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Mysterious Teen Death In Sherman

Updated: 02/17/2006 - A Sherman High School junior was in class Wednesday, but within 24 hours she died a mysterious death in her home. 17-year old Tina Landom-Shaw came home from school Wednesday not feeling well.

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Propane Leak In Van Alstyne

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Thousands of gallons of propane leaked into the air Thursday after an accident at a gas station occurred. Van Alstyne Fire Department intentionally set a flame and let it burn for about an hour and a half...

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Teacher Rally in Sherman

Updated: 02/16/2006 - With primary elections just two weeks away local teachers wanting to make their voices heard are rallying for education Thursday. A non-partisan rally got underway Thursday evening, with more than....

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Smoke From Wildfires Blows Into Texoma

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Smoke blanketed parts of southern Oklahoma, setting off concerns among residents that fires were nearby Thursday evening. But authorities stressed that most of the fires were contained to the....

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Weekend Cold Front Increasing Fire Danger

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Oklahoma state fire officials say a cold front that is moving slowly across the state Friday is producing strong winds and increasing fire danger. Officials also say the expected cold weather during....

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Wildfire Shuts Down Two Highways

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Heavy smoke from a wildfire near I-35 in the Arbuckles forced the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to shut down two major highways Thursday afternoon. I-35 and US 77 were shut down for nearly 3 hours due to the heavy smoke.

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3 Teens Involved In Stabbing

Updated: 02/15/2006 - An 18-year-old woman is accused of stabbing two other teenage girls during an overnight party in Murray County. Sabrina Corey was arrested early Wednesday morning in Dougherty.

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Manhunt Stretching Manpower Thin

Updated: 02/15/2006 - A search for an escaped murder suspect has agencies across Southern Oklahoma combing the area, but the manhunt is leaving small communities stretched thin.On Tuesday in Silo, there was no...

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Benefit For Local Vet Injured In Wildfire

Updated: 02/15/2006 - A local veterinarian injured in a wildfire early last month is still battling for her life. Dr. Sharon Gaston of Saint Jo was trying to help horses escape from a wildfire when one knocked her to the ground. She....

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Former Madill Police Chief Dies

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Residents in Madill are mourning the loss of one of their long time police chiefs Wednesday. Buford Huff served on the force for 34 years and passed away Tuesday night. Friends and family say Huff loved....

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Grass Fire In Arbuckle Mountains

Updated: 02/15/2006 - Carter County firefighters were busy Wednesday in the Arbuckle Mountains where a fire ignited around 11:45 a.m. off of Foothills Road west of Springer. Fire crews say what made this fire so difficult was...

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Motivated To Ride: Man Biking Across USA

Updated: 02/15/2006 - Some people still use their bicycle as a source of exercise and for good old-fashioned fun, but one man is using it for a much bigger reason. From Grayson, Kentucky Don Boehly has been riding his....

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Silo Students Back to School

Updated: 02/15/2006 - After a teenager possibly spotted Kevin Leon Cross in Bryan County on Tuesday, school officials in Silo locked the doors and went into protective mode. But by Wednesday, life is getting back to normal.

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Bomb Threat At Ardmore YMCA

Updated: 02/15/2006 - The YMCA of Ardmore received a phone call around 9:45 a.m. Wednesday morning from a male claiming that he left a bomb in the building. The Ardmore special response....

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OK House Panel Rejects Wage Increase

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Members of a legislative committee Wednesday rejected a proposed $1 increase in Oklahoma's minimum wage. The House Business and Economic Development Committee voted 5-3 along party lines...

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Southern Oklahoma Election Results

Updated: 02/14/2006 - School board seats and bond issues were at stake across southern Oklahoma Tuesday. Both bond issues in Plainview and Turner passed, while a sales tax in Ringling was voted down. Click here for more.

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Counterfeit Suspect Eats Evidence

Updated: 02/15/2006 - Kingston police reported that two Tishomingo residents had tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill, but police say one ate the evidence. Monday night Madill police stopped Alicia Smith and Kevin....

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Crutchfield Seeks 3rd Term in Senate

Posted: 02/14/2006 - State Senator Johnnie Crutchfield is seeking a third term in the Oklahoma senate. The democrat from Ardmore made the announcement on Tuesday. Crutchfield represents district 14...

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Defense Begins in Severed Arms Trial

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Prosecutors rested today in the trial of a Plano woman accused of killing her baby by cutting off the girl's arms. The prosecution introduced autopsy photos before resting in the Dena Schlosser capital murder trial.

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Sex Offender Bill Passes Hurdle

Updated: 02/14/2006 - A bill to provide notification if sex offenders are part of a construction crew is heading to the state Senate for consideration. The bill passed the Senate Business and Labor Committee Tuesday.

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Caitlin's Law Advances to Senate

Updated: 02/14/2006 - A law named after a 16-year-old Ada girl who was killed by her mother's ex-boyfriend cleared a Senate committee today. The bill called "Caitlin's Law" is named for Catilin Wooten and now goes to...

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Escapee Still at Large - Victim's Family Speaks

Updated: 02/14/2006 - Things are getting back to normal in Silo after law enforcement descended on the city amid reports of Kevin Leon Cross in the area. Despite searching from the ground and air, lawmen couldn't find him.

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Campaign Signs Under Attack

Updated: 02/13/2006 - With Primary Day in Texas just a month away, campaign signs are everywhere. But some vandals are trying to make sure candidates don't get their message out. Three different candidates chose a spot....

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Bizzare Animal Attack In Sherman

Updated: 02/13/2006 - An unusual animal attack occurred this past weekend in Sherman involving a cat, which did plenty of damage. When you think of animals biting humans, dog or wild animal attacks come to mind. But Sunday....

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Student Threats In Murray Co School

Updated: 02/13/2006 - The Murray County Sheriff’s Department has turned a student threat investigation over to the Juvenile Affairs Office. Last week two female Sulphur students used a school computer to send threatening e-mails....

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