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Football Player Hospitalized for Heat Exhaustion

Updated: 08/11/2004 - 8-11-04 – A local football player had to be taken to the hospital after suffering from heat exhaustion. The junior varsity football player at Bells High School got sick during practice Tuesday. Coaches gave the student extra fluids before taking him to the hospital.

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Is Terror a Concern in Texas?

Updated: 08/11/2004 - 8-11-04 - Texas officials are pondering the security implications of videos shot by a Pakistani man charged with federal immigration violations. Videos show the Texas Capitol, the Texas governor's mansion...

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Local Guard Soldiers Activated for Iraqi Freedom

Posted: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 - The Texas National Guard is calling 3,000 soldiers to active duty, including 70 members of the 1-112 Armor Unit, based in Denison. This weekend the soldiers will leave for training at Fort Hood...

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Controversy Over MIA Burial in Sherman

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 - Less than a week after a Vietnam-era airman was finally laid to rest in Sherman, his widow is threatening to have his body exhumed. It's a final battle for Luther Rose that could further split his family.

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Florestone Breaks Ground in Denison

Posted: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 - Florestone, Denison’s newest factory since 1987, broke ground in the Foundation Business Park today. The California based company chose Denison last month after naming them a finalist last...

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Former Sherman Mayor Remembered

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 - A former Sherman mayor who lost his battle with cancer last week was laid to rest in Sherman Tuesday. Tom Osburn served as mayor from 1999 to 2003.

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Police Arrest 2 in Chase

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 – Police arrested one man and a teenager stealing cars from a Sherman dealership after a brief chase on Monday night. Police attempted to stop the suspects, who were in a stolen SUV, near the Grayson Motors dealership on Texoma Parkway just before midnight.

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Bush Names Goss to Head CIA

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 - President Bush has nominated Florida Congressman Porter Goss to head the CIA. Bush made the announcement Tuesday morning at the White House, saying Goss "knows the CIA inside and out."

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Two Die in Semi-Accident

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-10-04 – Two people have died after a semi-accident on highway 69 nearly two miles south of Colbert, in Bryan County. It happened just before 11:30 Monday night. The accident shut down the highway for more than six hours overnight.

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Safety in Question Along Stretch of 70

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 8-9-04 - Traffic problems outside Durant’s newest industry have attracted the attention of the state. At issue is the center turn lane on highway 70, just outside Cardinal Glass.

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New Details in 1946 Mystery Death

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 8-9-04 - A nearly six-decade old suicide is looking more and more like a murder mystery. In 1946, 25 year old Harold Vest was found hanging in his cabinet shop in Gainesville.

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Texas Schools Go To Court

Updated: 08/09/2004 - 08-9-04 - A Travis County judge began listening to arguments Monday in a lawsuit challenging the way the state of Texas finances public education. Hundreds of Texas school districts, both rich and poor, have joined the lawsuit against the state.

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Oklahoma General "On the Fence"

Decision 2004

Updated: 08/09/2004 - 08-9-04 - Retired General Tommy Franks says presidential candidate John Kerry is "absolutely" qualified to be commander in chief. Franks, whose hometown is Midland, says he hasn't decided whether to endorse President Bush, but he's leaning that way.

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Skydiver Passes Out During Dive

Updated: 08/09/2004 - 8-8-04- A routine skydive almost turned deadly for a local skydiver who passed out hundreds of feet in the air Sunday morning. It happened at Skydive Dallas near Whitewright, when the man blacked out in the middle of his dive.

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Pensions Could Cause Law Officer Shortage

Updated: 08/08/2004 - 8-8-04- The comptroller for the Department of Public Safety says a deferred retirement program could create a manpower shortage for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

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Woman Stabbed Nine Times, Suspects Sought

Posted: 08/07/2004 - 8-7-04- Watchful neighbors probably saved the life of a woman stabbed nine times and nearly run over by her attackers. Witnesses in a Grayson County neighborhood say a man pulled the woman out of the car, stabbed her, then tried to run her over with his vehicle.

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Bombing Conspirator Sentenced

Updated: 08/10/2004 - 08-09-04 - Terry Nichols has been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.

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Tainted Chili Lawsuit Settled

Updated: 08/07/2004 - 8-7-04- They got sick. Then they got paid. Six Sanger residents who were hospitalized for botulism after eating tainted chili three years ago will receive nearly three million dollars in a negotiated settlement with Town Talk Foods.

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North Texas Child Burned; Babysitter Charged

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 8-6-04 - A Denton woman was charged Friday with endangering a child after an infant she was watching crawled onto hot pavement. The year-old girl suffered first-degree burns on concrete that measured 127 degrees.

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Local Airman Buried After 38 Years MIA

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 8-6-04 - A Grayson County man was laid to rest Friday, 38 years after his plane was shot down in the jungles of Laos, during the Vietnam War. Chief Master Sergeant Luther L. Rose was identified using DNA...

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Men Released Amid Charges of Terrorist Ties in Dallas

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 8-6-04 - Three men indicted in Dallas on charges of using a Muslim charity to finance terrorists were released today as they face trial in October. Prosecutors say the men funneled money to Hamas.

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Disappointment in Job Market

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 08-6-04 - The economy added a paltry 32,000 jobs in July, well below the 200,000 plus that most economists had been expecting. The Labor Department released the July jobs report Friday morning.

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Gov. Henry Calls for Change

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 08-06-04 - Governor Brad Henry is urging lawmakers to consider appointing officials to some statewide offices instead of electing them. His comments come in the wake...

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Tax Free Weekend Kicks Off in Texas

Updated: 08/06/2004 - 8-5-04 - Texas' annual sales tax holiday began Friday and runs through Sunday. It has become the state's biggest shopping weekend next to the weekend after Thanksgiving.

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Power Outage Costs Cardinal Glass $50k

Updated: 08/05/2004 - 8-5-04 - The largest single investment in Durant's history was out of operation for the second time this week. Cardinal Glass experienced a power outage early Thursday morning that triggered a four-hour...

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