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Bill Could Require Helmets for ATV Riders

Updated: 01/26/2006 - A proposal intended to reduce deaths and injuries to children and teenagers on all-terrain vehicles is being offered by state Senator Bernest Cain. The bill called The Children's ATV Safety Act ...

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Parents Face Neglect Charges

Updated: 01/25/2006 - Two days after their infant child died, an Ardmore couple has been charged with child neglect. 23-year-old Ricky Don Moore and 18-year-old Christina Upton were arrested around 7pm Wednesday night.

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Lawmakers Push Tax Free Weekend

Updated: 01/25/2006 - Oklahoma state democrats are proposing a tax-free weekend again this year, but local lawmakers say southern Oklahoma may have the most to gain. Oklahoma senators Jay Paul Gumm, Johhnie Crutchfield ...

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Sherman Mayor Denies Woman's Claim

Updated: 01/26/2006 - Sherman mayor Bill Magers denies a sexual harassment claim made by a former employee. On Wednesday, a Grayson County grand jury declined to indict the mayor on any criminal charges.

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Assisted Living Center Loses License

Updated: 01/25/2006 - A local assisted living center has been serving residents for the last fifteen years, but the end of the month could bring and end to their business.

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Officials Ask for More Fire Assistance

Updated: 01/25/2006 - The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management is asking that the wildfire disaster declaration issued by the federal government be expanded. President Bush signed a disaster declaration for 12......

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Alito Confirmed by Judiciary Committee

Updated: 01/24/2006 - The White House says Democrats who oppose Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito are guilty of "relentless attacks and distortion" of his record. The Judiciary Committee voted ten-to-eight on party lines to send Alito's nomination to the full Senate for a vote.

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Crime on Decline in Ardmore

Updated: 01/24/2006 - The Ardmore police department says crime is on the decline in their city. The crime rate from 2005 was down six percent from 2004. But not everyone believes the numbers.

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Bryan County Trying to Trim Inmate Pop.

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Officials in Bryan County are hoping to trim the inmate population there so they need to use only one of two local jails. But they say closing the county auxiliary lockup isn't an option.

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Shooting Sends Woman to Hospital

Updated: 01/24/2006 - A verbal dispute between neighbors in Denison ended with a woman shot Monday night. Police say the alleged shooter fled the scene, but they caught up with him a short time later.

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New History - SOSU Mascot Change

Updated: 01/23/2006 - 1-23-06 - Southeastern decided last Friday to change their mascot from the Savage to the Savage Storm. But with almost 80 years of history behind the name, SOSU is now tasked with changing nicknames.

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Lake Texoma Changes Make Waves

Updated: 01/23/2006 - 1-23-06 - A popular area of Lake Texoma is getting a makeover, but it will also force dozens of families out of their favorite vacation spot. Paw Paw Creek Resort, near Gordonville, will soon become a resort and golf course.

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Police Find Explosive Device, AK-47

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Ardmore police say a burglary in Carter County led them to a home off 2nd Avenue on Saturday, where they found an AK-47 and a homemade explosive device. Five people are behind bars ...

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Ardmore PD Investigates Child Death

Updated: 01/23/2006 - Ardmore police are looking into the death of a 9-month-old boy. The child died around 10:30am Monday at the Huntington Falls Apartment complex on Sam Noble Parkway. ER workers called police when...

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OSHA Fines Ardmore Company

Updated: 01/23/2006 - The Dollar General distribution center in Ardmore has been fined by a federal agency for key violations that led to the death of an employee. Dale McFatridge was working in hot conditions when he died of ...

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Pottsboro City Manager Resigns

Updated: 01/23/2006 - The city manager of Pottsboro has resigned his post with the city. Jerry Guillory submitted his letter of resignation on Friday. In the letter, he stated "I feel that due to the differences in direction, needs of the...

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Boy Shoots Toddler Brother

Updated: 01/23/2006 - A Fannin County toddler died Sunday after he was shot by his seven-year-old brother. It happened on Sunday at a rural home near Leonard. Deputies believe the older boy accidentally fired the .22 caliber rifle.

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New Attack Plan in War on Meth

Updated: 01/23/2006 - A new crack down on methamphetamine manufacturing and abuse will be announced by state lawmakers today. Oklahoma already leads the nation in laws designed to crack down on meth production.

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Benefit Held for Injured Veterinarian

Updated: 01/22/2006 - Three weeks since fires devastated parts of Montague County, hundreds gathered to support a Saint Jo veterinarian critically injured while trying to rescue animals during out-of-control brush fires.

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Burn Ban Still in Effect

Updated: 01/22/2006 - Fire officials say Sunday’s soaking does not mean the burn ban will be lifted. Since November, thousands of acres have been scorched by wildfires and it could take more than an inch or two of rain to lift the...

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Deadly Train Accident in Gainesville

Updated: 01/20/2006 - Officials say a fatal accident involving a pedestrian and the Heartland Flyer in Gainesville caused a three hour delay in the Amtrak train's return Friday night. The train was leaving when it hit a bicycle.

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2nd Double Fatality in Garvin Co.

Updated: 01/21/2006 - A second double fatality accident has been reported in Garvin County. Two people died around 6:45 p.m. Friday night on State Highway 19. Hours earlier, two Wynnewood teenagers died in a pick-up accident Friday afternoon on state highway 29.

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Friend of OKC Bombers Released from Prison

Updated: 01/20/2006 - The prosecution's star witness in the Oklahoma City bombing trials is now a free man. The attorney for Michael Fortier says Fortier was set free from an undisclosed prison on Friday.

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Atoka Mom Faces Felony Charges

Updated: 01/20/2006 - An Atoka woman is at the center of allegations that she gave alcohol to teenagers and made lewd comments to them. Facing felony charges, Freda Durant claims she's a victim of religious discrimination.

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