Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-4-04 – Students at Piner Middle School in Sherman were evacuated after an air conditioning unit on the roof of the building caught fire. Flames broke out just before classes started and students already at school were evacuated.
Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-04-04 - The deadline to register to vote in the November election is Monday for Texans and Friday for those in Oklahoma. Registration is available at the county election boards, post offices, tag agencies or libraries.
Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Volunteers from Habitat for Humanity are helping a Sherman family move out of an apartment and into a new home. Sunday, Habitat broke ground on their twelfth home in the area and say the Hester family will move in in about six months.
Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Protestors have been a common sight at the Planned Parenthood in Sherman since it opened several months ago, but Sunday, a large group lined the streets, forming a prayer circle near the office on Texoma Parkway.
Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Scientists say the latest shakeup at Mount St. Helens means the volcano in Washington state is still getting ready to blow. A volcanic tremor lasted for about 25 minutes early Sunday.
Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 - Authorities say it'll take a while to determine whether remains found in a landfill are those of a missing Utah woman. A volunteer found what police say appear to be human remains in a Salt Lake City landfill.
Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 – A second lawsuit has been filed as a result of an accident in Sherman that killed ten people. Mike Martin and the parents of his wife, Lisa Martin, filed a lawsuit in Grayson County this week.
Updated: 09/30/2004 - 9-30-04 - An escaped inmate from the McCleod Correctional Facility in Atoka County was captured Thursday night. Steve Alen Price was on the run just over 24 hours after he escaped Thursday night.
Posted: 09/30/2004 - 9-30-04 – An argument between two in-laws lead to a shooting Thursday morning in Ada. At 7:30 a.m., a man was shot by his sister-in-law at a home in the 200 block of East 17th Street. The man was taken to a local hospital...
Updated: 09/29/2004 - 9-29-04 - The FBI is investigating whether the death of an East Central University football player was a hate crime. Special Agent Gary Johnson of the F-B-I says the agency will present the facts...
Updated: 09/29/2004 - 9-29-04 - A law aimed at stopping meth dealers in Oklahoma may become a model for other states. Governor Henry is encouraging governors throughout the nation to pass anti-methamphetamine...