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Sheriff's Lieutenant Gets Flowers, Apology

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - Fox News host Greta Van Susteren has apologized for her on-air criticism of the sheriff's department that arrested a man for probation violation after he saved four children from a burning ...

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Air Marshal Shoots Passenger at Miami Airport

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - A passenger who claimed to have a bomb in a carry-on bag was shot and killed by a federal air marshal Wednesday on a jetway to an American Airlines plane that had arrived from Colombia ...

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Oklahoma Tax Rebates By Dec. 12th

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - State Treasurer Scott Meacham says income tax rebate checks should be received by December 12th at more than one million Oklahoma households. Meacham said ...

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Scrap Prices Rise - Thefts Rise Too

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - Are you throwing money away? The price of metal is at an all-time high, but for those throwing it out there are those ready to capitalize. It may look like a pile of junk, everything from ...

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Rollover Wreck Injures Teenager

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - A Gainesville teenager was flown to a Dallas hospital after a rollover wreck near highway 82 at FM 1417. The wreck happened around mid-afternoon Tuesday on the west side of Sherman.

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Man Escapes From Courthouse

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - A drug suspect slipped out of the Marshall County courthouse Tuesday, moments after a judge revoked his bond and ordered him into custody. David Lee Bishop never reported to deputies.

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Third Ardmore Armed Robbery in Past Week

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An attempted armed robbery in Ardmore Tuesday morning makes three in just over the past week. Ardmore Police say crime usually picks up during the Holiday season, but it's never ...

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Tyson Begins Taking Applications

Updated: 12/07/2005 - 12-7-05 - Tyson Foods, Inc. has started taking applications for many of the anticipated 1,600 jobs that will be created by the opening of a new meat production plant in Sherman, Texas company officials ...

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Atoka Officer Survives High Speed Chase

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An Atoka Police Officer is lucky to be alive after a high speed chase late Monday night. It began just after midnight near Coalgate with a stolen car, and ended at Highway 3 and 69-75 right in the ...

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Two Major Fires in Gainesville

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - A busy night for firefighters in Cooke County as two major fires broke out within hours of each other, and one of them was fatal. A victim who was pulled from the house on the corner of ...

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Judge Upholds Charges Against DeLay

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Rep. Tom DeLay could face a trial early next year now that a judge has refused to throw out money-laundering allegations against the former House majority leader. Judge Pat Priest dismissed a ...

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Oklahoma Early childhood Program Praised

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Oklahoma's 4-year-olds have made dramatic gains in language and math skills because of the state's preschool program, a new study shows. Oklahoma's evaluation was part of ...

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Wind Chill Reaches Dangerous Levels

Updated: 12/08/2005 - 12-8-05 - The first arctic blast of the early winter season has sent temperatures plunging and traffic sliding as light snow and sleet cover portions of the ...

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Fire Guts Historic Home in Gainesville

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An historic Gainesville home is in ruins after being gutted by a fire while a ten member family could only watch. One of Gainesville's trademarks are their beautiful historic homes, and for two hour ...

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Death Toll Now 128 in Iranian Plane Crash

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An Iranian military transport plane crashed into a 10-story apartment building as it was trying to make an emergency landing Tuesday, ripping open the top of the building and igniting a huge fire.

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Home-Schoolers Ace Robotics Contest

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - 40 home-schooled kids from 3 local counties took top honors in a national robotics competition. The Texoma Home Educators Team competed at SMU against 60 teams from across the nation.

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U.S. Marshals Deputize Local Lawmen

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - Five law enforcers in southeastern Oklahoma were given special commendation this morning as U.S. marshal deputies. The U.S. marshals are the federal agency for tracking fugitives.

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Fireworks Ban for Holiday Season

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - The skies over Grayson County will be a bit less colorful this holiday season. County leaders initiated a partial ban of fireworks Monday due to extremely dry conditions.

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Bus Thieves Strike Again

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - An effort to help a friend move furniture could result in serious charges for two local men. One suspect has confessed to stealing U-Haul trucks from a Durant business, but bad luck ended the caper. Remember the thieves who ...

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Bryan County Jailers Looking for Raise

Updated: 12/06/2005 - 12-6-05 - After a weekend garage sale to raise money, the Bryan County Jail administration says they still have a long way to go. With a salary of just $950 a month, Bryan County Confinement Officers ...

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Henry Seeks Aid For 77 Counties

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Governor Henry is asking US Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns to expand a previously issued disaster designation to include all 77 Oklahoma counties because of drought and wildfires.

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TXU Employee Sent to Hospital

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A TXU worker is in a Dallas hospital after an accident at a Sherman substation. The incident knocked out power to parts of Sherman and left one man seriously hurt. When paramedics ...

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DeLay's Money Laundering Charges Upheld

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - A judge dismissed a conspiracy charge Monday against Rep. Tom DeLay but refused to throw out the far more serious allegations of money-laundering, dashing the congressman's hopes for now of ...

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Saddam: 'I Am Not Afraid of Execution'

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Saddam Hussein said Monday he was not afraid of execution and angrily dismissed charges against him at his trial in which a tearful witness recalled the torture of his relatives and seeing a ...

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New Orleans Evacuees Feeling Left Out of Rebuilding

Updated: 12/05/2005 - 12-5-05 - Civil rights groups representing Katrina refugees complained Monday that New Orleans residents and the black community are being left out of the city's rebuilding process ...

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