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OSBI Raises Money for Overseas Orphanage

Updated: 08/03/2005 - 8-3-05 - Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation employees have pulled together and raised more than a thousand dollars for an orphanage in Azerbaijan. Several OSBI employees serve in the military ...

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A Night Out In Grayson

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 – A caravan of 18 Grayson law enforcement vehicles visited every town in the county as a part of National Night Out. The nationwide event allows law enforcement to get to meet local townspeople, and helps neighbors get to know each other.

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FBI Searches for Maysville Bank Robber

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - The FBI is looking for a man who robbed the First American Bank in Maysville Tuesday afternoon. A man about 25 to 30 years old entered the bank about 1:15 and handed the teller a note.

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Toddler's Face Inspires

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - A Marietta toddler survived a bout with leukemia recently, but his survival story is now displayed for thousands of drivers on I-35 to see. The face of three-year-old Tyler Kiser adorns a billboard in Lewisville for Cook Children's Hospital.

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Reich Appears Calm as Jury Selected

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 08-02-05 - Almost a year after an ECU football player was killed and another man was paralyzed. The man accused of the crime went on trial for murder and assault. Jury selection began on Tuesday...

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No Deaths in Toronto Plane Crash

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - There were 309 people aboard Air France Flight 358 -- and all of them have survived a fiery crash in Toronto. The Airbus jet skidded off the runway while trying to land in a strong storm.

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Sherman High Rated Unacceptable

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - Texas Education Commissioner Shirley Neeley announced this week that Sherman High received the state's lowest rating of academically unacceptable.

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Passengers safely deplane at DFW

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - Nobody was hurt today when the crew of an American Airlines jet noticed an electrical smell and safely landed at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

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Biggest Settlement Yet Involving Enron

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - The biggest settlement yet is being announced today over the Enron collapse. Houston-based Enron filed for Chapter Eleven bankruptcy protection in late 2001. William Lerach is a class-action lawyer ...

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Love County Drug Bust

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 – Authorities were busy this morning burning drugs they found in Love County. Last night deputies found eight six foot tall marijuana plants growing in a vegetable garden. Those plants were discovered at a home near ...

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Bush Signs CAFTA Free Trade Agreement

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - President Bush signed a hard-fought free trade pact with five Central American nations and the Dominican Republic on Tuesday, saying the measure would ...

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Fatal Plane Crash - NTSB Report

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - The initial NTSB report about last week’s fatal plane crash in Ada has been released. Harland Brent Stonecipher, 34, son of Pre-Paid Legal Services found Harland Stonecipher, was killed along with ...

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National Night Out

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 – The 23rd Annual National Night Out will be celebrated in Texoma today. It’s a chance for law enforcement officers to connect with their community, and a chance for people to get to know the officers in brown and blue.

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150,000 Kawasaki ATVs Recalled

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - More than 150,000 Kawasaki all-terrain vehicles are being recalled. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the 2001 through 2005 Prairie and Brute Force models can develop dangerous steering-control problems.

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Tishomingo Sewage Station Repaired

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - City officials in Tishomingo say a sewage station that dumped two million gallons of raw sewage into a creek last month has been fixed, but environmental workers still are worried about a wastewater system with chronic problems.

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Cause of Sunday's Fire in Healdton Unknown

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-2-05 - Investigators say the cause of a fire that destroyed a family business and home may never be known. The Sunday evening fire destroyed a pizza restaurant and the adjoining home of the restaurant owner.

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Vietnam Wall Memories

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-1-05 - The Vietnam Wall Experience left Denison one week ago but mementos left behind by visitors are now a permanent part of the city. Everything from flowers to photos were placed inside a tomb.

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Trash Dispute Could Earn City Money

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-1-05 - It’s been almost a year since the city of Sherman took over the hauling of commercial trash, but now with a lawsuit pending a new deal could be in the works that would pay the city for subcontracting its trash service.

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Inhofe Lobbies for More OK $$

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - Oklahoma could receive 32% more money in the new federal highway bill. The compromise version of the bill would earmark more than $2.8 billion for Oklahoma - nearly one-third more than before.

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NRA to Boycott ConocoPhillips

Updated: 08/02/2005 - 8-1-05 - The National Rifle Association announced plans to boycott ConocoPhillips on Monday because of its lawsuit to block an Oklahoma law allowing employees to keep guns. The issue took root in Texoma.

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Ada Murder Trial - Jury Selection Near

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - The 1st degree murder trial of a man charged in the death of an East Central University football player begins with jury selection Tuesday in Pontotoc County District Court in Ada.

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Pot Plants Destroyed Near Milburn

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 – Drug agents destroyed over 100 marijuana plants in southern Oklahoma last week. Drug agents found 68 plants near a creek outside Milburn during their annual flyover.

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Palmeiro Suspended for Steroids

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - Former Texas Ranger and current Baltimore Orioles slugger Rafael Palmeiro has been suspended ten days for violating major league baseball's steroids policy.

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Bush Bypasses Senate - Nomination Confirmed

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - John Bolton has a new job. President Bush today appointed him to be UN ambassador. The recess appointment dodges a Senate stalemate over his nomination, but will only last until 2007.

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Freedom Short-Lived for Escapee

Updated: 07/31/2005 - 7-31-05 - An inmate who escaped from the Mcleod Correctional Center in Atoka is back behind bars. Prison officials say 37-year-old Charles Snail escaped overnight, but K-9 dogs tracked him down around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.

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