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Collinsville ISD closes due to high number of students out sick

Updated: 09/30/2009 - COLLINSVILLE, TX -- Another Texoma school district is cancelling class after dozens of students stay home sick. Collinsville ISD Superintendent Tim Wright says around 20% of the district's 542 students are absent and there will be no school Thursday and Friday.

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Paris man arrested on child abuse charges

Updated: 10/01/2009 - PARIS, TX -- A Paris man arrested this week after police say he struck a child with a shoe and picked up a patio table to use it as a weapon on his own family.

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Good deed contest continues in Marshall County

Updated: 09/30/2009 - MADILL, OK -- Have you done a good deed lately? One local doctor in Marshall County is working to recognize kids who have, and he's encouraging others to do so with a "Good Deed Contest." Shelby Levins reports.

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Interview tips for jobseekers

Updated: 09/29/2009 - VAN ALSTYNE, TX -- As the unemployment rate in Texas and Oklahoma continues to rise, more and more folks are looking for jobs, and that means more competition when it comes to interviews.

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Toyota to recall vehicles

Updated: 09/29/2009 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Toyota says it will recall 3.8 million vehicles in the United States to address problems with a removable floor mat that could interfere with the vehicle's accelerator and cause a crash.

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Grant to the rescue for Fannin Co. emergency workers

Updated: 09/30/2009 - BONHAM, TX -- Fannin County will use a grant of more than $80,000 to install two repeater devices used to boost radio signals and also provide the county with 100 new pagers for volunteer firefighters. County Judge Eileen Cox says it couldn't have come at a better time.

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Fatal accident in Denison

Updated: 09/29/2009 - Denison, TX--D.P.S. confirms one person was killed in a single vehicle crash Tuesday evening. Troopers say a car ran off the road and hit a tree ending up in a ditch.

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Hospitals work to stop spread of H1N1

Updated: 09/29/2009 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The H1N1 virus has become a fact of life for people in Texoma, but now the goal is to prevent the virus from spreading from person to person. While the keys to preventing an outbreak aren't complicated, stopping H1N1 requires the work of Hospitals, doctors, and individuals alike.

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Grazing School keeps Texoma farmers up to date on latest livestock techniques

Updated: 09/29/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- Schools may be closing because of flu scares around Texoma, but one school in Ardmore is just getting started. Students were at class by eight this morning, most of them wearing plaid shirts and cowboy hats. Katrina Gutierrez has more on what the Noble Foundation calls “Grazing School.”

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Texas Commission on Jail Standards' executive director visits Grayson Co.

Posted: 09/29/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- The Texas Commission on Jail Standards visited Sherman on Tuesday, and after months of debate and the death of two different proposals to build a new jail in Grayson County, the agency’s executive director answered some questions and gave some thoughts on the controversial jail issue. Josh Stevenson has more.

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Chisum ISD closed due to excessive illness

Updated: 09/29/2009 - PARIS, TX -- For the second time in as many days, a Texoma school district is closing its doors due to a concerning number of students out sick with flu-like symptoms. After Roff Public Schools in Ponototoc County announced Monday it will close to try and slow the spread of illness on its campuses, today Chisum ISD in Paris says they will remain closed through tomorrow.

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Roff Schools to close temporarily because of sickness

Updated: 09/29/2009 - ROFF, OK -- Roff Schools in rural Pontotoc County will be closing their doors and canceling class this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, after almost 40% of the student body was out sick on Monday. Shelby Levins reports.

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Parents discuss Bonham ISD bond election

Updated: 09/29/2009 - BONHAM, TX - The Bonham Independent School District held a public meeting this evening, hoping to inform and persuade residents to vote 'yes' on the upcoming $40 million bond election.

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Teacher finds new way to teach history

Updated: 09/28/2009 - SHERMAN, TX -- Students at Sherman High School got a blast from the past, and a little bit of rap, as part of their history class today.

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Ardmore man's story featured in new Michael Moore movie

Updated: 09/29/2009 - ARDMORE, OK -- He's a controversial filmmaker, who's tackled hot button issues like America's obsession with fast food, to our healthcare system. Now, Michael Moore is back with a new film: "Capitalism: A Love Story." But this time, as Katrina Gutierrez reports, Moore's new movie hits very close to home.

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Dangers of high speed pursuits examined after recent officer-involved crashes

Updated: 09/28/2009 - DURANT, OK -- In the past weeks two separate high speed pursuits have resulted in two major accidents that have claimed the life of one suspect and injured three law enforcement officers. Now some people are asking if high speed pursuits are worth the risk. Josh Stevenson has this live report.

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Work continues to widen FM 691 at U.S. 75 near new TMC

Updated: 09/28/2009 - DENISON, TX -- If your daily commute takes you through the intersection of Highway 75 and FM 691, you may want to plan on taking a different route. TX-DOT has started work to widen FM 691 in preparation for more traffic brought in by the new TMC hospital.

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Services restored for southern Oklahoma AT&T customers

Updated: 09/28/2009 - MARIETTA, OK -- AT&T representatives tell us a fiber optic cable was cut between Ardmore and Marietta. Marietta customers could not make long-distance calls for a time Monday afternoon, but service was restored just before 5 p.m. Monday.

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Gainesville hotel robbed at gunpoint

Posted: 09/28/2009 - GAINESVILLE, TX -- Gainesville Police are investigating a robbery late Saturday night at a hotel on Interstate 35.

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Drive-thru flu shot clinics in southern Oklahoma

Updated: 10/01/2009 - With flu season just around the corner, health departments in Carter, Ponototoc, and Bryan County are preparing by holding drive-through flu shot clinics in the coming days. We've posted info about all of them on this link.

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Update: Durant officer injured in chase

Updated: 09/29/2009 - Durant, OK - A Durant Police officer injured during a chase yesterday morning appears to be doing better. And the man he was pursuing is now in custody and charged with a felony.

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