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Michael Flynn, center left, arrives for sentencing on December 18, 2018. (CNN) Michael Flynn, center left, arrives for sentencing on December 18, 2018. (CNN)

Judge delays sentencing for Michael Flynn

"Arguably you sold your country out," U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan told Michael Flynn, President Trump's first national security adviser.

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Trump administration moves to ban bump stocks

The regulation will go into effect 90 days after it is formally published in the Federal Register, which is expected to happen on Friday.

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Actress and director Penny Marshall dead at 75

Penny Marshall was best known for co-starring in the "Laverne & Shirley" sitcom. (ABC/Wikipedia) Penny Marshall was best known for co-starring in the "Laverne & Shirley" sitcom. (ABC/Wikipedia)

A publicist for the "Laverne & Shirley" star said the actress and director died in Los Angeles as a result of complications from diabetes.

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Three trucks collide in Durant; one dead

Three trucks were involved in a fatal crash near Choctaw Casino in Durant on December 18, 2018. (Courtesy OHP) Three trucks were involved in a fatal crash near Choctaw Casino in Durant on December 18, 2018. (Courtesy OHP)

Durant police said the crash involving three big rigs happened around 4 a.m. Tuesday on U.S. 69/75 near the Choctaw Casino.

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$612M surplus projected for Oklahoma in 2019

The increase is due in part to an improving state economy and increased oil and natural gas production.

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A plan to pay Pauls Valley hospital workers

Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center closed its doors in October 2018. (KTEN) Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center closed its doors in October 2018. (KTEN)

Patrick Grimmett of Pauls Valley National Bank said he and other trustees were able to consolidate the failed hospital's debt and free up about $600,000.

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Texas governor welcomes new jobs for Paris Video included

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for American SpiralWound Pipe in Paris on December 17, 2018. (KTEN) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for American SpiralWound Pipe in Paris on December 17, 2018. (KTEN)

American SpiralWeld Pipe Company broke ground for a $60 million facility that could eventually bring 100 new jobs to Lamar County.

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Food pantry fills need in Oklahoma's poorest county Video included

"We're the poorest county in Oklahoma, so the need is great," said Our Neighbors Cupboard founder Amber Wooley. (KTEN) "We're the poorest county in Oklahoma, so the need is great," said Our Neighbors Cupboard founder Amber Wooley. (KTEN)

"We're the poorest county in the State of Oklahoma, so the need is great," said Our Neighbors Cupboard founder Amber Wooley.

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Salvation Army fears holiday donation shortfall Video included

Shoppers in Sherman pass a Salvation Army collection point. (KTEN) Shoppers in Sherman pass a Salvation Army collection point. (KTEN)

"We're halfway there, but we've only got seven days left," said Maj. Tex Ellis.

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Ardmore police: Be alert for roof repair schemes Video included

Ardmore police say homeowners should be alert for roof repair scams. (KTEN) Ardmore police say homeowners should be alert for roof repair scams. (KTEN)

Ardmore police say you may find someone coming to your door offering to repair the damage, but they have no intention of completing the job.

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Federal agency investigating southeast Oklahoma derailment

Scene of a freight train derailment north of Kiowa, Oklahoma, on December 16, 2018. (KFOR via NBC News) Scene of a freight train derailment north of Kiowa, Oklahoma, on December 16, 2018. (KFOR via NBC News)

Authorities said 16 railroad cars and a locomotive of a Union Pacific freight train derailed about 6:30 a.m. Sunday in a rural area north of Kiowa.

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Grayson County Shelter asks for donations

The Grayson County Shelter in Denison is the County's only homeless facility open to all. (KTEN) The Grayson County Shelter in Denison is the County's only homeless facility open to all. (KTEN)

"We are always asking for donations; specifically items that come through that anybody would use in their home," said shelter director Annette Limoges.

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Fiery crash shuts down I-35 in central Oklahoma

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The OHP said northbound and southbound lanes were shut down Monday morning about 22 miles south of Oklahoma City.

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Train derails near Kiowa

A Union Pacific Train derailed north of Kiowa, Ok on Sunday morning. (KTEN) A Union Pacific Train derailed north of Kiowa, Ok on Sunday morning. (KTEN)

 Officials say a Union Pacific train derailed in Pittsburg County on Sunday. 

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World's first Christian airline coming to Grayson County Video included

Judah 1 - The world's first Christian Airline is coming to Denison (KTEN) Judah 1 - The world's first Christian Airline is coming to Denison (KTEN)

"The Lord spoke to me about using my passion for aviation," said Everett Aaron, founder of Judah 1.

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City honors veterans with wreath laying ceremony Video included

Van Alstyne participates in their first Wreathes across America (KTEN) Van Alstyne participates in their first Wreathes across America (KTEN)

 The Van Alstyne community celebrates Wreathes Across America Day, a  nation-wide wreath laying ceremony honoring veterans who've passed away.

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Pedestrian dead after accident

DENISON, Texas -- A woman in Denison hit by a car and killed Friday morning.

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Miracle baby meets doctors who saved his life Video included

Urias Sheriff with his happy mom and dad. (KTEN) Urias Sheriff with his happy mom and dad. (KTEN)

DURANT, Okla. -- We told you back in October about a miracle baby who beat all odds: surviving through a traumatic delivery. 

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Johnston County Dispatch getting more funding Video included

JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. -- The Johnston County Dispatch Center is getting some much needed funding from taxpayers. 

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Possible grand jury investigation in Pauls Valley

Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center closed its doors in October 2018. (KTEN) Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center closed its doors in October 2018. (KTEN)

Former employees of the Pauls Valley Regional Medical Center want to know where all the money went. 

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Grayson College rallying around athlete after wreck

SHERMAN, Texas -- The Grayson College community rallying around an athlete hurt in a wreck. 

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Calera residents express concern over "Fastlane" Project Video included

ODOT plans to rebuild this stretch of U.S. 69/75 through Calera to reduce congestion and improve safety. (ODOT) ODOT plans to rebuild this stretch of U.S. 69/75 through Calera to reduce congestion and improve safety. (ODOT)

CALERA, Ok --- The Fastlane Project  is a overpass plan created by o-dot make the  stretch of high way through Calera safer. "We are trying to make the most dangerous stretch of highways into the most safe," said Anthony Ecelle, the Division 2 ODOT engineer. But this one street has two sides; Calera leaders and residents expressed concern for two years with the lack of Main Street exits ... "We are in support of the design," said Vi...

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Mannsville gets funding for new bridges

Mannsville, Oklahoma (KTEN) Mannsville, Oklahoma (KTEN)

MANNSVILLE, Okla. -- Road construction is a pain, but in the end it’s usually a good thing. In the Johnston County town of Mannsville, it's new bridges.

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Sherman accepted for new Facebook program

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SHERMAN, Texas -- Facebook is rolling out another new program. This one closer to home: it’s called local alerts.

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Police release video of moments before Lone Grove inmate's death

Scott Pumphrey died after swallowing an undetermined substance at the Lone Grove jail. (KTEN) Scott Pumphrey died after swallowing an undetermined substance at the Lone Grove jail. (KTEN)

LONE GROVE, Okla. -- Video footage of the moments leading up to the death of an inmate at the Lone Grove City Jail this week has been released. 

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Ex-OU football player sentenced to 5 years for wire fraud

A former University of Oklahoma football player and fledgling recording star has been sentenced to 5 years in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding investors of almost $900,000.

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Oklahoma appeals court upholds 2 separate murder convictions

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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld two separate murder convictions, including one involving the drowning of a 4-year-old girl.

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Apple announces plan to build $1 billion campus in Texas

Apple says it plans to build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas.

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Cold weather fishing has its rewards Video included

Fishing guide David Escamilla says cold weather is a great time for anglers. (KTEN) Fishing guide David Escamilla says cold weather is a great time for anglers. (KTEN)

"Any time the water is cooling down, you'll catch a lot more, bigger fish," said fishing guide David Escamilla.

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Replica of Vietnam memorial will visit Durant Video included

The Wall that Heals is a traveling three-quarter replica of the Vietnam Veteran Memorial The Wall that Heals is a traveling three-quarter replica of the Vietnam Veteran Memorial

"It's just a very personal thing for me to be able to bring this wall here and kind of show my respect and reverence to them," Three Valley Museum Nancy Ferris said.

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Man dies after Lone Grove arrest Video included

Scott Pumphrey died after swallowing an undetermined substance at the Lone Grove jail. (KTEN) Scott Pumphrey died after swallowing an undetermined substance at the Lone Grove jail. (KTEN)

Scott Lee Pumphrey was being booked when a bag filled with an unknown substance fell on the floor.

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Red Cross Texoma chapter makes a move Video included

The American Red Cross Texoma Chapter has relocated to the TCOG building in Sherman. (KTEN) The American Red Cross Texoma Chapter has relocated to the TCOG building in Sherman. (KTEN)

They now have office space in the Texoma Council of Governments building at 1117 Gallagher Drive in Sherman.

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Denison student jailed after threatening to blow up school

Braxton Melton was arrested after allegedly making threats at Denison High School on December 11, 2018. (Denison PD) Braxton Melton was arrested after allegedly making threats at Denison High School on December 11, 2018. (Denison PD)

A Denison High School student was arrested Wednesday morning after allegedly making violent threats.

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Thieves 'skim' card info from Paris credit union customers

The Paris Police Department is investigating after more than $10,000 was stolen from customers of the Red River Credit Union.

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Wrecks near Kingston prompt US 70 speed cut Video included

ODOT has reduced the speed limit on U.S. 70 east of Kingston. (KTEN) ODOT has reduced the speed limit on U.S. 70 east of Kingston. (KTEN)

ODOT has dropped the speed limit from 65 to 60 on the stretch of highway from Kingston to the Roosevelt Bridge over Lake Texoma. 

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Silver Alert canceled after Murray County senior located

William Haggard, 75, was reported missing by Murray County authorities. (Courtesy) William Haggard, 75, was reported missing by Murray County authorities. (Courtesy)

Authorities said 75-year-old William Haggard was found and is safe. He had last been seen along Cyrus Harris Road.

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City of Denison has blueprint for the future Video included

The City of Denison has a new comprehensive plan. (KTEN) The City of Denison has a new comprehensive plan. (KTEN)

Denison is adopting a new comprehensive plan for the first time in 16 years after seeing explosive growth in the community.

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Durant makes the cut in city makeover contest Video included

Downtown Durant is competing for a $500,000 makeover. (KTEN) Downtown Durant is competing for a $500,000 makeover. (KTEN)

A reality TV show on Tuesday named Durant as one of ten semi-finalists for its $500,000 downtown makeover competition.

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Denison business collects toys for foster kids Video included

Ruiz Foods employees load toys collected for foster kids. (KTEN) Ruiz Foods employees load toys collected for foster kids. (KTEN)

This is the fourth year that Ruiz Foods has partnered with the Child Welfare Board to give back to the children of Grayson County.

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Ardmore police to add vital resource to CSI unit Video included

Ardmore police are getting a second vehicle to supplement the department's crime scene unit. (KTEN) Ardmore police are getting a second vehicle to supplement the department's crime scene unit. (KTEN)

"Basically, we were down to one vehicle over the last several years due to one of them aging out, and we just never replaced it," Capt. Keith Ingle said.

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Ask the Doctor: Colon cancer

AllianceHealth Durant surgeon Jay Jacinto M.D. (KTEN) AllianceHealth Durant surgeon Jay Jacinto M.D. (KTEN)

Colon cancer is the third most common form of cancer for men and women, and about 50,000 people die as a a result each year.

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New school nears construction in Pauls Valley Video included

An artist's rendering of a new elementary school planned in Pauls Valley. (Courtesy) An artist's rendering of a new elementary school planned in Pauls Valley. (Courtesy)

A $23 million bond issue will help fund a new elementary school in the Garvin County community.

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Party time deflated by helium shortage Video included

There is a shortage of helium, the gas used to inflate party balloons. (KTEN) There is a shortage of helium, the gas used to inflate party balloons. (KTEN)

A nationwide helium shortage is making tanks of the lighter-than-air gas used to fill balloons more expensive.

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Sherman police boost call response times

Sherman police have dramatically improved response times. (KTEN) Sherman police have dramatically improved response times. (KTEN)

Two years ago, it took police 12 minutes to dispatch help to the location of a 911 call, on average.

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Van Alstyne toy drive benefits abused kids Video included

Van Alstyne students get toys ready for distribution. (KTEN) Van Alstyne students get toys ready for distribution. (KTEN)

The Van Alstyne High School student council spearheaded a drive to collect 100 toys from classmates, parents, and staff.

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OU's Kyler Murray apologizes for anti-gay tweets Video included

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray holds the Hesiman Trophy after winning the award Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle) Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray holds the Hesiman Trophy after winning the award Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)

"I apologize for the tweets that have come to light tonight from when I was 14 and 15," Kyler Murray said after winning the Heisman Trophy.

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Police: Texas burger served with ecstasy pill

Three fast food employees in Taylor, Texas, were arrested after an ecstasy pill was found in a hamburger wrapper. (KXAN via NBC News) Three fast food employees in Taylor, Texas, were arrested after an ecstasy pill was found in a hamburger wrapper. (KXAN via NBC News)

Three employees at the Sonic restaurant in Taylor, Texas, were taken into custody after the discovery was reported.

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Grayson County churches present Christmas musical Video included

A scene from the performance of "Jesus Our Treasure" in Sherman. (KTEN) A scene from the performance of "Jesus Our Treasure" in Sherman. (KTEN)

The two performances of "Jesus Our Treasure" on Saturday and Sunday featured a combined choir of about 100 singers from five different churches.

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Durant urges shoppers to spend locally Video included

Durant Main Street sign. (KTEN) Durant Main Street sign. (KTEN)

"If you can keep your dollars locally here in Durant, it helps everybody involved," said City Manager Tim Rundel,

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Anna Police Apprehend Shooter

Anna Police investigate drive by shooting Anna Police investigate drive by shooting

ANNA, Texas --- Anna police are looking for a suspect who shot someone this morning. It happened before 3 a.m. in the Avery Pointe subdivision. Police say the scene is now secure. 

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Johnston County EMS benefits from new grant

JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. -- You never know when you might have to make that call for help. 

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  • Savage Named SCAC Player of the Week

    Savage Named SCAC Player of the Week

    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – Austin College women’s basketball player Ann Savage has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week, the league office has announced. Savage, a senior guard from Tulsa, Oklahoma led the ‘Roos in scoring in both of the team’s victories last week, putting in 12 in a balanced effort against Hardin-Simmons before scoring 19 in a blowout win over Hendrix. Savage averaged 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, and ...More >>
    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – Austin College women’s basketball player Ann Savage has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week, the league office has announced. Savage, a senior guard from Tulsa, Oklahoma led the ‘Roos in scoring in both of the team’s victories last week, putting in 12 in a balanced effort against Hardin-Simmons before scoring 19 in a blowout win over Hendrix. Savage averaged 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, and ...More >>
  • OSSAA Basketball Rankings - Dec. 17

    OSSAA Basketball Rankings - Dec. 17

    OSSAA Basketball Rankings - Dec. 17

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    OSSAA Basketball Rankings - Dec. 17

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  • Mercadel named SCAC player of the week

    Mercadel named SCAC player of the week

    Austin College men’s basketball player Justice Mercadel has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week

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    Austin College men’s basketball player Justice Mercadel has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week

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