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Perry Names Bush Ally to Texas Supreme Court

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - Republican Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday named attorney Don Willett, who played a key role in helping President Bush set up his faith-based government programs, to the Texas Supreme Court.

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Some Families Angered by Crosses at War Protest Site

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - Nearly 600 white wooden crosses in perfectly straight rows stretch nearly a third of a mile down the narrow road leading to President Bush's ranch, a sea of names in the grassy ditch beside...

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Texas Found in Violation of Medicaid Agreement

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - A federal judge has found the state in violation of an agreement meant to improve health care access for Medicaid-eligible children and young adults. Following a class-action lawsuit by San Antonio ...

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Military Interrogator Sentenced Tuesday

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - A military intelligence interrogator was sentenced Tuesday to two months in prison for abusing an Afghan detainee who later died. Spc. Glendale C. Walls II pleaded guilty earlier Tuesday to ...

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Texas Army Bases Being Realigned

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - The commission considering military base closures voted Wednesday to realign the Red River Army Depot in East Texas instead of closing it as recommended by the Pentagon. The Base Closure and ...

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Oklahoma Teacher Gets National Honor

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - Annette Dake expected she was going to film a morning school assembly when she walked into the gymnasium of Bridge Creek Elementary School here. Dake had no idea Tuesday's event was ...

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Restaurants Struggling as Gas Prices Rise

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-23-05 – As gas prices go up, the cost of going out to eat may also increase. Restaurants are paying more for food and supplies because distributors are paying more to ship the products...

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New Texas Laws Take Effect on Sept. 1st

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-23-05 - New traffic and criminal laws go into effect on September 1 in Texas. The following contains an abridged list of some of the changes that could effect you and your family starting next week.

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Gumm Named ORA's Legislator of the Year

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - Senator Jay Paul Gumm, D-Durant, received the Oklahoma Rifle Association's 2005 Legislator of the Year award at the Oklahoma Rifle Association (ORA) annual banquet Saturday.

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Antlers Convenience Store Labeled Arson

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - A fire at an Antlers convenience store has officially been labeled the work of an arsonist. Volunteer firefighters responded to the handy shop on Main Street early Sunday morning...

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Authorities Crack Down on Sign Stealing

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-23-05 - Some consider stealing street signs a practical joke, but authorities in Bryan County are hoping the consequences will make people think twice before stealing them again. Thanks to a tip from...

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Big Bend State Park For Sale?

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - State park officials are considering selling one-sixth of the flagship Big Bend Ranch State Park, the Austin American-Statesman reported Tuesday. Texas Parks and Wildlife commissioners...

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Dominos Pizza in Ardmore Robbed

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - Police continue to search for an armed robbery suspect in Ardmore on Tuesday. Just after Midnight, a man walked into the Dominos Pizza Restaurant on North Commerce. He held up a gun and ...

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New Texas Traffic Violation Laws

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - New laws in Texas could change how you take care of a ticket. Starting September 1, a judge will require any driver under the age of 25 convicted of a moving violation to take a driving safety course.

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International Enrollment Rebounding in Oklahoma

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - Declines in international student enrollment appear to be easing off at Oklahoma universities. International student enrollment began falling in the United States after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Texas Man Sentenced in Officer's Death

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - A 21-year-old Fort Worth man was sentenced Monday to six years in prison for his involvement in a high-speed chase that led to the death of a River Oaks police officer. Andrew Loyd Grams ...

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Grayson Auction To Offset Gas Prices

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - Relentless gas prices hurt us at the pump, but the effects spread into local government as well. Grayson County commissioners will host an auction Thursday, hoping it will pad the fuel budget for next year.

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Lee Calls for Return of Troops

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee visited the anti-war inspired "Camp Casey" near President Bush's ranch on Monday, lending support and words of encouragement to several families whose loved ones died...

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UT Murder Suspect Arrested

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - A University of Texas student charged with murder shot his victim before buying a hacksaw and mutilating her body with it, according to court documents filed Monday. Colton Aaron Pitonyak, 22, has been charged with intentional murder of ...

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Oklahoma Police Crack Down on Binge Drinking

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-23-05 - Assigning additional officers to keep an eye out for excessive alcohol consumption by students the weekend before classes start appears to have paid off for Stillwater police who broke up six ...

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School Bond - Where's the $$ Going

Updated: 08/23/2005 - 8-22-05 - Sherman voters will make a $77 million decision next month. The Sherman ISD is proposing their largest school bond ever to build two new elementary schools and make additions and ...

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KXII Viewer Tip Leads to Escapee Capture

Updated: 08/22/2005 - 8-22-05 - A KXII viewer alerted authorities to the presence of two dangerous escapees in Johnston County Saturday night. Two days later the Sheriff says a jailer's mistake led to the short-lived escape.

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Grant Awarded for Thomas Trial Costs

Updated: 08/22/2005 - 8-22-05 - Grayson County taxpayers won't have to pay for as much of the cost for the Andre Thomas trial. The county was awarded a $100,000 grant to offset the costs of the capital murder trial.

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OSU Player Arrested

Updated: 08/22/2005 - 8-22-05 - The off-season woes continue for the Oklahoma State football team. Running back Shawn Willis was arrested for burglary early Sunday after police say he broke into the home of his former girlfriend and threatening another person.

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Band Rocks Out of Texoma

Updated: 08/22/2005 - 8-22-05 – A Dallas-based rock band is about to take off up the charts, and three of their members hail from right here in Texoma.

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