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Houston battered, thousands in shelters after Ike

Updated: 09/15/2008 - HOUSTON - The death toll from Hurricane Ike now stands at 30 in eight states. Many of the dead are far to the north of the Gulf Coast that the storm savaged on Saturday.

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Millions without power in SE Texas

Updated: 09/14/2008 - HOUSTON, TX -- Nearly three million people are without power in South Texas as residents are assessing Ike's damage. Transportation officials are urging evacuated residents not to return home yet.

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Campers flee Hurricane Ike

Updated: 09/15/2008 - DENISON, TX -- The state of Texas waived fees for campers escaping Hurricane Ike. Residents sought shelter at campsites all across the state, including Eisenhower State Park.

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Ike hits Texoma

Posted: 09/13/2008 - PARIS, TX -- The eastern parts of our viewing area getting hit the hardest by Ike. While there were some areas where water collected in the intersection and near sidewalks, officials in Paris say the storm fell apart and moved through quickly.

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Evacuated family welcomed in Sherman

Posted: 09/13/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- The Red Cross in Sherman first opened their doors to evacuees on Thursday and since then about ten people sought shelter at Fairview Baptist Church. Stephanie Brletic talked to some of the evacuees about their experiences.

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Shooting suspect at large

Updated: 09/15/2008 - HONEY GROVE, TX -- Police searching for a suspect in a shooting in Honey Grove. Police say it happened at a house in the 500 block of W. Main Street.

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Ike makes landfall, weakens to tropical storm

Updated: 09/14/2008 - GALVESTON, Texas (AP) - Ike has weakened to a tropical storm over eastern Texas, but winds remain near 60 mph and heavy rains and tornadoes are still a threat.

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Colbert trustee resigns

Updated: 09/12/2008 - COLBERT, OK -- After making claims that the town government has misappropriated funds, Colbert trustee Michelle Weger has stepped down.

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Ada hospital adds new treatment center

Posted: 09/12/2008 - ADA, OK -- The Valley View Regional Hospital in Pontotoc County is now expanding its services with a psychiatric care wing.

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A+ Athlete: Jessica Birdsong

Updated: 08/25/2009 - CADDO, OK -- This week's A+ Athlete is Jessica Birdsong of Caddo High School.

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What to do as Ike moves north

Updated: 09/12/2008 - In anticipation of Ike’s path through North Texas, we’ve compiled some resources, phone numbers to report outages, and a list of items you’ll need in the event of a power outage.

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Texas preps for blast from Hurricane Ike

Updated: 09/12/2008 - GALVESTON, TX - The Federal Emergency Management Agency estimates more than five million customers could lose electricity as Hurricane Ike slams Texas. Meanwhile, state officials believe about 1.2 million Texans evacuated on their own, while another 12,500 left with government help.

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President Bush in OKC, asks Oklahomans to help evacuees

Posted: 09/12/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY - President Bush is in Oklahoma for a brief visit today. In brief remarks to reporters he said he's monitoring Hurricane Ike and urged Texans to "listen carefully" to authorities in the Galveston area.

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Grayson Co. prepared for evacuees

Updated: 09/12/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- Texomans are now being called to help Hurricane Ike evacuees. County officials and volunteers in Grayson County are preparing for evacuees to arrive. Stephanie Brletic reports from the shelter set up at Fairview Baptist Church in Sherman with details about those preparations.

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Methodist men honor first responders

Updated: 09/12/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Several Durant residents turned out to pay tribute to victims of the September 11th attacks.

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Discounts at campgrounds for evacuees

Updated: 09/12/2008 - SHERMAN, Tex -- As Ike draws near, thousands of people are evacuating the Texas coast, and many of them could end up in North Texas.

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Denison residents speak out on Lake Texoma development

Posted: 09/11/2008 - DENISON, TX -- It has taken an act of Congress, but 900 acres of land along Lake Texoma is in the process of being transferred to the city of Denison. It is all part of a big development in the works, but plans for that development are being met with some concerns. Residents will get the chance to voice their opinions about the plans Thursday night. Rashi Vats reports.

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