonham. And it's that legacy that's kept one man busy for generations.

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Child Predator Handed 35 Year Sentences

Updated: 05/04/2006 - A Sherman child molester will serve 35 years in prison for sexually assaulting a juvenile relative. 44-year-old Randy Lee Harrison accepted a plea deal for 2 charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.

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New Details in Braum's Holdup

Updated: 05/04/2006 - An armed robber hit the Braum’s restaurant in Sherman late last night. Police arrested a Dallas man a short time later at a nearby house. Employees were about to lock up at the restaurant when...

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Ardmore Family Defends Son's Innocence

Updated: 05/03/2006 - An Ardmore family says inaccurate testimony helped lead to their son’s execution in 2004. Now a non-profit group called the Innocence Project agrees, and is hoping to change the way arson experts testify...

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Witness: Dog Killing Wasn't Self-Defense

Updated: 05/04/2006 - A witness who saw two Sherman high school students kill a stray pit bull on Tuesday says it was not a case of self-defense. The teenager says he signed a statement for the school as an investigation into the killing is...

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OK Governor Lifts Burn Ban

Posted: 05/03/2006 - The burn ban has been lifted for the remaining Texoma-area counties. Governor Brad Henry lifted the ban for all Oklahoma counties except for 20 in the western part of the state. Much of the area has been under a ban since November.

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