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Toddler found safe in Johnston County

Posted: 04/15/2010 - JOHNSTON COUNTY, OK - It was a frightening lunch hour for a Johnston County family when their three year old son wandered off from their home.

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OBN holds prescription drug take back program

Updated: 04/15/2010 - DURANT, OK - Oklahoma is holding their statewide prescription drug take back program today, encouraging those with expired or unused prescription drugs to turn them in.

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Okla. tourism director visits Marshall County

Posted: 04/15/2010 - KINGSTON, OK - Lake Texoma State Park has been a popular vacation destination for over 50 years. Park officials say while visitors may notice some changes to the park due to the Pointe Vista development, for now many things visitors are used to are staying the same.

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Fannin Co. stands up for kids

Posted: 04/15/2010 - BONHAM, TX - The Fannin County Courthouse was surrounded Wednesday by a group working to raise awareness about child abuse. Stand Up for Kids is an event organized by the Fannin County Children's Center and Child Welfare Board.

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Fire destroys Sherman house

Updated: 04/15/2010 - SHERMAN, TX - Flames shot into the sky Wednesday afternoon when fire destroyed a home near Austin College in Sherman.

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Sale of Wilson N. Jones a done deal

Updated: 04/15/2010 - Sherman, TX--Wilson N. Jones Medical Center is changing its name to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ. It's part of an acquisition by Texas Health Resources.

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Body found identified as missing Hugo man

Posted: 04/14/2010 - OKLAHOMA CITY - A man's body discovered on Monday believed to be a Hugo man murdered by two men has been positively identified by state authorities as Robert Strickland.

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Colbert man killed in wreck

Updated: 04/14/2010 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK - A rollover accident killed a Bryan County man early Wednesday morning.

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Ada leaders look to solve water woes

Posted: 04/14/2010 - ADA, OK - The city of Ada has relied on water from the Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer for more than 100 years, but recent findings have pushed the city to look for ways to decrease their current water usage while also making sure the aquifer is a viable source of water for generations to come.

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Texas Parks and Wildlife re-populates shad in Lake Texoma

Posted: 04/14/2010 - POTTSBORO, TX -- Fishing is big business in Texoma. However, this year's harsh winter took its toll on bait fish numbers. But fish and wildlife experts are hoping their re-population efforts will keep the local fishing industry thriving. Shelby Levins reports.

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NAACP opens own investigation into Sherman man's murder

Updated: 04/14/2010 - SHERMAN, TX -- The Grayson County NAACP is opening their own investigation into the murder of a Sherman man. It's surrounding the death of Bobby Ray Mathenia, whose body was found in a field nearly a month ago, apparently beaten to death. Maddie Garrett spoke with the NAACP and the District Attorney to find out just how both investigations are proceeding.

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Disabled vet assaulted in Coal County

Updated: 04/26/2010 - COALGATE OK--A Coal County Man attacked on his own property by trespassers is speaking out, about how the attack has affected him and his family

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Community roundtable held to discuss health care needs in Ardmore

Updated: 04/12/2010 - ARDMORE, OK -- Health care continues to be a hot topic, even after President Obama signed the new reform legislation into law last month. Monday night, one area hospital group hosted a community roundtable in Ardmore, to talk about future health care needs.

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Commissioners talk TIF in Ardmore

Posted: 04/12/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - Cities across the nation and here in Texoma are looking for ways to finance growth while also staying in budget. Now the City of Ardmore has an idea to use a familiar TIF fund to pay for future city improvements and developments.

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Taking care of the roadside trash

Posted: 04/12/2010 - GRAYSON CO., TX - Trash and debris on the side of the highway can be unsightly and even dangerous. And while littering can have serious consequences such as fines, the clean up can also cost tax payers’ money. So just who’s responsible for cleaning up the mess?

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