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Citizen's Police Academy in Denison

Posted: 02/27/2008 - DENISON, TX -- If you have ever wanted to get a detailed look at your local police force, and you live in Denison, authorities are looking for you. Mystic Matthews has more on Denison’s upcoming Bi-Annual Citizen's Police Academy.

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The race for 336th District Court Judge

Updated: 03/02/2008 - With Texas' March 4th primary less than a week away, we look at the race for the 336th District Judge. This year, the winner of the Republican Primary is the likely November winner, since there are no Democrats running for the job. Daniel Gotera has more.

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Ardmore student brings BB gun to school

Updated: 02/27/2008 - ARDMORE, OK - An Ardmore fifth grader may not be allowed to return to class for the rest of the year after being caught with a BB gun at school.

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Repairing Lake Texoma campgrounds

Updated: 02/27/2008 - KINGSTON, OK - More than 200 hundred concerned business leaders and residents packed the Kingston High School gym Tuesday night. Almost all of them are asking what the State is going to do to repair Lake Texoma campgrounds.

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Local forum put on by League of Women Voters

Updated: 02/26/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX - The presidential race is one of several on the March 4th ballot in Texas. Tuesday night, the Sherman/Grayson County League of Women Voters held a forum for the public to attend and for candidates to state their positions.

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The effect of Oklahoma’s new immigration laws

Posted: 02/26/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Oklahoma's new immigration laws have gained a reputation as some of the toughest in the United States. On Monday, local businesses gathered for a seminar at the Kiamichi Technology Center to learn more about how those laws affect them. Stephanie Brletic has the details.

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Thackerville police chief speaks out after reprimand

Updated: 03/02/2008 - THACKERVILLE, OK -- Reports of a city council's decision to reprimand its police chief last week sparked controversy in the city of Thackerville. Now the chief is telling her side of the story.

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Preparing for summer tourism on Lake Texoma

Posted: 02/26/2008 - LAKE TEXOMA, TX -- While the winter chill is still in the air, it's not stopping preparation for summer tourism. Marinas hit hard by Lake Texoma's summer floods are now rebuilding. Emi Fitzgerald has more.

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Doppler radar could be coming to Bryan Co.

Posted: 02/26/2008 - DURANT, OK – Bryan County officials are taking steps to prepare all of Texoma for severe weather. Commissioners are asking U.S. Congressman Dan Boren for federal funds to buy a Doppler radar that would be placed in Bryan County. Emi FitzGerald has the details.

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Safe Family: Fires in North Texas

Posted: 02/26/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The wind and dry conditions have been causing grass fires to pop up all over North Texas, but carelessness also plays a role in sparking the fires. Ryan Loyd has the details in our Safe Family report.

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Fire burning on both sides of Red River

Updated: 02/26/2008 - BOKCHITO, OK - The strong winds that whipped through Texoma all day Monday were still going strong Monday night, and the wind fueled several grassfires on both sides of the Red River.

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Black History Bowl in Ardmore

Updated: 02/26/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- Middle school and high school aged kids from area churches took part in The Black History Bowl Monday night at Ardmore's HFV Wilson Community Center.

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Ardmore soldier killed in Iraq

Updated: 02/25/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- A recent Ardmore High School graduate was killed overseas while serving his country over the weekend. On Monday, friends, family, and the Ardmore High School campus are grieving over the loss of Micheal Phillips. Teddy Safo has the story.

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Jail issue heats up in Grayson Co.

Posted: 02/25/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Opinions are heated in Grayson County on a new county jail. County officials say they want to explore every option, while some say a jail near their homes should not be an option. Emi FitzGerald has the story.

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Thompson sentenced in Marshall Co. manslaughter case

Posted: 02/25/2008 - MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- The woman accused of a killing a Carter County Sheriff’s deputy Kenny Mashore's wife and child in a head on car accident will spend a year in jail.

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Fannin County Courthouse grant update

Posted: 02/25/2008 - BONHAM, TX -- Fannin County is set to receive money to restore their courthouse, but now some are unsure about whether the county should accept the money.

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Contents of time capsule unveiled in Ada

Updated: 02/25/2008 - ADA, OK -- Construction workers in Ada came across quite a find when they discovered a time capsule buried at First Baptist Church.

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Finding Hope

Updated: 02/25/2008 - SHERMAN, TX-- The world around us seems to become increasingly dismal as each day passes. News of more casualties in wars overseas and loved ones are lost to natural disaster, cancer, and events we can't control. It is so easy to become consumed with the negative things that surround us. So, through all this tragedy, where do we find hope?

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'Habitat' home welcomes family

Updated: 02/25/2008 - DENISON, TX -- Moving day is often filled with stress and excitement, but for one family in Denison, it was pure joy.

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Thackerville police chief reprimanded

Updated: 03/02/2008 - THACKERVILLE, OK -- Thackerville city officials have disciplined the town’s police chief for violating police conduct. City officials say this is not the first time the chief has been written up for violating the same rule.

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Hickory Ridge addition a welcome sight in Ardmore

Posted: 02/22/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- Those basics in life that we all need like food, clothing, and shelter all cost money, and while your civic leaders may not be able to do anything about the price of a gallon of milk or how much you’ll have to fork over for a pair of jeans, they can offer you a break on shelter, namely a new home for you and your family. Robin Beal has more.

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Domestic abuse in Texoma

Posted: 02/22/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- If you think domestic violence is a problem that doesn't affect you, you may be wrong. Statistics show nearly one-third of women in the U.S. will be physically or sexually abused during their lives, but area prosecutors, law enforcement, and crisis centers are trying to change that. Stephanie Brletic has the story.

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