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Ex-Inmate's Prison Rape Lawsuit Goes to Trial

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Attorneys were preparing to present their cases to the newly chosen jury in the federal civil trial of seven Texas prison officials accused of refusing to protect an inmate from rapes ...

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State Pulls Hospital Quality Report from Website

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Texas health officials pulled a hospital quality report from a state Web site after finding errors in discharge records that could lower some hospitals' death rates. The report posted by ...

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Students Grieve Lost Classmate

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - It was the first day back for Dickson High School students after losing one of their own in a car accident Friday night. 17-year-old Jordan Page was a cheerleader who was driving to a football ...

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Mayor Suspends Reopening of New Orleans

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - Under pressure from President Bush and other top federal officials, the mayor Monday suspended the reopening of large portions of the city over the next few days because of the threat of a new ...

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Sign Warns Pottsboro Drivers

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - A deadly car crash this weekend near FM 120 killed the second Pottsboro teenager in the last three weeks. Now, a sign has been put in at the intersection of FM 120 and FM 406 to remind drivers ...

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Wishing Well Makes Texoma Dreams Come True

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - Just pronouncing x-linked retinoschisis is hard enough for 9-year-old Dalton Testerman, not to mention the difficulty he has dealing with the effects of this degenerative disease. Dalton knows ...

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Johnston County Car Wreck Kills Driver

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - A deadly wreck occurred early Monday morning when a man's car hit a cow on State Highway One in Johnston County. It happened around 5:30 a.m. just south of Mill Creek.

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Six Flags Faces Buying Spree Hangover

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - Premier Parks went on a shopping spree in the late 1990s that would be the envy of any fun-lover. Among the items: Elitsch Gardens Amusement Park in Denver, Waterworld USA ...

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Football Provides Family Brief Escape

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - For the first time since New Orleanian Rochelle Hart and her family fled Hurricane Katrina's wrath for shelter in Houston, she didn't stand in line to fill out seemingly endless forms for housing, financial ...

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A Look at Evacuees Staying in Texas

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - There are 16,000 Hurricane Katrina evacuees staying in 145 shelters in Texas, according to the most recent figures from the state Division of Emergency Management. State officials say ...

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Inmate's Civil Suit Against Prison Officials Going to Trial

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - For about 18 months, a gay burglary convict was sold as a sex slave and repeatedly raped behind bars while prison officials ignored his pleas for help, he says. The ACLU sued on Johnson's ...

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Spellings to Announce Comprehensive Look at Higher Ed

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - America's system of colleges and universities is famously decentralized, producing experimentation and variety, but making it hard to tackle big-picture issues such as ...

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Mexican Authorities Investigate Three Killings in Juarez

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - Three killings were under investigation after a 13-year-old girl was found stabbed to death at home and two more bodies were discovered in a burned car in this rough border city, authorities said ...

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Cheerleader Killed in Car Accident

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 09-19-05 – Cheerleader Jordan Page of Dickson was killed Friday Night on her way to the Dickson-Sulphur football game. The accident happened around 7:30 on highway 199 near Providence Road.

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Choctaw Nation gives $443,911.33 to Red Cross

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - The Choctaws have come through in a big way in their effort to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina. Chief Gregory E. Pyle has presented a check for $443,911.33 to representatives of ...

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Staph Infections Spread Through Grayson County

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - KXII first reported several weeks ago about a group of Denison students who came down with a form or staph infections. Now it is spreading to other schools in Grayson County.

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Tests Reveal Honey Bees Attacked Pontotoc Man

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Average honey bees were responsible for attack on a Pontotoc County man three weeks ago. 84-year-old Joe Daniel was stung over 100 times by a swarm of bees while he was fishing ...

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National Day of Prayer for Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Americans across the country joined Friday in a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for victims of Hurricane Katrina, looking for lessons in the vast suffering and seeking the strength to ...

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Missing Ardmore Family Found in Houston

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - A family of five thought missing from Ardmore has now been found with the help of the Ardmore School District. KXII reported Thursday that 26-year-old Pedro Mata of Duncan had gone to visit...

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TXU Crews Restoring Power In Gulf Coast

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - TXU Electric Delivery crews are close to restoring electric service to a critical coal port, International Marine Terminal, in Myrtle Grove, Plaquemines Parish. International Marine Terminal is located

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Regents Approve Funds for Progress Portal

Posted: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Higher education leaders selected a vendor and approved funding Thursday to create a Web-based system in which students can track their progress toward meeting college entrance ...

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Texas Gas Prices Continue Falling

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Gas prices continue to fall below $3 per gallon as disrupted refineries and oil pipelines get back online after Hurricane Katrina, according to a weekly AAA Texas gasoline price survey ...

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Unlicensed Houston Doctor Indicted in Fraud Scheme

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - An unlicensed Houston doctor has been indicted on charges of signing preprinted prescriptions for motorized wheelchairs and subsequently cheating Medicare and Medicaid out of nearly ...

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Hurricane Katrina Evacuees Feel Slighted by President

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - A few dozen refugees who watched President Bush's speech to the nation about Hurricane Katrina Thursday said they felt slighted because he never visited the shelter where they're staying ...

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New Orleans Musicians Finding a Home in Texas

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - The Peaux Boys, a blues band formed out of two displaced New Orleans musicians, rocked a RiverWalk British pub Thursday night with sounds that made the Crescent City famous.

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