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KTEN Tuesday Newscast Online Edition

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KTEN Engineers have been working around the clock to resolve the technical issues we've been facing since our station was hit by lightning on Sunday night.  In the meantime here's an abbreviated newscast that we've produced for the our website.

Video:  http://youtu.be/Qt-syaQvbGo

1)  KTEN's Erin Jones brings us the latest on what happened the night the lightning struck and the process to get us back on air.

2)  KTEN's chief meteorologist Alan Mitchell brings us more about the strength of the lightning bolt that struck our tower.

3)  Gas that disappeared from a precinct barn has lead to the termination of two Grayson County employees.  Alex belser shows us what the Grayson County sheriff's Office is doing to investigate the fuel scam.  

4)   Once in danger of being closed due to federal funding cuts the Carter County Air Park is now safe.  Stephanie Rivas explains how local funding is helping to keep hundreds of jobs  in Ardmore.