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Tyson Begins Taking Applications

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - Tyson Foods, Inc. has started taking applications for many of the anticipated 1,600 jobs that will be created by the opening of a new meat production plant in Sherman, Texas company officials ...

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Atoka Officer Survives High Speed Chase

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An Atoka Police Officer is lucky to be alive after a high speed chase late Monday night. It began just after midnight near Coalgate with a stolen car, and ended at Highway 3 and 69-75 right in the ...

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Two Major Fires in Gainesville

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - A busy night for firefighters in Cooke County as two major fires broke out within hours of each other, and one of them was fatal. A victim who was pulled from the house on the corner of ...

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Judge Upholds Charges Against DeLay

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Rep. Tom DeLay could face a trial early next year now that a judge has refused to throw out money-laundering allegations against the former House majority leader. Judge Pat Priest dismissed a ...

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Oklahoma Early childhood Program Praised

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Oklahoma's 4-year-olds have made dramatic gains in language and math skills because of the state's preschool program, a new study shows. Oklahoma's evaluation was part of ...

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Wind Chill Reaches Dangerous Levels

Updated: 12/08/2005 - 12-8-05 - The first arctic blast of the early winter season has sent temperatures plunging and traffic sliding as light snow and sleet cover portions of the ...

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Fire Guts Historic Home in Gainesville

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An historic Gainesville home is in ruins after being gutted by a fire while a ten member family could only watch. One of Gainesville's trademarks are their beautiful historic homes, and for two hour ...

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Death Toll Now 128 in Iranian Plane Crash

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An Iranian military transport plane crashed into a 10-story apartment building as it was trying to make an emergency landing Tuesday, ripping open the top of the building and igniting a huge fire.

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Home-Schoolers Ace Robotics Contest

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - 40 home-schooled kids from 3 local counties took top honors in a national robotics competition. The Texoma Home Educators Team competed at SMU against 60 teams from across the nation.

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U.S. Marshals Deputize Local Lawmen

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Five law enforcers in southeastern Oklahoma were given special commendation this morning as U.S. marshal deputies. The U.S. marshals are the federal agency for tracking fugitives.

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Fireworks Ban for Holiday Season

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - The skies over Grayson County will be a bit less colorful this holiday season. County leaders initiated a partial ban of fireworks Monday due to extremely dry conditions.

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Bus Thieves Strike Again

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An effort to help a friend move furniture could result in serious charges for two local men. One suspect has confessed to stealing U-Haul trucks from a Durant business, but bad luck ended the caper. Remember the thieves who ...

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Bryan County Jailers Looking for Raise

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - After a weekend garage sale to raise money, the Bryan County Jail administration says they still have a long way to go. With a salary of just $950 a month, Bryan County Confinement Officers ...

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Henry Seeks Aid For 77 Counties

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Governor Henry is asking US Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns to expand a previously issued disaster designation to include all 77 Oklahoma counties because of drought and wildfires.

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TXU Employee Sent to Hospital

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A TXU worker is in a Dallas hospital after an accident at a Sherman substation. The incident knocked out power to parts of Sherman and left one man seriously hurt. When paramedics ...

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DeLay's Money Laundering Charges Upheld

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A judge dismissed a conspiracy charge Monday against Rep. Tom DeLay but refused to throw out the far more serious allegations of money-laundering, dashing the congressman's hopes for now of ...

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Saddam: 'I Am Not Afraid of Execution'

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Saddam Hussein said Monday he was not afraid of execution and angrily dismissed charges against him at his trial in which a tearful witness recalled the torture of his relatives and seeing a ...

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New Orleans Evacuees Feeling Left Out of Rebuilding

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Civil rights groups representing Katrina refugees complained Monday that New Orleans residents and the black community are being left out of the city's rebuilding process ...

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Powers Formally Named President of UT-Austin

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - William Powers, dean of the University of Texas School of Law, was formally named the new president of the University of Texas at Austin on Monday, one month after UT's board of regents ...

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Caught on Tape - 1st Look at Bank Robber

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - The man accused of robbing a bank in Ardmore is still on the loose, and authorities are asking for your help. The man walked into the American National Bank inside Homeland on Friday ...

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Crude Oil Prices Rise on Forecast of Snowstorm

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Oil prices briefly spiked above $60 a barrel Monday amid reports that a snowstorm would hit the U.S. Northeast, the world's largest heating fuel market, and boost demand for crude oil and ...

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Rice Defends U.S. Terrorism Policy

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice turned the tables on European critics of tough U.S. tactics in the war on terror Monday, maintaining that intelligence gathered by the CIA has saved ...

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Dallas Officer Shot After Robbery Expected to Fully Recover

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A Dallas police officer working undercover is expected to fully recover after being shot while working a sting operation, police say. Mark Rickerman was investigating burglaries of motor ...

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Missing Hunter Found

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A missing hunter is safe after spending more than 12 hours overnight lost in a rural section of Fannin County. George Tenberge was with three other men in an area north of Honey Grove when he became disoriented...

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