Posted: 10:42 PM GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- Earlier this week, the Texas House and Senate unanimously passed bill that would slash the number of tests students have to take. Teachers and school administrators right here in Texoma say the time saved on testing would help them explore a new educational alternative.
Updated: 10:39 PM GRAYSON CO, TX-Students nationwide now have a new tool to fight bullying. A program just released by an education technology company allows them to report bullying incidents anonymously.
Updated: 9:03 AM ARDMORE, OK - Storms in Ardmore left damage in their wake early this morning. Firefighters and police were called to Pecan Creek apartments in Ardmore after midnight because high winds blew the roof off one apartment building.
Posted: 10:30 PM DENISON, TX -- 13 volunteers with Denison's Waples United Methodist Church Early Response Team headed south last Thursday, to clean up debris. It's the first time the team has been called out, and they say seeing the damage first-hand was heartbreaking.
Posted: 10:25 AM ADA, OK -- Angus McFarlane has been the scoutmaster of Troop 4 in Ada since 1967, and last week he became one of 55 scoutmasters to receive the prestigious National Scoutmaster's recognition in Irving.
Updated: 7:22 PM FANNIN COUNTY, TX -- Two Fannin County educators were arrested last week accused of abusing a special needs child. Police say the two instructors worked with special needs children through the STRIDE program at I.W. Evans Intermediate. It is there where police say the alleged abuse occurred.
Updated: 10:00 PM DENISON, TX -- Denison Firefighters say a water line has busted and some residents who live in neighborhoods from Juanita Dr. to Hwy 84 to Grand Pappy Point are without water. Crews are currently working to fix the pipe. Firefighters say the line could take until tomorrow morning to fix.
Updated: 10:41 PM TISHOMINGO, OK -- The Tishomingo Fire Department says one of their own was injured fighting a house fire Saturday night. Crew members say he suffers from minor burns and was treated and released from a local hospital.
Updated: 3:46 PM DENISON, TX -- Local emergency officials are preparing themselves for a busy lake season, and while they hope they don't have to put their life-saving skills to the test, Saturday they brushed up their skills for the real thing.