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Shopping For Better Power Prices

Updated: 01/11/2006 - As energy bills skyrocket this winter, many Texans are finally turning to an option they’ve had for four year – choosing their electric provider. High natural gas and fuel prices have caused electricity bills to ...

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Madill Special Election Decided

Updated: 01/11/2006 - A special election resulted in a new councilman for Madill's Ward 3 spot. It also ended a controversial chapter in city politics. Curt Clement edged out C.D. Hale by 32 votes after a recall petition triggered the election. Incumbent Lloyd Eppler chose not to run.

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Pilot Survives Plane Crash Near Antlers

Updated: 01/10/2006 - A Texas pilot survived a plane crash in Pushmataha County Tuesday morning. It happened at 9am, 3 miles northwest of Antlers on private property. Harry Simmons had just taken off from the Antlers airport.

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Drive By Shootings in Ardmore

Updated: 01/10/2006 - A 47-year-old Ardmore man is recovering from a gunshot wound to the stomach after two drive by shootings in the city in less than 24 hours. Police believe both cases are gang related and they're looking for a ...

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Fiber Optic Cut Costs 911 Service

Updated: 01/10/2006 - A cut fiber optic phone line resulted in no long distance or 911 service for most of Denison and Pottsboro Monday evening. The outage also left most of the viewing area with no KXII service on Dish network.

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Frustration Over FEMA Response to Fires

Updated: 01/09/2006 - Delays in FEMA assistance are frustrating Oklahoma officials in the wake of severe wildfires. Now Congressman Ernest Istook is taking the problem directly to President Bush, asking for immediate help.

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Water Shortage a Challenge for Firefighters

Updated: 01/08/2006 - Weather conditions continue to encourage the spread of wildfires and dry up a precious resource for firefighters – especially those who fight fires in rural communities with few fire hydrants...

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Funerals Held for Miners

Updated: 01/08/2006 - Mourners are saying goodbye to the men who died in a West Virginia coal mine explosion. Funerals for six of the 12 victims were held today. Only those who knew the miners and live in the coal mining towns were allowed to join the families.

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Grassfire Threat High on Sunday

Updated: 01/08/2006 - Fire crews from North Carolina were sent this morning to an area just north of Coalgate to help tame a wildfire that has already charred about 900 acres since last night.

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One Killed, Four Injured in Wreck

Updated: 01/07/2006 - A 33-year-old Durant man was killed after his car ran off a county road, two miles north of Durant, and hit a tree. It happened around 9:30 p.m. on Friday. Jennings Dean Martin was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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DeLay Abandons Leadership Post in House

Updated: 01/07/2006 - Embattled Representative Tom DeLay today abandoned his bid to remain as House majority leader. That clears the way for leadership elections among Republicans eager to shed the taint of scandal.

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Woman Attacked by Pit Bulls

Updated: 01/06/2006 - A Ringling woman was attacked by two pit bulls on Thursday as she walked down a street. Helen Hammonds suffered several bites, but should recover. The dogs are normally chained but ran out a ...

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OK Lawmaker Requests Day of Prayer

Updated: 01/06/2006 - Oklahoma State Senator Harry Coates has requested that this Sunday be declared a day of prayer for the state because of all of the counties which have been imapcted by wildfires.

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Selling Animals on Parking Lots Illegal

Updated: 01/07/2006 - For those folks who are used to selling or giving away pets at local parking lots or business, Sherman Police are putting a stop to it. Today the department announced their plan on enforcing current laws.

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Burn Ban Impacting Local Businesses

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Oklahoma's burn ban is being expanded to ease the fire danger as forecasters say the wind gust will remain high for days to come. Campfires and grilling are banned, and welding is restricted.

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Apparent Murder-Suicide Outside McKinney Hospital

Updated: 01/05/2006 - McKinney police say gunfire late Thursday outside a hospital has left a man and a woman dead. Captain Randy Roland says witness told police that the man shot the woman in the head, then he turned the...

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No Plans to Remove Accused Pastor

Updated: 01/05/2006 - A reverend arrested for offering to engage in an act of lewdness will continue to serve on the executive committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. The organization said today it has no plans to remove ...

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1st Powerball Drawing Planned for Oklahoma

Updated: 01/05/2006 - The first Powerball drawing that will involve Oklahoma will be held during the International Finals Rodeo. The January 14th drawing could be for a jackpot as high as $100 million.

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Teenage Stabbing Suspect Arrested

Updated: 01/05/2006 - A 19-year-old is suspected of stabbing a Denison man in the back Thursday afternoon during a fight. Police say the teenager stabbed the victim twice in the back with a knife. The victim was taken to...

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Judge Says Horses Must Go

Updated: 01/05/2006 - The controversial animal ordinance in Ardmore is final and will stay in place, despite two months of protesting by some angry citizens. Back in November, the city passed an ordinance that called for the removal...

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Cold Case Suspect Arraigned in Marietta

Updated: 01/05/2006 - A Marietta man pleaded not guilty for the second time to two counts of first-degree murder during his arraignment Thursday. Maurice Miller is accused of killing James and Lena West in their Marietta home in 1994.

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OK Rural Firefighters Get Emergency Funding

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Cash-strapped rural fire departments across Oklahoma will be getting much needed funding from the state this week. Oklahoma Agriculture Secretary Terry Peach said this morning that his department will be...

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Bomb Suspects to Plead Guilty

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Three 18-year-old Marshall County teens will plead guilty later next month for spree of bomb attacks on mailboxes. Josh Burk, Jessie Turner, and Joseph Norris are accused of making several bombs and ...

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Denison Students Hit by Car

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Two Denison high school students were hit by a car Thursday morning as they crossed Spur 503. It happened in the 3200 block of Eisenhower Parkway around 6:30am. Both students suffered broken bones...

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