Updated: 06/25/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- The Antioch New Hope Missionary Baptist Church has been serving the community for a hundred years. Now thanks to the efforts from a restoration company out of Dallas, they are getting through the devastation to begin another hundred years of service.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - Governor Rick Perry has asked President Bush to declare parts of Texoma federal disaster areas. Federal disaster status means grants and low-interest loans could be provided to those in need of assistance.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - SHERMAN -- A leading Sherman employer is moving out and moving up. Crews packed up 800 employee offices at Cigna Healthcare on Friday, hauling office furniture and supplies in moving trucks across town.
Posted: 06/22/2007 - MCCLAIN COUNTY, Okla. -- Oklahoma state investigators are asking for your help in identifying a woman they believe is injured. This photograph was found earlier this week just outside of Purcell in McClain County.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- Companies across the area are chipping in to help flood victims. TXU energy representatives presented American Red Cross officials with a $20,000 dollar check this afternoon.
Posted: 06/22/2007 - PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. -- An Ada man accused of killing a Tishomingo teenager last December will stand trial. A Pontotoc County judge has ruled there was enough evidence to bound Scotty Brooks over for trial on first degree murder charges.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Folks in Ardmore will be up all night on Friday on a mission to find a cure for cancer. Our cameras caught volunteers as they were setting up for Friday night's Relay for Life which has been moved to the Ardmore Convention Center due to weather.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - SHERMAN -- The American Red Cross is reaching out to flood victims here in Sherman, and it's cutting into their pocket. They are in desperate need of donations. They served over 100 people breakfast, lunch, and dinner Thursday at the Fairview Baptist Church.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - DENISON -- Texoma Medical Center officials say the hospital may not operate at full capacity until Saturday morning. Patients are being diverted to Wilson N. Jones hospital in the meantime. Reports from Friday morning say that the AC is back on in the emergency room but other parts of the hospital still have no air conditioning.
Posted: 06/21/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- The city of Gainesville is still recovering from its worst flood in the last 25 years. City leaders say the road to recovery is not going to be quick.
Updated: 06/21/2007 - BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Major traffic congestion on north bound Highway 75 between Colbert and Durant Thursday afternoon left traffic at a standstill—more than five miles long.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - SHERMAN -- Federal assistance may be on the way for disaster-stricken areas of Grayson County as Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) representatives toured the area on Thursday with state disaster teams to assess damages in the area to see if federal aide is needed.
Posted: 06/21/2007 - DENISON, Tex. --Flash flooding trapped one Denison woman in her minivan Wednesday night just south of Loy Lake Road on the Highway 75 west service road in Denison. Authorities say say the water on the service road was about three feet deep.
Updated: 06/21/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- Crews at the Frank Buck Zoo in Gainesville are welcoming back some residents that were evacuated on Monday. Zoo officials had to work quickly to get the 112 animals in total that were evacuated from the Frank Buck Zoo and taken to higher ground.
Updated: 06/21/2007 - SHERMAN -- As more rains come down massive clean-up is still underway after Monday's flooding. Some local agencies are organizing to coordinate the efforts to provide spiritual assistance while meeting physical needs.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - DURANT, Okla. -- A suspect in a bizarre kidnapping case in court today stood accused of kidnapping a Bryan County woman, stealing her car, and throwing her in the trunk.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - COOKE COUNTY, Tex. -- This is just a glimpse of some of the destruction floodwaters left behind in Cooke County that county officials say could cost thousands of dollars.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. -- Damage in north Texas is expected to cost thousands of dollars. In Oklahoma, commissioners are facing the same chore-- estimating damage to roads and bridges.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - SHERMAN -- Homeowners suffering water damage have begun picking up and so has the trash department in Sherman. Dumpsters have been placed in those hardest-hit areas like Lyon Street, Contemporary, and Archer Streets.
Posted: 06/20/2007 - ADA, Okla. -- The Ada City Council is rejecting a request to rezone land for a new Pontotoc County jail.