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Internet Chat Leads to Attempted Abduction

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-21-05 - Ardmore police are looking for a man who tried to abduct a deaf woman from outside the Ardmore public library. But the woman says she was initially approached...

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IESI Files Countersuit

Updated: 02/21/2005 - 02-21-05 – Attorneys representing the local manager for IESI have filed a countersuit against the City of Sherman. Last week, the city filed a lawsuit against IESI claiming they mislead voters with a petition last...

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Schools Prepare For Students

Updated: 02/21/2005 - 02-21-05 – Sherman’s School Board will meet Monday night to discuss preparation for the growth expected to result form the new Tyson Plant. Tonight, they will decide on a construction method and an architectural firm.

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Doctors Testify In Trial

Updated: 02/21/2005 - 02-21-05 – Week two of the Andre Thomas trial began with testimony about Thomas’ mental health leading up to the murders. An ER doctor from TMC who treated Thomas the day before the crime told jurors...

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Ex-Boyfriend Arrested, Bodies Found

Updated: 02/22/2005 - 02-22-05 - NORTHLAKE, Texas (AP) - Texas authorities say the man charged with killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her seven-year-old son has admitted suffocating both victims. Fort Worth Police Lieutenant Gene Jones says...

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Reich to Appear in Court

Updated: 02/20/2005 - 2-20-05- Months before they became teammates at East Central University, the lives of Joseph Tusan and Dennis Scales crossed. Ultimately, their fates would cross as well.

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Bodies Found in Johnston County

Updated: 02/21/2005 - 2-20-05- Investigators with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations say the deaths of two people in Ravia look suspicious. The bodies were discovered by a relative of one of the victims around 11:00 a.m.

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Voters Pass $20 Million Bond

Updated: 02/20/2005 - 2-19-05- Voters in Gunter, Texas went to the polls Saturday to make a $20 million decision. They turned out in record numbers and passed the school bond, which will help alleviate overcrowding in the schools.

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Texoma Native-- Nashville Star

Updated: 02/20/2005 - 2-19-05- The road to Nashville has been a long one for Calera, Oklahoma native Jason Meadows, who now has the chance to live his dream as a finalist in a nationwide talent search.

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Mother, Children Hurt in Crash

Updated: 02/19/2005 - 2-19-05- A mother, her two children, and a teenager were injured Saturday afternoon in front of Tom Bean High School when a pick up truck crashed into a car full of children.

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Flu Hits Oklahoma Hard

Updated: 02/19/2005 - 2-19-05- State health officials say cases of influenze and flu-like illnesses are steadily increasing in most areas of the state. State Epidemiologist Doctor Kristy Bradley says sickness levels in the past few weeks have quickly increased from sporadic to regional.

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Where Are They Now - Dale Jones

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-18-05 - The final stop on the “Where Are They Now” tour takes us to Utah, where Dale Jones now lives and works. The former KXII meteorologist bid Texoma farewell 9 years ago.

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Clinic Hit By Identity Thief

Updated: 02/18/2005 - 02-18-05 – An Ardmore medical clinic fell victim to a fast growing crime in Texoma. Criminals are turning to business records to take identities and money. It was first noticed when a physicians assistant...

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Two Fathers Testify in Thomas Trial

Updated: 02/18/2005 - 2-18-05 – The father of 13-month-old Leyha Hughes took the stand Friday in the capital murder trial of Andre Thomas. Brian Hughes never looked at Thomas as he testified about the murders of his girlfriend Laura and her two children.

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Legends of the Red - Bigfoot

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-18-05 - Most of America has heard the legends of Bigfoot - but some of those legends were born in southeast Oklahoma. In fact, the tiny community of Honobia is a hotbed of Bigfoot research and activity.

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First Alert Demo at Texoma Expo

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-18-05 - Keeping your family safe is First News' #1 priority, and now you can see our newest life-saving technology in person. The KXII weather team will be featuring First Alert during the Texoma Expo.

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Scam Hits Home: Don’t Be a Victim

Updated: 02/18/2005 - 2-18-05 – An Atlanta-based credit company announced hackers broke into their database and scammers are taking advantage of the problem. A local woman became a victim this week.

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Where Are They Now - John Holcomb

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-17-05 - John Holcomb is proof that hard work and patience can pay off big. The former KXII news reporter, who had a heart for sports, is now one of the top sportscasters in all of Oklahoma.

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OHP Investigates Former Sheriff

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-17-05 - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating former Pushmataha County Sheriff Elvin Flood. The inquiry surrounds dozens of missing files. The OHP launched the investigation on February 3rd.

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Medical Helicopter Lifts Off

Updated: 02/17/2005 - 02-17-05 – The Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service will now have a medical helicopter at their disposal. The Air-Med Helicopter is expected to help save lives in over sixty missions in its first six months alone.

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Thomas Trial: Weapons, Friend Highlight Day 3

Updated: 02/17/2005 - 02-17-05 – Day three of the Andre Thomas trial focused on the details of the crime scene investigation. The three kitchen knives used in the murders were shown to the jury...

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Bush Nominates Negroponte as Intel Chief

Updated: 02/17/2005 - 02-17-05 - WASHINGTON (AP)- President Bush on Thursday named John Negroponte as America's first national intelligence director, congressional sources said Thursday.

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Students Over-Dose at School

Updated: 02/17/2005 - 2-17-05 – At least four students in the Pottsboro School District overdosed on drugs during school hours. Two students from the high school and two eighth graders were rushed to TMC Wednesday morning...

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Bracelets Have Hidden Sexual Meaning

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-17-05 - Gel bracelets - which have been popular among teenagers for years - have a new double-meaning in some circles. They send a message about the wearer's sex life that some say is creeping into...

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Where Are They Now - Gene Lenore

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 2-16-05 - Gene Lenore made a return visit to KXII this week – nearly 20 years after he worked as an anchor and reporter for the station. Gene stayed close to the area though – now running Red River Productions.

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