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Sherman welcomes new police officer

Posted: 07/10/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- The City of Sherman welcomed a new officer to the force this week. Chief Tom Watt swore in Officer Kevin Coveny on Thursday afternoon.

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Bryan Co. bridge closed briefly Thursday afternoon

Posted: 07/10/2008 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- A Bryan County bridge was closed Thursday afternoon to clean up some loose gravel. Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers say it happened around noon on the Konella Creek Bridge on Highway 70 two miles east of Durant.

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2 Marietta discount stores burglarized

Posted: 07/10/2008 - MARIETTA, OK -- Thieves targeted two dollar stores in Marietta on Wednesday night. Police say the Dollar General and Family Dollar stores were both broken into Wednesday night.

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Candid Discussion: Menopause

Posted: 07/10/2008 - Dr. DeAnn Strobel sat down this morning with Lisanne and Nicole to discuss the big "M." Menopause--what the change means for you and your family. From hot flashes to mood swings it seems like a never ending battle. Dr. Strobel discusses treatments and suggestions for the big change.

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Flood control dam completed in Fannin Co.

Posted: 07/09/2008 - FANNIN COUNTY, TX -- Last year, north Texas saw widespread, damaging floods, but Fannin County officials say they are now prepared and have a new tool to prevent similar flooding. A flood control dam has been completed south of Savoy, but not without many years of hard work and a lot of money. Daniel Gotera explains.

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Trailer home catches fire in Ardmore

Posted: 07/09/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- A fire at a south Ardmore trailer park made for tense moments for residents Wednesday afternoon. It happened at the View Pointe Mobile Home Park in the 1300 block of South Commerce around 3:45 Wednesday afternoon.

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Chevron responds to possible contamination at Ardmore Habitat for Humanity site

Updated: 07/09/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- After Ardmore city officials ordered that no construction was to continue at a Habitat for Humanity subdivision site in northeast Ardmore due to possible contamination, Robin Beal spoke with the company responsible for cleaning up any waste which may still exist from the pure oil refinery.

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Dallas man arrested in bank robberies

Updated: 07/09/2008 - OKLAHOMA CITY - A Dallas man suspected of robbing banks in Texas and Oklahoma has been arrested in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City police arrested 29-year-old Ryan Christopher Hitchins Tuesday night after a routine traffic stop.

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Fans needed in Ardmore

Posted: 07/09/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- The Salvation Army is collecting fans for Texomans who need help staying cool this summer. The Ardmore chapter says last year they gave away more than 300 fans to the elderly and to people with small children.

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Candid Discussion: Heart Disease

Posted: 07/09/2008 - Dr. DeAnn Strobel was in our studios again this morning for a candid discussion on heart disease. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in America. For men, the statistics are just as startling. Dr. Strobel discusses the warning signs and how you can prevent a heart attack.

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Possible contamination in Ardmore (Part 2)

Updated: 07/21/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- It was supposed to be a community for those of us who could use a helping hand, and Ardmore pulled together, eager to help. More than a year later, there is still no new community, and now we've learned that fears of toxic waste are threatening the entire project.

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Construction halted at Ardmore Habitat for Humanity site due to possible contamination

Posted: 07/08/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- It was the dream of one area nonprofit to build a subdivision, especially for our neighbors who need help the most. Ardmore's Habitat for Humanity broke ground more than a year ago on what was supposed to make that dream a reality. Today, the land is overgrown, and there is no trace of new construction. Robin Beal has more.

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Ardmore to add dash cameras to patrol cars

Posted: 07/08/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- The City of Ardmore is giving its police force added crime fighting tools, adding dash cameras to patrol cars. City commissioners agreed to spend more than $200,000 on more than 30 cameras Monday night.

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Gainesville skate park dedicated

Updated: 07/14/2008 - GAINESVILLE, TX -- After waiting for years, kids in Gainesville finally have a place to skate. Dozens of skaters, parents, and city officials, turned out for Tuesday’s dedication of the Forsythe Transportation Skate Park.

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6 departments respond to Sadler fire

Updated: 07/08/2008 - SADLER, TX -- Grass fires had half a dozen departments on alert Tuesday. Cross ties and burning creosote emitted black smoke that could be seen for miles. Stephanie Brletic reports from Southmayd at the American Cross Tie Walls on U.S. Highway 82.

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EPA responds to more hazardous waste discovered at Ardmore site

Updated: 07/08/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- A hazardous waste site in Ardmore is apparently worse than even the Environmental Protection Agency realized. A document posted this weekend said that not all of the waste can be removed at the site of the Old Imperial Refinery in northeast Ardmore off the 142 Bypass, and that has some residents we spoke with outraged. On Tuesday, the EPA responded. Robin Beal reports.

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Water to be off for some Bryan Co. residents Wednesday

Posted: 07/08/2008 - BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- If you use Rural Water District #5 in Durant and Calera, you better grab some bottled water Tuesday night. Your water will be turned off Wednesday morning about nine o'clock so they can tie in a new pump station.

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Proposal would bring world-class resort to Texas side of Lake Texoma

Updated: 07/08/2008 - DENISON, TX -- A private resort planned at Lake Texoma State Park in Oklahoma has been in the works for years. The City of Denison announced Tuesday a new development on the Texas side of the lake. Emi FitzGerald reports on their efforts.

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Candid Discussion: Migraines

Posted: 07/08/2008 - Dr. DeAnn Strobel stopped by our studios for a candid discussion on migraines. What triggers a migraine? What treatments are available for this debilitating type of headache. Is a migraine more common in men or women?

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Wives of Bower's murder victims speak out

Updated: 07/08/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- He's waited 24 years on death row, now it looks like Lester Leroy Bower, Junior will wait a little longer. Last Wednesday, District Judge Jim Fallon signed an order delaying the convicted murderer's execution, which had been set for next week. Now, the wives of two of his victims are speaking out.

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