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    Choctaw residents calling police about wolf sightings

    CHOCTAW, Okla. — Residents of the Choctaw Creek neighborhood in Choctaw are getting used to seeing her by  now. “Our neighborhood wolf pet out here, yeah,” said Mitchell Melton.  “Not aggressive, but won’t let you go up and pet her.” “My daughter calls her Wolfie,” said Philip Chicoine. Choctaw animal control officer Kenny Grant says […]

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    There are tons of things to do at the Myriad Gardens this summer, here are a few

    There are all kinds of activities for all ages happening in July at the Myriad Botanica Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City. Check them out! KIND Yoga Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45pm Inside the Crystal Bridge or Pavilion, depending on weather M FREE/NM $10 Best for age 16 and up   This is a great, all-levels Vinyasa-style class led […]

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    Pregnant woman stabbed after sexually explicit pictures posted online

    SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – A pregnant woman is in intensive care after she was allegedly stabbed by the father of her unborn child. “I thought I was going to lose my sister or her baby, probably,” said David Rodriguez Salas. Rodriguez Salas says things got out of control when his sister, Natalie Rodriguez, found sexually […]

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    Caught on camera: Lightning strike narrowly misses police cruiser

    GAUTIER, Miss. — Talk about a close call! A police officer in Gautier, Mississippi was driving in stormy weather when lightning struck the bridge right front of him. According to WLOX, the lightning strike was captured on the dash cam of Sgt. Mark Rodriguez’s patrol car. Rodriguez said he later went back to the spot […]

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    Photos show terminally ill dog crossing off bucket list destinations

    A terminally ill dog is on the trip of a lifetime. Poh, a mixed-breed dog from New York City, is living his final days crossing off his bucket list destinations, according to ABC News. “I got to spend seven weeks with Poh. At first, I did not think he’d make it two weeks, but he […]

  • Oklahoma judge sends tardy defendants directly to jail

    OKLAHOMA COUNTY,Okla.-An Oklahoma County judge is fed up with her courtroom’s lack of punctuality. More than half a dozen people were sent to jail. Their crime? They all showed up late to court. It’s unclear if this was the first time, or the offense was repeated, but judge Cindy Truong was not wasting any time […]

  • The search for a rookie Los Angeles Police Department officer suspected of homicide has expanded into an international manhunt, focused on the border cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The FBI said Friday, March 20, 2015, it believes Solis is armed and dangerous and drove 800 miles across the desert from Southern California to El Paso with his father in a pickup a week ago.

    Fugitive ex-cop caught in Mexico

    MEXICO — The two-month search for a former Los Angeles Police Department officer suspected of homicide in California ended in Mexico, the Chihuahua attorney general said Tuesday in a statement. Henry Solis, 27, had been wanted in the March death of Salome Rodriguez, 23, who died after a shooting that followed a fight between the […]

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    Police: Drunk father crashes car, leaves injured children behind

    MADERA, Calif. (KSEE) – Officers are searching for man who is accused of driving drunk and leaving his injured children at the scene of an accident. Authorities are searching for 31-year-old Rafael Cortez, for allegedly driving under the influence, crashing and rolling his car, fleeing the scene and leaving his four children behind. The children, […]

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    Union preparing to fight for A-Rod’s $6 million home run bonus

    NEW YORK — Multimillionaire Alex Rodriguez doesn’t seem too put off that the Yankees aren’t paying him a promised $6 million bonus for catching Willie Mays in home runs. But his union is. The Major League Baseball Players Association is preparing to file a grievance against the Yankees on A-Rod’s behalf, even though Rodriguez hasn’t […]

  • Freddie Gray's parents join protestors in Baltimore after the Baltimore Police Department released the names of six police officers suspended with pay after the arrest of Freddie Gray.

    The death of Freddie Gray: Baltimore protests grow

    The emotions are raw and protests are growing in Baltimore, where a community wants answers in the death of Freddie Gray. As protesters chanted “No justice, no peace!” Tuesday evening, Gray’s distraught mother, Gloria Darden, collapsed in tears at the spot where her son was arrested this month. She was whisked away. Gray, a 25-year-old […]

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    U.S. Supreme Court limits police drug-sniffing dogs’ roles in traffic stops

    WASHINGTON –  Following a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, it seems fewer people may encounter drug-sniffing dogs during traffic stops. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled that police cannot turn a traffic stop into a lengthy search for drugs. In the past, it seems it has been a common practice for officers to stop a […]