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Gunter Man Admits To Perjury After Pleading Guilty And Then Not Guilty Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- A Gunter man who prosecutors describe as a career criminal tells the court he's guilty, then changes to not guilty. Now, he's been convicted of a charge that's rarely filed in Grayson County -- perjury. More>>

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Texas high school football championships to stay at AT&T Stadium

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas high school football championship games are returning to the $1.2 billion home of the Dallas Cowboys.
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Savoy Booster Club Treasurer Accused of Theft, Forgery Video included

SAVOY, TX -- The Savoy police department arrested the Savoy High School Booster Club treasurer earlier this month -- alleging she stole money and forged checks. Linda Berube had been volunteering as the savoy high school booster club treasurer for nearly two years when other members believed she stole money. More>>

Nine People Arrested for Prostitution Organization Involving Minors Video included

COOKE COUNTY, TX -- The Cooke County Sheriff's Office says with the help of Homeland Security, they were able to disrupt a prostitution organization involving minors .Authorities say nine people were arrested and one minor detained on multiple charges. They also say two children under the age of three had to be taken into protective services. More>>

Denison cafe deals with wholesale coffee price hike Video included

DENISON -- Some Starbucks coffee drinkers are now paying a little more for their cup of joe. The company announced a price hike in June. Drought in grower nations is to blame. Local cafes are feeling the effects, too, but one store is getting creative to avoid passing the increase onto customers. More>>

Foreign Exchange Students Looking For Host Families Video included

Have you ever considered hosting a foreign exchange student? On Good Morning Texoma, Susan Krneta with International Experience joined Lisanne Anderson to talk more about how you can make a difference in a child's life.International Experience is a non-profit organization that helps place 500 international students across the United States every year. They're still looking for host families for the upcoming school year.For more information click on the video link or you can go to www.ie-usa.com More>>

Wife Distraught After Atoka Co. Senior Citizen Doesn't Return From Store Video included

ATOKA COUNTY, OK -- It's now been more than 3 days since an Atoka County man disappeared. Deputies notified authorities across the country, but there's still no trace of him. More>>

Teenager Disappears From Pushmataha Co. Foster Home Video included

PUSHMATAHA COUNTY, OK -- The search is on for a teenager who disappeared from her foster home in Tushkahoma more than a week ago. More>>

Man Arrested After Suspicious Sherman Fire

GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- UPDATE:  A sherman man is behind bars arrested on suspicion of arson.

Deputies say 18 year old Michael Lyle Ingram was arrested Sunday after
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Sherman City Council Considers to Raise Property Tax Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- People in Sherman could soon see an increase in their property taxes. City leaders met Monday night to continue talking about the proposed budget, which totals more than 65 million dollars. More>>

Trial underway between Durant mother and maker of Monster Energy Video included

DURANT -- The trial of a case between a Durant mother and the maker of Monster Energy is now underway. Angela Wheat is suing the energy-drink maker after she says her son suffered a heart attack as a result of consuming the highly caffeinated beverage.
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Female Motorcyclists Taking the Texoma Biker Community By Storm Video included

Local bike dealers say the summer months are the key riding season. And with the high gas prices, they've seen more people make the switch to two wheels to save money. One demographic of riders in particular is taking the Texoma biker community by storm. More>>

Workforce Solutions Texoma KTEN Hot Jobs July 21, 2014

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Getting Fit: No Time For Exercise? No More Excuses! Video included

I don't have enough time to exercise. I'm too busy. Sound Familiar? On our Monday Getting Fit Segment, Kyle Stidham, showed Lisanne some moves that anyone can use to build muscle and use up too much of your time.Click on the video link to see examples.For more information go to http://www.texomafit.com/https://www.facebook.com/texomafit More>>

Ardmore Police Investigate Two Drive-By Shootings

ARDMORE, OK--Ardmore police say one person was injured after two shootings just hours apart this weekend. Sergeant Patrick James says the first happened around 1 o'clock Saturday morning in the 300 block of Park Street.Police say a 20-year-old male was shot at inside his car--one bullet hitting him in the left leg. James says the man refused medical treatment. A few hours later around 4 a.m. on the 700 block of 4th Street, a home with three adults and four children was shot at multiple times.... More>>

Atoka County Man Still Missing Video included

ATOKA COUNTY, OK--A silver alert remains issued for a missing Atoka County man. Officials say 77-year-old Glen Edward Killion was last seen Friday afternoon in the Wilson Community Area. They say Killion suffers from dementia,  More>>

Not Enough Rain to Put a Dent in the Drought Video included

DENISON, TX -- Our yards are still muddy from all the rain this week -- but are our pastures any greener?Last week's drought report didn't include every drop of rain we've seen this past week, but the farmers say -- it's still not enough to make any big improvements.
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Denison Hosts Dawg Days of Summer Adoption Event Video included

DENISON, TX--Saturday afternoon several puppies were looking for new homes and families. The Denison Animal Welfare group held its annual Dawg Days of Summer adoption event at the Morton Street Animal Hospital.Organizers with the group say dogs are overflowing the kennels at the Denison pound and face being euthanized if they don't find homes. Karen Vanneste said, "I know the kennels are full now, and they needs lots of doggies to find homes." Volunteer and new owner Pamela Pyle said, "I fel... More>>

Old Board Game Helps Durant Group Gather Priceless Feedback From Public Video included

DURANT, OK -- An old board game helps a Durant organization find out which day people want more things to do. More>>

Changes Coming for Texoma Post Offices Video included

BRYAN COUNTY, Okla. -- Last month two Texoma communities were told that their post offices might be closing, with hundreds fighting to keep the post offices open, today they learned only the hours will change.
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Volunteers Needed for CASA to Help Children In Need

SHERMAN -- CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, of Grayson is in a desperate need of volunteers right now. More>>

Teenagers in Durant are Hoping to Give Back to Those in Need

DURANT -- Two teenagers in Durant are hoping to make a difference in their community by helping feed hungry families. More>>

Colbert residents warned about water billing scam Video included

COLBERT -- Friday, the Colbert police department issued an alert to residents who receive water from the city. The police chief says the department has received complaints from residents who are receiving calls from people who claim to be with the Colbert water department. More>>

Amber Alert Canceled as Infant Found Safe in West Texas

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KINGFISHER COUNTY, OK -- The Amber Alert for a missing infant out of Kingfisher County in central Oklahoma has been canceled. More>>

Rural Water District Pump in Atoka County Briefly Shutting Down Friday

ATOKA COUNTY, OK --- Hundreds of Atoka County residents will go without water for most of the day Friday. More>>

Farmers Rejoice As Rain Recharges Grayson Co. Fields Amid Drought Video included

GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- While many people don't like getting soaked and having to drive in dangerous conditions during heavy rain, one group of people just love this kind of weather.
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Dot in Ardmore Announces Expansion and New Job Openings Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- A major company in Ardmore has announced its plans to expand business abroad. But city officials say the local economic benefits will be tremendous. More>>

Storms cause damage, delays across North Texas Video included

GRAYSON COUNTY -- Rain soaked every corner of Texoma for almost the entire day. While the storms stopped by Thursday evening, they were still creating a major headache for one homeowner in Denison. More>>

Rain Hangs State Tournament Softball Players Out to Dry Video included

GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- Sherman and Denison hoped hosting the little league state softball tournament would be good for tourism and drum up new business -- but the softball players are spending more time off the field then they would like. It looks like something out of a familiar Dr. Suess story. More>>

Workforce Solutions Texoma / KTEN Hot Jobs – July 14, 2014

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Financial Tips To Reach The American Dream Video included

The American Dream is unattainable! At least according to a new poll that found 63% of young adults believe the American Dream is now impossible to achieve. But is it dying or simply changing? Financial professional Scott Maxwell from Talis Advisors joins us to talk about the new American Dream and what we need to focus on to achieve the financial future of our fantasies. What is the American Dream? The American Dream looks a little bit different for each of us, but it is described as the ... More>>

Sherman Man Allegedly Admits To Having Sex With 8-Year-Old Girl Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- A man from Central America who was convicted of sexual assault of a child in Grayson County is headed to prison. More>>

Safety Corridor Established For Highway 70 Video included

MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- For many people who drive on Highway 70 between Madill and the Carter County line, that stretch of road is known as "Death Valley."But recently the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the state Department of Transportation have joined forces to make the highway safer.
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Theatre Camp Provides Broadway Experience For Free Video included

ARDMORE, OK -- Kids in Ardmore and the surrounding community get a chance to experience a little bit of Broadway through a free youth theatre camp. Coordinator Vicki Gelona says the Jim and Ida Williams Summer Youth Theatre Camp began in 2005 and through contributions of several local families is free for every child that wants to participate.
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Lawsuit Aims to Change Federal Gun Laws Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- As of today, if you live in Oklahoma and you see a good deal on a handgun in Texas -- you aren't allowed to buy it. You can currently buy rifles, shotguns and other long guns anywhere, but federal law prohibits selling handguns
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New 'Friend Verifier' App Scans Facebook Friends for Sex Offenders Video included

With 1.3 billion people on Facebook, how do you know who's really adding you? The new free app called 'Friend Verifier' helps you determine who exactly you or your kids and other loved ones are actually interacting with on Facebook. More>>

Judge sentences Denison man accused of killing woman with car Video included

GRAYSON COUNTY -- Wednesday, the man accused of killing a Denison woman while she sat in a living room learned he will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars.
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Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre To Benefit YW8 In Ardmore Video included

If you're a parent you know, too many times you might not have the "right answer" to your kids questions. And, too many times our kids can get lost in the social pressure around them. That's where a local non profit organization called YW8 comes in. Through educating pre-teens and teens in local schools to helping parents talk to their kids and answer those, sometimes awkward questions.But, the local group needs community support to continue to offer these classes and assistance to children ... More>>

Financial Tips We Could Learn From The Rich and Famous Video included

Hollywood A-listers and sports stars make millions, but many of them are still money-conscious. Believe it or not- we could learn something from the financial habits of several celebrities! Financial professional Scott Maxwell from Talis Advisors is here with money-saving tips straight from the lifestyles of the rich and famous. Coupons Add Up Think clipping coupons isn’t worth the time and effort? A bunch of celebrities disagree- including Hilary Swank, Lady Gaga, Kristen Bell and Carrie ... More>>

How to Handle Emotional Eating Video included

For folks who eat more than they should, experts say that could be what is called emotional eating. Or if you eat when you're feeling down or depressed, that could be a sign you need to talk to a health expert. We talked with life coach MarChessa Taylor about that and she gave us a few tips. More>>

Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival Comes To Durant Video included

The Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival resumes Thursday July 17th with the production of the play "Legally Blonde"! Show time is at 7:30 PM at the Montgomery Theatre on the campus of Southeastern University in Durant. More>>

Tours Of Lake Texoma Ship Video included

You can take a tour of a real life pirate ship. The Compass Rose docked at Grandpappy Point on Lake Texoma will resume tours July 19th. More>>

FBI Says Man Who Robbed Sherman Bank May Live in DFW or Oklahoma

UPDATE:  The Dallas FBI - Sherman Resident Agency and Sherman Police Department are requesting the public’s assistance to identify the suspect responsible for a bank robbery that occurred in Sherman, Texas on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. More>>

Police Arrest Durant Daycare Owner For DUI After Wreck Video included

DURANT, OK -- A Bryan County daycare owner has been arrested for driving under the influence and police say she had children in the car with her at the time. More>>

Fallen Soldier Remembered At Whitewright Vigil Video included

WHITEWRIGHT, TX -- Friends remember a fallen Texoma soldier during a candlelight vigil tonight. More>>

Grayson Co. Agency Wants Input For 2040 Transportation Plan Video included

SHERMAN, TX -- What will transportation in Grayson County look like in 2040? That's what the Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Planning Organization is trying to figure out. More>>

Blood Test Shows Denison Man On Meth During Fatal House Wreck

SHERMAN, TX -- A Denison man accused of murder and aggravated assault entered his plea in court today. We also learned the results of a blood test the suspect's attorney says took about a year to get back from the lab.
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Van Alstyne Man Denies Stalking Trooper More Than 20 Times

VAN ALSTYNE, TX -- A Grayson County man is speaking out after being found guilty of stalking a state trooper, and he tells us he's innocent. Prosecutors say his actions annoyed and left that trooper in fear for about a year.A jury convicted him Thursday of retaliating against a Texas state trooper. "It was a very very unfortunate situation for everybody involved, anyone's home that's attacked," says Rory Hogenson.Prosecutors say Hogenson dumped nails behind Trooper Michael Landeros's squad ca... More>>

Woman Wanted After Running From Madill Courtroom

MADILL, OK -- Authorities in Oklahoma are looking for a woman after she bolted out of the Marshall County courthouse.It happened around 1 p.m. on Friday. Heather Wilkerson, 27, of Kingston, was in a courtroom during a family case when the judge found out she had a warrant from Seminole County, deputy clerk Betty Moss said.The judge ordered Wilkerson to stay in the courtroom, but she ran out the door, and may have driven across the border to Texas, undersheriff Danny Cryer said.Now, Wilkerson ... More>>

Driver Injured After Topping Hill In Love County

LOVE COUNTY, OK -- A driver in Love County was injured after he topped a hill to find another car.It happened around 5 p.m. on Saturday on Oswalt Road, west of Pike Road.Troopers say Michael Ayres, 29, of Bixby, Okla., was left of center when he reached the hill.That's when they say he overcorrected and lost control, rolling over twice.Ayres was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the pickup, an OHP report stated.He was taken by helicopter to Plano in stable condition. More>>

Jail Employee In Durant Claims Boss Behaving Inappropriately

DURANT, OK -- We're learning about claims of inappropriate behavior that one employee says is causing a security risk to employees inside a Texoma jail. The employee tells us that a boss at the county jail in Durant has been acting in a suggestive way, causing enough discomfort that several employees are now considering filing a lawsuit. A Bryan County Sheriff's office employee who is fearing consequences asked not to be referenced by name. "We're there to represent law, and this is breaking ... More>>

School Board In Sadler Approves Allowing Teachers To Carry Guns

SADLER, TX -- The S&S school district approved letting teachers carry guns in a unanimous 7-0 vote. 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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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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  • Agents get subsidized 'Obamacare' using fake IDs

    Agents get subsidized 'Obamacare' using fake IDs

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:32 GMT
    Congress will hear testimony Wednesday detailing how undercover investigators used fake identities to get taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law.More >>
    Congress will hear testimony Wednesday detailing how undercover investigators used fake identities to get taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law.More >>
  • Genetic mapping triggers new hope on schizophrenia

    Genetic mapping triggers new hope on schizophrenia

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:17 GMT
    Scientists have linked more than 100 spots in our DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia, casting light on the mystery of what makes the disease tick.More >>
    Scientists have linked more than 100 spots in our DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia, casting light on the mystery of what makes the disease tick.More >>
  • Judges in health care rulings vote party line

    Judges in health care rulings vote party line

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:09 GMT
    Six federal judges on two appeals courts have weighed in on a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law. Their votes lined up precisely with the party of the president who appointed them.More >>
    In rapid succession, six federal judges on two appeals courts weighed in on a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law. Their votes lined up precisely with the party of the president who appointed them.More >>
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  • Agents get subsidized 'Obamacare' using fake IDs

    Agents get subsidized 'Obamacare' using fake IDs

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:32 GMT
    Congress will hear testimony Wednesday detailing how undercover investigators used fake identities to get taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law.More >>
    Congress will hear testimony Wednesday detailing how undercover investigators used fake identities to get taxpayer-subsidized health insurance under President Barack Obama's law.More >>
  • Genetic mapping triggers new hope on schizophrenia

    Genetic mapping triggers new hope on schizophrenia

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:17 GMT
    Scientists have linked more than 100 spots in our DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia, casting light on the mystery of what makes the disease tick.More >>
    Scientists have linked more than 100 spots in our DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia, casting light on the mystery of what makes the disease tick.More >>
  • Judges in health care rulings vote party line

    Judges in health care rulings vote party line

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 3:24 AM EDT2014-07-23 07:24:09 GMT
    Six federal judges on two appeals courts have weighed in on a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law. Their votes lined up precisely with the party of the president who appointed them.More >>
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