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NAACP opens own investigation into Sherman man's murder

Updated: 04/14/2010 - SHERMAN, TX -- The Grayson County NAACP is opening their own investigation into the murder of a Sherman man. It's surrounding the death of Bobby Ray Mathenia, whose body was found in a field nearly a month ago, apparently beaten to death. Maddie Garrett spoke with the NAACP and the District Attorney to find out just how both investigations are proceeding.

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Disabled vet assaulted in Coal County

Updated: 04/26/2010 - COALGATE OK--A Coal County Man attacked on his own property by trespassers is speaking out, about how the attack has affected him and his family

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Community roundtable held to discuss health care needs in Ardmore

Updated: 04/12/2010 - ARDMORE, OK -- Health care continues to be a hot topic, even after President Obama signed the new reform legislation into law last month. Monday night, one area hospital group hosted a community roundtable in Ardmore, to talk about future health care needs.

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Commissioners talk TIF in Ardmore

Posted: 04/12/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - Cities across the nation and here in Texoma are looking for ways to finance growth while also staying in budget. Now the City of Ardmore has an idea to use a familiar TIF fund to pay for future city improvements and developments.

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Taking care of the roadside trash

Posted: 04/12/2010 - GRAYSON CO., TX - Trash and debris on the side of the highway can be unsightly and even dangerous. And while littering can have serious consequences such as fines, the clean up can also cost tax payers’ money. So just who’s responsible for cleaning up the mess?

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Eisenhower statue coming to Grayson County

Posted: 04/12/2010 - DENISON TX--Grayson County Commissioners voted this morning to allow a new structure to be built at Loy Lake Park, and this tribute to a native Denisonian is truly larger than life

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Choctaws go 100% wind power

Updated: 04/12/2010 - DURANT, OK - We've been hearing for years from government leaders about the need to develop and support alternative energy sources. On Monday, .the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma put their money where their mouth is.

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3 injured in Bryan Co. accident

Updated: 04/12/2010 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK - A major accident in Bryan County sent 3 people to the hospital Monday morning.

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Body found believed to be missing Hugo man

Updated: 04/12/2010 - CHOCTAW COUNTY, OK - A body believed to be that of a missing Hugo man was found Monday morning near the Choctaw/Pushmataha county line. The body was found 3 ½ miles south from where the burned vehicle of 39-year-old Robert Strickland was found last week.

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Texas Stadium comes crashing down

Posted: 04/12/2010 - IRVING, Texas (AP) - Texas Stadium is nothing but a memory now. The longtime home of the Dallas Cowboys came tumbling down Sunday morning in a planned demolition set off by an 11-year-old boy who won an essay contest.

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Man stabbed with pruning shears in Fannin County

Posted: 04/12/2010 - FANNIN COUNTY, TX -- Authorities are investigating a stabbing in Fannin County. They're not releasing the exact address, but say the stabbing happened in Mulberry, about 5:30 Sunday evening.

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Two men arrested in Ardmore for drug trafficking

Posted: 04/11/2010 - ARDMORE, OKLA -- Two men in Ardmore are now facing aggravated drug trafficking charges, after police found almost a fourth of a pound of crack cocaine in their car.

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NAACP hosts fundraiser for murder investigation

Updated: 04/11/2010 - SHERMAN, TX-- It's been almost four weeks since 28-year-old, Bobby Ray Mathenia Jr., was found dead in a field just west of town. Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder, but friends and family are still searching for answers.

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Medal of Honor week continues in Gainesville

Updated: 04/09/2010 - GAINESVILLE, TX--For the past several days, Gainesville, Texas has played host to some of Americas greatest heroes. Friday, several of them were individually recognized at the annual Medal of Honor banquet.

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Number 844 steam engine rolls through Texoma

Updated: 04/09/2010 - DENISON, TX -- The Ray Yards in Denison are usually only filled with freight cars and train engines. But Friday, dozens of people waited near the tracks for a rare chance to see one of the oldest steam engines still in operation. Maddie Garrett has all the sights and sounds as the train made its stop in Texoma.

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Texomans help Chilean earthquake victims rebuild

Posted: 04/09/2010 - MILL CREEK, OK - The Johnston Marshall County Baptist Association is part of the Global Baptist Response system who sends men from across the country to all corner's of the world to lend aid to area's recovering from devastating natural disasters. The group was only in Chile for seven days, but they say the lives they touched will stay with them forever.

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Man sentenced in public library porn viewing case

Updated: 04/09/2010 - DENISON, TX - A Grayson County case brings up the question of whether certain websites should be blocked from public use computers in libraries. Now one man is spending time in jail for what he pulled up on a public computer. Josh Stevenson has more.

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