Updated: 09/14/2004 - 9-14-04 - Oklahoma senators are expected to return to the Capitol today to lay the groundwork for the first trial of an impeached state official in four decades. Fisher has denied any wrongdoing and says he wil not resign.
Updated: 09/13/2004 - 9-13-04 - New parents who leave a local hospital will have a new safety device to take with their baby next month. Each child born at PRMC will receive a Cosco Touriva car seat.
Updated: 09/13/2004 - 9-13-04 – Starting October 1st, Sherman police officers will begin enforcing a city ordinance designed to stop false alarms. Authorities say they responded to more than 2,000 false alarms last year; wasting time and resources.
Updated: 09/13/2004 - 9-13-04 - Two women are in jail after a drug raid at a house in Durant on Saturday. Authorities are still looking for Jeremy Wayne Stanley, 25, who they believe left the house just before the raid began. The two women will be charged with possission of meth.
Updated: 09/13/2004 - 9-13-04 – A high-profile murder case in Bryan County goes to trial Monday. The Bryan County District Attorney is seeking the death penalty for the shooting-death of an Achille man last May. Stanley Trammel is charged with first degree murder...
Updated: 09/11/2004 - 9-10-04 - A Grayson County jury reccomended a sentence of 50 years in prison for a Denison man who claimed he killed in self-defense. Scott McMenamy shot James West last August.
Updated: 09/10/2004 - 9-10-04 – A broken water main in Sherman has been repaired, but not before it spelled the end of the school day for hundreds of local students.
Updated: 09/10/2004 - 9-10-04 - A swarm of earthquakes hit parts of central Oklahoma Thursday. At least nine minor-impact earthquakes were registered between 3:20 p.m. to ten p.m. in the Minco and Union City areas. Most of the quakes registered less than two...