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Natural Gas Explosion Rocks Residents

Updated: 04/24/2005 - 4-24-05- A natural gas explosion rocked residents of Coal County out of their sleep early Sunday morning. A gas line exploded near Centrahoma around 2:00 a.m. No one was injured in the blast.

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WWII MIA Laid to Rest

Updated: 04/23/2005 - 4-23-05- An Oklahoma soldier missing in action for more than six decades was laid to rest in McAlester Saturday. Army Lt. John Hancock was shot down in WW II, but his remains were just recently identified.

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Sheriff Returns to Work

Updated: 04/23/2005 - 4-23-05- After more than a month on leave, Coal County Sheriff Roy Deck returned to work Thursday. Deck placed himself on leave during an investigation into allegations he sexually harassed an 18 year old dispatcher.

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Motorist Robbed at Gunpoint

Updated: 04/23/2005 - 4-23-05- A man who pulled over on the side of the road to fix his vehicle was robbed at gunpoint late Friday night. Sheriff's officials say it happened just off Highway 70 at the Jefferson and Carter County line.

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Mementos Lost in House Fire

Updated: 04/23/2005 - 4-23-05- A Carter County family is homeless after their mobile home went up in flames Saturday morning. Family members say they lost many family mementos in the fire and cannot find their pet cat.

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SOSU Softball Coach Charged With Assault

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05- The head softball coach at Southeastern Oklahoma has been charged with assault. Coach Ron Faubian is accused of hitting the sports information director at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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Moussaoui Pleads Guilty

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05- Alleged terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui pled guilty in a Virginia federal courtroom Friday. This came just hours after his lawyers argued that he is incompetent to plead guilty.

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Death Penalty Sought in Killing

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 - Seminole County prosecutors have filed paperwork to seek the death penalty for a man charged in the murder of a well-known Konawa man. Sonny Collinsworth is charged with first-degree murder in the August 19th shooting death of Silas Price junior.

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Fiery Wreck Kills One

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 - A south Oklahoma man is dead following a fiery one-car crash in Love County overnight. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Tyrone Carter of Burneyville was killed in the crash on State Highway 32 northwest of Leon.

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Conditions Right for Bird Watching

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 – Nature lovers are flocking to the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge as the first ever Red River Birding and Nature festival kicks off. Nature experts began providing tours Thursday...

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Accuser in Wendy’s Finger Case Arrested

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 - A woman who says she found a finger in a bowl of chili from Wendy's has been arrested. Police in San Jose, California, say she was arrested at her Las Vegas home last night.

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Technology Helps Track Storms

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 – New technology may help keep more Texomans safe during the spring storm season. Local emergency management teams in Carter County have installed a 360 degree camera...

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No Charges Filed Against SOSU Coach

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-22-05 – New details about an alleged altercation between a Southeastern Oklahoma State University baseball coach and player have been released by the school Durant.

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Search Called Off: Suspect Surrenders

Updated: 04/22/2005 - 4-21-05 - Rey Salazar turned himself into authorities Thursday afternoon. Salazar was wanted after fleeing from Pottsboro police on Wednesday night after an attempted drug bust and using his vehicle to ram a police patrol car.

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6 Americans Killed in Copter Crash

Updated: 04/21/2005 - 4-21-05 - There's word that six Americans have been killed in Iraq. Officials say they were killed after a helicopter was downed by missile fire north of Baghdad. The Bulgarian helicopter had been contracted by the US Defense Department.

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Schools Wait on Funding

Updated: 04/21/2005 - 4-21-05 – Schools across Oklahoma are in limbo as they wait for the state to determine the education budget for next fall. The legislature set their own deadline, but it has not been met...

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Students Deal With 2nd Tragedy

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 4-20-05 - Two fatal accidents in Carter County this past week have hit home for a 2nd grade class at Healdton elementary. One week ago a student in the class lost his father in a motorcycle accident. But that...

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Near-Drowning - Boy Pulled From Pond

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 4-20-05 - A 5-year-old Ector boy is in serious condition after rescuers pulled him from a pond. Jordon Abott was fishing in a pond near his home off north Main in Ector on Tuesday. Police received a call for...

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5 in Custody after Drug Round-Up

Updated: 04/20/2005 - 4-20-05 – Authorities in Marshall County say they’ve arrested five suspected drug dealers as part of a narcotics round-up. All were arrested early Tuesday morning after a drug sweep...

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Pope Benedict Reveals Plans

Updated: 04/20/2005 - 4-20-05 - Pope Benedict the 16th has laid out his vision for the Catholic Church. He was elected to the post yesterday after a brief conclave. And today, he delivered a broad message toward the end of his first Mass as pope.

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City Considers Pit Bull Ban

Updated: 04/20/2005 - 4-20-05 - City officials in Atoka say they're considering banning pit bull terriers because of recent complaints about dogs in the town. The city manager says most complaints are about pit bulls without leashes or in yards without fences.

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Bill Proposes Steroid Testing

Updated: 04/19/2005 - 4-19-05 - Alarmed by reports of performance-enhancing drugs in sports from the professional to high school levels, a state lawmaker called today for random steroid tests for Texas public high school athletes during the playoffs.

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Local Rescuers Remember OKC '95

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 4-19-05 - When a terrorist' bomb ripped apart the Alfred P Murrah Federal building in April of 1995, some Texomans were the first on the scene. Rick Clayton, an emergency rescuer based out of Ardmore...

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Bombing Victims Honored

Updated: 04/19/2005 - 4-19-05 - Children who lost parents in the Oklahoma City bombing today read the names of the 168 killed on the tenth anniversary of the bombing. Some 16-hundred people gathered for a ceremony...

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Fire Spreads; Destroys Two Homes

Updated: 04/19/2005 - 4-19-05 – Fire broke out early Tuesday morning in Marshall County, destroying two homes and forcing at least one family to flee for the lives. Dispatchers got a call for help just before 6:00 a.m. from the Buncombe Creek Mobile Home Estates...

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