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Parking changes in Sherman

Posted: 07/21/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Sherman city council members are meeting Monday night and parking changes are in store. Three locations will soon become no-parking zones, including Park Avenue at Crockett, South Montgomery, and on North Luckett and North Bledsoe.

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Fire destroys Healdton family’s home

Posted: 07/21/2008 - HEALDTON, OK -- A fire Sunday evening destroyed a Carter County family's home. Officials say it happened around 7:30 Sunday night at a house in the 400 block of Gulf Street in Healdton.

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Trial pushed back in Oak Ridge dispute

Updated: 07/21/2008 - MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- The civil case between Pointe Vista Developers and the Oak Ridge Property Owners' Association is now on hold until early fall.

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Sen. Jay Paul Gumm on Nick's Law

Posted: 07/21/2008 - Senator Jay Paul Gumm (D-OK) talks with Nicole about "Nick's Law", a measure that would require health insurance policies cover diagnosis and treatment for autistic children.

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Austin company offering free banners for returning soldiers

Updated: 07/21/2008 - AUSTIN -- An online sign company located in Austin, Texas, is offering a free banner to families who have a soldier returning from Iraq. Build-A-Sign.com said it would donate 10,000 customized 'Welcome Home' signs to military families.

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Man injured on Lake Texoma

Updated: 07/20/2008 - LAKE TEXOMA -- A man is flown to a Dallas hospital after an accident out on Lake Texoma. It happened a little after 5pm at West Burns Run on the Oklahoma side of the Lake.

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He can't speak, but shares a message

Updated: 07/20/2008 - DENISON, TX -- He can't walk or speak, but Sean Carter is communicating his message loud and clear. Carter spoke to a group of people at Unity Baptist Church Sunday night.

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Going green, saving gas

Updated: 07/20/2008 - CALERA, OK -- It seems like there's no way to get around paying higher and higher gas prices, but members of one local group say there is a cheaper cleaner way. Instead of filling up, they plug in. Stephanie Brletic has the details.

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State money helps give out smoke detectors

Posted: 07/19/2008 - COALGATE, OK - Fires are unpredictable, but there are ways to protect yourself, installing a smoke detector is a simple way to help make sure your family knows when they're in danger.

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The Great Duck Race

Posted: 07/19/2008 - SHERMAN, TX - Rubber ducks filled the Splash Park pool in Sherman Saturday all for a good cause and a local organization.

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Ardmore daycare worker cleared in child abuse case

Updated: 07/18/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- After allegations of abuse at a prominent local daycare operated by a church, the former employee accused in that case will not be facing charges. Robin Beal reports.

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New asphalt plant owners clear the air on Grayson Co. facility

Posted: 07/18/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- Last February, a then-proposed asphalt plant just east of Pottsboro caused plenty of concern among residents about possible health hazards. Today the plant is still operational under new management, and is now using a new system that owners hope will help alleviate those concerns. Daniel Gotera has more.

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Ardmore’s Foundation of Support

Updated: 07/19/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- It's an organization in southern Oklahoma that every family hopes they never need, but since the early 1990s, the C/Sara Foundation has been there when tragedy strikes. Robin Beal takes a closer look at a home grown non-profit group that is helping communities every day.

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Durant assistance organizations adjusting to tough economic times

Updated: 07/18/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Things are getting more expensive everyday, leaving many in need. Assistance agencies are also feeling the effects of hard times. Stephanie Brletic has more on what Durant groups are doing to adjust to tough economic times.

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Texas approves standards for Bible class

Updated: 07/18/2008 - AUSTIN - The Texas State Board of Education has adopted broad standards for Bible courses in high schools. Critics say the move gives teachers few guidelines to avoid a constitutional clash over mixing religion and education.

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Oil prices affecting Grayson Co. road repairs

Posted: 07/17/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The high price of oil is affecting aspects of everyday life, and Grayson County officials are feeling the heat. Officials received word this week they will have to pay 60% more compared to last year for costs to rebuild roads. Daniel Gotera has more.

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