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29-year-old murder case nears end in Ada

Posted: 07/16/2009 - ADA, OK – A murder trial in Ada that began Monday is expected to wrap up Friday. Judie Hansen, 61, is accused of the 1980 murder of her late ex-husband, William Boudrie.

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Power line falls on semi in Sherman

Posted: 07/16/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- Two men were stuck inside an 18 wheeler with a live power line on top of their truck for about 30 minutes Thursday afternoon.

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Search for Bob Lee's gold spans generations

Updated: 08/05/2009 - LEONARD, TX -- The sound of gunfire was all too familiar during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. Grimes told us the story of Bob Lee, a Confederate leader who was rich with gold. But it's that money they turned the battle into a treasure hunt that's spanned more than a century in an area known as the four corners.

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Marietta mother's death ruled homicide

Updated: 07/16/2009 - MARIETTA, OK -- Back in April, a 911 caller reported Keiona Hubbard was not breathing. The mother of three was rushed to the hospital, but she couldn't be saved. Now Hubbard's family says the medical examiner's report backs up their suspicions - their loved one was killed.

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Atoka Co. elected officials get raises

Updated: 07/16/2009 - ATOKA COUNTY, OK -- On Monday, Atoka County Commissioners voted to give pay raises to themselves and the five other elected county officials. While at first glance this may seem like an abuse of power, the reason behind the increase may surprise you.

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More money needed to fix Denison warning siren

Updated: 07/16/2009 - DENISON, TX -- When a tornado tore through Denison back in December, many residents were upset that the warning sirens did not sound and hadn't for several months. All six sirens in the city were back online about two months ago. Now one of them is out of service again, but the fire chief says he has a plan for getting it fixed soon. Rita Kotey has the story.

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State Health Commissioner: H1N1 still a major concern in Oklahoma

Updated: 07/15/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- Oklahoma health officials are preparing for the worst as the H1N1, or “swine flu,” virus continues to spread. Oklahoma Health Commissioner Terry Cline took office just over two weeks ago and is already declaring the need for federal assistance to prepare for a possible outbreak. Tom Johnson has more.

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Dog left in hot car in Ardmore taken to local shelter

Updated: 07/15/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- Police are cracking down on animal cruelty as the summer heat rises. Ardmore police were called to the 1200 block of 12th street Tuesday morning after concerned citizens reported seeing a dog left in a vehicle.

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New Denison park given name & will get new sign

Updated: 07/15/2009 - DENISON, TX -- In May the Denison city council approved to use the land where the old Hopewell Church once stood as a site for a historical park. At Wednesday night’s council work session, members are set to discuss plans to place a sign at the park to name it the Terrell-Griggs-Marshall Legacy Park.

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Father, stepmother to be brought back to Oklahoma by next weekend

Updated: 07/15/2009 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK --The father and stepmother of an eleven-year-old Bokchito girl who authorities say carried her remains across the country should be brought back to Oklahoma to face charges by next weekend. Abel and Denise Wolf waived extradition in a Montana courtroom last week.

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U.S. Marshals arrest convicted sex offender in Denison

Updated: 07/23/2009 - DENISON, TX -- A convicted sex offender is behind bars after an extensive investigation for over two months. Christopher Webb, 41, was arrested by U.S. Marshals on Tuesday in Denison.

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TIF Proposal passes at Marshall Co. meeting

Updated: 07/15/2009 - MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- On Tuesday the "Tax Increment District Review" committee, or ‘TIF’ for short, was tasked with approving or rejecting a proposal that recommends the creation of a TIF District. After much debate, the seven member TIF committee passed the proposal, but not everyone is in support of the TIF Resolution-- or Tuesday night's process. Shelby Levins has more.

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New information in Durant homicide case

Updated: 07/15/2009 - DURANT, OK- The stabbing death of 25-year-old Jason Booker is the first homicide in Durant in two years. Durant police and OSBI have joined forces in the investigation. They say they now believe that the stabbing was not a random act of violence. Rita Kotey has the story.

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New jail could bring negative economic impact

Posted: 07/14/2009 - SHERMAN, TXAfter years of debate, county commissioners decided yesterday to allow a private company to operate the Grayson County Jail, but some say this could have a negative impact on downtown Sherman.

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Patrol car policy among changes at Ardmore Police Department

Updated: 07/14/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- Changes are on the way at the Ardmore Police Department. The city and police union reached a new agreement for the next fiscal year Monday night. Daniel Armbruster has more on those changes.

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Kids bicycling across U.S. ride through Texoma

Updated: 07/14/2009 - BONHAM, TX -- Some high school students rode through Texoma this afternoon as part of their 2,700 mile bike ride. Twelve high school students and two leaders have already biked over 1,000 miles from Charleston, South Carolina.

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Ardmore girl hit by truck now recovering at home

Updated: 07/14/2009 - ARDMORE, OK --A young girl hit by a truck last month in Ardmore is now recovering at home. Eight-year-old Alexandria Whitley of Ardmore was hit by a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway truck last month near her home in northeast Ardmore.

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Grayson Co. Jail to be privatized

Posted: 07/14/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- It's official -- the Grayson County Jail will be privatized. It’s a decision that has taken county leaders years to make. Grayson County Commissioner's' Court emerged from executive session late Monday afternoon with the news.

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Ada cold case finally goes to trial

Updated: 07/14/2009 - ADA -- Monday marked the first day of the murder trial against Judie Hansen. Hansen is charged with the first degree murder of her ex-husband, William Boudrie. But the crime actually occurred almost three decades ago.

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Meth epidemic continues to plague Oklahoma

Posted: 07/13/2009 - ARDMORE, OK – Monday marks six months to the day since Oklahoma kicked off its Crystal Darkness campaign to fight a growing state-wide meth problem, but is it working? Daniel Armbruster has the story.

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