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Oklahoma Democratic gubernatorial candidates Drew Edmondson (L), Scott Inman (C), and Connie Johnson. (KTEN) Oklahoma Democratic gubernatorial candidates Drew Edmondson (L), Scott Inman (C), and Connie Johnson. (KTEN)

Ardmore hosts Democratic gubernatorial debate tonight

"This is the first big stop for them, and it's probably one of the largest ones organized so far," said Carter County Democratic Party Chairman Kyle Lawson.

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Oklahoma board considers reducing legislator pay, benefits

The Oklahoma Legislature is trying to find ways to plug a $215 million budget gap.

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Trump: Drug czar nominee pulls his name from consideration

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President Donald Trump says the Pennsylvania congressman he chose to be the nation's drug czar is withdrawing from consideration. More>>

Trump issues warning to McCain after senator's tough speech

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President Donald Trump is issuing a warning shot after Arizona Sen. John McCain questioned "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in America's foreign policy during a Monday night speech in Philadelphia. More>>

Lions Club hosting Sherman garage sale

The Sherman Evening Lions Club garage sale in October, 2013. (Facebook) The Sherman Evening Lions Club garage sale in October, 2013. (Facebook)

The Sherman Evening Lions Club is hosting a garage sale at Fairview Baptist Church this Saturday to support its charities. Click here for more information.

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More hotel rooms coming to Sherman

An artist's rendering of the new Marriott Residence Inn that will be built at the Sherman Town Center. (Courtesy) An artist's rendering of the new Marriott Residence Inn that will be built at the Sherman Town Center. (Courtesy)

A 120-room Marriott Residence Inn with an event center and another 77-room hotel will start construction within the next couple of months.

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Mead woman saves neighbors after home explosion Video included

Three people were injured Monday morning when an explosion leveled their home in Mead, Oklahoma. (KTEN) Three people were injured Monday morning when an explosion leveled their home in Mead, Oklahoma. (KTEN)

Sasha Webb pulled two elderly victims from the fiery rubble that may have been triggered by propane gas.

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Flood-prone Sherman apartments get date with wrecking ball

These apartments on Regency Circle in Sherman have flooded repeatedly. (KTEN) These apartments on Regency Circle in Sherman have flooded repeatedly. (KTEN)

"To remove these dangerous structures from the floodplain, we really view it as a safety issue," said Sherman city spokesman Nate Strauch.

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Nine days later, search continues for Dallas-area girl

Richardson police continue to search for three-year-old Sherin Mathews. (Richardson PD) Richardson police continue to search for three-year-old Sherin Mathews. (Richardson PD)

It's now been nine days since three-year-old Sherin Mathews disappeared from her Richardson home.

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Driver of deadly immigrant smuggling run pleads guilty

James Mathew Bradley Jr. arrives for a hearing on July 24, 2017 in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) James Mathew Bradley Jr. arrives for a hearing on July 24, 2017 in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

James Matthew Bradley Jr. faces up to life imprisonment when he's sentenced on Jan. 22. 

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Houses spared by massive fires bring joy and sense of loss Video included

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With the winds dying down, fire crews gained ground as they battled the wildfires that have devastated California wine country and thousands of people got the all-clear to return home. More>>

Army Sgt. Bergdahl pleads guilty to deserting his post Video included

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Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is expected to plead guilty Monday to charges that he endangered comrades by walking away from a remote post in Afghanistan in 2009. More>>

Trump on probe: 'I'd like to see it end' Video included

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump addressed questions at The White House on Monday. (CNN) Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump addressed questions at The White House on Monday. (CNN)

"The whole Russia thing was an excuse for the Democrats losing the election," the president said when asked about Robert Mueller's investigation.

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Ardmore church members worship after building burns

The Southwest Church of Christ was heavily damaged by an electrical fire on October 9. (KTEN) The Southwest Church of Christ was heavily damaged by an electrical fire on October 9. (KTEN)

"I think everybody received a blessing today by being here," church elder Larry Mitchell said. "We conducted ourselves just as we would in our building had a normal service."

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Oklahoma Capitol closed this week for electrical work

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The Oklahoma Capitol is shut down for the week as part of an ongoing $245 million renovation of the 100-year-old building.

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Denison police: Restaurant snub 'handled quickly'

Two Denison police officers were refused service by an employee at this Whataburger restaurant. (KTEN) Two Denison police officers were refused service by an employee at this Whataburger restaurant. (KTEN)

"Whataburger has responded amazingly," police spokesman Lt. Paul Neumann said.

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Indoor adventure center opens in Ardmore

The Urban Air Adventure Park opened in Ardmore on Saturday. (KTEN) The Urban Air Adventure Park opened in Ardmore on Saturday. (KTEN)

Hundreds of young people lined up Saturday for the grand opening of the Urban Air Adventure Park in Ardmore. It features trampolines, a climbing wall, and other indoor activities.

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Denison chief says restaurant refused to serve officers

A Whataburger employee refused to serve two Denison police officers. (Terry Ross / CC BY-SA 2.0 / KTEN) A Whataburger employee refused to serve two Denison police officers. (Terry Ross / CC BY-SA 2.0 / KTEN)

"My officers were refused service ... then cursed by that employee," Denison police Chief Jay Burch wrote. "The on-duty manager’s only response is: 'I don’t get into politics.'"

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Teams report first progress against wine country wildfires

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Northern California communities have been battered by four days under siege from wildfires that are nowhere near over. More>>

Sherman hotel murder suspect nabbed in New York Video included

Reginald Campbell is a suspect in the murder of a Sherman hotel clerk. (KTEN/Richland County Sheriff) Reginald Campbell is a suspect in the murder of a Sherman hotel clerk. (KTEN/Richland County Sheriff)

Reginald Campbell, one of three people accused in the robbery and murder of a Sherman hotel clerk on August 11, has been captured in New York.

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Rebuilding a rural fire department Video included

Justin Johnson is the new fire chief in Gene Autry. (KTEN) Justin Johnson is the new fire chief in Gene Autry. (KTEN)

Justin Johnson has stepped in to take charge at the Gene Autry Volunteer Fire Department following the resignation of his predecessor.

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Switzer helps fans get ready for Texas-OU Video included

Legendary Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer obliges a fan with a photo. (KTEN) Legendary Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer obliges a fan with a photo. (KTEN)

"Hopefully, for the league to become a power league again, Texas has to be Texas and Oklahoma has to be Oklahoma," legendary Sooners Coach Barry Switzer said.

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Facebook post leads Sherman PD to fake money suspects

Sherman police identified Arthur Dixon and Tiffany Dixon from surveillance camera images. (Sherman PD) Sherman police identified Arthur Dixon and Tiffany Dixon from surveillance camera images. (Sherman PD)

"This case was solved directly because of information received from citizens that had seen the post on Sherman PD’s Facebook page," Sgt. D.M. Hampton said.

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Trump: US will not certify Iran nuclear deal

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President Donald Trump said Friday that Iran is not living up to the "spirit" of the nuclear deal that it signed in 2015.

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Golf event raises $30K for law officers in need

Local police agencies accept a $30,000 check from the Back the Badge Golf Tournament. (KTEN) Local police agencies accept a $30,000 check from the Back the Badge Golf Tournament. (KTEN)

The first ever Back the Badge Golf Tournament raised $30,000 for local law enforcement. Funds from the September 29 event -- sponsored by Classic of Texoma, Katy Country and Denison Country Club -- will be used to help officers in medical and financial need. 

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Pain management seminar coming to Denison

Dr. Viktor Silver and Cheryl Inman join us on Good Morning Texoma to tell us more about their upcoming seminar in Denison on Tuesday, October 17.

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Grim search for victims as wildfires grow to size of NYC Video included

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Wildfires already well on their way to becoming the deadliest in California history have a chance Thursday to gain even more destructive power. More>>

New entertainment complex coming to Denis... er, Sherman Video included

The Sherman location will be the third Schulman's Movie Bowl Grille. (Courtesy) The Sherman location will be the third Schulman's Movie Bowl Grille. (Courtesy)

Schulman's Movie Bowl and Grille -- which features films, arcade games, dining and bowling -- is expected to open by the end of next year.

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High School Scoreboard: Week 7

High school football scores for the week of Friday, October 13.

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Thieves grab gear from Ada gospel station Video included

The Gospel Station Network broadcasts to more than 20 radio stations from its headquarters near Ada. (KTEN) The Gospel Station Network broadcasts to more than 20 radio stations from its headquarters near Ada. (KTEN)

"Whenever someone steals from you, it can really test your nerves, but you know what? The Lord will take care of us," Gospel Station Network founder Randall Christy said.

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Volunteers take part in bio-terrorism drill Video included

Volunteers drove in to receive mock medicine in the bioterrorism drill. (KTEN) Volunteers drove in to receive mock medicine in the bioterrorism drill. (KTEN)

Agencies from three counties partnered to deal with a mock plague scenario.

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Court clears way for Ezekiel Elliott suspension Video included

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A federal appeals court has lifted an injunction that blocked a six-game suspension for Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott.

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Oklahoma jury recommends death penalty in beheading case Video included

A jury recommends the death penalty for convicted killer Alton Nolen. (NBC News) A jury recommends the death penalty for convicted killer Alton Nolen. (NBC News)

Jurors took less than three hours Thursday to recommend the death penalty for Alton Nolen, 33.

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Lower test scores blamed on new Oklahoma standards

According to statewide scores released Wednesday, most students lacked the basic subject-level knowledge Oklahoma now requires.

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Trump says health care order will help millions

President Donald Trump displays his executive order on health care. (CNN) President Donald Trump displays his executive order on health care. (CNN)

Frustrated by failures in Congress, Trump is moving to put his own stamp on health care.

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Boil water order lifted in Van Alstyne

This water main break in Van Alstyne led the city to issue a boil water order. (Courtesy) This water main break in Van Alstyne led the city to issue a boil water order. (Courtesy)

The order followed a major water main break on Tuesday.

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Choctaw County escapees back behind bars

Harley Davidson (L) and Rakeem Lennox escaped from the Choctaw County jail on Wednesday night. (Choctaw County) Harley Davidson (L) and Rakeem Lennox escaped from the Choctaw County jail on Wednesday night. (Choctaw County)

Sheriff Terry Park said Rakeem Lennox and Harley Davidson left the jail to visit their girlfriends.

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Pet of the Week Video included

DENISON, TX -- This week we have an adorable little bundle of fun. She's an 11 month-old maltese-terrier mix. They say she's very energetic as you can see and she's sweet as can be. She doesn't have any

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Pressure mounts for Vegas police to explain response time

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A day after authorities revised the timeline of events on the night of the Las Vegas mass shooting, the hotel where the gunman was staying is casting doubt on the changes. More>>

Winds whip new terror into deadly California wildfires Video included

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Jose Garnica worked for more than two decades to build up his dream home that was reduced to ashes in a matter of minutes by the deadly firestorm striking Northern California. More>>

$45 million facelift for downtown Denison Video included

An artist's conception of plans to remake downtown Denison. (City of Denison) An artist's conception of plans to remake downtown Denison. (City of Denison)

"I'm very excited," said Denison City Manager Jud Rex. "I think the heart of any community is Main Street."

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FedEx plans $10 million expansion in Sherman Video included

FedEx is expanding its operations in Sherman. (KTEN) FedEx is expanding its operations in Sherman. (KTEN)

Economic growth and more jobs are coming to Sherman as the delivery firm adds to its footprint at Progress Park.

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Your help needed for tri-county pill drill Video included

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On Thursday, health officials in Carter, Love, and Johnston counties will act like the plague is rampant through Texoma, and they need your help.

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Oklahoma prisons selling inmates cold case playing cards

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Oklahoma authorities are hoping to solve unsolved killings and other cold cases by selling decks of playing cards that feature the cases to prisoners. More>>

Man wanted in Ardmore fraud case

Police said this man is wanted in connection with a business theft on October 6. (Ardmore PD) Police said this man is wanted in connection with a business theft on October 6. (Ardmore PD)

We're told the bearded man -- wearing a dark baseball cap and a white long-sleeved shirt -- swindled the business out of more than $1,200.

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Preview: Cowgirl Prom at Reba's Ranch House

Circle Saturday, Oct. 14 on your calendar for a fundraiser benefiting Room for Hope at Reba's Ranch House in Denison. Click here for full details

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In historic change, Boy Scouts to welcome girls

Boy Scout leaders say the change is needed to provide more options for parents.

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Sales tax to continue in Ardmore; other election results

Special elections were held in communities across the KTEN viewing area in Oklahoma on Tuesday, with your tax dollars on the line... from school bonds to road improvements.

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Van Alstyne residents urged to boil water after main break Video included

The city said the problem is in a residential neighborhood at the corner of Clement and Sherman streets just northeast of downtown.

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Ardmore church heavily damaged in fire Video included

The Southwest Church of Christ in Ardmore was heavily damaged by fire. (KTEN) The Southwest Church of Christ in Ardmore was heavily damaged by fire. (KTEN)

The fire apparently broke out overnight in the attic of the Southwest Church of Christ on Culbertson SW.

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Durant bridge reopens after delays Video included

The new Chuckwa Creek bridge on North First Avenue has wider shoulders. (KTEN) The new Chuckwa Creek bridge on North First Avenue has wider shoulders. (KTEN)

Tuesday was the first full day of operation for the Chuckwa Creek bridge on North First Avenue since the span was closed for a facelift last May.

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Denison Chamber names new president Video included

Ken Higdon was named president of the Denison Chamber of Commerce. (KTEN) Ken Higdon was named president of the Denison Chamber of Commerce. (KTEN)

"You already have an awesome Chamber," Ken Higdon said. "I'm just going to come in and tweak some things."

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Police received report of erratic student with weapon

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Authorities have arrested a 19-year-old student accused of fatally shooting a Texas Tech University police officer at the campus police station. More>>

Seminole County couple convicted of killing foster son

Rex and Rebecca Clark arrive at the Pontotoc County Courthouse to stand trial for murder. (KTEN) Rex and Rebecca Clark arrive at the Pontotoc County Courthouse to stand trial for murder. (KTEN)

James Rex Clark and wife Rebecca Clark were found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2006 killing of Colton Clark.

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Denison celebrates Ike's birthday

The Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site is at 609 South Lamar Avenue in Denison. (KTEN) The Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site is at 609 South Lamar Avenue in Denison. (KTEN)

The birthplace of our 34th president is celebrating the birthday of Dwight Eisenhower on October 14 with a 5K race, entertainment and a birthday cake. Click here for more info.

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Texas adds Sherman murder suspect to Most Wanted list

Reginald Campbell is wanted for his role in the murder of a Sherman hotel clerk. (KTEN/Richland County Sheriff) Reginald Campbell is wanted for his role in the murder of a Sherman hotel clerk. (KTEN/Richland County Sheriff)

Reginald Campbell remains at large after the August 11 robbery and murder of hotel clerk Brandon Hubert.

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Sheriff: Oklahoma zookeeper's husband accidentally shot self

Travis Maldonado (GoFundMe) Travis Maldonado (GoFundMe)

Witnesses said 23-year-old Travis Maldonado put a loaded firearm to his head and pulled the trigger to prove the weapon would not fire with the magazine removed.

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Trump's immigration demands threaten DACA deal

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Trump links hard-line immigration priorities, including border wall and overhauling green-card system, to support for helping young immigrants in the US illegally. More>>

Sheriff: Shooter shot guard before he fired on concert-goers Video included

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Strollers, shoes and cell phones abandoned in panic during the Las Vegas mass shooting are slowly making their way back to their owners. More>>

Sherman police: Be on alert for bogus bills Video included

Sherman police say they're seeing an increased number of counterfeit bills. (KTEN) Sherman police say they're seeing an increased number of counterfeit bills. (KTEN)

Police remind retailers or anyone dealing in cash to always check for counterfeit bills. Some look so real they will slip through the cracks.

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Carter County seeks vote of confidence for sales tax Video included

Voters in Carter County will decide whether to continue a quarter-cent sales tax. Voters in Carter County will decide whether to continue a quarter-cent sales tax.

The levy was instituted in 2012 to provide funds for construction and road maintenance. 

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Fishing contest benefits Denison youth Video included

Anglers from across the region participated in the annual Striper Challenge. (KTEN) Anglers from across the region participated in the annual Striper Challenge. (KTEN)

The Texoma Striper Challenge is an annual fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Denison.

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Probe continues in death of Oklahoma zookeeper's husband

Joe "Joe Exotic" Maldonado speaking to KTEN in January 2016. (KTEN) Joe "Joe Exotic" Maldonado speaking to KTEN in January 2016. (KTEN)

Joseph "Joe Exotic" Maldonado said his husband accidentally shot himself Friday at The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park.

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Amber Alert canceled; Dallas-area girl still missing

Richardson police issued an Amber Alert for three-year-old Sherin Mathews. (Richardson PD) Richardson police issued an Amber Alert for three-year-old Sherin Mathews. (Richardson PD)

Three-year-old Sherin Mathews was last seen Saturday by her father in the family's backyard.

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Rodgers lifts Packers over Cowboys 35-31 in another thriller

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Aaron Rodgers threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams with 11 seconds remaining and Green Bay beat the Dallas Cowboys 35-31 Sunday in another thriller nine months after the Packers' divisional playoff win on the same field. More>>

Amazon Prime Rx? It could happen

Speculation is growing that the online retail giant is contemplating a move that could make getting prescription drugs easier... and cheaper. More>>

EPA chief: Administration to roll back climate plan

The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to declare the Obama-era rule exceeded federal law by setting emissions standards that power plants could not reasonably meet.

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Pick your own pumpkin at Texoma farm

You can pick your own pumpkin at Minyard Farms in Marshall County. (KTEN) You can pick your own pumpkin at Minyard Farms in Marshall County. (KTEN)

"As far as we know, we're the only pumpkin patch in the area that grows our own pumpkins that we sell," said Minyard Farms owner Kyle Minyard.

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Jerry Jones: Cowboys 'will not play' if they disrespect flag

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. (Photo: Pro Football Hall of Fame) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. (Photo: Pro Football Hall of Fame)

"There is no question in my mind that the National Football League and the Dallas Cowboys are going to stand up for the flag," the team's owner said. "So we're clear."

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A weakened Nate brings flooding, power outages to Gulf Coast

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Hurricane Nate came ashore along Mississippi's coast outside Biloxi, the first hurricane to make landfall in the state since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. More>>

Denison customers voice concerns with AT&T coverage

"I've been having dropped calls," said Debrah Remezani. "When I go online, my phone times out before it will even get to a story or video, and it's very, very, very frustrating."

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Man dead after shooting at Wynnewood animal park Video included

File photo of a tiger at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. (KTEN) File photo of a tiger at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. (KTEN)

The Garvin County Sheriff said a man was pronounced dead Friday after a shooting at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park.

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Livestock lifestyle has rewards for young rancher Video included

Braylee Cowan shows her livestock at the Fannin County Fair. (KTEN) Braylee Cowan shows her livestock at the Fannin County Fair. (KTEN)

Just 14 years old, Braylee Cowan has already won more than 70 awards and thousands of dollars in scholarship money.

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Patient patients get a break from Denison dentist

Lake Texoma Dental Care provided free services to the community on Friday. (KTEN) Lake Texoma Dental Care provided free services to the community on Friday. (KTEN)

"It's a blessing," said patient Margaret Sanders. "He is a saint."

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Two elections are key to Ardmore schools funding Video included

An artist's rendering of the proposed Performing Arts Center for Ardmore City Schools. (Ardmore City Schools) An artist's rendering of the proposed Performing Arts Center for Ardmore City Schools. (Ardmore City Schools)

Voters will decide if a bond issue will fund a new Performing Arts Center with higher property taxes; before that, another election will determine if a school sales tax will continue.

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'Person of interest' sought in Ardmore burglaries

Zachary Clark (Ardmore PD photo) Zachary Clark (Ardmore PD photo)

Police also want to talk to 20-year-old Zachary Clark about another case involving credit card fraud.

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Armed holdup at Gainesville cell phone store

Verizon store sign (Mike Mozart / CC BY 2.0) Verizon store sign (Mike Mozart / CC BY 2.0)

Employees told  police a man wearing a curly brown wig and long brown beard came in to a Verizon store, pulled a gun, and demanded money and phones.

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Police: Oklahoma bomb threat referenced Vegas shooter

Christopher Jackson (Oklahoma County Jail) Christopher Jackson (Oklahoma County Jail)

Police say 29-year-old Chris Jackson was arrested Thursday on warrants of making a bomb threat, threatening an act of violence and violating Oklahoma's computer crimes act.

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Preview: Brave Hannah fundraiser on Saturday

Hannah was diagnosed with leukemia. (Facebook) Hannah was diagnosed with leukemia. (Facebook)

Earlier this year, 10-year-old Hannah was diagnosed with leukemia. She's now in remission and the community is invited to a fundraiser at Thompson Park in Pottsboro on Saturday, October 7 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There will be food, music, and a softball tournament.  Click here for more info.

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Outdoor dining adventure coming to Denison

A food truck park has been approved for this vacant lot in Denison. (KTEN) A food truck park has been approved for this vacant lot in Denison. (KTEN)

The City Council this week approved plans to turn a vacant lot into a food truck park at the corner of Rusk Avenue and Crawford Street.

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Trump, during photo shoot, talks of 'calm before the storm'

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President Donald Trump delivered a foreboding message Thursday night, telling reporters that a photo-op with his senior military leaders might be "the calm before the storm.". More>>

Technology crammed into cars worsens driver distraction Video included

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A new study says the infotainment technology that automakers are cramming into new vehicles is making drivers take their eyes off the road and hands off the wheel for dangerously long periods of time. More>>

Texoma livestock could suffer if dry conditions persist Video included

A lack of rain threatens the food supply for Texoma cattle. (KTEN) A lack of rain threatens the food supply for Texoma cattle. (KTEN)

Following the wettest August on record, parts of Texoma are now experiencing drought-like conditions following a very dry September.

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Motorcycle rally roars into Ardmore Video included

A stunt rider performs at the Central Harley Owners Group Rally in Ardmore. (KTEN) A stunt rider performs at the Central Harley Owners Group Rally in Ardmore. (KTEN)

"I've been riding motorcycles since I was 12 years old,"  Ron Southerland told us. "I'm 65 now; it just kind of gets in your blood."

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Sherman police warn of spike in car burglaries Video included

Sherman police warn against leaving valuables in parked cars. (KTEN) Sherman police warn against leaving valuables in parked cars. (KTEN)

"The point were trying to get out is: Please please lock your cars and take your valuables inside," Sherman police spokesman Sgt. D.M. Hampton said.

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White House, NRA, Congress agree on regulating bump stocks

A gun store  employee demonstrates how a "bump" stock works. (AP Photo/Allen Breed) A gun store employee demonstrates how a "bump" stock works. (AP Photo/Allen Breed)

Investigators said the gunman who killed 58 people in Las Vegas Sunday night used a "bump stock" accessory to convert his semi-automatic rifles into automatic weapons.

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Oklahoma health officials warn of dire budget consequences

There's a $215 million gap in the budget for Oklahoma health agencies; they're hoping a special session of the legislature can find new revenue sources.

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3 US Army commandos killed in Niger attack

Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou said several Niger soldiers died in the attack which he said was carried out by Mali-based Islamic extremists.

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SMU: Suspended frat made new members eat until sick Video included

The university says in a letter to parents that evidence shows new members of Kappa Alpha Order were paddled and forced to wear vomit-covered clothes.

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Texas judge blocks release of voting records to Trump panel

State District Judge Tim Sulak said providing the records without safeguarding their privacy and security could violate state election and privacy laws.

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Couple on trial for death of Seminole County youth Video included

Colton Clark was last seen alive on April 20, 2006. (KFOR) Colton Clark was last seen alive on April 20, 2006. (KFOR)

Colton Clark, 9, disappeared from his aunt and uncle's home near Wewoka in April 2006.

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Davis police nab diner burglary suspect

The Boom-a-rang Diner in Davis was burglarized after closing last Saturday night. (KTEN) The Boom-a-rang Diner in Davis was burglarized after closing last Saturday night. (KTEN)

Davis police Chief Dan Cooper said the unnamed suspect likely had close ties with the Boom-a-rang Diner.

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Phony phone calls warn of arrest warrant

The Grayson County Sheriff is warning about callers making false statements about arrest warrants. (KTEN) The Grayson County Sheriff is warning about callers making false statements about arrest warrants. (KTEN)

"We don't do business the way he is, calling and asking for personal information," Grayson County Sheriff Tom Watt said.

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Oklahoma lawmakers to consider fuel tax hike Video included

Motorists take advantage of lower fuel taxes in Oklahoma. (KTEN) Motorists take advantage of lower fuel taxes in Oklahoma. (KTEN)

Only South Carolina and Alaska have lower rates on fuel, according to the American Petroleum Institute. But that could soon change.

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Unique pickup truck inspires Denison rally Video included

Denison is hosting the 2017 SSR International Rally. (KTEN) Denison is hosting the 2017 SSR International Rally. (KTEN)

"It's a small group, kind of a cult following," said Mike Moro.

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Police: Paris man abandoned child in car

Glenn Rosson was arrested for abandoning a child in a car. (Photo: Fannin County) Glenn Rosson was arrested for abandoning a child in a car. (Photo: Fannin County)

Glenn Rosson, 31, was arrested at his home after police said they found a red Chevrolet on top of a culvert with an injured child inside.

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Tillerson denies he weighed resigning or called boss 'moron'

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to reporters on Wednesday morning. (CNN) Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to reporters on Wednesday morning. (CNN)

NBC said Tillerson referred to Trump as a "moron" after a July 20 meeting at the Pentagon with members of Trump's national security team and Cabinet officials.

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Man arrested in Oklahoma for Las Vegas-style threat

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Police say 39-year-old Roderick Lamar Robinson was arrested Tuesday in the Oklahoma City suburb of Warr Acres.

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Preview: History Comes Alive at West Hill Cemetery

Dan Steelman, director of The Sherman Museum, discusses the October 7 guided tour of Sherman's historic West Hill Cemetery that brings the lives of eight notable figures to life. Click here for more info.

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Deadly crash in Garvin County

At least one person was killed early Wednesday in a multiple-vehicle collision near Lindsay. 

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National Night Out in Van Alstyne

Police see the event as a way to connect with the community. More>>

Ardmore Commissioners OK new fire station, control tower Video included

Ardmore Municipal Airport has plans to add a control tower. (KTEN) Ardmore Municipal Airport has plans to add a control tower. (KTEN)

Ardmore is getting some much-needed improvements both in the air and on the ground. 

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Fired Durant parks chief files lawsuit Video included

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Former Parks and Recreation Department Superintendent Keach Ballard says he wants everyone to know what happened behind closed doors.

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Sherman ISD: Bond issue is good for jobs Video included

Grayson County Commissioners are briefed about Sherman ISD's $176 million bond proposal. (KTEN) Grayson County Commissioners are briefed about Sherman ISD's $176 million bond proposal. (KTEN)

"Bringing businesses and attracting new families is critically linked to the education that kids get," Sherman ISD Superintendent Dr. David Hicks said.

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Rufe man assaults mom, shot dead in struggle

Deputies said 28-year-old Thomas Brantley Collins was assaulting his mother early Tuesday morning when her boyfriend pulled a gun.

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Oklahoma House Republicans mull return to special session

The House recessed last week when it became apparent there weren't enough votes to support a $1.50-per-pack cigarette tax to help close the budget gap.

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Vegas incident prompts security review at ACL

The crowd at the Austin City Limits festival. (CNN) The crowd at the Austin City Limits festival. (CNN)

Police agencies are taking a second look at their plans to manage crowds at the Austin City Limits festival, which begins Friday.

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Texas country music fan wounded by Vegas sniper

Danae Gibbs was shot in the stomach by the Las Vegas sniper. (Courtesy) Danae Gibbs was shot in the stomach by the Las Vegas sniper. (Courtesy)

Danae Gibbs, 23, went into surgery early Monday morning to remove a bullet from her stomach.

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Rocker Tom Petty dead after heart attack

Tom Petty died after suffering a heart attack. (Zuma Press) Tom Petty died after suffering a heart attack. (Zuma Press)

Spokeswoman Carla Sacks says Petty died Monday night at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after he suffered cardiac arrest.

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Missing Sherman man found dead in Denison

Michael Lindsey was found dead in this home in the 1500 block of West Gandy Street in Denison. (KTEN) Michael Lindsey was found dead in this home in the 1500 block of West Gandy Street in Denison. (KTEN)

Michael Lindsey, 54, was reported missing on Saturday; his body was found at a residence on West Gandy Street in Denison.

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Sherman initiative targets neighborhood blight

Sherman's Neighborhood Refresh Initiative will target blighted sections of the city. (KTEN) Sherman's Neighborhood Refresh Initiative will target blighted sections of the city. (KTEN)

The goal is to take care of homes with unsightly trash or junk in their yards.

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Denison High student arrested after texting death threat

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The unnamed student is under arrest after allegedly threatening to kill other students and then himself.

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OJ Simpson freed; parole official says he'll live in Vegas

O.J. Simpson at a parole hearing in July 2017. (Pool) O.J. Simpson at a parole hearing in July 2017. (Pool)

"I don't have any information on where he's going," said a prison spokeswoman who watched Simpson in blue jeans, denim jacket and ball cap signing documents before his release.

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Frank Baker out as Van Alstyne city manager

File photo of former Van Alstyne City Manager Frank Baker. (KTEN) File photo of former Van Alstyne City Manager Frank Baker. (KTEN)

"I think it's best for the city that we have a new city manager coming on board," City Council member Brad Clough said.

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Crowds flock to Tishomingo for Ole Red opening

Crowds came to downtown Tishomingo Saturday for the grand opening of Blake Shelton's Ole Red restaurant. (KTEN) Crowds came to downtown Tishomingo Saturday for the grand opening of Blake Shelton's Ole Red restaurant. (KTEN)

Country music star Blake Shelton hosted a free concert with some of his friends,  including John Conlee and Ronnie Milsap, to celebrate the opening of his new restaurant.

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Threatening callers claim to be from IRS

"I've talked to the folks at the IRS," Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant said. "The IRS will not be calling anybody if you owe back taxes or owe money — period."

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March for racial justice in Sherman Video included

A peaceful protest for racial justice at the Grayson County Courthouse. (KTEN) A peaceful protest for racial justice at the Grayson County Courthouse. (KTEN)

"What we're trying to do is raise the conscience level of everyone about the need for social justice for all," said Sherman resident Tony Beaverson.

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Preview: Blake Shelton's block party

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Fired Kingston cop disputes city's decision Video included

Scott Brown appeared in a 2016 story about counterfeiting. (KTEN) Scott Brown appeared in a 2016 story about counterfeiting. (KTEN)

"They don't want to hold a true investigation," former Assistant Chief Scott Brown said. "There's no written evidence."

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Kingston City Council fires police official

Scott Brown appeared in a 2016 story about counterfeiting. (KTEN) Scott Brown appeared in a 2016 story about counterfeiting. (KTEN)

Deputy Police Chief Scott Brown lost his job after a marathon meeting Thursday that was not open to the public.

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Gunter school wins national recognition

Students celebrate after learning that Gunter Elementary was named a National Blue Ribbon School. (KTEN) Students celebrate after learning that Gunter Elementary was named a National Blue Ribbon School. (KTEN)

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos recognized Gunter Elementary as a National Blue Ribbon School on Thursday afternoon.

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Denison man sentenced for serial assaults

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"Any time a man puts his hands on a woman and hurts her, he needs to get prosecuted every time," Grayson County Assistant District Attorney Britton Brooks said.

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Tishomingo braces for Blake Shelton restaurant debut

Blake Shelton's Ole Red restaurant in Tishomingo will celebrate its grand opening on Friday. (KTEN) Blake Shelton's Ole Red restaurant in Tishomingo will celebrate its grand opening on Friday. (KTEN)

Tishomingo is home to around 4,000, but the latest projections indicate that the downtown block party for Ole Red could bring a surge of nearly 60,000.

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SOSU student wants to make rodeo his career

SOSU student George Wright wants to make rodeo his profession. (KTEN) SOSU student George Wright wants to make rodeo his profession. (KTEN)

"I just love being a cowboy, so every chance I get to be one, I try to," said Southeastern Oklahoma State University freshman George Wright.

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Pet of the Week Video included

DENISON, TX -- This week we have an orange tabby kitten. He's about four months old. He had two brothers, but they've both already been adopted out. He's very active and loving and they say he's always

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Film about Chickasaw storyteller debuts in Ada Video included

Posing for photos at the premiere of "Te Ata" in Ada. (KTEN) Posing for photos at the premiere of "Te Ata" in Ada. (KTEN)

A star-studded cast came to Texoma Wednesday night for the first public showing of a film documenting the life of Te Ata.

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Mannsville fire chief charged with DUI

Derek Gray (Johnston County Jail) Derek Gray (Johnston County Jail)

Derek Gray was arrested just outside Mannsville on Tuesday.

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Fire destroys home near Kingston Video included

Fire destroyed a residence near Kingston. (KTEN) Fire destroyed a residence near Kingston. (KTEN)

Two women lived in the house, but only one of them home when the fire started. She was not injured.

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Grant boosts Denison teacher's economics lesson

McDaniel Intermediate School students participate in the Colonial Marketplace project. (KTEN) McDaniel Intermediate School students participate in the Colonial Marketplace project. (KTEN)

"Because of these funds, I'll be able to do this activity with every single student in the fifth grade," McDaniel Intermediate School teacher Sarah Heflin said.

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On the Red Carpet at 'Te Ata' premiere

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Jeannie Barbour wrote the inspiring, true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, the Chickasaw Nation performer who is profiled in a new movie that is having its first public showing in Ada on Wednesday.

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Wanted: School bus drivers Video included

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More than a month after the fall semester began, only one area school district surveyed Wednesday by KTEN had filled all of its vacant positions.

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Personnel shakeup at Durant City Hall Video included

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Two key city employees have resigned this week and a third was terminated. What's behind the big changes?

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Vets get dedicated lounge at Murray State Video included

Ribbon-cutting ceremony opens veterans' lounge at Murray State College. (KTEN) Ribbon-cutting ceremony opens veterans' lounge at Murray State College. (KTEN)

"It makes absolutely perfect sense for the veterans to have a space for themselves," said U.S. Navy veteran Hayden Woods.

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Ada church group finds baby on freeway

This one-month-old baby boy was found abandoned along an Oklahoma City freeway. (Courtesy) This one-month-old baby boy was found abandoned along an Oklahoma City freeway. (Courtesy)

"We just believe that God has a greater purpose in all of this, and that He used us to find the baby," Abba's House Pastor Kenneth Angel said.

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New SOSU police chief is law enforcement veteran

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"I am coming back home to Durant, and I'm glad I can be a part of public safety here," said Southeastern Oklahoma State University Police Chief Durward Cook.

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Grayson County control tower awaits federal funding

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"We are the only airport in the United States that fully funds its control tower," County Judge Bill Magers said.

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Equifax dumps CEO in wake of damaging data breach

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The shake-up announced Tuesday comes after Equifax disclosed that hackers exploited a software flaw that the company didn't fix.

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Big checks assure future of job training program

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The Advanced Manufacturing Program at Grayson College has been raising money to buy equipment.

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One suspect jailed, another at large in Valliant homicide

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The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said 18-year-old Christyan Boswell of Valliant was shot and killed around the corner from the elementary school.

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Whitesboro spa treats horses and humans

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"We offer everything from getting your hair done, to have your horse come swim in the pool," said Equine Aqua Spa general manager Christine Smothermon.

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Oklahoma roads, your car, and the special session

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"Bad roads, holes, chug holes, potholes... it takes the smallest of a pothole to knock a car out of alignment," said Rusty Smith, manager at Discount Wheel and Tire.

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Paris murder suspect claims self-defense Video included

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Bond is set at $1 million for 19-year-old Asa Coker, charged  in connection with the death of 30-year-old Jason Payne.

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Oklahoma lawmakers mull new taxes to balance budget

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The Senate on Monday unveiled its plan to shore up the state budget through a combination of a cigarette tax, motor fuel tax and the elimination of a sales tax exemption for the wind industry.

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Ada event brings police, community together Video included

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"We're normal people just like everyone else in town," explained Patrol Officer Michael Lindsey.

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Denison man dead after being hit by train Video included

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Denison police said Thomas Horn got into a fight with his girlfriend before leaving the house, but they don't know how he ended up on the train tracks.

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Great American Giveaway lends a hand to Bryan County residents Video included

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"Whenever I can find out there's something free in this community, I grab it and I give it back to our citizens,"  said United Way director Pamela Robinson.

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Dance education event boosts Ardmore economy Video included

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"We sell out three or four hotels. We encourage these patrons to go out and shop in our community," said Annie Harlow of the Debbie Collins Dance Fund.

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Martyred Oklahoma priest a step closer to sainthood

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Thousands of people attended the ceremony in Oklahoma City to honor Father Stanley Rother, the Roman Catholic Church's first U.S.-born martyr.

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Oklahoma, Texas were targets of Russia election hackers

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The attempt by Russian actors was a common form of surveillance scan looking for vulnerabilities in the state computer network.

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Ardmore volunteers set Saturday cleanup event

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"We have a severe litter problem in Ardmore, Oklahoma," Ardmore Clean Team founder Margaret Ward said. "My main goal is to raise awareness."

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A more authentic look for Denison landmark

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"People come here to learn about the president and learn about his beginnings, so it's important to give more of a sense visually of what the house looked like," Eisenhower birthplace site manager John Akers said.

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Boswell murder suspect dead after chase in Atoka County Video included

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Boswell was rocked Thursday by a crime case that involved a murder, a kidnapping, a police chase, and an officer-involved fatal shooting.

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Grayson County adopts hard-hit Gulf Coast community

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Just weeks after Aransas County, Texas, was pummeled by Hurricane Harvey, it is being "adopted" by Grayson County.

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Ada police urge caution for food delivery drivers Video included

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This week's armed robbery of a Domino's Pizza delivery driver in Ada is raising concerns about safety.

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Sherman OKs first new hotels in a decade Video included

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Sherman Town Center will soon offer more than shopping, dining and movies.

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Oklahoma ventriloquist, 12, wins 'America's Got Talent'

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Darci Lynne Farmer, of Oklahoma City, beat out another youngster, 10-year-old singer Angelica Hale, for the 'AGT' title Wednesday.

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Vandals damage sculpture at Ardmore arts center Video included

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"It's just a super big disappointment that children would do this to one of his pieces," said Jan Tindale, who was a friend of famed artist Jesus Moroles.

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Pet of the Week Video included

DENISON, TX -- Today we have an adorable little black kitten. He's about 7 weeks old and has beautiful eyes. They say at first he's shy, but is very loving once he warms up to you. He has two brothers who

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OU President David Boren to step down

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Boren announced his plan Wednesday to a standing-room-only crowd of several hundred students, faculty and staff inside OU's performing arts center.

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Court decision protects vital Texoma aquifer Video included

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The Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer has been in jeopardy for the last 15 years until a court decision on Tuesday.

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Ardmore cuts crime rate with more patrols

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"We didn't need any more equipment or any more vehicles... we just needed to put more people on the street," Assistant Police Chief Kevin Norris said.

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Single parents oppose Okla. child support fee

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"They're going to opt to take it away from the ones that's already struggling, and they really could desperately use the money," single parent Ray Earheart said.

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Take 2: Sherman ISD outlines bond proposal

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"Will it cost more? Sure," Sherman ISD parent Chris Dowd said. "Is it worth it? Absolutely."

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Trump threatens 'total destruction' of North Korea

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The president used very strong language in his inaugural address to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday morning.

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Sherman police locate suspect in fatal hit-and-run

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The name of the suspect in Saturday morning's accident that killed Frederick Howard has not been released.

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Sherman utility customers to see new storm water fee

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That new fee could be implemented as soon as November, when water and sewer rates will also be increasing by 3 percent.

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Elegant B&B near Austin College approved Video included

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"We're really excited to bring something historic that is also palatable to people... something you can touch, feel, taste, experience," managing partner Chandler Wible said.

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