Updated: 6:20 PM 03-03-05 – The prosecution attacked Andre Thomas’ insanity defense with a two hour long cross-examination of the doctor who was on the stand for most of Tuesday. The doctor was appointed by the state to examine Thomas.
Updated: 12:51 PM 03-02-05 – Fannin County authorities are on the lookout for two men who robbed an elderly woman in her home Wednesday morning. The two men entered the home on highway 78 in Boyd claiming to be repair workers.
Updated: 11:17 AM 3-2-05 - The question of whether a Ten Commandments display on the Texas Capitol grounds goes before the US Supreme Court. Opponents say the monument is an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.
Updated: 12:43 PM 3-1-05 - A man who escaped from an arraignment at the Fannin County courthouse didn’t stay free for long. Authorities captured Tedmy Ellis Tuesday night, just a few hours after he slipped away.
Updated: 1:05 PM 03-01-05 - A psychiatrist for the prosecution was called to the stand Tuesday morning to testify for the defense. The doctor spoke of Thomas' suicide attempts, delusions, and strange beliefs that match up with previous testimony.
Updated: 12:43 PM 3-1-05 - Denton County Sheriff's Deputies found nothing after searching 162 acres of land directly near the property of Charles Stobaugh. They were looking for the body of his wife, who has been missing since Dec. 29.
Updated: 12:43 PM 2-28-05 - Five months after pipe bombs rocked downtown Sherman, the two men behind the bombs have pled guilty. Federal authorities say Ed Kosanke and Chris Jones built the bombs for fun...
Updated: 6:07 PM 02-28-05 – A proposed law from Ardmore’s Gregg Piatt would give Oklahomans a tax-free week beginning the first Monday in August. Texas already has a tax-free weekend, and it always brings a large amount
Updated: 5:48 PM 02-28-05 – Courtroom security concerns are coming to light all across the country after last weeks deadly shootings in Tyler. Grayson County has been working for two years on a plan that would revamp security in the courtroom.
Updated: 4:47 PM 2-28-05 - Fire broke out inside a Durant industry on Monday afternoon, forcing firefighters to shut down an area around the Southwest Pickling Plant due to hazardous material concerns. The fire began around...
Updated: 1:07 PM 02-28-05 – A man armed with a black handgun allegedly robbed the Auto Shop Sales on Texoma Parkway in Sherman around 11 a.m. Monday. Police are still looking for a white male in his early...
Updated: 10:21 AM 2-28-05 - After winning the best actor Oscar, Jamie Foxx made an unusual admission: he couldn't wait to go to sleep. The actor says that's when he talks with his late grandmother Estelle, who he credits with shaping his life...
Updated: 10:15 AM 02-28-05 - A suicide car bomber blasted a crowd of police and national guard recruits Monday as they gathered for physicals outside a medical clinic south of Baghdad, leaving at least 110 people dead.
Updated: 7:48 AM 2-28-05 – After almost a week in recess, testimony resumes n the capital murder trial of Andre Thomas. The defense will begin presenting their case to jurors. Thomas has pled not guilty by reason of insanity.
Updated: 10:18 AM 2-27-05- One person was injured Sunday when troopers say a van ran a stop sign and slammed into a small car on Highway 82 just east of Sherman near Spur 1417. Four people were inside one car, including two children.
Updated: 7:28 PM 2-26-05- The police chief of Wichita, Kansas, says authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with the BTK serial killer case. The suspect is linked to ten killings between 1974 and 1986.
Updated: 6:56 PM 2-25-05 – Ringling football coach Rick Gandy underwent surgery in Oklahoma City Friday afternoon to fuse together neck vertebrae after a horse riding accident. The accident happened on Tuesday when Gandy was trying...
Updated: 6:47 PM 2-25-05 - Sherman Police Chief Tom Watt announced that the FBI is investigating one of his police officers. Watt says Lt Todd Smithers was put on paid leave on February 10th, when the criminal and internal investigation began.
Updated: 12:59 PM 02-25-05 – A 35 year veteran railroad engineer is calling it quits. Jim Woods of Whitesboro is retiring from Burlington Northern Santa Fe. After putting in 12 to 16 hours a day for three and a half decades, he says....
- ARDMORE, Okla. —The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation announced the 2013-2014 recipients of the Sam Noble Scholarships this week, awarding $140,000 in scholarships to 10 southern Oklahoma students.