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D.J. Jones murder suspect sentenced to 25 years in prison

Updated: 05/31/2013 - DURANT, OK-The case of the shooting death of former Denison High School football player, D.J. Jones came to a close as a Bryan County Judge handed down the sentence to the fourth and final suspect.

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New texting tool to help students report bullying

Updated: 05/30/2013 - 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.

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Winds, flooding damage Ardmore apartments

Updated: 05/30/2013 - 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.

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iMap Weather Radio smartphone app available for half price

Posted: 05/20/2013 - On days like today, every second counts. Be weather alert wherever you are with the iMap Weather Radio and The Weather Authority/News 12. For a limited time, our partners at iMap are offering their weather radio app for half price - just $4.99.

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Bonham housing units demolished

Posted: 05/17/2013 - BONHAM, TX-Several housing units in Bonham have been demolished by the Texoma Council of Governments after years of disrepair and residents said it's about time.

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Identity Theft: A Permanent Crime

Updated: 05/14/2013 - DURANT, OK-The Federal Trade Commission said ten million Americans fall victim to identity theft every year. One of them, a North Texas woman, struggled for months to clean up her credit and her reputation after her personal information was stolen last year. Victoria Maranan sat down with her and the investigator who cracked the case to tell us how you can protect yourself from this permanent crime.

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Gainesville passes its first smoking ordinance

Updated: 05/08/2013 - GAINESVILLE, TX -- Smokers in Gainesville will no longer be allowed to light up in certain buildings or even outside on some city properties and you could pay a hefty fine if you do.

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State officials listen to concerns on Pointe Vista development

Posted: 05/03/2013 - KINGSTON, OK-State officials listened to Marshall county residents' concerns about Pointe Vista Friday. The multi-million dollar development, set to be "substantially completed" a year from now, has been delayed. Residents and local lawmakers said the slow down will seriously impact the area economy.

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