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Wal-Mart Greeter Punched in Face

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-4-05 - An elderly female Wal-Mart greeter in Pasadena, Texas was punched in the face recently, but police are hoping a surveillance tape will lead them to the attacker. 68-year-old Shirley Barker was...

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Covenant Marriage Bill in Oklahoma

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-3-05 - Oklahomans could soon have another option for marriage – a covenant marriage, which makes divorce a much tougher option. Lawmakers have already pushed the bill through the House, hoping...

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Lighthorse PD Making Impact Across Area

Posted: 03/03/2005 - 3-3-05 - The Chickasaw Nation is calling their new police department a success after just a few short months on the job. The Chickasaw Lighthorse Police Department began late last year, but has already...

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Bogus Bills Found in Davis

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-3-05 - Authorities in Murray County say they caught two people red-handed with large counterfeit bills. William Pottorff and Michelle Roberts of Wichita, Kansas were busted at the Turner Falls Inn...

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Police Investigate Rash of Home Invasions

Updated: 03/03/2005 - 3-3-05 – Police are looking for a suspect who may be connected to at least six break-ins in Ardmore. Authorities are concerned the man may get more violent...

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Closing Arguments in Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 03/04/2005 - 3-4-05 – Doctors and friends testified Thursday in the capital murder trial of Andre Thomas. Written testimony from a doctor who treated Thomas after the murders described him as unusually calm, but wanting to live.

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School Lunch: Making the Grade

Updated: 03/03/2005 - 3-3-05 – A staggering number of children in Texas are obese. Lawmakers are now working on measures to keep kids healthy, especially in school, where up to 35% could be obese.

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Illegal? - Poker Fever Sweeping Area

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-2-05 - Poker, especially a form of the game called Texas Hold 'em, is sweeping the nation as well as Texoma. But just how legal is this new rage? No longer in smoky back rooms, poker is the new rage.

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Former PD Chief Charged

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-2-05 - The former Wapanucka police chief faces three criminal charges for crimes committed while he was on the job. Johnston County prosecutors filed the charges against John Bynum today...

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Sewage Runs into Area Lake

Updated: 03/02/2005 - 3-02-05 – While looking for holding tanks, officials at Lake Bonham found the source that has been polluting the lake’s water. Three small lines connecting to one main sewer line were discovered...

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Ringling Coach Improving - Still Critical

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-2-05 - A local coach seriously injured in a horse riding accident last month is doing better. Ringling coach Rick Gandy broke his neck and has suffered paralysis from the neck down ever since.

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Doctors, Brother Question Thomas Behavior

Updated: 03/02/2005 - 03-03-05 – The prosecution attacked Andre Thomas’ insanity defense with a two hour long cross-examination of the doctor who was on the stand for most of Tuesday. The doctor was appointed by the state to examine Thomas.

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Robbery Suspects Sought In Fannin Co.

Updated: 03/02/2005 - 03-02-05 – Fannin County authorities are on the lookout for two men who robbed an elderly woman in her home Wednesday morning. The two men entered the home on highway 78 in Boyd claiming to be repair workers.

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Local Student Runs for Mayor

Updated: 03/02/2005 - 3-2-05 – A candidate, running for mayor, may be one of the youngest in Sherman’s history. Grayson County College student, Will Blackburn, says he wants to run the city...

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Court Considers Religious Displays

Updated: 03/02/2005 - 3-2-05 - The question of whether a Ten Commandments display on the Texas Capitol grounds goes before the US Supreme Court. Opponents say the monument is an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.

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Fannin County Escapee Recaptured

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-1-05 - A man who escaped from an arraignment at the Fannin County courthouse didn’t stay free for long. Authorities captured Tedmy Ellis Tuesday night, just a few hours after he slipped away.

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State Doctor Testifies For Defense

Updated: 03/01/2005 - 03-01-05 - A psychiatrist for the prosecution was called to the stand Tuesday morning to testify for the defense. The doctor spoke of Thomas' suicide attempts, delusions, and strange beliefs that match up with previous testimony.

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Ruling May Lead to Freedom for Local Killer

Updated: 03/01/2005 - 3-1-05 - The US Supreme Court says the death penalty is unconstitutionally cruel for juvenile killers. That means Anzel Jones could someday be paroled for a Paris murder 10 years ago.

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Mother's Threats Investigated

Updated: 03/01/2005 - 3-1-05 – Sherman police and the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services are investigating allegations that a Sherman mother threatened to behead her own children.

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Search Comes Up Empty

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 3-1-05 - Denton County Sheriff's Deputies found nothing after searching 162 acres of land directly near the property of Charles Stobaugh. They were looking for the body of his wife, who has been missing since Dec. 29.

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All For Fun - Bomb Makers Plead Guilty

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-28-05 - Five months after pipe bombs rocked downtown Sherman, the two men behind the bombs have pled guilty. Federal authorities say Ed Kosanke and Chris Jones built the bombs for fun...

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Tax-Free Week Proposed In OK

Updated: 02/28/2005 - 02-28-05 – A proposed law from Ardmore’s Gregg Piatt would give Oklahomans a tax-free week beginning the first Monday in August. Texas already has a tax-free weekend, and it always brings a large amount

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Grayson Tightens Court Security

Updated: 02/28/2005 - 02-28-05 – Courtroom security concerns are coming to light all across the country after last weeks deadly shootings in Tyler. Grayson County has been working for two years on a plan that would revamp security in the courtroom.

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Fire Shuts Down Durant Industry

Updated: 02/28/2005 - 2-28-05 - Fire broke out inside a Durant industry on Monday afternoon, forcing firefighters to shut down an area around the Southwest Pickling Plant due to hazardous material concerns. The fire began around...

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Thomas' Defense Goes To Work

Updated: 02/28/2005 - 02-28-05 – The defense team of Andre Thomas began calling witnesses Monday as the trial resumed after a three day break. The defense is trying to prove that Thomas was insane when...

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