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U.S. Senate candidate Rice stops in Durant

Updated: 10/27/2008 - DURANT, OK ― U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Rice made an appearance at a restaurant in Durant on what he's calling his 'economic tour' to talk about the economy and the election.

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Prison official's wife focus of prelim

Posted: 10/27/2008 - MANGUM, OK - The first day of a hearing to determine if a prison official's wife will stand trial for helping an inmate escape has come to an end. Bobbi Parker is charged in Greer County with helping convicted killer Randolph Dial escape in 1994 then spending more than a decade on the run with him before being found in east Texas.

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Video games not just for kids anymore

Posted: 10/27/2008 - DENISON, TX ― Video games and teenagers often go hand in hand, but they are not the only ones. Now the elderly are gaming, too. Stephanie Brletic has the details.

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Molestation charges filed against Pontotoc Co. teacher

Updated: 10/27/2008 - ADA, OK -- An elementary school music teacher has now been charged with lewd molestation after authorities say he inappropriately touched students. 48-year-old Jeff Dallan confessed to the crimes, according to investigators.

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BBQ Cook off in Gordonville

Posted: 10/25/2008 - Gordonville---Dozens of cooking teams from all over the country are in Texoma to cook barbeque at the Spooky Waterfront BBQ Cook off at Big Mineral Marina in Gordonville.

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Employees of Hampton Inn walk off

Updated: 10/27/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- Earlier this week, employees walked off the job at the Hampton Inn, and late Friday night, even more quit suddenly and police had to get involved.

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Grayson teen sentenced to 99 years

Updated: 10/25/2008 - SHERMAN ― A Grayson County teen convicted of murder was sentenced Friday evening to 99 years in prison. 16 year old Preston Allen Quain was found guilty Thursday in the December 2007 death of 32 year old Danny Joe Rolen.

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Black man's death in Paris raises tensions

Updated: 10/24/2008 - PARIS, TX - A black man died under a pickup in East Texas last month and two white men have been charged with murder in a case drawing racial attention.

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Bonham home to first all-green tractor facility in the world

Updated: 10/24/2008 - BONHAM, TX ― Even though gas prices are dropping, most of us are still looking for ways to save cash. One business owner in Bonham found a way to do so by making his new store completely energy independent. Stephanie Brletic joins us in the studio with details.

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OPEC slashes oil production

Updated: 10/24/2008 - OPEC's decision could mean a change in what you are paying for fuel. You have probably noticed that some gas prices around the area have been going down. Rita Kotey has the details about what that means for Texoma.

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Caney begins cleanup, investigation, after train derailment

Updated: 10/24/2008 - CANEY, OK ― A train derailment in Caney, Oklahoma, late Thursday night forced the most of the town’s residents to evacuate. About 400 people, many of them elderly, in the small Atoka County community, were evacuated. On the train were ethanol, argon, and diesel. Authorities said Friday morning it was safe for residents to return to their homes, and officials have now begun the cleanup process.

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A+ Athlete: Logan Russell

Updated: 08/25/2009 - ARDMORE, OK ― To meet this week’s A+ Athlete, Mark Van Paasschen takes us to Plainview High School in Ardmore to introduce you to a multi-talented high school star.

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Vandalism & theft of campaign signs rise as election nears

Posted: 10/23/2008 - SHERMAN, TX ― With the November election less than two weeks away, many people are showing their support for the candidates by placing signs and flags on their property. But now many of those signs are disappearing, and several other signs have also been left damaged. Police say the vandals are non-partisan. Rashi Vats explains how some residents are trying to protect their property and their political views.

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Candidate’s campaign, “powered by Texas,” stops in Sherman

Posted: 10/23/2008 - SHERMAN, TX ― As Election Day draws near, a number of statewide candidates are touring the country hoping to sway voters. But one candidate for Texas Railroad Commission is stumping for more than votes. Rita Kotey met with railroad commission chairman Michael Williams on his stop in Grayson County.

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Ardmore hotel in disarray

Updated: 10/24/2008 - ARDMORE, OK ― A day after many employees say they walked out on the Ardmore hotel that employs them because they couldn’t cash their paychecks, our Shelby Levins spent the day talking to several people who have either worked for or have worked with the owners of the Hampton Inn in Ardmore. Their stories are all very similar. They say the owners don't pay their employees, their vendors, or their taxes on time.

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Bus stop a major concern in Callisburg

Updated: 10/23/2008 - CALLISBURG, TX ― For many parents sending kids off to school on a bus is a fact of life. But some people in Callisburg say that commute is downright scary. Stephanie Brletic reports.

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