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Bush and Rival Head to Florida

Updated: 09/29/2004 - 9-29-04 - President Bush surveys hurricane damage in Florida again Wednesday, on his way to Miami and the presidential debate venue. Florida's 27 electoral votes are not lost on the president, or on his challenger, John Kerry.

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Fire Alert Issued for Southern Oklahoma Counties

Updated: 09/29/2004 - 9-29-04 - State forestry officials are issuing a Red Flag Fire Alert for 23 counties in southeastern and east-central Oklahoma. Extreme caution is urged with all outdoor burning...

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Theft Ring Busted in Texoma

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 - The investigation of a theft ring that crossed the nation landed right in the heart of Texoma this week. Wapanucka police arrested William Newell on Tuesday. He’s wanted by police in Chicago as part of a...

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Bryan Co Jailer Drunk on Job

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 - For the second time in one month, Bryan County authorities have had to arrest their one of their jailers. Jail administrators say Vester Allen came to work intoxicated early Tuesday morning.

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Ardmore Firefighter in DUI Accident

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 - A rookie Ardmore firefighter resigned Tuesday, just a few days after his involvement in a drunk-driving accident while driving a city vehicle. Wesley Stroud had been on the job for just 8 months.

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Trammel Sentenced to Life in Prison

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 – A Bryan County jury recommended a sentence of life in prison with the chance of parole for Stanley Trammel. On Friday, the same jury convicted him of killing John Duncan in May of 2003.

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Jeanne Remnants Proven Deadly

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 - South Carolina officials say two people have died as the remnants of Hurricane Jeanne passed over the state. They say one man was killed when his car ran off a rain-slicked road and struck a utility pole...

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Nichols Judge Sits on High Court

Updated: 09/28/2004 - 9-28-04 - Oklahoma's newest Supreme Court justice has been sworn in. Steven W. Taylor, the Pittsburg County judge who presided over the murder trial of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, was sworn in Monday by Chief Justice Joe Watt.

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Sign of the Times - Stolfa's Closes

Updated: 09/27/2004 - 9-27-04 - A fixture of downtown Ardmore business for 67 years abruptly closed its doors for good this past weekend. Stolfa Brother's Hardware went out of business on Saturday.

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Vintage Flight Showcases Bombers

Updated: 09/27/2004 - 9-27-04 - Two vintage planes from the World War II era flew into Texoma Monday. A B-29 and a B-24 performed a flyover at the Cooke County airport in Lindsay. A B-29 and a B-24 performed a flyover...

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'Cowboy' Back in Durant

Updated: 09/27/2004 - 9-27-04 - A local man is back home after living in the limelight of TV fame this summer. Michael Ellis finished as runner-up on Big Brother last week, and is now looking ahead to his future.

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Hurricane Cleanup Begins Again

Updated: 09/27/2004 - 9-27-04 - Florida officials are urging citizens to take extra precautions as they begin cleaning up after Hurricane Jeanne. They say the worst of the storm has passed, but that it's still dumping rains on some parts of the state.

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Six Killed in House Fire

Updated: 09/27/2004 - 9-26-04- Six people were killed in an Oklahoma City house fire Sunday morning. The victims of that fire have been identified as the Soners-Wilder family and their 15 year old neighbor.

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Reconstructing Accident Scene

Updated: 09/26/2004 - 9-26-04- Sherman police, along with NTSB investigators spent Sunday morning reconstructing the accident on Highway 75 that killed ten people last Monday, including three small children.

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Grayson County Shooting

Updated: 09/26/2004 - 9-26-04- Grayson County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a shooting at a house on east Main Street just outside of Denison Saturday evening. Two suspects were taken into custody, but the investigation continues.

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NAACP Investigates ECU Player Death

Updated: 09/25/2004 - 9-25-04- The NAACP is asking for a federal probe into the recent death of an African-American football player at East Central University. Last weekend, a 43 year old diesel mechanic allegedly rammed into a pickup truck loaded with players from East Central.

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FEDS Investigating Fatal Wreck

Updated: 09/25/2004 - 9-25-04- Federal prosecutors in Illinois have been asked to investigate whether there was any connection between the state's licenses-for-bribes scandal and the Sherman wreck that killed ten people Monday.

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Man Killed in Accident

Updated: 09/25/2004 - 9-25-04- A 50 year old Pauls Valley man is dead after a one car crash late last night on State Highway 77 in Garvin County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Jackie Brown was northbound on 77 when his vehicle left the roadway, struck a culvert and went airborne.

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Florida Braces for Hurricane Jeanne

Updated: 09/25/2004 - 9-25-04- Hurricane Jeanne is barreling toward Florida. The storm's outer edges already are dropping rain and kicking up winds along the Atlantic coast. It is the fourth hurricane to impact Florida in the last six weeks.

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Guilty of Murder - Trammel Facing Death

Updated: 09/24/2004 - 9-24-04 - A Bryan County jury deliberated nearly 5 hours before finding Stanley Trammel guilty of 1st degree murder on Friday. Now he could face the death penalty for shooting John Duncan in May of 2003.

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Congressman Hall Receives Jefferson Award

Updated: 09/24/2004 - 9-24-04 - U.S. Representative Ralph Hall is a 2004 recipient of the Food Distribution Industry’s Thomas Jefferson Award, honoring his commitment to free enterprise.

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Family Sues Trucking Company

Updated: 09/24/2004 - 9-24-04 - Relatives of one of ten people killed in a fiery traffic crash on the edge of Sherman filed a $75 million wrongful death lawsuit Friday. The lawsuit was filed in Dallas on behalf of the family of Manuel Esparza.

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Iraqi Gift Opens Local Minds

Updated: 09/24/2004 - 9-24-04 - The generosity of an Iraqi teenager has changed the heart and mind of the mother of a north Texas soldier. Tinkie Davidson of Anna received a special package this week from an Iraqi named Ali – a friend of her son who’s in the US Army.

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ECU Player Remembered

Updated: 09/23/2004 - 9-23-04 - Several dozen East Central University students attended a public ceremony to remember the life of Joseph Tusan on Thursday night - just five days after he lost his life in a hit and run accident.

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Mayor's $1,000 Water Bill

Updated: 09/23/2004 - 9-23-04 - The mayor of Madill owes more than $1,000 in back-due water bills – it’s a revelation made in a recent city council meeting that has some claiming the mayor received special treatment.

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