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BREAKING: The Artist known as Prince found dead in his home

CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — Pop superstar Prince, widely acclaimed as one of the most inventive musicians of his era with hits including "Little Red Corvette," ''Let's Go Crazy" and "When Doves Cry," was found dead at his home on Thursday in suburban Minneapolis, according to his publicist. He was 57.

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January 14 Local Headlines

- Deaths in Murray, Oklahoma County jails prompt OSBI investigation
- Lone Grove Police searching for burglary suspect
- Calera chase suspect makes plea
- Bryan County searching for Sherman man
- More.....

LOCAL NEWS: Duston pleads guilty; Authorities searching Lake Texoma

- Duston pleads guilty to Kidnapping, rape, other charges
- Authorities searching Lake Texoma for possible missing boater
- Denison/Sherman thief allegedly caught
- Cars at Bryan County funeral broken into
- Oklahoma fines for driving around barriers could go up
- Pauls Valley man gets 20 more years for stabbing

LOCAL NEWS: Fount Duston pleads guilty to kidnapping, rape, and numerous other c

LOVE COUNTY - Fount Duston, who was arrested in November of 2014 for kidnapping a young girl from her home in Ardmore, has pled guilty to a number of charges. They include two counts of 1st degree rape, three counts of lewd molestation, furnishing alcohol to a minor, child pornography, kidnapping charges in both Love and Carter County and felony gun charges.

Suspect wanted for Pontotoc County burglary

PONTOTC COUNTY - A sketch artist has released a rendering for a home invasion suspect in Pontotoc County.

Man makes off with cash from Sherman bank

SHERMAN - Police are on the lookout for a brazen thief who made out with an undetermined amount of money from a Sherman bank yesterday.

ODOT uses dynamite to clear rock on I-35 in the Arbuckles

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FEMA asking for Flood Damage reports

Do you have flood damage from Tropical Depression Bill?
Report it by conatcting the American Red Cross for possible FEMA aid.
Kevin Kerr has the entire story with Carter COunty Emergency Management director Paul Tucker.