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Ada woman claims discrimination because of service dog

Updated: 09/09/2010 - ADA, OK -- Service dogs are commonly used to help people with a variety of medical conditions, from those with hearing and visual disabilities, to diabetics. But Thursday, one Ada women claimed she's being evicted from her apartment simply because she uses a service dog.

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New technology helps aid police

Updated: 09/10/2010 - GAINESVILLE, TX-- As technology changes, law enforcement officials are upgrading equipment, from video tape, to crystal clear digital video and sound recordings. Now new digital video cameras have been installed in several Gainesville Patrol units to record every second that those vehicles are on the streets.

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Officials warn of dangers lurking in flooded areas

Updated: 09/09/2010 - The Texas Department of Public Safety wants to warn you flood water poses many hazards to human health and safety. They advise following these safety precautions.

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Toy and Action Figure Musuem to stay in Pauls Valley

Updated: 09/09/2010 - PAULS VALLEY, OK -- The Toy and Action Figure Musuem in Pauls Valley has become a world famous attraction, drawing over 14,000 visitors to the city this summer alone. So when news spread that the museum could be moving to Oklahoma City, many were shocked and upset. Wednesday, board members announced whether the action figure museum would stay in place or leave Pauls Valley for good. Dara Downs reports.

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Food Bank distributes to those in need

Updated: 09/08/2010 - DURANT, OK -- The heavy rains didn't stop volunteers in Durant from helping the hungry, or stop people from getting the assistance they need. Maddie Garrett has the full story on how a food bank is doing their part in Oklahoma's Hunger Action Month.

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Tornado destroys home in Platter

Updated: 09/08/2010 - PLATTER, OK-- Homeowner James Stubblefield says he was trying to tune in to a TV station or radio signal to get an update on the weather, when he looked out the window, and saw it for himself.

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Photos of Lone Grove, Platter tornadoes

Updated: 09/09/2010 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- The National Weather Service confirms a tornado did touch down near Platter, in Bryan County, Wednesday afternoon. Also, several people reporting a tornado touching down Wednesday night in Lone Grove, OK. This photo taken by Kevin Jackson does appear to show a tornado on the ground. Carter County Emergency Management confirms two homes were damaged on Prairie Valley Road.

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Heavy rains, tornadoes hit Texoma

Updated: 09/09/2010 - As now Tropical Depression Hermine continues its trek north through north Texas and into southern Oklahoma, now houses are damaged, power lines are down, and U.S. Highway 69/75 is closed in Bryan County after a possible tornado or downburst.

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Denison City Manager stepping down after two decades

Updated: 09/07/2010 - ENISON, TX -- A familiar face and veteran employee is stepping down at the city of Denison. Now council members are now faced with a task they haven't had to do in more than 20 years--hire a new city manager.

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Hermine hits North Texas

Updated: 09/08/2010 - Tropical Storm Hermine, now a Tropical Depression, slammed into North Texas today, dumping 2 to 4 inches of rain with more on the way.

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New Bryan County task force for missing persons

Updated: 09/08/2010 - BRYAN CO., OK - The way Bryan County runs their search and rescue missions is changing. But it’s not just one agency that’s working to fix missing persons policies, but several organizations working together in Bryan County.

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Sherman, Pottsboro city councils bans K2

Updated: 09/07/2010 - SHERMAN, TX - K2, often called synthetic marijuana, has been banned in a number of North Texas cities. Tuesday, Sherman and Pottsboro city councils voted unanimously to ban the controversial substance. Shelby Levins reports.

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Body identified as missing Gainesville doctor

Updated: 09/07/2010 - DENTON COUNTY, TX - Authorities have positively identified a body found in Denton County as a missing Gainesville doctor. The body of David Mantsch was found on Saturday near his home.

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Arson suspected in 2 Ardmore car fires

Updated: 09/07/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - The Ardmore Fire Department and Ardmore Police Department were called out to two vehicle fires this weekend, and they believe both may be arson. Claudia de la Pena has more.

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Red River drowning over weekend makes for deadly summer

Updated: 09/06/2010 - LOVE CO., OK -- A Love County woman who drowned Saturday in the Red River is the fourth person to drown in Carter and Love County waters this summer according to law enforcement, and they say that number is higher than normal.

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Labor Day means big business

Updated: 09/06/2010 - GRANDPAPPY POINT, TX -- As the holiday weekend comes to a close Monday night, local business are calling the three-day weekend a success. Shelby Levins reports.

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Body found near home of missing doctor

Updated: 09/08/2010 - DENTON CO., TX -- Authorities are trying to identify a body found in Denton County. Officials with the Sheriff's office says the body was found near the residence of doctor David Mantsch in Denton County around 11 AM Saturday.

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Food Pantry seeing increased need

Posted: 09/06/2010 - SHERMAN, TX -- The Salvation Army Food Pantry says it's handing out a record number of meals to people in need. But now the non-profit is running low on supplies and is asking for your help.

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28-year-old Marietta woman drowns in Red River

Updated: 09/05/2010 - LOVE CO., OK-- A 28-year-old Love County woman and mother was pulled from the shores of the Red River, Sunday. Authorities believe she died trying to save her kids.

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