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    Graphic: Oklahoma City man arrested for lewd acts with child, manufacturing child pornography

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man was arrested on a series of complaints, including manufacturing child pornography and lewd acts with a child. On March 11, 2016, an Edmond police officer started an undercover investigation into the sharing of child pornography over the internet. During the officer’s investigation, she found an individual who had movie and picture files containing child pornography. On Sept. 23, 2016, after identifying where the suspect lived, investigators served a search warrant at an apartment in the 1400 […]

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    Metro Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout project vandalized in Midwest City

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A metro Boy Scout’s project, which will earn him is Eagle Scout badge, has been vandalized. He spent months gathering materials and building an outside gym for the community to use at Tom Poore Park in Midwest City. Donovan Stanberry is an active 17-year-old who just wants to make a difference. “Thinking about an Eagle project, you have to find something that means something to you,” said Stanberry with Boy Scout Troop 267. He believes in fitness, […]

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    Firefighter describes life after historic face transplant: ‘I have hope now’

    Patrick Hardison can now drive his children to school in the morning. He can swim in a pool, run his fingers through his hair and blink his eyes. He can walk in crowds without strangers staring and pointing at him, and children running away crying, frightened by his face. About a year ago, the 42-year-old volunteer firefighter from Senatobia, Mississippi, couldn’t do any of those things. His face was severely disfigured. Hardison suffered extensive facial burns after responding to a […]

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    Man sentenced to prison for molesting sleeping woman on flight

    NEW YORK — A New York man who molested the passenger sleeping next to him during an international flight has been sentenced to two years in prison. Nadeem Mehmood Quraishi, 43, of Staten Island, learned of his punishment Friday, according to U.S. Attorney Robert L. Capers. An hour into the Oct. 26 flight last year, the victim took anti-anxiety medication and fell asleep, according to a criminal complaint from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. When she woke up several hours later, […]

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    “You can go too,” Husband and wife, married 63 years, die minutes apart

    It’s said that love is the strongest force in the world. If that’s true, then a married couple from South Dakota proves that not even death is strong enough to keep loved ones apart. A funeral will be held in Platte, South Dakota on Monday for a couple married for more than six decades who died just minutes apart on the same day and in the same room. Henry and Jeanette De Lange both died on July 31, just 20 […]

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    Day care worker charged with sexually abusing 5-year-old boy in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — A man who was employed at a day care center in Salt Lake City was charged with a felony for allegedly sexually abusing a 5-year-old boy left in his care, according to documents obtained by KSTU. According to a statement of probable cause filed July 26, 19-year-old Carlos Rodriguez of Salt Lake City is charged with one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child as a first-degree felony. A warrant has been issued for his […]

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    Teen killed days before receiving Make-A-Wish gift

    SAN ANTONIO – A 17-year-old battling cancer was shot and killed days before receiving his Make-A-Wish foundation gift – to see his grandfather’s pickup truck restored. Diego Rodriguez, from San Antonio, was trying to take a gun away from a 15-year-old boy when the firearm discharged, striking Rodriguez in the chest, the boy’s father said. Rodriguez was rushed to an area hospital where he died early Tuesday. Police have charged the juvenile suspect with murder in Diego’s death. Rodriguez had […]

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    School bus driver pleads guilty to raping student, will serve no jail time

    CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A school bus driver in Tennessee who pleaded guilty to raping a student will serve no jail time. Alexander Rodriquez, 34, appeared in Hamilton County Criminal Court on Thursday where he pleaded guilty to aggravated statutory rape and was sentenced to 4 years in prison. However, the sentence was suspended and Hamilton will undergo supervised sex offender probation for 10 years and wear a GPS ankle monitor, according to WTVC. In March 2015, a 15-year-old student at Sale Creek High School […]

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    NewsChannel 4 staff react to overnight fire in the building

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A fire inside KFOR caused quite the commotion early Wednesday morning. The fire started inside our server room around 3:40 a.m., which is the hub of the station, making broadcasts possible. Our crews at NewsChannel 4 are not used to being the source of the news, but let’s just say it wasn’t a typical day at the station. “All of the sudden, we see the lights flash and we’re thinking, ‘oh, it’s a power surge,'” Jared Rodriguez, […]

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    Couple die hours apart after 58 years of marriage

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas – George and Ora Lee Rodriguez had just celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary. The couple first met in San Antonio and got married after George served in the Marine Corps. They moved into their home and watched their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren grow up. A few months ago, George suffered a stroke and died in his sleep, according to KABB. Family members say the couple was beside each other and holding hands when George died. Three hours […]

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    Oklahoma Decides: Everything you need to know about Tuesday’s primary election

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On Tuesday, voters across the state will head to the polls for the statewide primary on several important positions. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. Oklahoma has a modified closed primary system. Normally, only those registered in a party are allowed to vote in the party’s primaries and runoff primaries. However, the law allows recognized parties to notify the Oklahoma State Election Board if they want to let Independent […]