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Drug abuse prevention and treatment money in Southern Oklahoma

Updated: 05/28/2009 - ARDMORE -- The National Center on Addition and Substance Abuse released a three-year long study on public spending. Their findings show that out of every state dollar Oklahoma spends on drug abuse and addiction, 97 cents goes to corrections and judicial costs while only 3 cents goes to prevention and treatment. Local substance abuse experts say that’s a cause for concern.

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Low on ammo in Texoma

Updated: 05/28/2009 - SHERMAN TX--At Red River Firearms in Sherman there are all types of rifles, shotguns and handguns for sale. A steady stream of customers are lining up for target practice on the firing range. But lately the one thing that makes all of this possible is the hardest thing to find. The reason for the shortage of rounds--supply and demand. Gun owner’s fears about possible new gun regulations caused many to buy and stockpile ammunition.

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Dension cleans up for Sullenberger

Updated: 05/28/2009 - DENISON TX-- A group of residents are sprucing up the city of Denison for the arrival of a hometown hero, Captain Chesley Sullenberger.

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County won't help Durant ISD

Posted: 05/28/2009 - DURANT, OK -- It was a hot button issue for Bryan Co. and the city of Durant. Citizens recently voted to increase the city's sales tax to finance the construction of a new high school.

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Jailer now in jail after helping inmate escape

Updated: 05/28/2009 - DURANT, OK -- Sheriff Bill Sturch says he's upset after finding out one of his own jailers slipped Billy Wallace the handcuff keys that allowed him to escape.

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Ada man surrenders in Garvin Co.

Updated: 05/29/2009 - PAULS VALLEY -- An Ada man accused of nine counts of lewd acts or proposals to minors has surrendered to authorities. 23-year-old Eric Ulrich turned himself in to Garvin Co. Sheriff's Deputies yesterday.

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Chickasaw Nation bids for racetracks

Updated: 05/27/2009 - ADA, OK – A local Native American Tribe confirms that it is trying to buy two horse racing tracks that recently filed for bankruptcy. Shelby Levins spent Wednesday afternoon with business leaders from the Chickasaw Nation after they officially expressed their interest to acquire Remington Park in Oklahoma City and Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie Texas.

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New regulations for Lake Texoma fishing guides

Updated: 05/27/2009 - MARSHALL CO., OK -- Some boaters on Lake Texoma could face thousands of dollars in fines if they don't pay up to get special licenses, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Daniel Armbruster explains why the new rules are upsetting some area fishing guides.

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Twitter surgery patient returns home to Bonham

Updated: 05/28/2009 - BONHAM, TX -- Sherman firefighter and Bonham resident Chris Gilbreath was still in the fog of anesthesia after having his kidney removed when he heard the news that it had been successfully transplanted into his son.

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Twice escaped inmate captured

Updated: 05/28/2009 - DURANT, OK -- For the second time in a month, an inmate escapes from the custody of Bryan County authorities. But, unlike last time, he was captured quickly following his escape.

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Denison house burns twice in 24 hours

Posted: 05/27/2009 - DENISON, TX -- Fire ignites inside a Denison house early Wednesday morning, and then rekindles later in the afternoon. Firefighters responded to the call in the 600 block of E. Texas St. around 12:30 a.m.

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Zumba

Posted: 05/27/2009 - A fairly new exercise routine is taking Texoma by storm. Zumba is dancing into the homes and gyms of many Americans!

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Bill would keep sex offenders out of ice cream trucks

Updated: 05/26/2009 - BRYAN CO., OK -- A bill that would prohibit sex offenders from legally driving ice cream trucks has now reached the Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry's desk. Rashi Vats explains how this legislation could protect Oklahoma children.

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Oklahoma man honors state's fallen servicemen

Updated: 05/26/2009 - MAYSVILLE, OK -- A Navy veteran and a native Oklahoman is on a mission. His name is Michael Beach. He's using a native rock and the state's official stone to pay tribute to every fallen Oklahoma soldier who's buried abroad.

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Atoka volunteer honored

Updated: 05/26/2009 - ATOKA, OK -- One area volunteer was honored for his service Tuesday. While he has overcome his share of obstacles, he still gives his time to help and encourage the men who fight fires to keep residents safe.

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Body found in front of Denison home

Updated: 05/26/2009 - DENISON -- The body of a young man was discovered Tuesday afternoon in a car parked on the street where he lived.

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Fannin Co. could bring in federal detainees

Updated: 05/26/2009 - BONHAM -- Federal detainees could soon be headed to Fannin Co. The Fannin Co. Commissioners Court approved a measure Tuesday morning that could pave the way for an agreement between the county and the U.S. Marshals Service.

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Local Police: It was a safe holiday weekend

Updated: 05/26/2009 - TEXOMA -- Law enforcement was out in full force this weekend on the lookout for drunk drivers and intoxicated boaters. Now, the results of those patrols are in, and you might be surprised at what they found.

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A horse ride from Florida to Amarillo

Updated: 05/26/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- It's no longer a popular mode of transportation, but one woman is journeying hundreds of miles across the country on horseback, and on Tuesday, she stopped in Sherman.

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