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Another power outage in Tishomingo

Updated: 08/29/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. -- For the second time this week, folks in Tishomingo sat in the dark Tuesday night with no electricity.

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Grant for local law enforcement

Updated: 08/29/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Local law enforcement getting to help keep our communities safe, while staying safe themselves. Tuesday, Senator John Cornyn announced Grayson County will receive a $17,000 grant to provide authorities with bulletproof vests.

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Bogus check writer arrested

Updated: 08/29/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- A high tech thief was jailed after police say they caught him using a stolen credit card. Donovan Ray Heffron, 36, was arrested last week.

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Future of Ardmore's skate park

Posted: 08/28/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- It’s been more than three years since the city of Ardmore started building what they hoped would be one of the biggest skate parks in the state. But after two failed attempts at getting bidders, the city is now wondering if that dream will ever become reality.

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"Less Tears More Years"

Updated: 08/28/2007 - POTTSBORO, Tex. -- Two months after two fatal car crashes, the community of Pottsboro is left stunned, saddened, and looking for a solution. Now concerned residents may be getting some help from Grayson County commissioners.

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Gas prices spike up again in Ardmore

Posted: 08/28/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Gas prices are soaring again in Ardmore. The price for a gallon of regular jumped 10 cents overnight to $2.95 a gallon at some stations. Experts say that's due to the upcoming Labor Day weekend and an increase in demand.

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Gainesville toddler's killer loses final appeal

Posted: 08/28/2007 - FORT WORTH, Tex. -- Seven years after the murder of Gainesville toddler Jorden Saager, the woman convicted has lost her final appeal. Jorden was brutally abused and ultimately killed by her babysitter, Kim Stevens in 2001.

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NFL Alumni Tournament raises $156k for local charities

Posted: 08/28/2007 - POTTSBORO, Tex -- Local charities benefited from proceeds raised at the NFL Alumni Tournament Golf Classic held at the Tanglewood Resort back in May. Donnie Anderson, one of the founders, helped present the $156,000-check on Tuesday to local charities.

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Ada churches vandalized by graffiti

Posted: 08/28/2007 - ADA, Okla. (AP) - Police in Ada are looking for vandals who spray-painted four churches with graffiti. Police and the Pontotoc County Sheriff's Department says First Baptist Church, St. Joseph Catholic Church, First Presbyterian Church and Grace Christian Fellowship Church were vandalized.

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Marie Callender pies on recall list

Posted: 08/28/2007 - American Pie is recalling 1,440 cases of Marie Callender Turtle Pies because of elevated amounts of bacteria. The pies were sold in Texas and 15 other states at Kroger stores .

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Residents, city leaders at odds over additions in Sherman neighborhood

Posted: 08/28/2007 - SHERMAN -- Two dozen Sherman residents claim their Cleveland Avenue neighborhood will be ruined if duplexes are allowed to be built there. On Monday, Sherman leaders decided to allow that construction to continue, against the wishes of many concerned neighborhood residents.

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Sherman woman honored

Updated: 08/28/2007 - A Sherman resident was honored Monday for saving a woman's life. Representative Ralph Hall was supposed to present Teresa Early and the Grayson County Red Cross with the Presidential Certificate of Merit.

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Senator reacts to AG resignation

Updated: 08/28/2007 - DENISON, Tex. --A Republican senator reacts to the U.S. Attorney General's resignation. Alberto Gonzales told the President this weekend he was calling it quits after a number of controversial moves in Washington. Emi FitzGerald spoke with Sen. John Cornyn about the decision.

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Veterans honored in Ardmore

Posted: 08/27/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Residents in Ardmore honored some of the state's most decorated veterans today by inducting them into the Hall Of Honor in the Military Memorial Museum. Consisting of five veterans, Monday’s class was the largest group ever to be inducted into the Hall of Honor.

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‘A step forward’ for Fannin Co.

Updated: 08/27/2007 - FANNIN COUNTY, Tex. -- Seconds can mean the difference between life and death in an emergency situation. Now Fannin County responders may be able to quicken their response time, which could ultimately save lives.

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Senator visits GCC

Posted: 08/27/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- United States Senator John Cornyn visited Grayson County College on Monday. Cornyn toured the Center for Workplace Learning, observing technology wings and the health sciences center.

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Necklace shoplifter arrested

Updated: 08/27/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Police in Ardmore say they have arrested a woman that store security cameras caught stealing a $500 necklace from a local retailer a few weeks ago.

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Vick issues apology after guilty plea

Updated: 08/27/2007 - RICHMOND, Va. - Looking somber and speaking "from the heart," Michael Vick apologized Monday for "using bad judgment and making bad decisions" and vowed to redeem himself after pleading guilty to a federal dogfighting charge.

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Arrest made in Gainesville murder

Updated: 08/28/2007 - COOKE COUNTY, Tex. -- A man is dead after a shooting early Monday morning in Gainesville. The 29-year old was rushed to the hospital but later died from the extent of his injuries. Jeffrey Pointer (pictured) is in custody facing charges for the murder of Gregory King.

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Proposed budget allows jail more funding in Bryan Co.

Updated: 08/27/2007 - DURANT, Okla. --The Bryan County Jail that's been the center at so much negative attention in southern Oklahoma has been an ongoing challenge for county commissioners. On Monday afternoon, commissioners presented new budget proposal that would give the facility significantly more funding.

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Classes begin in Texas

Updated: 08/27/2007 - Bright eyed and bushy tailed, Texas kids headed back to school Monday. In a new law, state legislators mandated that public schools open August 27th with very few exceptions. This morning Ryan Loyd went 'back to school' with some students in Sherman.

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EOC training in Bryan Co.

Posted: 08/27/2007 - BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Emergency responders in Bryan County held a training session Saturday afternoon aimed at handling severe weather situations.

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U.S. Attorney General Gonzales resigns

Updated: 08/27/2007 -
WASHINGTON - Alberto Gonzales, the nation's first Hispanic attorney general, announced his resignation Monday, driven from office after a wrenching standoff with congressional critics over his honesty and competence.

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Getting Help for Back to School

Updated: 08/28/2007 - SHERMAN - Sunday morning, a group of Texoma children got the opportunity to stock up on some clothes for the upcoming school year, thanks to the efforts of one local organization.

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