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Democrats Propose Emergency Gas Relief

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - State Senate President Pro Tem Mike Morgan is calling for a special session of the Legislature to suspend gas taxes for the last three months of the year. And Governor Henry says he's intrigued ...

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Congress Prepares to Send Emergency Aid

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - The Bush administration intends to seek more than $10 billion to cover immediate relief needs in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, congressional officials said Thursday, and lawmakers made...

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Bush to View Devastation from Hurricane Katrina

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - President Bush tomorrow will tour the Hurricane Katrina-devastated Gulf Coast region. He's asked his father, former President George Bush of Houston and former President Clinton to lead a private...

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FEMA Suspends Some Operations Amid Violence

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - Katrina's destruction is giving way to violence and anger in New Orleans. FEMA has had to suspend rescue operations in some areas after gunfire broke out. There was also a report of a shot being...

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Katrina Refugees Arrive in Texoma

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - With displaced Louisiana residents already in the Texoma area, the Grayson County Shelter for the homeless is readying beds for even more. Paris churches are already feeding dozens.

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25,000 Louisiana Refugees to Head to San Antonio

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - The state of Texas has agreed to take in an additional 25,000 Louisiana refugees from Hurricane Katrina and plans to house them in San Antonio, Gov. Rick Perry's office said Thursday.

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Superdome Evacuation Halted Amid Gunfire

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - The evacuation of the Superdome was temporarily disrupted Thursday after a shot was reported fired at a military helicopter. No injuries were immediately reported. An air ambulance service ...

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States Concerned About Reports of Price Gouging

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - Both Governors in Texas and Oklahoma say they're watching for price gouging when it comes to gas prices. With prices at the pump topping three dollars in some places, including Marietta, officials are...

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Hurricane Evacuee Names Newborn Bayshore

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - Hurricane evacuee Ashley Schexnayder wanted to do something to recognize the outpouring of gifts and kindness from the staff at Bayshore Medical Center so she named her newborn son...

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Shelter Overwhelmed With Donations

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - At least one shelter has been overwhelmed with food and donations for Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center in Longview is full of food and other donations...

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Texas Shelters Filling With Katrina Refugees

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - They lost their homes. Now some Hurricane Katrina survivors are losing their hotel rooms. The shortage of hotel rooms for Katrina victims is igniting already short fuses and increasing the pressures...

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War Protesters Leave Camp Near Bush Ranch

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - As Cindy Sheehan and other military families who oppose the war take their protest on the road after a 26-day vigil, a few demonstrators plan to keep camping out near President Bush's ranch ...

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Fire Damages Republic of Texas Headquarters

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - A fire has caused major damage to the south wing of the Republic of Texas headquarters. Five Republic of Texas members were in the building at the time and one man suffered severe cuts to his arms as he tried to escape...

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Married Lawyers Charged With Blackmailing Married Men

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - A pair of lawyers, married to each other, has been charged with the blackmail of four married men who had affairs with the wife. Ted and Mary Roberts, attorneys in San Antonio, allegedly used legal petitions and...

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Gas Hike - Customers Complain

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 9-1-05 - In just a matter of days, gas prices have gone from bad to worse to unbelievable. Prices at one Marietta station and another on Texoma Parkway in Sherman have already topped $3.20 a gallon.

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Staph Infection Spread at Denison HS

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - A small group of students is coming down with a very contagious skin infection at Denison High School. 7 football players and one volleyball player have been diagnosed with a Staph infection.

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Best Friends Gunned Down In Church Shooting

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Shock has turned to grief in Fannin County, at the scene of a deadly shooting spree Sunday night. It began outside the Sash Assembly of God Church where a pastor and a deacon were shot and...

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Credit Card Fraud - Suspect Caught

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Sherman police are crediting television viewers for helping lead to the capture of a credit card abuse suspect. They arrested Donald Green after viewers recognized him from surveillance video.

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Power Outage West of Ardmore

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Almost 10,000 people west of Ardmore were without power much of Wednesday morning and OG&E still doesn't know why. Power went out around 10am in parts of west Ardmore and the entire...

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Superdome Evacuated; Refugees Bussed to Astrodome

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - At least 25,000 of Hurricane Katrina's refugees, a majority of them at the New Orleans Superdome, will travel in a bus convoy to Houston starting Wednesday and will be sheltered at the ...

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Nine State Parks Targeted for Closure or Transfer

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will close or transfer nine state parks unless it finds about $2 million more annually in state funding, according to a letter sent to state leaders.

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Canada Prescription Drug Law on Hold

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - A new state law that would help Texans buy less expensive prescription drugs from Canada has been halted pending review of a complaint that the provision violates a federal drug import law.

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`Engineering nightmare': Water Keeps Rising in City

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Army engineers struggled without success to plug New Orleans' breached levees with giant sandbags, and the governor said Wednesday the situation was worsening and there was no choice but ...

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