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Man Accused Of Killing Rider Grad. Heads To Trial

The capitol murder trial for a man accused of killing a Rider High School graduate is scheduled to begin Monday.  Opening arguments are set to start in the trial of 50-year-old Terrance Deering Black. 

He's accused in the death of a North Texas fitness instructor who was kidnapped from the Gleneagles Country Club in Plano where she worked.  Her body was found a day later in a field along the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco.

Black faces an automatic life sentence without parole if convicted in the death last year of his ex-girlfriend, 40-year-old Susan Loper of Frisco.  Loper was a graduate of Rider High School in Wichita Falls.

To read our complete coverage of Loper's disappearance, click here.

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