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Competency hearing for murder suspect continued

Posted: 09/18/2014 - BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- A man suspected of murdering a Bryan County man in July near the Blue River Bridge appeared Thursday in court in a competency hearing.

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Ada duo arraigned on murder charge

Updated: 09/18/2014 - ADA, Okla. -- A couple accused of robbing, beating, and stabbing an Ada man who later died were arraigned Wednesday.

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Social media scam targets local woman

Updated: 09/18/2014 - SHERMAN, Texas -- A familiar scam is once again popping up across Texoma, but this time there's a new twist. We talked to one local woman who was targeted and wants to warn others before they fall victim.

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Okla. lawmakers consider different method to execute death row inmates

Updated: 09/18/2014 - Oklahoma became the first state to allow lethal injection as a method of execution for death row inmates back in 1977, but after the botched execution of Clayton Lockett in April, some state lawmakers are considering using a different method to execute death row inmates. They're even turning to a local university to research one option.

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Oklahoma releases A-F report cards for schools

Posted: 09/17/2014 - OKLAHOMA CITY -- More than one quarter of Oklahoma's public schools received a grade of F or D on annual report cards released by the state Department of Education.

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Reservations available for the Heartland Flyer OU-UT train

Posted: 09/17/2014 - The annual Red River Shootout is just a few weeks away, so make reservations now on the Heartland Flyer Big Game Train. It's a cost-effective way to ensure fans get to Dallas in plenty of time for the annual football showdown between the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas.

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New Hepatitis C medication showing positive results

Updated: 09/17/2014 - SHERMAN, TX -- There is now hope for millions of Americans suffering from the potentially fatal virus Hepatitis C. Sovaldi, approved by the FDA just last December, is showing positive results. Health experts say after treatment the liver-destroying virus is no longer detectable in 90 percent of patients who are infected with the most common strain.

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