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Suspicious Package Detonated

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - A suspicious package was blown up by bomb squad agents in Pottsboro today. The scare began early Wednesday afternoon outside a local grocery store. Around 11 a.m. Wednesday ...

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Dallas Airport Dispute Goes to Washington

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - After a year of lobbying, Southwest Airlines Co. will get its chance Thursday to persuade Congress to let it fly anywhere from its home base of Dallas Love Field, a move that is adamantly ...

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Car Wreck Kills Healtdon Student

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - A 16-year-old Healtdon High School student died in a wreck on her way to school Wednesday morning around 7:30 a.m. Accord to an Oklahoma DPS report, Danielle Bradshaw was heading ...

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Colbert Schools on Lockdown Due To Threat

Updated: 11/10/2005 - 11-9-05 - Colbert Schools locked all of their doors Wednesday morning after hearing word that a suspended student might try to harm a classmate. School officials wouldn't elaborate on the threat and ...

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Suicide Bombers Kill at least 57 at Jordan Hotels

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - Suicide bombers carried out nearly simultaneous attacks on three U.S.-based hotels in the Jordanian capital Wednesday night, killing at least 57 people and wounding 115 in what appeared to be ...

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Child Safe, Mother in Custody

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - A Durant woman on the run with her 7-month-old baby, was apprehended during a traffic stop in Denton County Wednesday afternoon. The mother and child are now on their way to Decatur ...

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Another Construction Site Burglary

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - Signs of growth in Ardmore are becoming advertisements for thieves as Police are working more than a dozen burglary cases at construction sites. The latest victim was a Car-Mart ...

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Judge Confirms Former Guard Be Sentenced To Die

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - A federal judge confirmed a jury's recommendation that a former state prison guard be sentenced to death for killing a Texas couple more than two years ago. U.S. District Judge Ronald A. White ...

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White Settlement Residents Vote Down Name Change

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - Residents held on to their heritage Tuesday night and voted against changing their town name to West Settlement, despite proponents' arguments that the name has racial connotations ...

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Madill Councilman Facing Recall Election

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-08-05 - A Madill city councilman under fire will now have to go through a recall election. Today in a three to two vote the Madill city council accepted a petition for that election against Councilman Lloyd Eppler.

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Old Tires Cause Neighborhood Nuisance

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Hundreds of left behind tires are causing controversy in one southern Oklahoma community. Nearby residents say they are becoming an ugly sight, but the law says there's nothing that can be done about it.

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Little League Concern

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - It's supposed to be fun. Kids out on the field playing football or baseball, but things can and have gotten out of hand. Recently, al coach was banned after a confrontation with a fan.

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Multiple Agencies Battle House Fire

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - A two-story home erupted in flames Tuesday afternoon in Grayson County. Flames ripped through the home just off FM 901 in Gordonville as several fire departments were called in to battle the blaze.

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High School Shooting Kills One Administrator

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - A student shot and killed an assistant principal and seriously wounded two other administrators Tuesday at Campbell County High School, a state education official said. Assistant Principal ...

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Texans Ban Gay Marriage - Prop 2 Passes

Updated: 11/09/2005 - 11-9-05 - Texas voters overwhelmingly said they want marriage to be between a man and a woman. Proposition 2 will amend the state constitution, effectively banning gay marriage. Grayson County voters approved ...

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Amber Alert: Durant Woman Accused of Kidnapping Son

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Decatur Police have issued an Amber Alert searching for seven-month-old John Christopher Stephenson, Jr. The child is described as as a white male, one-foot, eight inches long ...

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Samurai Sword Found in Ardmore

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Ardmore Police are investigating where an old Japanese fighting weapon came from. The samurai sword was discovered outside the Surgeon's Plaza Building off of 12th Street Northwest ...

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Police Get Confession in Stolen Bus Case

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Police say they know who stole a Colbert School Bus that ended up on the rocks near the Denison Dam last week. A 16-year-old and two adults from Calera confessed to stealing the bus from ...

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House Fire in Sherman Tuesday Morning

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Flames broke out at around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday morning in the 600 block of Patricia. Firefighters say a two-story home was heavily damaged. Neighbors saw flames and called for help.

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Statue of Marilyn Monroe Returned

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - A 120-pound, life-size statue of Marilyn Monroe that has been missing from the roof of a local restaurant since early October was discovered by police in a home Monday. Police were ...

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Perry Announces Anti-Meth Educational Campaign

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Here are the key aspects of a new statewide education campaign to fight methamphetamine use: An educational Web site with help referrals, information about the campaign, news articles ...

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Border Counties to Increase Manpower

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Counties along the border will have an additional dozen officers patrolling during every eight-hour shift as part of an initiative by Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition. Coalition members chose Monday ...

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TCU Plans Four New Residential Halls

Updated: 11/08/2005 - 11-8-05 - Get ready for a new look in the center of the Texas Christian University campus. The school has unveiled plans for a $100 million dollar construction project that includes a new student union.

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Trash Could Turn Profit for Sherman

Updated: 11/07/2005 - 11-8-05 - Sherman sanitation workers are worried that they could lose their jobs if the city privatizes trash service. Four employees spoke out against the issue of privatization while city leaders claimed that no ...

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