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9/11 blood drive

Updated: 09/11/2007 - SHERMAN -- The Texoma Regional Blood Center is doing their part to remember 9/11, while helping the community at the same time. Officials with the center say they are still critically low on all types of blood, especially O-positive and A-positive.

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Ardmore, ECU partner on new branch campus

Updated: 09/12/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. –The board of trustees from the Ardmore Higher Ed Center announced university affiliation at a press conference Tuesday at the Ardmore Convention Center live on First News at Five the new branch campus in Ardmore will be part of East Central University.

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Safe Family: Candles and your home

Updated: 09/11/2007 -
A new report shows that while deaths from residential fires have been nearly cut in half from 4,500 in 1980 to 2,660 in 1998, those caused by candles have increased dramatically. In today's Safe Family report, Ryan Loyd tells you about the dangers of candles.

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Second call center approved

Updated: 09/11/2007 - FANNIN COUNTY, TEX. -- Hoping to increase emergency response times, the Bonham City Council has approved a second public safety answering point.

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Preparing for deployment

Updated: 09/10/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. --It's a familiar but difficult situation for families across the United States. They prepare to leave their loved ones to serve their country. For the Cheadle family in Tishomingo, they say the sacrifice is hard, but it's worth it.

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Grayson Co. law enforcement hoping for new equipment

Updated: 09/10/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex -- Grayson County law enforcement are hoping for some new equipment thanks to the federal government. The sheriff's office has applied for a Homeland Security Grant, which is available for counties and cities that need help acquiring equipment.

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Rattan's residents want police protection

Updated: 09/21/2007 - RATTAN, Okla. -- They have been without a police protection for more than a week, and residents of Rattan, Oklahoma, say they want something done about it.

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More Oklahoma soldiers headed to Iraq

Updated: 09/10/2007 - MADILL, Okla. -- More Oklahoma soldiers called to duty are about to be deployed to Iraq. Local soldiers are being called to duty as members of the 1245th Transportation Unit in Madill will be going to Iraq. Official word came this weekend that the men and women of 'the 1245' will be part of the massive deployment with the 45th Infantry Brigade.

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Record money raised

Updated: 09/10/2007 - SHERMAN -- The Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities of Texoma is celebrating a record setting fundraiser from this past weekend. Officials with the organization say they raised close to $20,000 during their Second Annual Texoma Caregiver Celebration Walk.

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Murder suspects caught trying to escape Love Co. Jail

Updated: 09/10/2007 - LOVE COUNTY, Okla. -- The trial for the two ‘rest stop killers’ in Love County was postponed Monday because the suspects were reportedly attempting to escape the Love County Jail.

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Sherman man gets probation in case that killed 19-year-old

Updated: 09/10/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- A 20-year-old man plead guilty to intoxicated manslaughter in a Grayson County courtroom in late August. Now, Jayson Hollaway, from Sherman, has been sentenced to ten years probation. He will be sent to prison if he breaks that probation.

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Race for Cooke County Sheriff starts

Updated: 09/12/2007 - GAINESVILLE - The election for Cooke County sheriff may be over a year away, but the campaign is on. Both the current sheriff and a man who announced his candidacy earlier this week are running.

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Missing woman's body found in city lake

Updated: 09/09/2007 - PAULS VALLEY, Okla. -- The body of a Pauls Valley woman who had been missing for more than two days was found in a city lake early Saturday morning.

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FEMA assistance approved for Marshall Co.

Posted: 09/07/2007 - MARSHALL COUNTY, Okla. -- Federal authorities approved Marshall County for individual disaster assistance on Thursday that covers flood damage from June and July storm. Back in July, Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole visited Marshall County to see flood damage first hand.

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Green formally charged

Posted: 09/07/2007 - WYNNEWOOD, Okla. -- A man accused of murdering his wife in broad daylight in April was indicted on Friday. A judge ruled today that there is enough evidence to try Franklin Cecil Green for the April 10th murder of his wife, Gloria Hunter.

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Pottsboro making roads safer

Updated: 09/07/2007 - POTTSBORO, Tex. – The city of Pottsboro took a step toward improving the safety of county roads on Friday. The group 'Less Tears, More Years' joined community leaders in putting up new road signs Friday afternoon. The signs indicate curves ahead and were placed where one teen was killed in a car crash last May.

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Bizarre chain of events in Fannin Co.

Posted: 09/07/2007 - FANNIN COUNTY, Tex. -- A bizarre chain of events in Fannin County ended with one man in the hospital. One man is in a Dallas hospital after crashing his car just east of Ivanhoe against a tree. It just so happens that that same man was in a stabbing earlier this week.

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Burglary arrest in Gainesville related to Sherman burglaries

Updated: 09/07/2007 - SHERMAN -- A 37-year old man is now in custody after trying to sell stolen goods in Gainesville. Sherman Police say they arrested Freddie Ray Price on Thursday night around ten o'clock after obtaining a search warrant for the suspects home in the 600 block of Elm Street.

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The Buzz in Texoma: ‘Stuff the Bus’

Updated: 01/22/2008 - MARIETTA, Okla. -- ‘Stuff the Bus,’ a community project by students at Marietta and Dickson, takes place this Friday night in Marietta. They're collecting stuffed animals to be given to local organizations like the children's shelter. Even law enforcement uses these animals if a child is scared.

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A+ Athlete: Tyler Titsworth

Updated: 08/25/2009 - BOKCHITO, Okla. -- High school students across Texoma are back in school after a long summer off. Along with the return to school, our weekly A+ Athlete segment returns as well. It's our way of honoring high school athletes who excel in the classroom, on the field, and in their community. Our first A+ Athlete is Tyler Titsworth from Bokchito, Oklahoma.

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Woman jailed, accused of killing deputy's family

Updated: 09/07/2007 - MARSHALL COUNTY, Okla. -- A woman accused of causing the car crash that killed the wife and toddler son of a Carter County Deputy was arrested on Thursday.

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Driver runs from police in 3-car accident

Updated: 09/07/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex.-- A traffic accident leads to a chase and ends with one man in the Grayson County Jail. Police say it happened around 8 p.m. Thursday on Texoma Pkwy near the Highway 82 overpass.

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When seconds count

Updated: 09/07/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. --Sherman police are using a new tool to help in emergencies, specific to cell phones. They say since most people have cell phones this software is especially helpful to find a person's location when seconds count.

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