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National celebrity surprises Hometown Hero in Ringling

Posted: 06/12/2009 - RINGLING, OK – A national celebrity surprised one woman in Ringling Thursday afternoon, calling her a “hometown hero”. It’s all part of the “Jenny’s Heroes” Program, in which the former talk show host, Jenny Jones, gives away thousands of dollars in community grants.

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Nursing shortage could mean jobs in recession

Updated: 06/12/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- The recession has many people out of work struggling to find new jobs, and even more people worried about keeping their current employment. But there are careers that are considered to be recession proof. One of those fields is nursing, and right now it appears the entire nation needs nurses.

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Sulphur cleans up storm damage

Updated: 06/12/2009 - SULPHUR, OK – Late Wednesday afternoon, high winds and severe thunderstorms ripped through the Sulphur area, knocking down trees and power lines. But by Thursday afternoon the howling winds, and the sound of rain had been replaced with the buzz of chainsaws, as many homeowners worked to cut-up downed trees and clean-up their property.

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Cyclists riding from Austin to Anchorage for cancer research

Updated: 06/12/2009 - WHITESBORO, TX -- It's the longest annual charity bike ride in the world and today riders with the Texas 4000 made their way to Texoma. About 23 cyclists are riding 4,500 miles from Austin to Anchorage, Alaska to raise money for cancer research. Some of the riders say it's worth the trip if they can help someone beat cancer. Rita Kotey has the story.

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Oklahoma’s teen pregnancy rate among highest in U.S.

Updated: 06/11/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- More Oklahoma teens than ever are getting pregnant. In fact the state's teen pregnancy rate isn't just on the rise, a new study shows it's one of the highest in the nation. Daniel Armbruster has more.

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Gas prices on the rise in Oklahoma

Updated: 06/11/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- Gas prices continue to rise around the country heading into summer, and Oklahoma is no exception. Prices in Ardmore were as high as $2.59 on Thursday afternoon.

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Fannin County introduces new canine officer

Updated: 06/11/2009 - BONHAM, TX -- The Fannin County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to fight crime in a new way. They now have a new officer, but this officer is sniffing out drug traffickers on all ‘fours’. Rita Kotey has the story.

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Sulphur hit hard by storms

Updated: 06/11/2009 - SULPHUR, OK -- Severe thunderstorms ripped through the city of Sulphur Wednesday afternoon. Winds up to 65 miles an hour knocked down dozens of trees along 7th, 8th and 9th Streets East.

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Washington Street expansion project

Updated: 06/11/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- The City of Sherman is planning some improvements to Washington Street, but one family says those improvements will hurt their property value.

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McMillion sentenced to 80 years for ex-husband's murder

Updated: 06/10/2009 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- After a jury found Patricia McMillion guilty of the murder of her ex-husband, Kenneth McMillion, this morning in Sherman, that jury recommended a sentence of 80 years in prison that Judge Jim Fallon accepted Wednesday afternoon.

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Okla. State Rep calls for more tornado shelters in mobile home parks

Updated: 06/10/2009 - LONE GROVE, OK -- It has been four months to the day since an E-F4 tornado touched down in Lone Grove. The town is rebuilding and many residents are moving on, but now state leaders want to make sure that next time all residents are prepared when Mother Nature strikes.

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President Clinton pays brief visit to Sherman

Updated: 06/10/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- It was a brief stop, and one he would probably rather not publicize, but it was historic nonetheless. Former President Bill Clinton was in Sherman on Wedneday.

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100-year term for mentally disabled Paris man questioned

Updated: 06/10/2009 - PARIS, Texas (AP) - Attorneys and advocates are questioning why an 18-year-old East Texan with profound mental disabilities was sentenced to 100 years in prison in a child sex abuse case.

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Texas holds contest for best commercial

Posted: 06/10/2009 - AUSTIN, TX -- Here's a shot at stardom for Texans—being able to create the next Don't Mess with Texas commercial, then see it air on TV, through the new Car2Can contest.

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Ardmore rezoning proposal fails

Updated: 06/10/2009 - ARDMORE, OK – The votes on the Ardmore City School District annexation proposal have been collected and counted. The Ardmore School District boundaries will remain the same. The L-shaped area on the southwest side of town that was under question will not be rezoned into the Plainview School District.

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New bill targets safer teen driving

Updated: 06/10/2009 - POTTSBORO, TX -- It might soon get harder for all teenagers in Texas to get a driver's license because of a bill that originated in Pottsboro.

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Platelet donations help Ardmore woman fight on

Updated: 06/09/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- While blood donations are vital for area blood banks to stay in business, there are other important donations that are important to the lives of many Texomans. Daniel Armbruster has the story.

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State allows Pottsboro to spend TCEQ fine money on local improvements

Updated: 06/09/2009 - POTTSBORO, TX -- In March of 2007 the TCEQ fined the City of Pottsboro $128,000 for not keeping their water treatment facility up to code. Instead of paying the fine outright into the state's general fund, the city applied for a Supplemental Environmental Project Program.

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Body found in car in Sherman ruled suicide

Updated: 06/09/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- The death of an Austin woman whose body was found in Sherman last month has been ruled a suicide. Police say 54-year-old Cynthia Ray died of asphyxia by automobile exhaust.

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