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Documents, cash, drugs confiscated in Sherman bust

Posted: 01/30/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Thousands of personal documents stolen by thieves, along with thousands of dollars in unexplained cash, was confiscated by Sherman Police. All of that and more was taken from a local motel. Mystic Matthews has the story on what officers are calling an incredible find.

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Grass fire in Cooke Co.

Posted: 01/30/2008 - COOKE COUNTY, TX -- Wednesday was another day of high fire danger here in Texoma. Crews from Callisburg, Whitesboro, Lake Kiowa, Gainesville, and Oak Ridge responded to a grass fire just north of Callisburg off County Road 122 and 159.

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Giuliani, Edwards bow out of presidential race

Posted: 01/30/2008 - WASHINGTON - The race for the White House narrowed abruptly Wednesday to twin two-way battles, party maverick John McCain the man to beat for the Republican nomination while the Democrats faced a historic choice between a woman and a black man.

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Former president, daughter stump for Clinton at OU

Posted: 01/30/2008 - NORMAN, OK -- An enthusiastic crowd of mostly young people turned out at the University of Oklahoma to hear former President Bill Clinton call on them to vote for his wife for president.

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Blasting the buzzards in Durant

Updated: 01/31/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Dozens of buzzards make a stop everyday in a Durant neighborhood, but some residents say the birds aren't welcome. Emi FitzGerald has the story of what the city is doing to blast the buzzards.

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Search continues for attempted rape suspect in Denison

Updated: 01/30/2008 - DENISON, TX -- Police in Denison are still looking for a man who attempted to rape a woman Saturday night. The victim says she was taking the trash out in the 900 block of West Acheson Street when she was attacked.

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Voting made easy for military, civilians overseas

Posted: 01/30/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY — Soldiers with the Oklahoma National Guard are busy getting adjusted to their new military roles in Iraq, but that won't stop them from voting in next week's primary election.

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Private school growing in Ardmore

Updated: 01/30/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- Oak Hall Episcopal School announced plans this week to start offering seventh grade classes for school year 2008-2009, and hopes to offer eighth grade curriculum the following year. The private school currently has about 125 students in grades pre-school through six.

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Giuliani, 3rd in Florida, close to dropping out of race

Updated: 01/30/2008 - ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, once the Republican presidential front-runner, isn't talking yet but could drop out of the Republican presidential race today.

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Sherman seeking firefighters

Updated: 01/29/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Fire season is here and no one is working harder to save homes and property than local firefighters. Right now one local department is short-staffed and needs to fill positions quickly.

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Strong winds fuel wildfires across Texas

Posted: 01/29/2008 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Governor Rick Perry today activated the state's Emergency Operations Center to help deal with Texas wildfires.

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Gov. Henry issues statewide burn ban

Posted: 01/29/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Governor Brad Henry has issued a statewide burn ban, citing high winds, dry conditions and a series of recent wildfires.

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Some water restrictions lifted in Lone Grove

Updated: 01/29/2008 - LONE GROVE, OK -- The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is lifting some restrictions for parts of Lone Grove that receive water from the City of Lone Grove.

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Car crashes into Cooke Co. Courthouse

Updated: 01/29/2008 - GAINESVILLE, TX -- One woman went for a wild ride around the Cooke County Courthouse square in Gainesville. Authorities say it started when she ran into a parked vehicle. It ended with her car having to be removed from a light post. Stephanie Brletic has the details of this strange story.

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Family, friends remember Sherman cattleman

Posted: 01/29/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Funeral services are set for Tuesday for a Sherman man that some call a pioneer of the Texas cattle industry. Lee Hudgins died Saturday at the age of 86. Some called him a pioneer of the Texas cattle industry, especially in Grayson County. Mystic Matthews spoke to friends and family of Lee Hudgins.

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Local company receiving national attention

Posted: 01/29/2008 - JBF founders Shannon Wilburn and Daven Tackett turned their big idea into a big business. What started as a small consignment sale in a living room in Tulsa in 1997 has grown into a multi-million dollar business that includes a franchise in Sherman/Denison.

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High winds wreak havoc across Texoma

Updated: 01/30/2008 -
Winds in excess of 50 miles per hour caused power outages, grass fires, structure fires, and collapsed buildings in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma throughout Tuesday.

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Southmayd police stay for now

Updated: 01/28/2008 - SOUTHMAYD, TX – The city council voted to keep the police force for at least six more months. City leaders plan to explore ways to pay for the force.

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Man receives 35 years for murder

Updated: 01/31/2008 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- Court records show Jeffrey Tyler has plead guilty to second-degree murder, and was sentenced to 35 years in prison.

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