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Possible Robbery Ring in Carter Co.

Updated: 03/10/2006 - Authorities are investigating a possible new burglary ring in the Carter County area. They believe the group is responsible for four different crimes and could be connected to more. The crimes cross over three...

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300 New Jobs Coming to Denison

Updated: 03/10/2006 - A business set to bring 300 new jobs to Denison is moving in this weekend and looking for employees. Client Services is in the process of setting up its new call center in Denison to be ready for operation....

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Students Traveling for Spring Break

Updated: 03/10/2006 - For students in Texas and Oklahoma, Spring Break is underway or right around the corner and the carefree atmosphere that comes with partying can potentially mean more accidents on the road. With some...

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GM Recalling Chevy and GMC Trucks

Updated: 03/10/2006 - General Motors is recalling about 900,000 pickup trucks worldwide because of tailgate cables that can corrode and break when loads are placed on them. The world's largest automaker says...

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Oil Rigs Up, Gas Prices Unchanged

Updated: 03/10/2006 - The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas increased nationwide this week while the number in Oklahoma held steady. Houston-based Baker Hughes says the number of active rigs in...

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Man Flees From Police After Shooting

Updated: 03/10/2006 - An overnight shooting in Sherman leaves one person behind bars and another on the run from authorities. The shooting happened just after midnight on Friday in the 600 block of South Crockett.

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Bush Says Patriot Act is Saving Lives

Posted: 03/09/2006 - President Bush has signed a renewal of the anti-terrorist Patriot Act, saying its provisions have "saved American lives.” The renewal finally cleared Congress this week after months of debate on how to fight....

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Drug Survey Results Shock Many

Updated: 03/09/2006 - The results from a Plainview students survey about drug and alcohol issues are in. The survey was supposed to help the school board decide if they should consider on a drug testing policy. But school...

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Settlement Reached in Hosptial Lawsuit

Updated: 03/09/2006 - A settlement was finally reached in a lawsuit filed over two years ago against Intergris Marshall Memorial Hospital, the city of Madill, and the county commissioners. Landowners were angered over a new....

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Conflict II in Oakland Cemetery Dispute

Updated: 03/09/2006 - More than a month ago, First News told you of the struggle between the city of Oakland and its Cemetery Association. Back in January the Oakland Cemetery Association tried to impose a statute....

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Safety 101: Spring Break Traveling

Updated: 03/09/2006 - Several students have already hit the road for Spring Break and some are still waiting for next week. But after last year’s tragedy in Aruba, student safety is even more of a concern this year. Travel agents in....

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Governor Perry Promotes Mentoring Program

Posted: 03/09/2006 - A new statewide mentoring program aims to stop the cycle of children following their parents into the Texas prison system. Governor Rick Perry was in Dallas today to announce a nearly $3.8 million state....

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Fire Danger Persists Despite Rain

Updated: 03/09/2006 - The state fire information office says a high fire danger continues across Oklahoma Thursday despite scattered rainfall during the Wednesday. A Red Flag Fire warning is in effect and a burn ban continues statewide.

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Mother Run Down While Protecting Son

Updated: 03/09/2006 - A Fannin County mother is in stable condition at Parkland Hospital ICU after being dragged by a car. Shawna Case was trying to prevent two people from abducting her 5-year-old son from her Honey Grove home.

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Poison To Blame For Animal Deaths

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Several dogs were found dead over the weekend, poisoned with raw meat in Ada. Authorities still are not sure why the dogs were targeted, but they do know the meat they ate was laced with....

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Agencies Joining to Solve Issues

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Two agencies in Pontotoc County are joining together to solve the problem of jurisdiction issues. The Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department and the Chickasaw Nation say this joint will make them...

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OK Fire Grant Value Could Double

Updated: 03/08/2006 - A bill to increase the amount of grant money available to rural fire departments in Oklahoma has passed the state Senate. Senators voted 46-0 Wednesday for the bill that raises the maximum grant from $2,780 a year to $5,000 year.

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Only 10% Voter Turnout in Texas Primaries

Posted: 03/08/2006 - Only about one in every ten registered voters in Texas cast ballots in the primaries. The Secretary of State's office says overall primary election turnout Tuesday in the Republican and Democratic primaries...

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Former Governor Diagnosed With Cancer

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Former Texas Governor Ann Richards says she has cancer of the esophagus. The 72-year-old Democrat will undergo treatment at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. An aide says Richards....

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Gunshots Leave Two Dead in Springer

Updated: 03/08/2006 - An apparent murder-suicide has left a man and woman dead in Springer, Oklahoma. The Carter County Sheriff is still investigating, but says it appears to be a murder-suicide. Deputies got the call around...

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Electronic Ballots Trigger Delays

Updated: 03/08/2006 - The hope of faster election results in Grayson County was dashed Tuesday night as an electronic ballot machine caused a lengthy delay. Unofficial results were released at 11:30pm, minus one precinct....

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Caitlin's Law Passes Senate

Updated: 03/08/2006 - The Oklahoma Senate today passes the Senate's version of "Caitlin's Law," a proposal named after a 16-year-old Ada girl who was killed by her mother's ex-boyfriend. The measure requires anyone charged with a violent...

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New Video Monitors for Grayson Co. Jail

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Grayson County Jail officers will soon have a clearer picture of who is coming and going from the jail. Commissioners approved $10,000 for five new monitors for the security control room. The equipment will....

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Dozens Arrested in Drug Roundup

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Agents met at the Ardmore Convention Center Monday at 4:00 a.m. to start a massive round up of meth users from north Texas and southern Oklahoma. They hit dozens of homes, with a focus on Gainesville and..

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Alcohol Related Accident Kills One

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Alcohol may be to blame for the death of a Stratford man late Monday night. 59-year old Freddie Weldon Ward was turning into a private drive off Highway 177 in Garvin County when a Chevy Avalanche....

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