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Fight Over Man's Burial Site

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 - Deputies prevented the burial of a Bryan County man on Saturday, as two sides of his family fight for the right to choose his final resting place. 86-year-old Carl "Sonny" White passed away October 23rd after a long battle with cancer.

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67 Year Old Woman Dies in Fire

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-01-04 – An elderly, wheelchair-bound woman died when her apartment caught fire in Paris. Firefighters got the call at 10:15 p.m. Sunday. When they got to the scene, the 67-year-old resident was dead inside her apartment.

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Down to the Wire: President to Visit North Texas

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 - President Bush will wrap up a six-day campaign blitz today with a late-night homecoming rally in Dallas. Meanwhile, John Kerry is about to embark on an aerial assault...

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New Oklahoma Laws

Updated: 10/31/2004 - 10-31-04- A total of 144 new laws take effect in Oklahoma Monday. Among them are laws to reform medical liability lawsuits and a measure to increase teacher pay to the regional average during the next four years.

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Fire Tears Through Durant Business

Updated: 10/31/2004 - 10-31-04- Investigators are looking into what started a fire at a downtown Durant business Saturday evening. Firefighters responded to Marci's Western Wear on Main Street just after 7 p.m and found the store in flames.

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Halloween Ride on Heartland Flyer

Updated: 10/30/2004 - 10-30-04- Just in time for Halloween, the Heartland Flyer turned into a spooky train Saturday morning in Ardmore. Passengers boarded the plane in full costume at the Ardmore Depot.

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Liquor By the Drink Vote

Updated: 10/30/2004 - 10-30-04- Bryan County voters will decide whether liquor can be sold by restaurants or clubs when they go to the polls on Tuesday. This comes twenty years after Oklahomans gave counties the option to sell liquor by the drink.

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Investigation into Worker Deaths

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 – Employees at the Cooper B-Line plant in Sherman are back at work after two workers died Friday. Sherman police and federal authorities are investigating how two workers at the facility were killed.

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Industry Eyes Sherman for New Plant

Updated: 10/29/2004 - 10-29-04 - Sherman is on the short list for a major industrial employer. It's called Project Dakota, and it could bring more than 1,000 jobs to Texoma and millions of dollars in capital investment.

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Ex-Officer Arrested In Drug Investigation

Updated: 10/29/2004 - 10-29-04 - A former Honey Grove and Denison police officer has been arrested in connection to a drug bust. David Wayne Stanley, 36, of Bonham was arrested after an investigation by the Denison Police Department's narcotics team.

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Bank Robber Caught on Tape

Updated: 10/29/2004 - 10-29-04 - The Hybernia Bank in Paris was robbed at 10:47 AM on Friday. The suspect left with an undisclosed amount of cash after claiming to be armed with a weapon he never displayed.

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Where to Go: Local Halloween Plans

Updated: 10/29/2004 - 10-29-04 – With Halloween falling on a Sunday, several communities in Texoma are changing what day they prefer trick-or-treaters hitting the streets.

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Heavy Drinking: 2nd OU Frat Suspended

Updated: 10/29/2004 - 10-29-04 -A second University of Oklahoma fraternity is suspended after a pledge was taken to the hospital with alcohol poisoning. The 18-year-old Delta Upsilon fraternity member was treated at the emergency room...

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Allegation Against House Candidate

Updated: 10/28/2004 - 10-28-04 - The opponent of Democrat Terry Hyman in the race for Oklahoma House District 49 has complained to the district attorney, and now the state could step in to investigate.

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Woman Avoids Prison in Embezzlement Case

Updated: 10/28/2004 - 10-28-04 - A Denison woman convicted of embezzling over $135,000 from a medical office will not serve prison time. Lena Weger will have to repay all the money she stole.

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Checks Clear Faster Under New Law

Updated: 10/28/2004 - 10-28-04 - Don't write a check you can't cover now. A new check processing system goes into effect Thursday that speeds the time it takes for a check to clear. Consumer advocates say watch your accounts...

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Halloween Safety: Can You Pass the Test?

Updated: 10/28/2004 - 10-28-04 – Kids are sure to bring home buckets full of goodies this weekend, but do parents really know which treats are safe? KXII teamed up with the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office to test parents.

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Caught on Tape - Pharmacy Burglary

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-27-04 - Durant Crime Stoppers needs your help to solve a pharmacy burglary that was caught on tape earlier this month. The thieves stole dozens of bottles of prescription medications.

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Chase Ends - Suspects Caught

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-27-04 - Two Sherman men are accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase through Grayson County that didn’t end until both men ditched their vehicle and ended up in a creek.

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Caught on Tape: Robber Pulls a Gun on Clerk

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-27-04 – A robbery in Gunter, Texas this weekend was caught on tape. Now authorities are asking for the public’s help in catching an armed robber.

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Stabbing Outside Local Hospital

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-27-04 – Police in Denison are investigating whether an early morning stabbing outside Texoma Medical Center is connected to a similar stabbing that happened there 6 weeks ago.

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Mystery Solved in Deadly Crash

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-27-04 - One day after First News aired a 911 tape, Oklahoma troopers say they've cleared up the mystery behind a double-fatal accident in Achille on Sunday morning.

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Vandals Strike Whitesboro School

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-26-04 - Vandals caused thousands of dollars in damage to Whitesboro’s intermediate school this weekend.

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Halloween Trick? School Pumpkins Destroyed

Updated: 10/26/2004 - 10-26-04 – A local school made a disappointing discovery Monday morning. Nearly 150 pumpkins at the Oak Hall Episcopal School in Ardmore were either kicked in or carved up over the weekend.

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Teachers Sue over Class Size

Updated: 10/27/2004 - 10-26-04 - Some teachers groups have brought a lawsuit to prevent bigger class sizes in Texas.

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