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Pottsboro woman arrested for DWI

Posted: 07/31/2015 - DENISON, Texas -- A Pottsboro woman was arrested Friday morning after plowing her vehicle into a utility pole.

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Group agrees to register more Oklahomans to vote

Updated: 07/31/2015 - State officials and voting rights advocates have agreed to provide more voter registration access to Oklahomans to stave off a potential lawsuit over the state's compliance with federal voting laws.

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City of Bells issues boil order

Posted: 07/31/2015 - BELLS, Texas -- Due to a water leak on Broadway Street that has affected all residents using water provided by the City of Bells, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the system to notify all customers to boil their water prior to consumption.

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Cattle found after apparent theft in Trenton

Posted: 07/31/2015 - TRENTON, Texas -- A family is relieved Thursday because after thousands of dollars worth of cattle were stolen from their ranch, they got their cows back.

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Disaster Recovery Center to open in Ada

Updated: 07/30/2015 - With less than a month to register for disaster assistance, Pontotoc County is doing everything it can to make sure its residents and business owners have what they need.

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Senate poised to approve 3-month extension to highway bill

Updated: 07/30/2015 - WASHINGTON - The federal funding for our local roads and bridges could be staying in place. The House of Representatives just passed its’ own three-month extension of the Highway Bill. Now the Senate has two choices; accept it or risk shutting down road and bridge projects across the country. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer reports.

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Active shooter training in Denison

Posted: 07/29/2015 - DENISON, TX- The Denison Police department held a program Wednesday aimed at protecting schools or businesses if there's ever an active shooter.

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Slow start to Grayson County road repairs

Posted: 07/29/2015 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX- Roads like Travis Street in Sherman have had orange barrels up since June, waiting to be repaired but just because the sun is out doesn't mean they're going to be fixed overnight.

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Language in ‘First Amendment Defense Act’ stirring outrage

Posted: 07/29/2015 - Washington, D.C. - Interpretations of a bill introduced by Congressman Raul Labrador (R-ID) have caused quite a bit of outrage. As it is currently written, the bill would allow people and businesses to act in accordance with their religious beliefs without government interference.

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