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More than $700,000 in funding headed back to Southmayd

Updated: 02/11/2010 - SOUTHMAYD, TX - More than $700,000 is about to be deposited into the city's coffers. Southmayd Mayor Daniel Pepe says city officials believed that some of the sales tax dollars that were supposed to go to Southmayd were in fact going to the wrong municipalities.

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Winter weather slows construction projects on Texoma roads

Updated: 02/11/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - The snow has also made for some slick travel conditions in Oklahoma and as the temperatures get colder road conditions are expected to get worse. The constant moisture and cold temperatures have delayed several area road construction projects, and officials say it's making some of the already worn out roads worse.

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Making the call: When to cancel school

Updated: 10/16/2014 - HOWE, TX - A snowy day usually means a day of fun for students, but it also means a tough decision for school administrators when it comes to canceling class.

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Animal cruelty trial delayed

Updated: 02/11/2010 - SHERMAN, TX - The jury trial to determine if a Fannin County woman mistreated her horses was dismissed Thursday. Officers say they filed a new affidavit today and will most likely have the animal cruelty trial next week.

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TxDOT monitoring Texoma Roads

Updated: 02/11/2010 - Sherman, TX—As winter weather moves into Texoma, TxDOT says it is currently monitoring roads and bridges in North Texas. As of 9:30am, TxDot engineer Noel Paramanatham tells KXII crews are not seeing accumulations on bridges in the Sherman/Denison area.

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Parents preventing cell phone dangers for teens

Updated: 02/10/2010 - DENISON, TX - Teenagers and their cell phones have become a major concern for parents everywhere because of new dangers such as the “sexting” trend and texting while driving. And with these problems, parents are looking for ways to watch out for their children.

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Cartwright man pleads guilty to fraud

Posted: 02/10/2010 - MUSKOGEE, OK - The U.S. Department of Justice says 34-year old Scott Allen Sisk of Cartwright used a computer program to replace the numbers on Visa gift cards with actual credit card numbers.

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Trash problems piling up in Wapanucka

Posted: 02/10/2010 - WAPANUCKA, OK - After almost a month of no trash collections in the Johnston County town of Wapanucka, residents are finding other ways to disposing of their garbage. Austin Wright has the story.

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Lone Grove recovering one year after deadly twister

Posted: 02/10/2010 - LONE GROVE, OK—It was a storm that forever changed the city of Lone Grove. One year ago, in a matter of seconds, an EF-4 tornado killed 8 people and destroyed thousands of dollars in property. It was a story that made national headlines. One year later, as the town is trying to move on.

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New Choctaw Casino & Resort grand opening

Posted: 02/09/2010 - DURANT, OK - Over two years in the making, and millions of dollars spent the new Choctaw Casino and Resort finally celebrated their grand opening Tuesday night, with huge crowds and stunning displays.

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Oklahoma election results

Updated: 02/10/2010 - Voters in Atoka strike down a $13 million bond proposal, while board members in dozens of districts were selected. Coal County voters approve the E-911 initiative. More than 45 local elections were held in the region Tuesday night.

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Skywarn training comes to Texoma

Posted: 02/09/2010 - DENISON, TX - The National Weather Service is in Grayson County this evening. The visit is just ahead of the spring severe weather season. Josh Stevenson has a preview of the Skywarn event.

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Sherman, Denison ISD's appeal UIL realignment

Updated: 02/09/2010 - The superintendents of both the Denison and Sherman Independent School Districts filed a formal appeal Tuesday against the UIL realignment last week that places the two Grayson County towns in the same district as towns in far northeast Texas. Hear from both of them tonight on First News.

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Fire destroys Tom Bean FFA barn

Updated: 02/09/2010 - TOM BEAN, TX - An overnight fire in Tom Bean destroyed a building and killed several dozen head of livestock. The building was part of the Tom Bean FFA program, and the fire has affected the entire community.

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New allegations against owner of seized horses

Updated: 02/08/2010 - GRAYSON CO., TX - The owner of dozens of seized horses appeared in court today for the first time, six months after authorities rescued the animals from her ranch in Ector. Bells police found more horses she had in her possession that appeared to be too skinny and emaciated.

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2 arrested in Denison meth bust

Posted: 02/08/2010 - DENISON, TX - Grayson County Sheriff's investigators bust two people with meth inside a Denison home Friday.

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Church group lends helping hand to residents in Altus

Posted: 02/08/2010 - MILL CREEK, OKLA -- The harsh winter storm that hit Oklahoma last month left the city of Altus with a big mess to clean up. But the Johnston Marshall County Baptist Association Disaster Relief team was ready to lend a helping hand. Dara Downs reports.

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Sneak peek inside new Choctaw Casino/Resort

Updated: 02/08/2010 - DURANT, OK -- Just two days from Sunday, one of the biggest casino/resorts in our area will open its doors. The new Choctaw Casino and Resort will provide not only a huge draw for tourists, but hopefully a major boost to the local economy. The grand opening isn't until Tuesday, but Maddie Garrett brings us a sneak peak inside.

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New Orleans Saints win Super Bowl

Updated: 02/08/2010 - MIAMI (AP) - The New Orleans Saints have capped their fairy tale season with a strong victory in Super Bowl 44. They've beaten the Indianapolis Colts 31-17, thanks partly to a fourth quarter interception by Tracy Porter, who ran 74 yards for a touchdown. It was the Saints first Super Bowl apppearance.

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