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Truck Crashes Into Sherman Business

Updated: 05/05/2004 - 05-05-04 - A pickup crashed through a garage door at a Sherman business on Texoma Parkway around 1pm. Witnesses say an employee at Bright Brigade Oil and Lube accidentally...

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Prisoner Abuse - President's Spokesperson Apologizes

Updated: 05/05/2004 - 5-5-04 - President Bush says he finds abuse of Iraqi prisoners by U-S troops "abhorrent" -- and wants those responsible "brought to justice." But he's left the apology to his spokesman.

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Plea Deal Reached in Horse Neglect Case

Updated: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - A woman accused of neglecting several dozen horses this year in Murray County has reached a plea agreement that will keep her out of jail. Prosecutors cut a deal with Barbara Knight...

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Fighting Crime by Fighting Trash

Updated: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - A man in Denison is fighting crime by fighting trash. Curtis Madden owns the Rock – a local club in the northeast part of town. But after a teenager was shot outside his business...

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60 Years Later Vet Honored for Bravery

Updated: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - A World War II veteran from Bonham has been awarded the Army's highest honor, 60 years after earning it during the Battle of the Bulge. John Sperry was a private in the European...

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May is the Month for Motorcycles

Posted: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - As more motorcycle riders are getting out this Spring in Oklahoma and Texas, authorities are urging them to take extra precautions - including basic and advanced safety courses.

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Troops Staying in Iraq Through 2005

Updated: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - US troops will remain at their current levels in Iraq until the end of 2005. The announcement from the Pentagon to maintain troop levels at about 135,000 acknowledges that the situation in Iraq is more dangerous...

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Pain at the Pump - Record Highs

Updated: 05/04/2004 - 5-4-04 - The price of gasoline is at a record high in Oklahoma today. But Texas and Oklahoma still have some of the lowest prices in the nation. AAA Oklahoma says the statewide average is...

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Preventing a Tragedy - Free Gun Locks

Posted: 05/04/2004 - 5-3-04 - The Grayson County Sheriff's Office is giving away gun safety locks - free to the public. The program is part of a national gun safety campaign called Project Childsafe.

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Caddo Police Officers Fired

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 5-3-04 - The Caddo City Council voted unanimously on Monday night to terminate two police officers that were suspended one week ago. The council did not give a reason for firing officers Allen Golden and Bryan Gordon.

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Local Teen Charged with Rape

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 5-3-04 - A Bryan County teenager has been charged with raping a 13 year old girl last March. The District Attorney’s office filed the charge against 18 year old Gary Hurst Monday.

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Cold Case - Justice Slow for Paris Mom

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 5-3-04 - The murder of a Paris woman remains unsolved more than two years after the crime. But police say they do have suspects in the murder of Billie Anne Nelson.

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Hamill Recovering From Terrorist Captivity

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 5-3-04 - A hospital spokeswoman says Thomas Hamill is "doing good, very good" as he recovers from three weeks of captivity in Iraq. He'll be reunited with his wife on Tuesday.

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Nichols Defense Team Begins Their Case

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 5-03-04 - Attorneys for Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols have a big task ahead of them this week. Prosecutors have rested their case -- a 29-day presentation of reams of evidence, tearful testimony and gruesome descriptions.

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American Hostage Escapes in Iraq

Updated: 05/02/2004 - 05-02-04 - (Baghdad, Iraq-AP) -- A U.S. military official says hostage Thomas Hamill escaped his Iraqi captors and then led U.S. troops to the house where he'd been held.

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Ada Police Car Stolen, Recovered

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 05-02-04 - A car thief made off with quite a catch Sunday morning. This was no ordinary car theft; the thief stole an Ada police cruiser! But he didn't get far, pulling over and falling asleep along the side of the road in Pauls Valley.

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Elderly Man Beaten to Death in Ada

Updated: 05/02/2004 - 05-01-04 - An Ada family made a gruesome discovery Friday afternoon, when they went in to the home of 70-year-old Agustin Padilla and found the man dead. Authorities believe the man had been dead at last 24 hours before his body was found.

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City Buildings Battling Age

Updated: 05/02/2004 - 05-01-04 - Bonham firefighters say they've outgrown their old firehouse. They are battling faulty wiring and a crowded ambulance bay, not to mention a building with no central heat or air. Now, city officials are considering a bond issue to help pay for the improvements.

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New Police Chief Named

Updated: 05/02/2004 - 05-01-04 - After two months of searching, the city of Ardmore now has a new chief of police. City officials say they didn't have to look far for Jim Hughes, who has been acting chief since February.

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Storms Roll Across Texoma

Updated: 05/02/2004 - 4-30-04 - April went out with a roar Friday night as thunderstorms moved across the southern Oklahoma and north Texas viewing area. Power outages were reported, including a feeder line that went down in Sherman.

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Rape Alleged at Local Football Stadium

Updated: 04/30/2004 - 4-30-04 - Authorities may soon file charges in the alleged rape of a 13 year old girl from Caddo, who claims she was raped on school grounds on March 19th.

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Spray Paint Protest in Dickson

Updated: 04/30/2004 - 4-30-04 - A sign along a Dickson highway is attracting lots of attention. Hand-painted by a property owner, the sign takes a shot at the Dickson mayor and city council.

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Oil Slick - Tanker Truck Creates Mess on Highway

Updated: 05/03/2004 - 4-30-04 - An overturned tanker truck has emergency cleanup crews working overtime Friday in Pontotoc County. The accident happened on Highway 1, just south of Fitzhugh around 11:30 a.m.

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The Prosecution Rests

Updated: 04/30/2004 - 4-30-04 - After 29 days of testimony from 151 witnesses the prosecution in the Terry Nichols murder trial has rested its case. The trial in McAlester has spanned more than six weeks as the state tries to convict Nichols of 168 counts of murder.

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