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NFL Stars Come Out for Golf Classic

Updated: 05/06/2005 - 5-6-05 – NFL stars and local celebrities are teeing off for the Texoma Charity Golf Classic Friday afternoon. “Too Tall” Jones and other NFL alumni are taking part in the two-day tournament benefiting Winners for Life and other charities.

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TX Lawmaker Killed in Wreck

Updated: 05/06/2005 - 5-6-05 - A pall has been cast over the Texas Capitol after the predawn traffic death of Houston state Representative Joseph Moreno. The 40-year-old Democrat was killed when the pickup truck he was driving overturned near La Grange.

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Teens Roll-Up Sleeves for Denison Girl

Updated: 05/06/2005 - 5-6-05 – A 19-year-old from Denison, battling a rare lung disease, says she’s thankful for a group of girls trying to raise money for a life-saving surgery.

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Tearing Down to Build Up in Sherman

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-6-05 - A Sherman neighborhood is free of an eyesore after city crews demolished a house on Thursday. Neighbors had complained about the two-story home for years, claiming it had become a den for...

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Office Shooting - Murder/Suicide

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-5-05 - Police in Houston say a man has shot and killed two people today at an office complex, in what appears to be a murder-suicide. The shootings happened this morning at the Cameron Oil...

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Deadly Fire Ruled Suspicious

Updated: 05/05/2005 - 5-5-05 – Investigators are looking for answers after a deadly fire in Ardmore. Flames broke out early Thursday morning at a small apartment in the 200 block of 11th Street Northwest.

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National Day of Prayer Observed

Updated: 05/05/2005 - 5-5-05 - The National Day of Prayer is being observed today at the White House and at a variety of events nationwide. President Bush is asking Americans "to give thanks, each according to his or her own faith...

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Suspect Questioned in NYC Blast

Updated: 05/05/2005 - 5-5-05 - Sources tell The Associated Press a UN worker from the Netherlands was found loitering near the site of this morning's blasts in New York. Law enforcement sources say the FBI and police are...

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Hugo Teen Dies During Workout

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-4-05 - A Hugo high school student collapsed and died while playing basketball Wednesday afternoon. It happened during a final period workout in the middle school gym. Jr'Mario Mitchell was 17 years old...

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Local Teen Missing - Police Concerned

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-4-05 - A 15-year-old Dickson teenager is missing – after disappearing from his Ardmore home on Saturday night. Jeremy Edwards was last seen when he went to bed that night – the next...

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Punishing Mentally Retarded Offenders

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-4-05 - A Bryan County mother is upset with the Oklahoma legal system because the man accused of raping her young daughter will likely never serve prison time. Paul Edward Watts was a family friend...

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The Legend of Bigfoot - North Texas

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-6-05 - The legend of Bigfoot draws researchers from across the nation to the woods and hills of Texoma. One group has done exstensive research in the area and has some proof of the legend...

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Deadly Accident Blocks Highway

Updated: 05/04/2005 - 5-4-05 – A near head-on collision in rural Carter County Tuesday afternoon kills one man and blocks Highway 7 for over four hours. Troopers say a pickup, pulling a trailer, crossed the center line and collided with a four-door Buick...

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Tax Money Tug-of-War in Ardmore

Updated: 05/04/2005 - 5-4-05 – A Southern Oklahoma School is questioning the fairness of an economic development plan in Ardmore. The small school district of Springer depends heavily on local ad valorem tax money...

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Farmers Protest Perry Plan

Updated: 05/04/2005 - 5-4-05 - Rural landowners carried a protest to the State Capitol against Governor Rick Perry's Trans-Texas Corridor. Farmers and ranchers say the huge highway project will gobble thousands of acres of their property...

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Lawmakers Tackle Cheer Moves

Updated: 05/04/2005 - 5-4-05 - Legislation has been approved by the House that would bar risque cheerleading routines at high school football games. The bill would bar, quote, "overtly sexually suggestive" performances at school-sponsored events...

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Student Makes Columbine-Style Threats

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-3-05 - A sophomore at Leonard High School is facing a felony charge of making a terrorist threat after students say he bragged of a hit list and threatened to kill other students. It began last month, when he...

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Mayoral Candidate - DWI in Past

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-3-05 - Bill Magers, candidate for Sherman mayor, is addressing issues from more than a decade ago in the final week of campaigning. An anonymous person sent copies of court and jail records to...

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Red Cross Funds to Help Firefighters

Updated: 05/03/2005 - 5-3-05 – Thousands of dollars have been granted to the Texoma Area Chapter of the American Red Cross to benefit firefighters and victims of disaster. The Red Cross earned a $37,000 grant from the Regional Headquarters...

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BTK Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Updated: 05/03/2005 - 5-3-05 - The man accused of being the BTK serial killer has pleaded innocent to ten first-degree murder charges. Dennis Rader appeared in a Wichita, Kansas, court this morning, where a judge entered the plea for him.

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Lights Out for Fourth Celebrations

Updated: 05/03/2005 - 5-3-05 – The City of Denison decided to cancel the annual Fourth of July fireworks display at the council’s meeting Monday night. City officials said the football stadium is no longer an option...

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Blood Donors Rally for Sherman Infant

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-2-05 - A Sherman baby fighting for her life received some valuable gifts from Texomans. We told you about Alex Madison Booth on Sunday – born 2.5 weeks ago with a heart defect known as CMV...

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Massive Meth Bust - Children Involved

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-2-05 - Grayson County authorities are working what they call a large meth bust in a rural west of Sherman. Authorities arrested 6 adults and took custody of 5 children in the home. They raided the home...

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New Law Targets Meth Via Database

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-2-05 - Governor Henry today signed into a law a measure intended to strengthen Oklahoma's anti-meth law. The legislation establishes a statewide online database to connect pharmacies and help make sure...

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Army Private Pleads Guilty

Updated: 05/02/2005 - 5-2-05 - Army Private Lynndie England has pleaded guilty to charges arising from her role in the Abu Ghraib abuse scandal. If the plea's accepted by the Army judge, a jury of officers and enlisted soldiers will decide her punishment...

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