Updated: 06/25/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- The Antioch New Hope Missionary Baptist Church has been serving the community for a hundred years. Now thanks to the efforts from a restoration company out of Dallas, they are getting through the devastation to begin another hundred years of service.
Updated: 06/22/2007 - Governor Rick Perry has asked President Bush to declare parts of Texoma federal disaster areas. Federal disaster status means grants and low-interest loans could be provided to those in need of assistance.
Posted: 06/22/2007 - PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. -- An Ada man accused of killing a Tishomingo teenager last December will stand trial. A Pontotoc County judge has ruled there was enough evidence to bound Scotty Brooks over for trial on first degree murder charges.
Posted: 06/21/2007 - GAINESVILLE -- The city of Gainesville is still recovering from its worst flood in the last 25 years. City leaders say the road to recovery is not going to be quick.
Posted: 06/21/2007 - DENISON, Tex. --Flash flooding trapped one Denison woman in her minivan Wednesday night just south of Loy Lake Road on the Highway 75 west service road in Denison. Authorities say say the water on the service road was about three feet deep.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - DURANT, Okla. -- A suspect in a bizarre kidnapping case in court today stood accused of kidnapping a Bryan County woman, stealing her car, and throwing her in the trunk.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - COOKE COUNTY, Tex. -- This is just a glimpse of some of the destruction floodwaters left behind in Cooke County that county officials say could cost thousands of dollars.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. -- Damage in north Texas is expected to cost thousands of dollars. In Oklahoma, commissioners are facing the same chore-- estimating damage to roads and bridges.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - TOM BEAN, Tex. -- Several Sherman firefighters are now in the national spotlight for risking their lives to rescue two men in Tom Bean. Ryan Loyd met them and brings us their heroic story.
Posted: 06/19/2007 - SHERMAN -- Six people were hospitalized Tuesday afternoon for carbon monoxide poisoning. When the Sherman Fire Department arrived, they say they found high levels of the poisonous gas detected in the home.
Updated: 06/20/2007 - SHERMAN -- The cleanup started Tuesday in Grayson County. Many families in Sherman began the long process of sorting through their water-drenched belongings, looking for anything salvageable.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - SHERMAN -- Some Sherman nursing homes were forced to evacuate Monday morning due to high waters. Around 11 o’clock, dump trucks were the only vehicles able to wade through the flooded streets to rescue residents.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Heavy flooding swamped roads all over Grayson County, making them impossible to cross. Crews are working as quickly as possible to re-open those roads as the flood waters recede.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - SHERMAN -- A Denison woman was killed early Monday morning when she was trapped in high water in Sherman at Texoma Parkway and Highway 75. Patricia Beshears, 48, of Denison, was on her way to work around 9:00 Monday morning when her silver Jeep Liberty wasn't able to withstand the high waters.
Updated: 06/19/2007 - COOKE COUNTY, Tex -- With people literally clinging to roof-tops and trees, the search continues for a family that went missing in the waters. So far a five-year-old girl, and an elderly woman have been confirmed dead. Now nearly 70 different agencies are out to make sure everyone is accounted for after Monday morning's record high waters.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - Events across Texoma were held on Saturday, to commemorate this year’s Juneteenth celebration.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - POTTSBORO -- A deadly accident Saturday night in Pottsboro occurred just before midnight on highway 996 at Scott Hill Road.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - A two vehicle crash in Carter County sends three people to the hospital.
Updated: 06/18/2007 - When it’s warm and the sun is out, everyone wants to enjoy the wonderful weather. But increased foot traffic along with folks keeping their windows down could mean trouble.
Updated: 06/15/2007 - DENISON -- Denison police say they've seen more than a dozen home burglaries in the past month. One of the reasons for the increase could be that during the summer many people take off on vacation and don't take the precautions to keep their home secure.