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Marietta Man Killed in Accident

Updated: 10/23/2004 - 10-23-04- A Marietta man is dead following a two car crash on U.S. Highway 77 in Love County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Steven Bradley Randell was killed in the crash just south of Marietta shortly before 7 this morning.

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Ardmore Tax in Question

Updated: 10/22/2004 - 10-22-04 - A tax passed last November in Ardmore is now in question, as the city re-examines the legal procedure leading up to that vote. The 'Gaps' tax included money earmarked for everything from schools to renovating the public swimming pool.

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Former Colbert Officer, City Sued

Updated: 10/22/2004 - 10-22-04 - The man who was assaulted by a Colbert police officer during an arrest last year has filed a federal lawsuit against the officer, the city and its board of trustees.

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Teen Sentenced for Rape

Updated: 10/22/2004 - 10-22-04 - A teenager accused of raping an elderly woman in Sherman pleaded guilty in a Grayson County courtroom Friday. Ronnie Salinas was 17 when he broke into a 75-year-old woman’s home and sexually assaulted her...

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Flu Price Gouging

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott sued two flu shot distributors on Thursday amid claims they hiked the price of the hard-to-get vaccine. Wilson N. Jones was one of three hospitals who complained to the state after exorbitant prices.

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Largest Elephant in U.S. in Grayson County

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - The largest land mammal in the United States paid a visit to the KXII studios on Thursday. Big Queenie, an African elephant, is part of the Bailey Brothers Circus, which is appearing in Denison on Friday.

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Billboards Ask For Organ Donors

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - The family of a girl suffering from Cystic Fibrosis is hoping two billboards along I-35 could save her life. The Parker family of Marietta placed two billboards near Purcell and Norman...

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Bean Bag Gun Ends Standoff

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - Law enforcement officers used non-lethal weapons to end an armed standoff south of Whitewright on Thursday. Fannin and Grayson County authorities fired a bean bag gun and rubber bullets...

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Out of the Game, but Not Out of Player's Hearts

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - A Southern Oklahoma football coach won’t be on the sidelines at Thursday night’s big game. However, he will cheer his team on from the stands.

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Madill Business Burns

Updated: 10/20/2004 - 10-20-04 - A trailer manufacturing business in Madill is cleaning up after fire destroyed one of its buildings. The fire at CM Trailers on highway 199 started early Wednesday morning inside a building used for customizing and finishing trailers.

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2nd Semi Crashes into Blue River

Updated: 10/22/2004 - 10-20-04 - A truck driver was killed Tuesday night when his tractor-trailer ran off the Blue River Bridge on highway 69 in Bryan County. Authorities say he somehow lost control of the rig...

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Bryan County Escapee Captured

Updated: 10/22/2004 - 10-19-04 - A Bryan County inmate who escaped from the courthouse Tuesday afternoon was recaptured in Coal County just after 6:30pm. 38-year-old William Newell assaulted an FBI agent and stole his vehicle.

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New Details in Officer Shooting

Updated: 10/21/2004 - 10-21-04 - Police have released new details in an officer shooting and standoff in downtown Sherman. Sherman police say the parents of Charles Anthony Owen warned him that officers were coming to arrest him.

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Schools Prepare For Flu Bug

Updated: 10/19/2004 - 10-19-04 – With most districts unable to vaccinate their employees, school officials are making sure they are ready for flu-related absences. They fear a rash of teacher and student absenteeism could force schools to shut down.

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Early Voters Come Out in Texas

Updated: 10/19/2004 - 10-19-04 – Many voters headed to the polls on Monday as early voting began for the November Second elections. Texans can vote early in person for two weeks until October 29th. Early voting in Oklahoma begins the 29th...

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Army General Has Local Ties

Updated: 10/19/2004 - 10-18-04 - The military investigation into a reserve unit that refused orders last week in Iraq involves a soldier from Marietta. Brigadier General James Chambers oversees 15,000 soldiers.

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Poacher Crackdown in Deer Country

Updated: 10/18/2004 - 10-18-04 - Oklahoma game wardens conducted a massive crackdown on illegal hunting this past weekend. The arrested 12 people and wrote 44 citations – in most cases, the poachers were spotlighting deer.

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Too Close to Call; Candidates Hit Swing States

Updated: 10/18/2004 - 10-18-04 - Election Day is a little over two weeks away, and the race for the White House remains an extremely tight battle. Over the weekend, a series of polls either made the race a dead heat, or narrowly tilted in President Bush's favor...

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Man Thrown from Truck, Hit by Car

Updated: 10/18/2004 - 10-18-04 – A Denison man was taken to a Dallas hospital by helicopter Sunday evening after he was thrown from his truck, then hit by another car on highway 75 in Denison. Witnesses say a tire blew out...

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Shooting Investigation Underway

Updated: 10/18/2004 - 10-18-04 – A Van Alstyne man is recovering at a Dallas hospital after a shooting Sunday afternoon. The victim’s girlfriend is in the Grayson County jail; charged with aggravated assault.

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Man Threatens Police with Ax

Updated: 10/18/2004 - 10-16-04- A Durant man held police at bay for three hours Saturday night when they responded to a domestic disturbance at a home on 2nd Street. Police say the man came at an officer with an ax and caused a three hour stand-off with authorities around 5:30 p.m.

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Teen Vandals Pay for Crime

Updated: 10/16/2004 - 10-16-04- For some teenage vandals in Ardmore, the punishment fit he crime Saturday afternoon. After vandalizing several homes built by Habitat for Humanity volunteers, the teenagers picked up hammers and nails and helped volunteers rebuild.

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Unclaimed Cash Waiting in Texas

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 - The state of Texas is trying to give away more than $80 million this weekend. The Texas Comptroller’s Office is publishing a list of names in Sunday papers across the state.

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Prices For Some Flu Vaccines Raised

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 – The federal government is urging states to prosecute companies taking advantage of the flu vaccine shortage by hiking prices. Some vaccines are reportedly being sold for 10 times more than they should.

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Bond Not Lowered for Trucker

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 - A judge refused to lower bond for the truck driver charged with killing ten people in an accident in Sherman. Miroslaw Jozwiak has been in jail since September 20th.

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