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Construction on 75 in Sherman

Posted: 07/20/2007 - SHERMAN -- Drivers traveling along U.S. Highway 75 will see some construction starting on Monday. Workers will repair, clean, and seal multiple bridge joints along Highway 75 between FM 1417 and Taylor Street

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Oklahoma to have first tax-free weekend

Posted: 07/20/2007 - DURANT, Okla. -- Texas residents have enjoyed the benefits of the sales tax holiday for several years. In August, Oklahoma residents will get that same oppportunity. This year, thanks in part to State Sen. Jay Paul Gumm,Oklahomans will not have to cross the Red River in order to be exempt from certain items at the store.

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Hot check crackdown in Grayson Co.

Posted: 07/20/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Hot checks are costing businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars every year, and that's especially true in Grayson County. Now law enforcement is cracking down on offenders who aren't paying up.

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Malnourished dogs found

Updated: 07/20/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- More than a dozen neglected dogs found in Grayson County are not being taken care of by their owners. Now those responsible could face charges.

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Una Mae case growing cold

Updated: 07/19/2007 - SHERMAN -- There are new developments in the case of Sherman woman missing for a year. Police continue to investigate every lead in hopes of finding Una Mae Herd. But it looks like the case may be growing colder...

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An alarming trend

Posted: 07/19/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- An Oklahoma lawmaker believes drivers are doing more than just talking on their phones while on the road. Representative Paul Wesselhoft says sending text messages while driving is a growing but dangerous trend.

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State lawmaker wants bite law changed

Posted: 07/19/2007 - LONE GROVE, Okla. -- After a Tishomingo boy was mauled by a pit bull earlier in the week, an Oklahoma state lawmaker says it's time make pet owners more responsible for the actions of their dogs, and he wants to make pet owners felons if their animals attack.

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Unclaimed funds

Posted: 07/19/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- More than $120,000 of unclaimed money is in the possession of the Grayson County district clerk's office. It's money that belongs to local homeowners.

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Fire chief placed on administrative leave

Updated: 07/24/2007 - SHERMAN -- Sherman fire chief Jeff Jones has been placed on administrative leave. City officials released a statement Wednesday night saying allegations had surfaced and an interim fire chief was named on Thursday.

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Police impersonator in Anna

Updated: 07/19/2007 - ANNA, Tex. – Officials in Anna want to warn you about a police impersonator who's already pulled over at least one woman on Highway 75. On Saturday night, a Sherman woman was pulled over on Highway 75 near Mantua Road by a white, "police-type vehicle."

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Bogus check writer arrested

Posted: 07/19/2007 - BONHAM, Tex. -- James Dwayne Shelton, 49, who was wanted for writing numerous bogus checks in various businesses in Durant and elsewhere in Bryan County between 2000 and 2005, was arrested shortly after his photo was aired and posted on Wednesday.

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Horse adoption in Durant

Posted: 07/19/2007 - DURANT, Okla. -- Wild Horse and Burro Adoption is taking place at the Bryan County Fairgrounds this weekend. You can head out to Durant, on Thursday through Saturday for the Bureau of Land Management's Wild Horse and Burro Adoption.

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Easy-Bake Oven recalled

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Another recall has been issued and, parents should listen up. This one is for the Easy-Bake Oven. Hasbro Incorporated announced a voluntary recall on Thursday, saying the oven should be taken away from children under the age of 8.

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Children’s museum has new home in Denison

Updated: 07/19/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- Area kids will soon have a place to explore, learn, and have fun in the process. The Texoma Children Museum has a new home on Main Street in Denison.

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Recall on chili sauce

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Federal health officials are warning consumers to throw out certain cans of hot dog chili sauce after four people were hospitalized with botulism.

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Pit bull attacks boy

Updated: 07/19/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. -- A 10-year-old boy is seriously injured after being mauled by a pit bull. Residents in Tishomingo say this isn't the first time they've encountered dangerous dogs. Neighbors say they watched these dogs for years as they grew more fierce.

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Animal cruelty case in Grayson Co.

Updated: 07/23/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- A case of what appears to be animal cruelty has been uncovered. Deputies discovered up to 30 dogs inside an abandoned house on Hayes Road.

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Customers saving, utilities losing on water bills

Posted: 07/18/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Area cities are seeing a loss in revenue from all the recent rain. Water utilities are mailing out lower bills, which means lower payments for customers.

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Lodge doing well in Ardmore

Updated: 07/18/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Unlike some area resorts affected by flooding, the Lake Murray Lodge is still open, and all 52 rooms at Lake Murray Lodge and 56 cabins are still open and still bringing in plenty of business until plans with developers are finalized.

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Prosposed pipeline not sitting well with some

Updated: 07/18/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- A Houston -based company has plans to build a natural gas pipeline extending from Sherman to eastern Louisiana. But before they do, they need to acquire land, which in many cases, belongs to individuals who aren't willing to give it up.

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Watch for soap(?) on road

Posted: 07/18/2007 - ADA, Okla. -- A soap spill caused major headaches for commuters in Ada on Wednesday after a truck carrying the liquid spilled 200 gallons of the soap all over the intersection of Lonnie Abbott Highway and Country Club.

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Officials say Ardmore job-creating plans ongoing

Updated: 07/18/2007 - Officials say about $15 million sent to Ardmore in May for airpark improvements will pay off in jobs for the area, regardless of whether a Chinese automaker decides to locate an M-G plant in Oklahoma City.

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Teens in court, man wanted for murder turns self in

Updated: 07/18/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Two teenagers involved in the death of Steven Paul Goddard are expected to make their initial court appearance on Wednesday, and one suspect who was at large has turned himself in to authorities.

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More campsites re-open on Lake Texoma

Updated: 07/18/2007 - LAKE TEXOMA -- Water levels are finally going down on Lake Texoma on Wednesday. The spillway is below the crest level now, the 640 feet mark that eclipsed the spillway. Starting Wednesday, more campsites are opening. Juniper Point, Platter Flats, Buncombe Creek will all re-open this week.

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