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Ardmore Animal Ordinance Began Tuesday

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - A controversial new animal ordinance in Ardmore took affect today, but folks who still want their livestock in town aren't giving up. That ordinance forces all livestock out of residential ...

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New Medicare Prescription Drug Program Begins

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - The enrollment for the new Medicare prescription drug program began Tuesday all over the country, but after months of preparation, there are still plenty of seniors left scratching their heads.

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Sex Crime at Sherman Park

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - One man is in the Grayson County Jail accused of exposing himself to a woman at the bathrooms at Fairview Park Saturday morning. According to Police, a woman walked out of the ...

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Pilot Point HS Sends Students Home

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - High school students in Pilot Point were sent home early Tuesday, and the school is closed. The high winds in Texoma knocked over a power pole causing the high school to lose its electricity.

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Conditions Prime For Grass Fires

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Fall is back in the air Tuesday, but although the change of season may be welcome, it's also posing possible dangers. KXII received several calls for grass fires Tuesday morning, including ...

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Rice Helps Israelis and Palestinians Reach Deal

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Prodded by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Israel and the Palestinians agreed Tuesday on details for opening the borders of the Gaza Strip and allowing freer movement for ...

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Local Middle Schoolers Become Ambassadors

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Three local middle school students are getting a once in a lifetime opportunity to go overseas as the 2006 U.S. Student Ambassadors. This is something many children in the Texoma ...

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Rare Cat Spotted Near Lake Texoma

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Imagine waking up to find a mountain lion in your front yard. That's exactly what happened to one man in Little City, Oklahoma, on Monday. But instead of running off, the cat decided to stick around ...

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Overcrowded Youth Centers Cause Concern

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Juveniles in Oklahoma may be getting a second chance thanks to the crowded detention centers across the state, including one in Bryan County.

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Murder Suspect's Girlfriend Arrested

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Police have made a second arrest in the murder of an Ada High School student. Authorities arrested the girlfriend of Faye Sliger - 45-year-old Karen Dial is accused of helping Sliger hide his pick-up.

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Cold Case - Suspect Extradited to Oregon

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - A Tishomingo woman accused of killing her husband over 20 years ago is heading back to Oregon today. Today Corvallis-Oregon authorities are flying her back to stand trial.

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Bryan County Jailer Arrested

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - A Bryan County jailer is on the other side of the law after a weekend drug arrest. Ronald Rogers is charged with possession of methamphetamine. He was arrested by Calera police early Sunday...

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Gas Theft Leads to Crime Ring Bust

Updated: 11/15/2005 - 11-15-05 - Grayson County authorities believe they've broken up an elaborate identity theft ring, a husband and wife, accused of stealing mail right out of their victims' mailboxes.

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Ada Senior Finalist for High School Heisman

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - An Ada High School Athlete got quite a surprise Monday when she was named a National Finalist for the High School Heisman Award. Kayli Edwards was chosen among 14,000 students ...

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Shaken Baby Conviction

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - A Denison man agreed to a plea deal for shaking his own child and causing serious injury this summer. Jason Andrew Williams was sentenced to 20 years in prison for one count of Injury to a Child.

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U.S.-Led Operation Kills 50 Insurgents

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - U.S. and Iraqi troops launched a fresh attack Monday against an insurgent stronghold near the Syrian border despite calls by Sunni Arab leaders to halt such operations to encourage ...

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Regents Approve Land Lease for Woodward Campus

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - Regents have approved plans by Northwestern Oklahoma State University to lease 40 acres of land in Woodward to construct a permanent campus. Northwestern will construct a $2.5 million ...

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Pennsylvania Slayings Suspect Captured

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - A man wanted in a Pennsylvania double homicide and apparent abduction of a 14-year-old girl was captured Monday after a car he was driving crashed in Indiana following a police pursuit ...

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Cornerstone Closes It's Doors Early

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - KXII told you it was coming, but no one expected it to happen this fast. Cornerstone Products in Durant officially stopped production over the weekend. As KXII reported last week ...

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Manhunt Suspects Captured

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - Choctaw County officials caputured the man and woman who were the target of a manhunt since Sunday at 10pm. It began after a man opened fire on a Choctaw County patrol car.

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Deal on Gaza Border Crossings In Sight

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice urged Israelis and Palestinians on Monday to capitalize on the opportunity for peace and cooperation offered by Israel's unilateral pullout from the ...

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Lawmaker Seeks Opinion on Border Crossing Proposal

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - A legislator wants the state attorney general's opinion on a proposal to prohibit minors from crossing into Mexico without a parent, a move meant to prevent teenagers from going across the border ...

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Dallas Police Officer Killed in Shooting

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - A man accused of fatally shooting a police officer had threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and said if police became involved, he would "take them down," the woman's neighbor said.

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Historic Building Recognized in Ardmore

Updated: 11/13/2005 - 11-13-05 – Ardmore celebrated the 100th birthday of an historic building Sunday. The Ardmore Garden Center has braved tornados and time, but is still standing decades after it was built.

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Road Deaths Up in Oklahoma

Updated: 11/14/2005 - 11-14-05 - Public safety officials are urging Oklahomans to continue driving defensively on state highways, especially during the holidays. Officials say 640 people have died in traffic accidents this year and the number of deaths for November ...

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