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Tobacco Ban Hitting OK Prisons

Updated: 12/31/2004 - 12-31-04 - Oklahoma's prisoners and guards will soon have to do without their nicotine habits. Today is the last day prison inmates can buy cigarettes before tobacco is banned in all state prisons.

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Henry, Arnold Wager Over OU/USC

Updated: 12/30/2004 - 12-30-04 - Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry is squaring off against a Hollywood action star as part of this year's Orange Bowl wager. Governor Arnold Swarzenegger is backing USC, Henry - OU.

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Motorcycle Accident Near Caddo

Updated: 12/30/2004 - 12-30-04 - A Durant man is in serious condition after wrecking a motorcycle in rural Bryan County on Thursday. Troopers say the 29-year-old was heading north on highway 22 east of Caddo when he...

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Hero Dog Defends Home

Updated: 12/30/2004 - 12-30-04 – A dog literally took a bite out of crime Tuesday night in Ardmore; attacking two would-be burglars. Jennifer Garrison and her dog rascal were sitting in her living room when they heard someone try to come through the window...

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Colbert Residents Suffer Water Problems

Updated: 12/29/2004 - 12-29-04 – Over 100 homeowners in Colbert are frustrated with their water service. They say day-by-day, they never know if their water will be on or off. City officials say the problem is due to a pine tree that’s roots grew into and broke a water pipe.

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Two Killed in Fiery Blast

Updated: 12/30/2004 - 12-30-04 - Officials have identified the two men killed in a blast at a scrap metal plant in Muskogee, but officials are still trying to determine what caused the explosion that could be hear as far as 50 miles away...

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Locals Help Tsunami Victims as Death Toll Climbs to 76,700

Updated: 12/29/2004 - 12-29-04 The death toll from this weeks Tsunami is now estimated to be at least 76,700 people and that number expected to rise even more over the coming days. Now internation health officials say the worst is yet to come.

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Family Survives After Building Crumbles

Updated: 12/28/2004 - 12-28-04 – With people inside, a 115-year-old building in Ladonia crumbled to the ground early this morning. The three people inside made it out of the building alive, but lost all of their possessions.

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Bowl Coverage Kicks Off

Updated: 12/28/2004 - 12-28-04 We're gearing up to go bowling. First Sports is on the road with bowl games this week and Next. Starting Tuesday December 28th, Matt Brown and John Engleman begin our coverage of the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio.

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Tsunami Death Toll Rockets to 117,000

Updated: 12/30/2004 - 12-30-04 - The death toll from last weekend's earthquake-tsunami catastrophe rose to more than 117,000 Thursday as Indonesia uncovered more and more dead from ravaged Sumatra island...

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Train Wreck Kills Collinsville Man

Updated: 12/28/2004 - 12-28-04 – An 81 year old man is dead following a train crash in Collinsville Monday. Amos Penn was killed at the intersection of Highway 377 and Lynch Crossing. Investigators say he may have attempted...

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Six Fire Departments Battle Massive Blaze

Updated: 12/28/2004 - 12-28-04 – The second fire in a Grayson County neighborhood in less than a week kept firefighters busy Monday night. One firefighter sustained minor injuries. He was treated for a twisted an ankle...

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Vandals Strike Ardmore Decorations

Updated: 12/27/2004 - 12-27-04 – Vandals destroyed Christmas decorations at several Ardmore homes. Several blow-up decorations were slashed by a knife and a nativity scene was also trashed. The victims are offering a $100 dollar reward for any information that leads to an arrest.

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Moving Day For Lake Bonham Residents

Updated: 12/27/2004 - 12-27-04 – Residents at the Hidden Cove RV Campsite will be evicted this weekend. In November, the Bonham City Commission terminated the leases of about 25 residents since the campsite was contaminating the water of Lake Bonham.

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Death Toll Rising in Southeast Asia

Updated: 12/27/2004 - 12-26-04- Southeast Asia's white, sandy beaches are now the scene of what some residents are calling a "nightmare." Authorities now say more than 21,000 people have been killed after the most powerful earthquake reported in 40 years triggered huge tidal waves.

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Soldier's Parents Christmas Wish

Updated: 12/25/2004 - 12-25-04- A Denison family's holiday spirits were lifted when they heard their son is part of a group of soldiers keeping their comrades' minds off the battlefield, by spreading the Christmas spirit.

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Chimney Fire In Pottsboro Home

Updated: 12/25/2004 - 12-25-04- A not so Merry Christmas for a Pottsboro family Saturday morning, after a chimney fire destroys their home near Tanglewood. The family was able to get out of the home, but was not able to salvage anything inside.

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Grandmother, Grandson Killed in Wreck

Updated: 12/25/2004 - 12-25-04- A Lamar County grandmother and her three year old grandson have died after a serious accident in Paris last week. Marie McDonald of Powderly and her grandson Kenyon were killed in the accident on F.M. 195.

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Fire Destroys Ravenna Home

Updated: 12/24/2004 - 12-24-04 – Fire from a fireplace crept up the mantle to destroy a home in Fannin County. It happened at 2:30 at a home off highway 78 in Ravenna. Two people were inside the home at the time of the fire.

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Rumsfeld Makes Surprise Visit to Troops

Updated: 12/24/2004 - 12-24-04 - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is telling troops in Iraq he knows they are "making a difference." The Pentagon chief is on a surprise visit to the country, making stops in Mosul, Tikrit and Fallujah...

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Home Destroyed Christmas Eve Morning

Updated: 12/24/2004 - 12-24-04 – Sherman firefighters spent Christmas Eve morning battling a fire in the southeast part of town. No injuries are reported, but a home is completely destroyed...

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Truckloads of Toys for Tots

Toys For Tots

Updated: 12/24/2004 - 12-23-04 - Christmas is just a little more than a day away and thanks to your generosity, every needy child with a wish list will have a toy to open on Christmas morning. The Toys for Tots campaign wrapped up with more than 25,000 donated toys.

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Rush Is On To Mail Gifts

Updated: 12/23/2004 - 12-23-04 – Today was deadline day for those sending holiday gifts via mail. Those wanting to make sure their gift made it to its destination by Christmas Day need to have it in the mail by pick-up time today.

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Snow Doesn’t Stop Shoppers

Updated: 12/23/2004 - 12-23-04 – Snow, sleet and freezing temperatures are not stopping last minute shoppers. Parking lots of retail centers are packed Wednesday and Thursday. There are just two shopping days left before Christmas...

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No End to Icy Conditions

Updated: 12/23/2004 - 12-23-04 - Day two of a blistering winter storm means treacherous roads for Texoma motorists. A mix of winter weather that fell much of Wednesday has caused a mess on North Texas and Southern Oklahoma streets...

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