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3 Alarm Fire Destroys Gunter Home

Updated: 12/18/2005 - A three alarm blaze destroyed a home in Gunter Saturday evening. A family of three called for help and then ran outside. A firefighter from Van Alstyne had to be taken to the hospital by ambulance...

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Officers Follow Meth Trail in Marshall Co.

Updated: 12/18/2005 - Kingston police arrested two people during a drug bust Saturday. Officers arrested Gerald Chadwick and Sheila Webb at a home in the 400 block of South Willis. Officers say they found meth, marijuana...

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Charity Scrambles to Finish Shopping for Needy Families

Updated: 12/17/2005 - Christmas is a week away, but some local charities are still scrambling to gather enough donations for needy families. The Haven of Rest shelter in Bonham provides shelter for up to 16 people on any given night...

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Olympic Gold Medalist Visits Sherman

Updated: 12/17/2005 - A group of young Sherman wrestlers got tips from a real champion Saturday morning. Brandon Slay won a gold medal for wrestling in the 2002 Summer Olympic Games. The Amarillo, Texas native travels the world speaking and hosting clinics.

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Judge in DeLay Case Waist on Appeals Court Ruling

Updated: 12/17/2005 - A state district judge's decision today once again hindered Representative Tom DeLay's hopes of a speedy resolution to the criminal charges against the former House Majority leader.

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Dangerous Dog Problem in Lone Grove

Updated: 12/16/2005 - Two are dead and now a man is charged with a criminal act in lone grove. But we’re not talking people. We’re talking dogs, and the punishment may soon get more severe.

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Hwy Expansion Links Texoma to Dallas

Updated: 12/16/2005 - Bringing more people, more business into Grayson County, long-term plans for expanding a Dallas highway up through Texoma have been approved.

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Spy Satellite Used Over SE Oklahoma

Updated: 12/15/2005 - Federal agents may have used a satellite to spy on a southeast Oklahoma community. A published report says a military satellite was used after the Oklahoma City bombing to gather information about a white separatist compound in eastern Oklahoma.

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Debate Over Services on Christmas

Updated: 12/15/2005 - With Christmas falling on a Sunday this year, some churches are cancelling services. It's a move that is stirring up the Christmas spirit for many who consider church to be the center of the holiday.

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Websites Offering More on Sex Offenders

Updated: 12/14/2005 - It's something every person should know: does a registered sex offender live nearby? Now more and more public and private agencies are putting that information on-line where it’s easy to access and understand.

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Two Fires in Same Neighborhood

Updated: 12/14/2005 - Just after noon, Denison Fire Department got the call and sent three of their trucks to the house. Nothing was inside, so right now no one is sure what caused it. The fire marshal is still investigating.

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Homemade Explosive Device Found Near Church

Updated: 12/14/2005 - A homemade explosive device was detonated this week behind the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness Church on C Street Southeast. A person saw a teenager building the device on Monday and called police.

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Traffic Concerns Addressed at Madill School

Updated: 12/14/2005 - The city of Madill is taking steps to ease concerns over heavy traffic around the Early Development Center. Although an idea to widen 12th Street was rejected, the city will pave a parking lot to give parents easier access.

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Hot Christmas Toys in Short Supply

Updated: 12/14/2005 - It appears there will be a lot of disappointed children Christmas morning. A lot of the most-hyped toys are in short supply. Toy sellers say they're running out of many gift choices beyond the X-box 360.

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Hugo School Bond Soundly Defeated

Updated: 12/13/2005 - A school bond election in Hugo was one of several area propositions soundly defeated Tuesday night. Out of 1,592 voters, only 18% said yes to the $6.5 million bond to build a new high school.

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Health Warning - More RSV Cases

Updated: 12/14/2005 - Health experts say they are seeing more cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus this year. RSV for short, the virus can be extremely dangerous for children, elderly and others with low immunity.

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Drug Bust Uncovers Separate Plot

Updated: 12/13/2005 - 12-13-05 - Kingston officers found more than drugs during a bust this past weekend. A former Quick Check employee is one of two people they have in custody, but they think there were more who were a part of this plan.

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Ardmore Trails Project Cut Short

Updated: 12/13/2005 - An Ardmore city project is facing a huge setback tonight. Phase-two of the town's walking trail will now have to be cut in half, because a big came in over the city's $600,000 project budget.

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Stuck Truck - Water Line Breaks in Denison

Updated: 12/13/2005 - A broken water line led to a stuck garbage truck in Denison Tuesday. It's the latest in a growing number of water line breaks that are blamed on an aging water system that's costing too much to repair.

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New Timekeeper for Ardmore Park

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Ardmore’s central park now has a new addition. Today the city unveiled their new clock tower on the northwest side of the park. t's a gift from the noble foundation to Ardmore to celebrate Oklahoma’s ...

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Federal Conviction for Howe Man

Updated: 12/13/2005 - A Howe, Texas man faces up to 20 years in federal prison for gun and drug charges. A federal jury convicted Mark Charles Larkin of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and being ...

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Kids Greet Soldiers Through Video

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Kids at a Paris elementary school are reaching out to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan through video conferencing. Akin Elementary teamed up with the Freedom Foundation, and now you can too.

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Church Fire Ruled Accidental

Updated: 12/13/2005 - A Bryan County church that was destroyed by fire last Tuesday night is now being called accidental. The fire marshall says an electrical malfunction at the Central Union Baptist Church likely caused the fire.

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Energy Bills Going Up in Oklahoma

Updated: 12/13/2005 - The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has approved a more than $42 million rate increase for Oklahoma Gas and Electric. OG&E spokesman Brian Alford says the increase will go into effect next month.

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Federal Funds Could Offset Wildfire Costs

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Governor Henry is encouraging fire chiefs of rural fire departments to apply for funding to offset the costs of fighting recent wildfires. Federal disaster funds have been approved for Garvin, Stephens ...

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