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Oil Prices Fall as Market Focus Shifts

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - The supply fears that dominated energy-market psychology in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina receded somewhat on Wednesday as attention turned to expectations of softening demand.

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U.S. to Give $2,000 Debit Cards to Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - The federal government plans to begin doling out debit cards worth $2,000 each to adult victims of Hurricane Katrina, The Associated Press has learned. Homeland Security Department...

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Perry Signs Sweeping Telecommunications Reform Bill

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - Phone companies can offer enhanced TV services throughout Texas under legislation signed Wednesday by Gov. Rick Perry. Perry said the measure will spark new technology ...

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Ardmore Police Officers Headed to Louisiana

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - Ardmore Police say they're not short on manpower even though they've temporarily lost six officers to Louisiana relief efforts. The Ardmore Police Department was contacted by an outside security...

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Crude Oil Cools as Gulf Coast Recovery Progresses

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - Crude oil prices cooled further Wednesday as the production recovery proceeded in the hurricane-battered U.S. Gulf Coast, but unleaded gasoline prices rose and traders were keeping a close eye ...

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School Enrollment Process Beginning For Evacuees

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - While Tuesday marked the first day of school for many hurricane victims able to find housing with friends, family or strangers, the enrollment process was just beginning for the masses of ...

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Some Hurricane Evacuees Relocating on Their Own

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - Dozens of hurricane evacuees slumped at a Dallas Greyhound station, clutching bus tickets they purchased to move on and begin rebuilding their broken lives. While some refugees are ...

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Mexican Media Buzz Over Relief Convoy

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - Radio talk shows and newspapers here buzzed with excitement over news that Mexico, long on the receiving end of U.S. disaster relief, was sending a hurricane aid convoy to help its larger...

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Texans to Seek Hurricane Compensation

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 - The next Hurricane Katrina disaster relief bill Congress considers should include reimbursement to Texas for providing help to hundreds of thousands of storm victims, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said...

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Making a Home for Evacuees

Updated: 09/07/2005 - 9-7-05 – A Texoma family unable to give money to Katrina relief efforts went down to Dallas to volunteer last week, and came back home with nine people. Mike and Dedrea Higginbotham of Luella...

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Teachers Needed to Help Students and Schools

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - The Texas Education Agency opened a hotline to take calls from teachers who would like to help, and here in Texoma, Davis schools need your help to assist with those displaced by Katrina.

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Judges Push Perry to Sign Pay Raise Bill

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - Gov. Rick Perry had asked legislators to approve a salary increase for judges during the 2005 regular session and added the issue to the agenda during the two failed special sessions on ...

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Airlift From Texas On Hold as Tide of Refugees Slows

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - While the airlift of Hurricane Katrina refugees out of Texas appeared to be on hold, some evacuees were about to be moved to cruise ships in Galveston. Planes carrying evacuees ...

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Houston Channel Dredging Expedited

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - Anticipating that ship traffic will be diverted from the damaged ports of New Orleans and Gulfport, Miss., a dredging project in the Houston Ship Channel has been expedited. The project, which will allow ...

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Hundreds Find Refuge in El Paso

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - As the floodwaters rose around her 9th Ward home in New Orleans, Doris Causey tried her best to reassure her family. Causey, 59, and her daughter, Karen Cheneau, 40, were among more than ...

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Army Reservist Accused of Hitting Detainee

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - An Army reservist accused of hitting a detainee who later died in Afghanistan claims his is a case of mistaken identity. Sgt. Christopher W. Greatorex is scheduled to stand trial Tuesday on...

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Escaped Convict on the Loose

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - Marshall County authorities say they were one inmate short on a headcount Monday morning, but they aren't talking much about the escape. KXII started getting phone calls and emails Monday about ...

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Evacuees Arriving Late to Falls Creek

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-5-05 - Officials at the Falls Creek church camp near Davis say as many as 3,000 evacuees WON'T be arriving today. Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lieutenant Stewart Meyer says he was informed Monday ...

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KXII Traveling With National Guard

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-5-05 - 100 soldiers from the 180th National Guard out of Durant are on their way to the disaster area. KXII has a crew along with them to report on their status as they set out on their Mission of Relief. The Guard and ...

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Police presence welcome at Astrodome, other shelters

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - Linda Jeffers' only belonging besides her clothes is a small black purse which contains her entire identity now that she's lost everything to Hurricane Katrina. As Jeffers makes her way through...

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Urban League President Thanks Houston for Helping

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - The president of the National Urban League thanked Houstonians Sunday night for taking in thousands of evacuees from his hometown of New Orleans and other Gulf Coast areas devastated by...

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Perry Orders to Fly Refugees to Other States

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - With Texas shelters reaching their limit of refugees from Hurricane Katrina, Gov. Rick Perry launched plans to fly some of them to other states that have offered help. With nearly a quarter ...

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Former Presidents Bush, Clinton Announce Fund

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - Former Presidents Bush and Clinton hope to relieve the suffering of thousands of Americans by raising money to rebuild and assist with medical services in three states hit by Hurricane Katrina

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Bush Nominates John Roberts for Chief Justice

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - President Bush on Monday nominated John Roberts to succeed William H. Rehnquist as chief justice, and called on the Senate to confirm him before the Supreme Court opens its fall term on Oct. 3.

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FBI Investigating Healdton Officers

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 – Two Healdton police officers have been put on suspension without pay and are under FBI investigation after allegations of making deals with criminals.

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