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Power restored to Pickett-Center School after nearly a week of outages

Posted: 02/04/2010 - PONTOTOC COUNTY -- At the height of last week’s winter storm, more than 175,000 people were reported to be without power. Tonight, electricity has been restored to just about everyone in our viewing area, but as administrators at Pickett-Center School know first-hand, a week without consistent electricity hasn't been easy. Shelby Levins reports.

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More details from standoff in Paris

Updated: 02/03/2010 - PARIS, TX--"There was information that we had gathered, during the standoff that this might be a BB gun or a pellet gun or something like that," Paris Police Chief, Bob Hundley, said.

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Winter storm cleanup scams a concern in So. Oklahoma

Posted: 02/03/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - Last week's storm left areas across Oklahoma damaged by ice and snow, and as many people try to clean up and move on, some con artists see a prime opportunity to make money off of others' misfortunes. Dara Downs has common scams you should look out for.

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Pushy solicitor jailed after causing disturbance

Updated: 02/04/2010 - SHERMAN, TX – A pushy door-to-door salesman caused a disturbance on North Shannon Street in Sherman. After heated words and even threatening a potential customer, the police arrived and arrested him for soliciting without a license.

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Libel case dismissed against author John Grisham

Updated: 02/04/2010 - ADA -- A best selling author known for his crime thrillers has been cleared of libel. John Grisham and his book about an Ada murder became the subject of a libel lawsuit. Now a federal court of appeals has dismissed the case.

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Three crashes in Colbert

Posted: 02/02/2010 - COLBERT, OK -- Three accidents on Highway 69/75 Tuesday night in Colbert. With several vehicles involved, the first crash happened around 6:50 p.m., two other accidents immediately followed.

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Austin College students start several fundraisers

Updated: 02/02/2010 - SHERMAN, TX - Just two days into the spring semester and Austin College students are already working together to raise money to help in Haiti. Maddie Garrett talked to students to find out how they're trying to make a difference.

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Dogs abandoned in Cooke County

Posted: 02/02/2010 - GAINESVILLE TX-- While most of us can't imagine how another person could throw a bag of puppies out of a moving car, in a down economy more and more people are neglecting, abusing and abandoning animals. But even through the worst of the abuse, there is hope for these animals, hope that can be seen in a pit bull puppy, named Lucky.

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400 lb. welder stolen from Sherman construction company

Posted: 02/02/2010 - SHERMAN, TX - A group of thieves went to great lengths to steal a welder from a local construction company over the weekend. Plyler Construction at 3505 Texoma Parkway reported a 400-pound welder stolen from its property.

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9-1-1 tapes released as Sherman woman faces charges in fatal wreck

Updated: 02/03/2010 - VAN ALSTYNE, TX - After two alcohol related crashes last night near Van Alstyne we now know a Garland, Texas, woman is dead after one of those wrecks, and a Sherman woman faces a charge of intoxicated manslaughter for causing the wrong way accident.

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Power outages remain in Ada

Updated: 02/02/2010 - The entire state of Oklahoma remains under a federal disaster declaration tonight. And while much of the snow and ice continues to melt, thousands of people are still without power, including hundreds of residents in Ada. Shelby Levins reports.

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Ivanhoe VFD on last lifeline

Updated: 02/02/2010 - IVANHOE, TX--A Fannin County volunteer fire department on the verge of collapse is asking one last time for support before closing down for good. The closure of the Ivanhoe Volunteer Fire Department could affect other area fire departments that are already stretched thin. Daniel Armbruster reports.

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Grayson Jail Goes to Vote

Posted: 02/01/2010 - GRAYSON CO., TX - The future of the Grayson County Jail will go to a vote by the people. Commissioners decided in a split vote Monday morning to hold a bond election of $20 million or less to renovate the existing jail.

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Go Red for Women event held in Denison

Posted: 02/01/2010 - DENISON, TX - One local agency stepped up the fight against heart disease this morning in Denison. The goal of the 'Go Red for Women' luncheon is to show that just as many women suffer from heart disease as men.

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