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Prices For Some Flu Vaccines Raised

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 – The federal government is urging states to prosecute companies taking advantage of the flu vaccine shortage by hiking prices. Some vaccines are reportedly being sold for 10 times more than they should.

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Bond Not Lowered for Trucker

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 - A judge refused to lower bond for the truck driver charged with killing ten people in an accident in Sherman. Miroslaw Jozwiak has been in jail since September 20th.

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Texas Drivers Face Steeper Fines

Updated: 10/15/2004 - 10-15-04 – Texas drivers are now facing steeper fines for traffic offenses. A new program launched by the Texas Department of Transportation forces violators to pay an extra surcharge, on top of previous fines. Over 200,000 Texans owe money to the Driver Responsibility Program.

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Former Cop Heading to Prison

Posted: 10/14/2004 - 10-14-04 - A former police officer in Calera, Oklahoma is heading to prison after pleading no-contest to a dozen felony charges involving sexual abuse against minors and possessing child pornography.

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Recruiting Minority Teachers

Updated: 10/14/2004 - 10-14-04 - The Ardmore school district is hoping to recruit more minority teachers, and they’re asking the public for help. The district’s minority student population has grown over the past decade.

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Alternative to Flu Vaccine

Updated: 10/14/2004 - 10-14-04 - The flu vaccine shortage could have a remedy in Grayson County. The Health Department has received a supply of FluMist, the flu vaccine that is given via nasal spray instead of by injection.

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Two More Arrests in Blue Ridge Brawl

Updated: 10/14/2004 - 10-14-04 - Two more arrests have been made in connection with a brawl that landed two Leonard football players in jail last week. Friday, the players were arrested just hours before their football game in Anna...

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Flu Threat Serious in OK Nursing Homes

Updated: 10/14/2004 - 10-14-04 - A shortage of flu vaccine could mean more than half of Oklahoma nursing home residents don't get vaccinated this year. There are about 23,000 residents in the state's nursing homes.

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Candidates Battle Over Jobs

Updated: 10/13/2004 - 10-14-04 - When it comes to taxes, President Bush says John Kerry's rhetoric doesn't match his record. Kerry says the president's "lecture" on fiscal responsibility is like "Tony Soprano talking about law and order."

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Search for a Missing Mom

Updated: 10/13/2004 - 10-13-04 - A family is grieving over the death of a 15-year-old Ardmore boy last week, but they still haven’t been able to contact Brett Spells’ mother to tell her of his death. Dorothy Scott left the area more than...

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Church Victimized by Thieves

Posted: 10/13/2004 - 10-13-04 - The First Baptist Church of Gene Autry fell victim to thieves this past weekend. A church employee realized Saturday morning that the audio board was missing, along with several other items.

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US Desperate for Vaccines

Updated: 10/13/2004 - 10-13-04 - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it's taking every step to get an equitable distribution of available vaccine. The medicine is being sent straight to pediatricians, nursing homes...

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Racial Tensions After Fight

Updated: 10/13/2004 - 10-12-04 - A Blue Ridge woman who witnessed a fight on October 3rd is coming to the defense of two of the teenagers involved. Cyndi Gaddy claims they were both the victims of racism.

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Local Hero Loses Home to Fire

Updated: 10/12/2004 - 10-12-04 - A man who's been helping people for years has found himself in need of help. Hugh Stone’s house in Celina burned to the ground on Sunday. But it was more than just his home of 70 years...

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Georgia Fugitives Caught in Texoma

Updated: 10/13/2004 - 10-12-04 - Three inmates who escaped from a south Georgia prison over the weekend have been captured in Marietta, Oklahoma. The three fugitives were caught in Love County by local police and a fugitive taskforce.

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Students, Family Remember Plainview Freshman

Updated: 10/12/2004 - 10-12-04 – Close to 1,000 people attened funeral services for 15-year-old Brett Spells in Ardmore on Tuesday. Brett died early Friday morning, a day after the pickup he was riding in crashed into a tree on Plainview Road.

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Sherman Student Diagnosed with Meningitis

Updated: 10/12/2004 - 10-12-04 - Concerns over a bacterial meningitis outbreak may be unfounded after a Fairview Elementary student was diagnosed with the disease at a Dallas hospital last week.

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Players Arrested But Still Playing

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04- Leonard's athletic director is defending two of his players who were arrested Friday night but bonded out and played in the 2nd half of the team's game with Anna. One of those players scored the winning touchdown.

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More Counterfeit Bills in Ardmore

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 – A woman in Ardmore attempted to purchase sandwiches using two counterfeit $100 bills at the Love’s Travel Stop on I-35. Police have worked over 10 cases of counterfeit money over the last three months.

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Texas Bull Rider Killed in Hugo

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 – A bull rider from Houston, Texas was killed at an event in Hugo Friday night. EMS workers rushed the victim to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The bull rider suffered massive head injuries.

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Actor and Advocate Christopher Reeve Dies

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 - The star of the "Superman" movies who emerged from a paralyzing riding accident as a worldwide advocate for spinal cord research died yesterday at his home in New York state. He was 52.

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Decorated War Hero Welcomed Home

Updated: 10/10/2004 - 10-10-04- Specialist Bruce Himelright was the only American survivor after his patrol came under fire in Iraq in June. Sunday, the Fannin County soldier made a hero's return to Trenton, Texas.

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Rumsfeld Surprise Visit to Troops

Updated: 10/10/2004 - 10-10-04- For troops in Iraq, a possible homecoming depends on what happens after January elections. During a surprise visit with Marines there, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said troop levels might drop off if security improves.

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Durant School Gets Security Grant

Updated: 10/09/2004 - 10-9-04- Already recognized as having one of the state's best security programs, the Durant school district is getting a $100,000 federal grant to help beef up its security program.

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Five Straight for Sooners

Updated: 10/09/2004 - 10-9-04- Adrian Peterson decided to go to Oklahoma instead of Texas partly because of the way the Sooners always handle the Longhorns. This time, he was the reason for it. Oklahoma came out on top for the fifth time in a row, winning 12-0.

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