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Fugitive Behind Bars After Possible Drive-By Shooting Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- A federal fugitive is back behind bars Friday after police respond to a call of a possible call of a drive-by shooting in Ardmore. More>>

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Human Remains Could be Linked to Missing Persons Case in Ada Video included

ADA, OK--Human remains were found in Pontotoc County Thursday, and it's possible they are linked to a missing persons case.  Skeletal remains of a man were found in a creek near Pickett Thursday morning. More>>

Tour For Life Makes Stop In Madill Video included

MADILL, OK -- Several Texoma animal shelters and rescue agencies got together in Madill Friday to help a few four-legged friends find loving homes. More>>

Holland Says He Will Reapply For Principal Position Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- Ardmore's out-going high school principal has decided that he will reapply for the job, according to his attorney. 
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Misspelled sign directs tourists to "Eisehower" birthplace Video included

DENISON -- What's in a name? In this case, not the letter "N." Not that you'd notice, even if the misspelling was staring you in the face. "I don't know if there's anything weird about it," Pottsboro More>>

Denison man sentenced to prison for sexual child abuse Video included

DENISON, TX --   A Denison man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for sexual abuse of a child. Police say Cody Holt, 28 years old, sexually abused three children during a five year period. The victims More>>

Denison man sentenced to prison over death of girlfriend Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- Police say Eric Wayne Pendleton of Denison was driving when his girlfriend fell out of the sunroof of his car. Pendleton was sentenced to 45 years in prison Thursday for Driving While Intoxicated. More>>

Man arrested after car chase through Bryan and Atoka County Video included

CANEY, OK -- A high speed chase through Bryan and Atoka counties ended with an arrest Thursday night. Police say it started in Durant after officers responded to a report of domestic abuse. When officers More>>

Man's Remains Found In Pontotoc County

PONTOTOC COUNTY, OK -- Sheriff's deputies in Pontotoc County are trying to identify the body of a man found dead today. The Sheriff's Office says the remains were discovered about 4 miles west of Ada. More>>

Cabinet Making Contest Comes To Ardmore Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- While robots and other machines often lead the way in science and technology, some good old hands-on workmanship was the focus of a competition at the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center Thursday. More>>

Tom Bean teen charged with smoking synthetic marijuana

TOM BEAN -- A Tom Bean teen is facing charges after police say he came to school high on synthetic marijuana. The 17-year-old was arrested at Tom Bean High School earlier this week. Police say he brought More>>

ECU Students Face Lack of Affordable Housing Video included

ADA, OK--For full-time college students, finding affordable housing can be a challenge. Especially when there's not much to choose from. Students in one Texoma town are bringing that  issue to the table. More>>

Busy Ardmore Bridge Closed For Repairs Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- Construction on a busy bridge in Ardmore will have drivers looking for a new way to get around, and drivers are already wondering when things will be back to normal. More>>

Funding cuts means fewer services at Sherman homeless shelter Video included

SHERMAN -- Funding cuts means fewer services at a local homeless shelter that keeps teens off the streets. On any given day, the North Texas Youth Connection is putting a roof over the heads of about More>>

History In The Making Golf Tournament May 3, 2014 Video included

Here's your chance to win a new car with a hole-in-one! The Three Valley Museum is planning a History In The Making Golf Tournament May 3, 2014 at Chickasaw Pointe Golf Course on beautiful Lake Texoma.It's More>>

Rabid skunks have pets owners in Grayson County on alert Video included

GRAYSON COUNTY -- A warning in Grayson County for people and their pets. Today, the health department issued an alert about an unusually high number of rabies cases. Amanda Ortez with the Grayson County More>>

Spring Garden Party and Easter Egg Hunt Saturday April 19, 2014 Video included

Grab the kids and grab the Easter basket for a spring garden party in Denison on Saturday April 19, 2014.Parkway Garden Center, located at 1231 South Armstrong in Denison is hosting a huge event, filled More>>

Lack of Foster Families an Issue for Pontotoc County Children Video included

ADA, OK--The state of Oklahoma is facing a foster care dilemma--not enough homes for the thousands of kids who need families. One Texoma town is no exception to that problem. More>>

Texoma Community Center hosts open house to celebrate expansion Video included

DENISON, TX -- The Texoma Community Center held an open house Wednesday showcasing their new facility for mental health patients. The space is located in Denison and split into two parts. The upstairs More>>

Sherman Museum unveils the Grayson County Courthouse Exhibit Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- The Sherman Museum has unveiled its latest installation this week - the Grayson County Courthouse Exhibit. Located in the lower level, the exhibit displays the succession of all five courthouses More>>

Pocketknife ban in Antlers reversed

ANTLERS, OK -- Pocketknives are once again allowed in the City of Antlers. Wednesday, the city council approved an ordinance in a special session allowing people to carry pocketknives for hunting, fishing More>>

Former Dickson Teacher Pleads Not Guilty Video included

CARTER COUNTY, OK -- A former Dickson teacher accused of giving students alcohol entered her plea in court Wednesday. 
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Despite Board's Decision, Principal Could Retain Post Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- Despite a major showing of support for Ardmore High School principal Kim Holland the board of education voted last night not to rescind his resignation.  
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Workforce Solutions Texoma / KTEN Hot Jobs – April 17, 2014

PROCESS AND SAFETY ENGINEER Sherman Closing Date: 05/04/2014 Posting ID: 6942377 MECHANIC / EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE Gainesville Closing Date: 05/08/2014 Posting More>>

National Healthcare Decisions Day - April 16, 2014 Video included

Wednesday, April 16th is National Healthcare Decision Day. Statistics show approximately 90% of American have heard of advance directives and the role they can play in assuring our wishes are honored More>>

Tee Up For A Good Cause - Pottsboro FFA Golf Scramble Video included

Grab your friends and lets play some golf! The 2nd Annual Pottsboro FFA Golf Scramble is a tournament to raise money for the chapter to help support the kids with their projects throughout the year.Judge More>>

Ardmore Board Says Principal's Resignation Will Stand Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- Hundreds of people came out to Tuesday night's school board meeting in Ardmore hoping to find a way to keep their principal from resigning. More>>

Local runners to represent Texoma in Boston Marathon Video included

SHERMAN, TX –  Today marks the one year anniversary of the deadly Boston marathon bombing. Matt Boykin and Chris Norch are part of a local group called the Texoma Runners. They meet up every Saturday More>>

Pocketknife ban has Antlers residents up in arms Video included

ANTLERS, OK -- It's a ban that has many scratching their heads in Antlers. A new ordinance makes it illegal to carry a pocketknife. But the law shouldn't last much longer because the mayor says it wasn't More>>

Monday Night's Freeze is a Concern for Farmers Video included

TEXOMA -- With freezing temperatures across the area Monday night, many had to worry about their spring plants, but what about local farmers and their crops? More>>

S&S ISD considers allowing administration to carry guns on campus Video included

SADLER, TX -- One Texoma school district is considering allowing staff members to carry licensed firearms. The public forum in Sadler tonight was a chance for community members to voice their concerns More>>

Red flags for last-minute tax filers Video included

DURANT -- The deadline to file your income taxes is Tuesday at midnight. Mary Wood is a manager at Jackson Hewitt in Durant. She's helping last-minute tax filers, like David Hathcock. "I am hoping to More>>

Bennington Sees Damage from Sunday Night's Storms Video included

BENNINGTON -- The people in Bennington I talked to said it was a scary storm that came through their area Sunday night. Fortunately no one was seriously hurt. More>>

Military Service Scholarship established at MSC Video included

A group of students at Murray State College has found a way to give back to those who serve in the military. Students in the MSC President's Scholars Program (PSP) recently voted to establish a new More>>

Getting Fit: Getting Real To Get Over Emotional Eating Video included

We're all stressed, we're all busy, and for a lot of us the easy way to feel good is .... food! It's called emotional eating. On Good Morning Texoma, Stephanie Waitt joined Lisanne to talk more about why More>>

Federal Judge Strikes Down Texas Gay Marriage Ban

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A federal judge has struck down Texas' ban on gay marriage, but is leaving it in place pending a ruling by an appeals court later this year. Judge Orlando Garcia issued a preliminary More>>

Arrest Made In Abduction Murder

SPRINGFIELD, MO -- A long-time school district employee has been arrested following the abduction and death of 10-year-old Hailey Owens. Owens was abducted two blocks from her home late Tuesday afternoon More>>

Meth Ring Dismantled

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SEMINOLE,OK -- Narcotics agents in Oklahoma ended a 3 year investigation into a possible meth distribution ring today With 20 arrests. O.B.N Spokesman Mark Woodward, said officers from several departments More>>

North Texas Woman Admits to Stealing Classified Military Documents

 

Thirty-nine-year-old Farida Yusufi pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges that include theft of government records.





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Oklahoma Flu Deaths

 

The health department says it's recorded 1,076 hospitalizations for influenza since flu season began last fall.





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Sink Hole Swallows 8 Corvettes

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 A sinkhole in Kentucky swallowed eight cars at the National Corvette Museum.

 
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Erin Hamlin Becomes First Ever American To Win Singles Luge

Erin Hamlin captured bronze Tuesday to become the first American to earn an Olympics medal in Singles Luge. In a sport heavily dominated by Germany, before Tuesday , team U.S.A. had never stepped on the More>>

Texoma School & Business Closings

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Updated School & Business Closings Across Texoma More>>

Honoring a Civil Rights Legend

Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy lives on Monday with special events across the nation, from parades to church tributes to youth-led service projects on the federal holiday to remember the civil rights More>>

Oklahoma Gets Road Grant

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, today congratulated the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The department was More>>

UPDATE: Marshall Co. triple murder suspect wants to withdraw plea

MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- She was an athlete, played guitar and stood-out on stage. But Ashleigh Lindsey's life was cut short in July 2012 when police say her ex-boyfriend, Joshua Mahaffey, shot and killed More>>

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  • SKorean president: Ferry crew actions 'murderous'

    SKorean president: Ferry crew actions 'murderous'

    Monday, April 21 2014 5:53 AM EDT2014-04-21 09:53:19 GMT
    South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous acts" in the disaster, which left more than 300 people dead or missing.More >>
    South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous behavior," while criticism of her own government's handling of the disaster...More >>
  • Troubled history fuels Japan-China tension

    Troubled history fuels Japan-China tension

    Monday, April 21 2014 5:43 AM EDT2014-04-21 09:43:50 GMT
    Strolling through China's sprawling memorial to a 1937 massacre by Japanese troops, a 64-year-old retired teacher said the incident remains an open wound.More >>
    Strolling through China's sprawling memorial to a 1937 massacre by Japanese troops, a 64-year-old retired teacher said the incident remains an open wound.More >>
  • 10 Things to Know for Today

    10 Things to Know for Today

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    By The Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:More >>
    By The Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:More >>
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