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Bennington Man Dies After Hitting Fence

Updated: 08/05/2005 - 8-5-05 – A man impaled by a metal pipe fence died late Thursday night in Bryan County after losing control of his pickup truck. Jeremy Malone, 22, was driving around a curve on Sulphur Springs Road.

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Investigators Believe Healdton Fire Could be Arson

Updated: 08/05/2005 - 8-5-05 - Investigators believe the fire in Healdton on Sunday may have been intentionally set. The fire destroyed two buildings and damaged two others actually started in a shed, but investigators say...

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Gainesville Police Slow Down High-Speed Suspect

Updated: 08/05/2005 - 8-5-05 - Gainesville Police assisted in slowing down a high-speed suspect. A man driving a Cadillac Escalade SUV nearly rammed into a Dallas county sheriff's transport vehicle early Friday morning. The chase originated...

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Texas Tax Holiday Lures Shoppers

Updated: 08/05/2005 - 8-5-05 – On your mark, get set, shop! Today is the start of the tax-free shopping weekend across Texas. Retailers expect to draw crowds from south—and north—of the Red River.

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Tax Free Time In Texas

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 – The Texas Tax Free Weekend is here and as always, it brings a large contingent of sooners over the Red River to take advantage. Several Oklahoma stores and cities are holding their own special weekend to keep shoppers in the state.

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Jury Reaches Verdict - Reich Guilty

Updated: 08/06/2005 - 8-5-05 - After deliberating for less than 3 hours, a Pontotoc County jury reached a verdict in the murder trial of Ammon Reich. They found the Ada man guilty of 2nd degree murder and recommended a life sentence.

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Anonymous E-mail Could Solve Murder

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - Cooke County authorities are asking the author of an anonymous e-mail to come forward and help then solve a murder mystery from 15 years ago. It concerns the disappearance and murder of Randal Pardue.

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Rehnquist Hospitalized Again

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - Chief Justice William Rehnquist was hospitalized briefly with a fever Thursday. It was the second emergency treatment for the 80-year-old ailing justice in two months.

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Man Matches Bank Heist Suspect

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - A routine traffic stop by Ardmore police may help solve two bank robberies in southern Oklahoma in the past week. Police stopped a 21-year-old man overnight who was on parole for bank robbery and also was carrying $2,300 in cash.

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FBI and Mexican Authorities Meet in Nuevo Laredo

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - The FBI today met with Mexican authorities across the border from the violence-ravaged Mexican city of Nuevo Laredo. But officials from both countries later declined comment on details of ...

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OU Student Pleads No Contest; Gets Three Years Probation

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - There will be no jail time for the first University of Oklahoma student who was charged after the alcohol-related death of another student last fall. Cody Barrington pleaded no contest ...

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Lubbock Boy Dead After Being Left in Car All Day

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - A one-year-old Lubbock boy is dead after he was left in his mother's car all day. The tragedy unfolded Wednesday. Lubbock police say Joseph Duemer's mother drove to a Madison's Place ...

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Tearing Down a Piece of Durant’s History

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 – Wrecking crews are tearing down one of Texoma’s oldest grain elevators, making way for a new industry in town. The demolition is symbolic of the ever-changing skyline and history of this town.

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Fatal Accident on I-35 Wednesday Night

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - An accident on I-35 in Garvin County involving at least four cars and one motorcycle left one person dead. It happened Wednesday night around 9:30 p.m. The driver of a Mazda traveling north on I-35 lost control and rolled ...

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Sherman ISD to Host Back to School Fair Saturday

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - Back to school time means a busy time for parents. That's why the Sherman Independent School District is holding their fifth annual Back to School Fair this weekend. From 1 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. on ...

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Honda Recalls Thousands of Odyssey Minivans

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - Honda is recalling thousands of its 2005 Odyssey minivans because of a faulty sensor. The problem with the potentially faulty sensors for the front air bags could make a warning lamp on the instrument panel ...

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Adidas Acquires Reebok to Compete with Nike

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - By combining Adidas' popularity in Europe among soccer and athletics fans with Reebok's appeal to U.S. fans of basketball and football, the architects of the $3.8 billion sportswear and athletic gear deal hope to create ...

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Local Scouts Back From Jamboree

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 – Troop 1709 of Grayson County returned from the Boy Scout Jamboree on Wednesday night - an event marred by the deaths of 4 scout leaders. The group of 40 scouts and leaders spent two weeks...

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Durant Family Mourns Loss of Marine

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 8-4-05 - Military officials confirmed Tuesday a 26-year-old Marine reservist with Oklahoma ties was among six enlisted men killed Monday in a firefight with insurgents west of Baghdad.

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OHP Faces Manpower Shortage

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - There’s a shortage of manpower in the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. While the state is losing troopers to retirement and other reasons, the need for even more manpower is on the rise.

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Paralyzed Victim Testifies in Reich Trial

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - A former East Central University football player testified from a wheelchair Wednesday in Ada in the murder trial of Ammon Reich. He's accused of causing the accident that also killed another player.

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Ardmore Police May Have Stopped Burglary

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - Ardmore Police may have stopped a convenience store burglary before it happened early Wednesday morning. When Ardmore police found the suspects, they say their car was loaded up with ...

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UIL Puts Pilot Point on Probation for One Year

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - The governing body for Texas high school sports today put Pilot Point High School's boys athletic program on probation for one year. The University Interscholastic League also issued ...

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Brain-dead Virginia Woman Dies After Giving Birth

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - A brain dead woman who was kept alive for three months so she could deliver the child she was carrying was removed from life support Wednesday and died, her family said.

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