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Bryan County man killed after hitting tree in Atoka

A Bryan County man is dead after a crash in Atoka County Saturday afternoon.


Marietta police arrested a man Thursday night after they say he was stabbed while attacking a teenager.


A Denton County tow truck driver was shot and killed while on the job after the suspect claimed he owned the vehicle the man was repossessing.


A Bryan County couple is behind bars after Marshall County deputies say they used a canoe to burglarize boat slips on Lake Texoma.



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