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Super Bowl Betting Possibly Illegal

Updated: 02/03/2006 - Many fans are placing bets for Super Bowl XL, and it's possible some bets are illegal. Most everybody has seen the games where you buy squares in hopes of nailing the final Super Bowl score. It’s a fun....

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New Proposal To Solve Overcrowding

Updated: 02/03/2006 - Overcrowding is a big problem in the Ardmore City School system, but they are one step closer to solving the problem. It has been a problem among the four elementary schools and Friday....

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Highway Expansion In Grayson County

Updated: 02/03/2006 - A big part of Grayson County’s future is highway expansion, but new plans are in the works to make sure more area roads are up to par. With parts of Highway 75 and Highway 289 expanding, as well as....

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Underground Fire Doused in Ardmore

Updated: 02/03/2006 - An underground fire burned in Ardmore for more than 5 months until firefighters used a backhoe to help extinguish it Friday. Last September, a small grass burned an area near an old dumpsite...

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Lives Lost In Ferry Sinking

Updated: 02/03/2006 - Egyptian officials say crews have pulled over 180 bodies from the Red Sea, with more than 1,000 still thought to be missing after a ferry sunk early Friday morning. The ferry was coming from Saudi Arabia. Coast Guard rescue....

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Crime Lab Unveiled in Ardmore

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Ardmore police officially unveiled their state-of-the-art crime lab on Thursday, after receiving their accreditation letter. The lab comes after $100,000 helped make it a reality. The lab is the only one of...

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Ghost Hunters Make Discovery

Updated: 02/02/2006 - A team of ghost hunters from Oklahoma City claim they've found signs of the paranormal inside an old school house near Davis. The group has put video of ghostly occurences on their website.

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Love County Woman Beats Scammers

Updated: 02/02/2006 - A report on First News from over a year ago saved a viewer from being subjected to a phone scam. Christine Nabors saw the First News report warning viewers about a phone scam that was....

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Kama Sutra Virus Arrives - Little Damage

Updated: 02/03/2006 - The Kama Sutra computer virus has keep a low profile today, despite concerns that the computer industry could face serious harm. Across Asia and Europe, the day passed without major problems.

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New Addition Will Pay Off

Updated: 02/02/2006 - A new addition to the Grayson County Justice Center could mean hundreds of thousands of lost dollars saved and a break for taxpayers. When the Texas Comptrollers Office decided all county courts should have an officer dedicated.....

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Pontotoc County Jail Over Capacity

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Population at the Pontotoc County jail is at an all time high. Judges are trying to get folks out as fast as possible to help make the jail less crowded. The past week they have been reducing and settling....

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UIL Realigns Districts and Classes

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Changes are coming when the 2006 football season starts for area Texas high schools. Districts and classes have been rearranged by the University Interscholastic League. State runner up Gainesville....

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Andrea Yates Heads To Mental Facility

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Andrea Yates, a Texas women accused of drowning her five small children in a bathtub at their home back in 2001 was sent to a mental facility in East Texas Thursday. Yates was....

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Prairie Dog Replaces Groundhog

Updated: 02/02/2006 - Gainesville's Frank Buck Zoo gave Punxsutawney Phil a run for his money this Groundhog Day - debuting a forecasting prarie dog. Forecaster Red River Rye will roll out of bed at 10:30am Thursday.

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Familiar Faces: Gainesville Drug Bust

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Baseball size pieces of crack/cocaine made in a local motel room. It's the biggest bust of its kind in Gainesville, and the two men arrested are no strangers to police.....

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Johnston County Home Destroyed

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A home in Tishomingo was destroyed early Wednesday morning when a fire ripped through the structure leaving nine homeless. An aunt woke up around 5:00 a.m. and saw the front porch engulfed in....

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Ardmore Recruit Chooses OU

Updated: 02/01/2006 - The area's top high school football recruit has committed to OU. Jermaine Gresham, a tight end from Ardmore, is considered one of the top 40 recruits in the nation by rivals.com. He kept his choice a secret until..

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Coretta Scott King Remembered

Updated: 01/31/2006 - Local members of the civil rights movement remembered the impact of the late widow of Martin Luther King. Coretta Scott King died overnight at age 78. Her sister says she passed away at a holistic health center.

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Sago Mine Tragedy Inspires Artists

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A song inspired by the roller coaster of emotions experienced during the Sago mine tragedy has inspired some local musicians. The song "They Were Not Alone" was born, and proceeds are going to ...

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Dying Wish Letter Is a Fraud

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A letter designed to touch the hearts of local businesses has turned out to be a fraud. The forwarded letter asks for business cards as a boy's dying wish, but the story has been circulated for a decade.

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County Commish Under Investigation

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A Bryan County commissioner is under investigation by a neighboring district, after allegations of misuse of county property. John Spence was elected to District 3 last year after the death of a former ...

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Former Brothel Gets Facelift

Updated: 01/31/2006 - The former Knox Hotel, a notorious brothel in downtown Ardmore, is getting a major makeover. For nearly two decades, the building has set empty, but new owners hope to make it a destination hotel.

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More Wildfire Assistance Announced

Updated: 01/29/2006 - More Oklahoma counties have been added to a federal disaster declaration for wildfires. This will allow individuals to apply for federal aid that includes grants to help pay for temporary housing and repairs.

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Teen Work Hours under Fire

Updated: 01/29/2006 - Some lawmakers are hoping to increase the state's high school graduation rate by introducing legislation that would limit the amount of hours a teenager can work.

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Home Break-In Leads to Manhunt

Updated: 01/29/2006 - Officers from several departments joined Bryan County deputies and Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers in a manhunt that began after a homeowner called police to report a break-in.

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