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Hunting Accident Leads to Arrest

Posted: 11/25/2004 - 11-25-04 - One night after a man was shot to death in Pushmataha County during a hunting trip, another man is facing some serious charges. 51-year-old Tryon Lee Thain of McCurtain County was...

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Former Officer to Serve Prison Time

Updated: 11/24/2004 - 11-24-04 – A former Colbert police officer, convicted of using excessive force during an arrest, was sentenced in Federal Court Wednesday morning. Richard Wyrick will serve 57 months in federal prison.

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Emergency Services on the Line

Updated: 11/24/2004 - 11-24-04 – The Colbert City Council and the Bryan County EMS met for more than two hours Tuesday night to decide the fate of Colbert’s ambulance service. For now, both groups say Colbert's service should...

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Bottoms Up in Bryan County

Updated: 11/23/2004 - 11-23-04 - Bryan County restaurants are now serving liquor by the drink, and customers were already lined up as of Tuesday. Voters cleared the way for it earlier this month when they became the...

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Dan Rather to Step Down

Updated: 11/23/2004 - 11-23-04 - Dan Rather has announced he will step down as "CBS Evening News" anchor next March. Rather will end his stay in the anchor seat on the 24th anniversary of the day he took over the job from Walter Cronkite. He's come under fire...

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Dangerous Toys; A Warning for Parents

Updated: 11/23/2004 - 11-23-04 – Hospitals report more emergency room visits among children during the holidays. The Federal Government warns parents to use caution when shopping...

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Plano Mom Faces Capital Murder Charge

Updated: 12/03/2004 - 12-3-04 - A North Texas grand jury returned a capital-murder indictment against a Plano woman who admits killing her baby by severing the girl's arms. Dena Schlosser remains jailed after the indictment...

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Earthquake Rattles Southern Oklahoma

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-22-04 - The 2nd largest earthquake in Oklahoma this year rattled south-central parts of the state Monday evening. The epicenter was just northwest of Lindsay, but was felt in Payne and Purcell.

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Where Are They Now? - Nanci Wilson

Updated: 11/25/2004 - 11-24-04 - Have you ever wondered where your favorite faces from Channel 12 are now? This week on First News at Six, we caught up with 3 former KXII anchors in our special series - Where are they now?

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Child Dies in Accident

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-21-04- An 11 year old Texas girl was killed Sunday afternoon in a tragic accident in McCurtain County while her father and 8 year old brother are still fighting for their lives. The accident happened Sunday afternoon on a county road...

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Great-Grandmother Heads to Iraq

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-21-04- A 72 year old great-grandmother from Lawton is preparing for deployment to the war zone in Iraq. Lena Haddix will be a civilian employee of the Department of Defense and is volunteering for the duty. She says she wanted to do something for her country.

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Prison Escapee Captured in City Vehicle

Updated: 11/26/2004 - 11-22-04 - An escapee from the Mack Alford Correctional Facility in Stringtown is back in custody after more than 24 hours on the run. 31year old James Stewart was captured in Seymour, Texas...

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Teen Linked to Pipe Bomb, Free on Bond

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-22-04 - A teenager with a stockpile of explosives in his bedroom is free on 40,000 dollars' bail. Daniel Lucas Beech was freed from Collin County jail in McKinney Saturday after he was charged with arson...

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Denison Man Defends Home with Gun

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Police in Denison are investigating a shooting at the Perrin Estates. A 20 year old Pottsboro man was shot at a house on Twining Drive around 10 p.m. Thursday night...

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Citizens Clean-Up Neigborhood

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Residents in a southwest Ardmore neighborhood are taking charge of their streets and fixing dilapidated houses. Neighbors of one rent house say its been an eye-sore for years; attracting crime....

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Community on High Alert

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Folks in Clayton, Oklahoma are taking extra precautions after fears that an accused sexual predator could be targeting a young girl. The suspect was released from jail earlier this month on bond...

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Ada Football Player Dies in Wreck

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says speed apparently caused a one-car crash this morning that killed an Ada teenager and member of the football team. Cody Bolin died after crashing on a county road.

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Layoffs Announced at TI

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Dozens of employees at Texas Instruments in Sherman received pink slips this week. Tuesday, the company told 60 employees they will have to find another job because part of a semi-conductor line is downsizing.

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92 Teens Caught with Alcohol

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Ninety two teenagers were caught with alcohol over the weekend in Cooke County. Deputies spotted a car-full of teens leaving the party off county road 387 in Era...

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Serving as Mom & Soldier

Posted: 11/18/2004 - 11-17-04 - A soldier has returned from Iraq to her hometown of Bonham – 10 months after she left her newborn daughter behind. Army Specialist Juana Ventura is the new breed of female soldier...

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Hostage Rescued on I-35

Updated: 11/17/2004 - 11-17-04 - A Lone Grove man being held hostage at gunpoint used his wits to engineer his own rescue Wednesday afternoon. Brian Gage says a man jumped in his Ford pick-up at the 1st mile marker of I-35.

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Clean Up Continues After Fuel Leak

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Crews were still working Thursday morning to clean up a fuel leak in Sherman. Wednesday morning, more than 275 gallons of gasoline began to leak from a Texaco gas pump in the 2000 block of Texoma Parkway.

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I-35 Reopened After 25 Vehicle Pileup

Updated: 11/17/2004 - 11-17-04 - Interstate 35 is back open today after a 25-vehicle pileup closed the highway at the Red River Bridge. Three people were taken to nearby hospitals with minor injuries.

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GAPS Tax Questioned in Ardmore

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The Ardmore GAPS tax is again in question - this time from other school districts. The half-cent sales tax was passed in November of 2003, with half the proceeds going to the city and...

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Cockfighting Ban Hits Home

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The fight over cockfighting in Oklahoma ended this week, but has left local game fowl breeders with few choices on what to do next. The state supreme court rejected the final appeal from the 2002 ban on cockfighting.

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