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Durant Surgeon Back from Haiti

Posted: 01/27/2010 - DURANT, OK - After a week of working in makeshift operating rooms with limited medical supplies, Durant surgeon Peter Hedberg is home. Now he shares his exclusive video and first hand experiences from Haiti.

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Two men file suit against Lamar County

Updated: 01/28/2010 - PARIS, TX - A year and a half after being charged with murder, two Paris men are seeking restitution for time spent in jail.

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Bryan County dangerous intersections

Updated: 01/27/2010 - DURANT OK--The Intersection of Highway 69/75 is a busy place. With a truck stop on one side, a convenience store on the other, and busy entrance to the Choctaw casino nearby, thousands of drivers travel the roadway, and the more motorists move through an intersection, the greater the risk of accidents.

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Oklahoma prepares for another winter blast

Posted: 01/27/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - With the memories of the heavy snow and ice that covered Oklahoma on Christmas Eve still fresh on their minds, power and transportation crews across the state and here in Ardmore are taking the adage "better safe than sorry" seriously. Dara Downs reports.

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Teen involved in Antlers High School incident released, then re-arrested

Posted: 01/27/2010 - ANTLERS, OK - The name of the man making threats at Antlers High School yesterday has now been released. Antlers Police tell us that 18 year old Johnathan Taylor went to Antlers High School at around noon yesterday and began making threatening remarks to students.

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Mayoral Monday

Posted: 01/27/2010 - Next month we kick off our Mayoral Monday segment and now is time to ask questions about whats going on in your city.

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Geocaching: a high-tech hide and seek

Updated: 01/29/2010 - ARDMORE -- It's a high-tech hobby that's growing in popularity all over - including right here in Texoma. It's called geocaching, and it's being done around the world by people with a GPS and a keen eye. Shelby Levins explains.

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Cooke County Courthouse restoration about to begin

Updated: 01/26/2010 - GAINESVILLE, TX -- Plans to restore the Cooke County Courthouse, are moving forward, but the two year project will not only preserve a piece of history, it will also give a much needed boost to the local economy.

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Toyota shuts down production at 5 plants

Updated: 01/27/2010 - Toyota has just done something no car maker in this country has ever done before--It has just told its dealers to stop selling eight of its models--temporarily.

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Hundreds turn out for Flanders Corp. job fair in Ardmore

Updated: 01/27/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - Hundreds of people showed up to a job fair Tuesday in Ardmore hoping to land one of the nearly 200 jobs set to open in the spring. The Flanders Corporation will be adding a brand new facility in Ardmore. Austin Wright has more.

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Children burned by acid testify in Escobedo trial

Posted: 01/26/2010 - GAINESVILLE, TX - The trial of Tracy Escobedo is underway in Cooke County. On Tuesday jurors heard from three of the four children who were burned by acid last January after he and his girlfriend Cynthia Stout had an argument inside their vehicle.

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Purser trial continued

Updated: 01/25/2010 - ARDMORE, OK -- After just one day of testimony, the trial for a man accused of stabbing his mother to death has been delayed. Prosecutors say Lee Purser killed his mother more than two years ago, now he'll have to wait at least another week to learn his fate.

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Atoka woman wants city to fix drain problem

Updated: 01/26/2010 - ATOKA, OK--An elderly Atoka woman says rainwater runoff from city streets is causing a huge mess in her backyard and under her home. She says the water stays under there for days and is affecting her health. It's a problem she says the city has failed to fix.

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Grayson Jail Update

Posted: 01/25/2010 - SHERMAN TX--Trying to figure out what should be done with the county jail, has become a seemingly never-ending debate in Grayson County. A considerable amount of time and a considerable amount of money has been spent studying the issue; Today Commissioners heard the findings of the latest study, but this one didn't cost the county a dime.

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Campground murder trial underway in Bryan Co.

Posted: 01/25/2010 - DURANT, OK - The trial of a Louisiana man accused of murder began Monday in Bryan County. Don Mancil, 43, is accused of beating a coworker to death at a Colbert campground in October of 2008.

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