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Local Governments Collect Lost Money

Updated: 07/14/2005 - 7-14-05 - Texas cities and counties are sitting on a gold mine: thousands of tickets and fines haven’t been paid, prompting local governments to take a proactive approach on collection.

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Suspected Gunman Still at Large

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-14-05 - The teenager police suspect of shooting another man during an argument in Sherman on Wednesday is still at large. Witnesses say Michael Kimmel killed 18-year-old Gerry Wayne White with a shotgun.

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Loaded Gun Found Near Interstate 35

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 - A mentally challenged worker found a loaded handgun on Tuesday while picking up trash along I-35. A group of employees from Sunshine Industries was working in Love County when it happened.

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Grandma Arrested for Drug Dealing

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 - Pontotoc County authorities arrested a 59-year-old Ada grandmother on charges of dealing the drug Oxycontin out of her home. Agents raided the home of Doane Mae Balthrop on Tuesday.

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Supreme Court Justice Hospitalized

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 - A Supreme Court spokeswoman says Chief Justice William Rehnquist has been hospitalized for a fever. Rehnquist has been undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer since last fall.

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Assault Rifle Attack on Local Home

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 – A Gainesville man is accused of using an assault-style rifle to open fire on a Cooke County home Wednesday morning, killing Melvin Jay Tamplin. Deputies suspect it was part of an on-going feud.

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Water Restrictions Remain in Effect

Updated: 07/14/2005 - 7-14-05 - A broken water main is now fixed at a Dallas-area treatment plant. But officials are still asking water users in 15 Collin and Denton county cities to be stingy with their water use until the water tanks can refill.

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Child Dies after Jumping from ATV

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 – A 10-year-old child is dead after he jumped from the side of the ATV he was riding on Tuesday night in Love County. It is raising new questions about why Oklahoma nor Texas have ATV helmet laws.

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Too Many Children Wait on Foster Homes

Updated: 07/13/2005 - 7-13-05 – The number of children needing foster care in North Texas is on the rise, while foster homes are few and far between, leading Family and Protective Services to make a plea for parents across the region.

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Launch Scrubbed - Next Try Saturday

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-13-05 - NASA officials say the problem with a fuel tank sensor that scrubbed today's shuttle launch has been plaguing them since April. They hope to try for a launch on Saturday.

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Elderly, Quadriplegic Man Neglected

Updated: 07/12/2005 - 6-12-05 – Pottsboro Police are investigating a case of elderly neglect. A 65-year-old man was found stuck in a ditch on Texas St. Monday afternoon. He was a quadriplegic, diabetic, and had apparently been without food and water for days.

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Drug Dog Memorialized

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - Dozens of law enforcement officers gathered to remember one of Murray County's bravest deputies on Tuesday morning. Many area departments took turns saying to goodbye to Czar at a memorial service.

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Revitalizing Sherman Main Street Program

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - The city of Sherman is working to bring the Main Street program back to the downtown area. It ended in 1998 after a five-year run, but its return could spell increases in state funding and grants.

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SOSU & GCC Offer Combined Degree

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - Two local colleges announced a partnership today that will stretch across state lines. The presidents of Grayson County College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University were in Denison today.

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Hwy 70 Expansion Delayed

Updated: 07/12/2005 - 7-12-05 - The Highway 70 expansion project from the Madill city limits to the Texoma State Lodge has been in the works for years. But it may be years down the road before it continues.

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Drowning on Lake Texoma

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - The Oklahoma Lake Patrol recovered the body of a drowning victim around 5:15pm Tuesday in waters off East Burns Run near Cartwright, Oklahoma. They'd been looking for Cleto Sarmiento Sanchez.

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Local Soldier Gets Bronze Star

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - An Army officer from Paris, Texas has been awarded one of the military's highest honors. 1st Lieutenant Joseph Whelchel is a medic in Iraq, where's he's helped 1,000 wounded soldiers.

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Discovery Gets Green Light for Launch

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-12-05 - NASA officials have given the green light for the launch of the space shuttle Discovery - the first flight since the Columbia disaster 2.5 years ago. But Denison's mayor will have a front row seat.

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Police Search for Pepper Spray Attacker

Updated: 07/12/2005 - 7-12-05 – Police officers in Ardmore are looking for a man who pushed his way into a home on K Street Northwest and pepper-sprayed two people Monday evening...

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Kids Plan Car Wash to Save a Life

Updated: 07/12/2005 - 7-12-05 – Summer camp is built around fun, but a group of Sherman 5th and 6th graders are working, instead of playing, to help a fellow camper’s father who has cancer.

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Missing Toddler Found Safe

Updated: 07/12/2005 - 6-11-05 – An 18-month-old boy was missing in Ardmore for about 15 minutes before being spotted by a stranger in a parking lot. Tashon Harris was following after his mother when he walked out of his grandmother’s house alone.

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New Shopping Development in Sherman

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-11-05 - The growth around Sherman Town Center is spawning another shopping center nearby. Known as Creed Canyon, the 29 acres could soon be home to shops, restaurants and a health club.

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Historic Landmark Burns in Southern OK

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-11-05 - A 120-year-old building in Dougherty burned down Monday morning. The two story building was a landmark in the small Murray County town and had served as a post office and movie theater.

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Grandma Uses Cane to Stop Crook

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-11-05 - An 84-year-old Ardmore grandmother got the best of a burglar who was attacking her son. Sallie Marris his the crook so hard on the head with her cane, that it bent the bottom of the metal cane.

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City Councilman Heading to Iraq

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-11-05 - A Sherman city councilman is taking a leave of absence to go to Iraq. Steve Jonse is volunteering to go for his company, a defense contractor. He'll work on a military base equipping support systems.

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