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Cold Case Reopened - Murder Mystery?

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-23-04 - What was thought to be a suicide nearly six decades ago in Gainesville, may be a murder. Authorities have officially reopened the investigation into the death of Harold “Buddy” Vest, who died in 1946.

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Former NFL Player Killed in Afghanistan

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 04-23-04 - U.S. officials confirmed today that former NFL player Pat Tillman was killed in a gunfight in Afghanistan. Tillman played four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals before turning down a major contract to join the Army Rangers.

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Shake-Up: Earthquake Hits Garvin County

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-23-04 - Folks in the small Garvin County town of Lindsay experienced an earthquake Thursday. The quake hit around 11:30am and registered 2.9 on the Richter scale.

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Victim Awareness in Fannin County

Updated: 04/22/2004 - 4-22-04 - Victims of violent crimes were remembered in Bonham Thursday night. A crowd of around 50 people took part in a ceremony as part of Victims Awareness Week.

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Propane Explosion Burns Whitewright Man

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-22-04 - A man filling up a propane tank was badly burned east of Whitesboro on Thursday afternoon. Described as a freak accident, the fireball could have created an even larger disaster.

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Arson Suspected in House Fire

Updated: 04/22/2004 - 04-22-04 - Fire officials say a morning house fire was started intentionally. When fire crews arrived on the scene in Cartwright, the home was fully engulfed and was very close to burning a neighbor's home too.

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Fuel Trains Said to Crash in North Korea

Updated: 04/22/2004 - 04-22-04 (AP- SEOUL, South Korea) - Two fuel trains collided and blew up at a North Korean railroad station near the Chinese border Thursday, South Korean media reported, with one television channel saying as many as 3,000 people might have been killed or injured.

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Severe Weather in Southern Oklahoma

Updated: 04/21/2004 - 4-21-04 High winds, hail, and heavy rain pelted Southern Oklahoma Wednesday evening. A tornado warning issued in Marshall county produced hail from dime to golf ball size ...

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Cleaning Up The Creek: Who's Responsibility is it?

Updated: 04/21/2004 - 4-21-04 She's lived in her house for more than 50 years, but Fay Gann says a dirty creek bed behind her home is now out of control with rats and even snakes creeping into the house.

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Bullets Fly At Paris Apartment Complex

Updated: 04/21/2004 - 4-21-04 Shots fired at Paris Apartment complex on Tuesday, by Wednesday night an arrest but still questions connecting that man to the crime.

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Suicide Car Bombs Kill 68 in Basra, Iraq

Updated: 04/21/2004 - 04-21-04 (AP-BASRA, Iraq) - Five suicide attackers detonated car bombs against police buildings during rush hour Wednesday in this British-controlled southern Iraqi city, killing 68 people, including 16 children burned to death in their passing school buses.

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Star Witness Cross Examined

Updated: 04/21/2004 - 04-21-04 -The star prosecution witness in the Terry Nichols murder trial is under cross-examination by defense attorneys today.

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Local Nightclub Victim to Arson

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 4-20-04 Investigators say it was the work of an arsonist before dawn in Calera, Oklahoma. The victim, the now empty and for sale Twister Club.

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Former Congressman Facing Charges

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 4-20-04 Former Congressman Wes Watkins could face charges for a deadly accident Monday. Wes Watkins was driving on highway 177 near Stillwater when he ran into the back of stopped car that was turning left.

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Woman Saved From Burning Car

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 04-20-04 - A Collinsville woman is lucky to be alive after she was pulled from her car by a neighbor after it burst into flames.

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Bodies of Three Halliburton Workers ID'd

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 04-20-04 - (Houston-AP) -- They're being called "brave hearts without medals, humanitarians without parades and heroes without statues." Houston-based Halliburton today paid tribute to three workers confirmed dead after an April Ninth attack on a fuel convoy in Iraq.

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Found: Stolen Rifle 20 Years Later

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 4-19-04 When Murray County Reserve Deputy Philip signed on for duty this past weekend he expected to round up the bad guys, instead he found a piece of his own history, a rifle missing for 20 years.

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Ardmore's City Engineer Resigns

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 4-19-04 Ardmore's city engineer, in the middle of a licensing controversy, says he will resign his position effective October 19.

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Million Dollar Grant

Updated: 04/20/2004 - 04-19-04 - Grayson County College received almost $2 million Monday morning. Good news for the local economy. The money will be used to help train area workers.

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4 Wheeler Accident Kills Local Man

Updated: 04/18/2004 - 4-18-04 - A 19 year old man has died after driving a Yamaha four-wheeler at an unsafe speed. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports Justin W. Lemons of Tishomingo died of...

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Survivors reminded of bombing through memorial, trial

Updated: 04/18/2004 - 4-18-04 - The anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing is marked tomorrow with the on-going trial of Terry Nichols in McAlester. Nine years ago this Monday, 168 people died in the blast.

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Fire Destroys Historic Part of Van Alstyne

Updated: 04/18/2004 - 4-18-04 - Downtown Van Alstyne business owners are recovering after a fire destroyed an historic building. It had been a part of the community since the 1800's...

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McKinney Murders - Three Men Arrested

Updated: 04/17/2004 - 4-17-04 - Three men are charged with capital murder in the shooting deaths of four people in McKinney. It was a crime that shocked the north Texas community and took the lives of two local football players.

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Sherman Doctor Arrested - Accused of Sex Crimes

Updated: 04/17/2004 - 4-17-04 - A prominent Sherman citizen surrendered Friday night to a warrant for sex crimes with children. Doctor Ronald Wood has practiced medicine in Sherman for thirteen years...

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