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Palmeiro Suspended for Steroids

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - Former Texas Ranger and current Baltimore Orioles slugger Rafael Palmeiro has been suspended ten days for violating major league baseball's steroids policy.

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Bush Bypasses Senate - Nomination Confirmed

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - John Bolton has a new job. President Bush today appointed him to be UN ambassador. The recess appointment dodges a Senate stalemate over his nomination, but will only last until 2007.

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Funeral Set for Sherman Pilot

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 8-1-05 - Funeral plans have been set for 52-year-old David Estes of Sherman, who was killed Saturday afternoon when the small plane he was piloting crashed into the waters of Lake Texoma.

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Moving to Mornings - Lisanne to Anchor FN AM

Updated: 07/29/2005 - After 8 years as anchor of First News at 6 & 10, KXII anchor Lisanne Anderson will now be anchoring the area’s most-watched local morning show – First News A.M.

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Bikes Could Lead to "Pipe" Robber

Updated: 07/31/2005 - 7-31-05 – Ardmore police are looking for the man who robbed Lasley's One Stop convenience store Friday morning. This weekend, they found a pair of bikes that could lead to the suspect.

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Energy Bill Extends Daylight-Savings Time

Updated: 07/29/2005 - 7-29-05 - The new energy bill that's cleared the House aims to change when we spring forward and fall back. Daylight-saving time could start three weeks earlier and run through Halloween...

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Emergency Landing Turns Rough

Updated: 07/29/2005 - 7-28-05 - A small plane made a crash landing in northwest Carter County Thursday afternoon. A pilot from Yuma, Arizona was on his way home from McKinney when a drop in oil pressure forced him to land.

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Fuel Tax Proposed for Better Roads

Updated: 07/29/2005 - 7-28-05 - Will Oklahomans pay higher gas prices in exchange for better roads? A group called Oklahomans for Safe Bridges and Roads hopes so. Voters will head to the polls in September to decide just that.

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Texas Law May Fold Poker Games

Updated: 08/01/2005 - 7-28-05 - If you play poker tournaments in local bars and restaurants, you may soon be forced to fold your hand. Poker tournaments across north Texas have been cancelled this week after a warning from the state attorney general.

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Reba Raises Thousands for Charity

Updated: 07/28/2005 - 7-28-05 - Reba McEntire's fundraisers over Memorial Day weekend have raised more than a half-million dollars for charity. $534,431 of total gifts raised will go toward the Reba's Ranch House Endowment.

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Chemical Fire Still Smoldering

Updated: 07/29/2005 - 7-29-05 -A chemical plant on Fort Worth's North Side continues to smolder after an explosion that sent four people to the hospital. The explosion yesterday at the Valley Solvents and Chemicals plant sent fireballs into the air...

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Police Search for Bank Robber

Updated: 07/28/2005 - 7-28-05 – Police are questioning one man after finding him near evidence connected to a bank robbery that happened Thursday morning in Ringling. A robber struck the First National Bank shortly...

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Blood Donors Needed, Join KXII to Help

Updated: 07/28/2005 - 7-28-05 – The Texoma Regional Blood Center supplies five local hospitals with blood, and the center is still on the lookout for more donors. KXII is asking viewers to step-in on Thursday...

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Gas Line Hit; Hotel Evacuated

Updated: 07/28/2005 - 7-27-05 – The Super 8 Motel and two nearby gas stations were evacuated Wednesday evening in south Sherman after a natural gas leak. A landscaping crew hit the line while digging.

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Video Game Surprise Angers Parents

Updated: 07/27/2005 - 7-27-05 - Local stores are restricting sales of an infamous but popular video game after kids have discovered how to unlock a sex scene inside the game. Oklahoma lawmakers are hoping to do the same.

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Discovery Docks; Future Flights Scrubbed

Updated: 07/28/2005 - 7-28-05 - The Discovery space shuttle is docked with the international space station, but NASA says it's grounding future shuttle flights. Foam debris is still a risk.

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Local Company Helping Rebuild Iraq

Updated: 07/27/2005 - 7-27-05 - Durra Building Systems has been around about five years, making walls out of wheat straw. They even build entire homes with the unique material.

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Wrong-Way Driver Causes Deadly Crash

Updated: 07/27/2005 - 7-27-05 - A Pauls Valley man was killed early this morning by a drunk driver going the wrong way on I-35. It happened inside the city limits when Jay R. Bonner of Whitney, Texas was southbound when...

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Semi Wreck Shuts Down 75-South

Updated: 07/27/2005 - 7-27-05 – A major wreck blocked rush-hour traffic in Collin County Wednesday after a semi-truck careened off a bridge north of McKinney on Highway 75. The cab of the 18-wheeler landed in a creek bed...

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Former Nurse Competent for Trial

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - A psychiatrist has found that a former Nocona nurse charged with killing ten patients is competent for trial. When Vickie Dawn Jackson reported hearing voices in May.

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Victim's Co-workers Help Investigators

Updated: 07/27/2005 - 7-26-05 - Co-workers of Deborah Houchin helped authorities connect her disappearance from her Arlington home to her body, which was found burning near a Muenster business last Friday.

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Boys/Girls Club Closing

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - The Pottsboro Boys & Girls Club program will cease to exist next week. City leaders are replacing it with a school-based program that doesn't include faith-based elements taught by the Salvation Army.

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Potential Lifesaver - ICE-ing Cell Phones

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - Something that could save countless lives has come out of the tragedy of the London bombings. The acronym I.C.E. stands for “In Case of Emergency,” an acronym rescuers want on everyone's cell phone.

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Fiery Semi Wreck Closes Highway

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - An 18-wheeler traveling southbound on Hwy 69 in Whitewright hit an embankment early this morning and caught fire. The two men inside made it out alive.

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Four Scout Leaders Killed in Accident

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - A tent pole touching a power line appears to be what caused the electrocution of four Boy Scout leaders in Virginia at the Scouts' national jamboree. The deaths of the leaders from Alaska...

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