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Teaching fire safety

Updated: 10/08/2007 - HOWE, Tex. -- Teachers learned the importance of fire safety in Howe this Monday morning. The Howe Volunteer Fire Department trained teachers and staff members, giving them hands-on experience on how to put fires out with an extinguisher.

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Former DA investigator accused of stealing drug money

Updated: 10/08/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. - An indictment unsealed in Carter County accuses a former drug task force investigator of stealing seized drug money and staging a burglary to cover up the theft.

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Fire at Sherman IHOP

Updated: 10/08/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- A fire at the International House of Pancakes restaurant in Sherman on Saturday shut down business for a short time. Officials say they believe the fire was caused by discarded smoking material left in an area where smoking is prohibited.

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Family First: Self-defense tips

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Nicole and Rick Arnold of Premier Martial Arts have self-defense tips for you and your family this morning on First News AM.

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Fire destroys mobile home

Updated: 10/07/2007 - BRYAN CO., Okla.--A fire Sunday afternoon destroys a mobile home in Bryan County. Fire fighters say it happened at 5:30 pm on Crowder Rd., northwest of Mead off Ranchette Rd.

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Revitalizing the "Daube" building

Updated: 10/08/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla.--A father-son team is working to breathe life back into Ardmore's Main Street. They hope to bring activity to the historic area. They are working on the old Daube department store building, a longtime fixture on Main Street.

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The state of the Chickasaw Nation

Updated: 10/08/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. -- Thousands of people gathered at Murray State College earlier today to hear Chickasaw Governor Bill Anoatubby's future plans for the tribe.

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Sherman Wine and Music Festival

Updated: 10/05/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- Fall is in the air, and it's a great time to get out and enjoy the weather and the several festivals going on around the area this weekend, but as Ruth Baker reports it's not all just fun and festivities…it's good for Texoma business.

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Fall Festival in Denison

Updated: 10/05/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- Organizers have already blocked off Main Street in preparation for one of their biggest annual festivals. Denison’s ‘Fall Festival’ kicks off Saturday at 7 a.m. with a traditional pancake breakfast.

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Scout badges recalled over lead concerns

Posted: 10/05/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - The latest case of Chinese-made products containing too much lead concerns the Boy Scouts of America. The organization says a painted, plastic badge commonly worn by some of its youngest scouts is being voluntarily recalled after a test revealed high levels of lead in the paint.

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Red River Rivalry fun

Updated: 10/05/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- The Red River Rivalry between OU and Texas kicks off in Dallas on Saturday, and fans are ready to go. If you’re looking for a great tailgate party, Ardmore is decked out for a good time. Todd Larkin has the details.

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Alternate route for fans

Posted: 10/05/2007 - If you want to skip all the construction mess going on in Oklahoma on Interstate 35 and head right down to Dallas without driving, we have just the plan.

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New JC Penney opens

Updated: 10/05/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- The new 83,000 square-foot JC Penney store located in Sherman Towne Center opened up on Friday. The store's not only good for shoppers with wider isles and a broader selection, it's also doing some good for the job market in Texoma.

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Bridge dedication to honor veterans

Updated: 10/05/2007 - CLARITA, Okla. -- There's a triple bridge dedication going on today in Clarita, Oklahoma, over the Clear Boggy Bottom Creek on Highway 31 about 14 miles west of Coalgate.

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Saving the old DHS clock tower

Updated: 10/05/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- The fate of the old Denison High School clock tower is still yet to be determined. City officials say they are still in negotiations with the contractor to see if the clock tower can be saved

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VIDEO BLOG: Homecoming mums

Updated: 01/05/2009 -
It's the biggest night of the school year for many....homecoming. But with the dances, the football games, and the kings and queens come those homecoming mums. First News reporter Emi FitzGerald blogs about this essential accessory for teenage girls.

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Mom arrested for child endangerment

Posted: 10/04/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. --A Sherman mother is behind bars for endangering her kids. Police say a tip led them to an apartment where they found three young children all home alone. Police say it happened around 7:30 Wednesday night in the 4800 block of Highgrove Drive.

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School zone speeds a concern in Pottsboro

Posted: 10/04/2007 - POTTSBORO, Tex. -- Some Pottsboro parents say they're concerned about the safety of their kids in school zones. They say the speed limit varies through town, which can make driving confusing.

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‘Shop with a Cop’

Posted: 10/04/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- The Ardmore Police Department started their Christmas fundraising by delivering lunch to Ardmore city employees. The Ardmore Police Department held their annual ‘Shop with a Cop’ fund raiser selling barbecue sandwiches for lunch at City Hall.

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Dickson High School honored

Posted: 10/04/2007 - DICKSON, Okla. -- A local school is honored to be among the nation's elite. Dickson High School was one of six in the state, and one out of 287 nationally recognized schools to receive the U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon.

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Sales tax issue in Tishomingo

Posted: 10/04/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. -- An important vote coming up for residents in Tishomingo. At stake is a sales tax increase which could fund much needed city improvements.

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Old Bells High School comes down

Posted: 10/04/2007 - BELLS, Tex. -- The walls of the old Bells High School came down on Thursday. Demolition started in the morning on the north side of the building.

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Beautifying Bonham

Posted: 10/04/2007 - BONHAM, Tex. -- The City of Bonham is destroying condemned homes in an effort to beautify the city. City officials say they are in the process of knocking down close to thirty buildings across the city that have been labeled a danger to the neighborhood.

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