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Hundreds Find Refuge in El Paso

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - As the floodwaters rose around her 9th Ward home in New Orleans, Doris Causey tried her best to reassure her family. Causey, 59, and her daughter, Karen Cheneau, 40, were among more than ...

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Army Reservist Accused of Hitting Detainee

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - An Army reservist accused of hitting a detainee who later died in Afghanistan claims his is a case of mistaken identity. Sgt. Christopher W. Greatorex is scheduled to stand trial Tuesday on...

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Escaped Convict on the Loose

Updated: 09/06/2005 - 9-6-05 - Marshall County authorities say they were one inmate short on a headcount Monday morning, but they aren't talking much about the escape. KXII started getting phone calls and emails Monday about ...

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Police presence welcome at Astrodome, other shelters

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - Linda Jeffers' only belonging besides her clothes is a small black purse which contains her entire identity now that she's lost everything to Hurricane Katrina. As Jeffers makes her way through...

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Urban League President Thanks Houston for Helping

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - The president of the National Urban League thanked Houstonians Sunday night for taking in thousands of evacuees from his hometown of New Orleans and other Gulf Coast areas devastated by...

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Perry Orders to Fly Refugees to Other States

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - With Texas shelters reaching their limit of refugees from Hurricane Katrina, Gov. Rick Perry launched plans to fly some of them to other states that have offered help. With nearly a quarter ...

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Former Presidents Bush, Clinton Announce Fund

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - Former Presidents Bush and Clinton hope to relieve the suffering of thousands of Americans by raising money to rebuild and assist with medical services in three states hit by Hurricane Katrina

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Bush Nominates John Roberts for Chief Justice

Updated: 09/05/2005 - 9-5-05 - President Bush on Monday nominated John Roberts to succeed William H. Rehnquist as chief justice, and called on the Senate to confirm him before the Supreme Court opens its fall term on Oct. 3.

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Falls Creek Preps for Evacuees

Updated: 09/03/2005 - 9-3-05 - The Falls Creek campgrounds will welcome thousands of displaced victims of Hurricane Katrina. Normally home to youth groups for summer camps, Falls Creek could host up to 3,000 evacuees.

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Kimmel Caught After 45 Day Run

Updated: 09/03/2005 - 9-3-05 - A Sherman murder suspect who was on the run for more than a month was captured in Fort Worth on Friday morning. Michael Kimmel is accused of the shotgun murder of 18-year-old Gerry White.

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Texoma Accepting Refugees

Updated: 09/03/2005 - 9-3-05 - Refugees are already arriving in local cities and will likely be throughout the area by Tuesday. Ada, Whiteright, Gainesville, and Denison are preparing shelters right now.

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Airlines Begin New Orleans Airlift

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - The nation's major airlines said Friday they have begun flights designed to airlift more than to 25,000 people stranded in New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina. The evacuees will be taken to Lackland ...

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Guardsmen; Supplies Pour into Louisiana

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - Four days after Hurricane Katrina struck, the National Guard arrived in force Friday with food, water and weapons, churning through the floodwaters in a vast truck convoy with orders to retake ...

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Explosion, Chaos in Lawless New Orleans

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - An explosion at a chemical depot jolted residents awake early Friday, illuminating the pre-dawn sky with red and orange flames over a city awash in corpses and under siege from looters.

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Massive Damages to Gulf Coast Oil Companies

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - Hurricane Katrina damaged or displaced an estimated 58 Gulf of Mexico oil platforms and drilling rigs, according to the American Petroleum Institute. Among those, 30 rigs and platforms have been ...

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Refugees Arrive; Doctor Pleads for Help

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - For thousands of suddenly homeless Louisiana residents, it was an upgrade in domes, but not without more difficulties and uncertainty. Buses were running continually into parking lots surrounding the Astrodome on Thursday...

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Texas to Receive at Least 75,000 Louisiana Refugees

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - With at least 75,000 Hurricane Katrina refugees coming to Texas, Republican Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday declared an emergency disaster for the state, freeing up money to provide services for the storm victims.

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Reservists Help Ailing Hurricane Victims

Updated: 09/02/2005 - 9-2-05 - Raul Solis was a day away from his 26th anniversary when Wednesday's call came in - can you go to New Orleans and help with the thousands of people left sick and injured by Hurricane Katrina?

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First Aid: Texoma Helps

Updated: 09/03/2005 - 9-2-05 - Donors overwhelmed First Aid volunteers for 12 hours on Friday as they dropped of more than $27,000 in cash and checks. The donations are still coming in, and could top 30k.

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Local Soldiers Head for Katrina's Path

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-2-05 - More local soldiers are heading to Katrina's wake. Oklahoma National Guardsmen from the 180th in Durant and Ada are joining members of the 345th Core Support Battalion who left on Wednesday.

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Searching For Loved Ones

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - Katrina has split up several families including some right here in Texoma who are still waiting on word of their loved ones. Organizations like the Salvation Army are doing all they can to re-unite...

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Democrats Propose Emergency Gas Relief

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - State Senate President Pro Tem Mike Morgan is calling for a special session of the Legislature to suspend gas taxes for the last three months of the year. And Governor Henry says he's intrigued ...

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Congress Prepares to Send Emergency Aid

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - The Bush administration intends to seek more than $10 billion to cover immediate relief needs in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, congressional officials said Thursday, and lawmakers made...

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Bush to View Devastation from Hurricane Katrina

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - President Bush tomorrow will tour the Hurricane Katrina-devastated Gulf Coast region. He's asked his father, former President George Bush of Houston and former President Clinton to lead a private...

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FEMA Suspends Some Operations Amid Violence

Updated: 09/01/2005 - 9-1-05 - Katrina's destruction is giving way to violence and anger in New Orleans. FEMA has had to suspend rescue operations in some areas after gunfire broke out. There was also a report of a shot being...

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