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Love Co. pushes for new jail; polls open Nov. 10

Posted: 11/03/2015 - The Love County Jail was built in 1981 to house 18 inmates. Today it averages about 48 inmates. Jail Task Force Chairman Bill Freeman says this jail is beyond repair.

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Carter Co. homeowner finds, shoots burglary suspect

Updated: 11/03/2015 - CARTER COUNTY, Okla. -- A burglary suspect spent the day in the hospital after getting shot by the homeowner. The homeowner tells us what went through his mind after catching the thief in the act.

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Texting while driving ban starts Sunday; what you can, can't do

Posted: 10/29/2015 - In just three days police will be able to pull over Oklahomans for texting and driving, but according to an unscientific survey done by AAA this month, 66-percent of Oklahomans say this new ban won't have an effect on their behavior while driving.

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Bonham teachers receive new technology

Posted: 10/27/2015 - Bonham's Bailey Inglish campus has been anticipating the arrival of iPads, laptops, and projectors for the past year.

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Man in hospital after robbery, officer involved shooting

Posted: 10/19/2015 - A Lighthorse Police officer shot 20-year-old Anthony Walker at exit five on I-35 in Love County late Sunday night. Marietta Police Chief Dustin Scott says Walker and another suspect robbed a gas station in Marietta prior to the officer involved shooting.

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New Marshall Co. jail approved by 12 vote margin

Updated: 10/14/2015 - Residents were given a chance to vote for or against a new jail in Marshall County on Tuesday. The results are in, and it passed by just 12 votes. Construction is set to begin at the beginning of the year, but some residents aren't too pleased with the outcome.

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Sulphur Schools push for $2.1 million bond

Updated: 10/09/2015 - Sulphur schools is hoping to pass a $2.1 million school bond to construct a secure entryway and common area to the high school for security purposes, and provide new classrooms and a safe room for the elementary school. This bond will raise property taxes, but could help residents.

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