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9 Years Later - Bombing Aftermath Relived

Updated: 04/28/2004 - 4-28-04 - An Oklahoma City police officer is testifying in the Terry Nichols murder trial this afternoon about the scene in the minutes after the Oklahoma City bombing.

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Fire Chief Suspended Without Pay

Updated: 04/28/2004 - 04-28-04 - Fire Chief Robert Lewis will get to keep his job after allegations of sexual harassment. Van Alstyne Mayor Willie Boddie decided to suspend Lewis without pay for 30 days.

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Former Officer Testifies in Federal Trial

Updated: 04/27/2004 - 4-27-04 - A former Colbert police officer accused of two felonies in federal court took the stand in his own defense Tuesday, explaining what happened during his last night on duty in July.

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Decision on Suspended Adminstrators Pending

Updated: 04/27/2004 - 4-27-04 - The future of two school administrators in Van Alstyne could be decided soon. An investigation by an outside agency is finished and is in the hands of the school superintendent.

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Cost of Growth - RV Park on the way out

Updated: 04/27/2004 - 4-27-04 - A north Texas town and a longtime business owner are battling over zoning rights – but it’s a battle that could cost one woman her longtime dream. The Wildwood RV Park has...

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Former Congressman Charged

Updated: 04/27/2004 - 4-27-04 - Former Congressman Wes Watkins is facing two charges of negligent homicide for causing a deadly car accident last Monday. A husband and wife were killed.

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Costly Punch - Former Colbert Cop on Trial

Updated: 04/26/2004 - 4-26-04 - A former Colbert police officer is on trial in federal court this week, accused of two felony counts. Richard Wyrick was caught on tape inside a Denison convenience store last July

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Rescue Reunion - Car Fire Survivor Says Thanks

Updated: 04/26/2004 - 4-26-04 - A Collinsville woman and the man who saved her life were reunited Monday, one week after a dramatic rescue. Patty Attaway says she wouldn't be alive if Jarett Jobe hadn't risked his life to save her.

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Prosecution Nearly Done in Nichols Murder Trial

Updated: 04/26/2004 - 4-26-04 - After more than one month of testimony, the prosecution in the Terry Nichols trial is close to resting. Today they called an FBI agent to testify, connecting Nichols to evidence at the bombing site.

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Ok Loss, Texas Gain - Citgo Moving South

Updated: 04/26/2004 - 4-26-04 - Oklahoma has lost to Texas - not on the playing field, but in the oil business. Tulsa-based Citgo is moving its operation to Houston, starting this week.

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Truck Driver Kidnapped, Assaulted

Updated: 04/25/2004 - 04-25-04- A truck driver was asleep in his rig in Bryan County this afternoon when he got a rude awakening. A woman was banging on his door, flashing a gun, and demanding all of his money.

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Antlers Soldier Memorial

Updated: 04/25/2004 - 04-25-04- It was one year ago Sunday that Jerry and Jane Dennis got the call no parent should have to endure. It was a representative of the U.S. military, saying their son, 19-year-old Jerod, was killed in a firefight in Afghanistan.

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Funnel Cloud in Madill-- Exclusive Video!

Updated: 04/24/2004 - 04-24-04- Capturing that once in a lifetime video of a tornado can be thrilling, but it isn't always so safe. A Madill man got that thrill of a lifetime Friday night, when a funnel cloud dropped from the sky, while his camera was rolling.

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Ardmore EXPO

Updated: 04/24/2004 - 04-24-04- A chance for Ardmore businesses to show their stuff today! More than 100 booths set up at the Hardy Murphy Colliseum for the the Ardmore EXPO 2004.

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Decision on Hold - Fire Chief Still Suspended

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-23-04 - The fate of Van Alstyne fire chief Robert Lewis has been put on hold. After four hours in executive session, the city council did not take action concerning sexual harassment charges.

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Das ist Gut! - Germanfest Returns to Muenster

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-23-04 - German flavor is taking over part of Texoma this weekend. The 29th annual Germanfest kicked off Friday in Muenster. The community of 1,500 west of Gainesville, Texas is home to...

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Two Wheel Rally - Bikes Roll to Lake Texoma

Updated: 04/23/2004 - 4-23-04 - A motorcycle rally for Vietnam veterans is revving up in Marshall County this weekend. Up to 2,000 motorcycles are expected in the Cumberland Cove resort on Lake Texoma...

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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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