• s073826341-300

    Good Samaritan who shot man attacking Arizona trooper says God put him there

    PHOENIX – A good Samaritan being hailed as a hero in Arizona is not quite ready to speak with reporters. He’s trying to reconcile taking a life, even when it was the right thing to do, officials said Monday. The unidentified motorist last Thursday killed a suspect who had wounded and was beating an officer. “He is a very humble guy,” said Col. Frank L. Milstead, director of the state Department of Public Safety, of the man who saved Trooper […]

  • Candles  burn in front of the monument of Sobibor World War II Nazi German extermination camp on October 14, 2013 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the uprising in this camp. Philip Bialowitz, Thomas Blatt from USA and Jules Schelvis from Netherlands last insurgents participated in a memorial ceremony at the site of the Sobibor monument. AFP PHOTO/JANEK SKARZYNSKI        (Photo credit should read JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

    Israel says Nazi camp excavations unearth link to Anne Frank

    JERUSALEM-  Israel’s Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial says researchers excavating the remains of one of the most notorious Nazi death camps have uncovered a pendant that appears identical to one belonging to Anne Frank. Yad Vashem says Sunday it has ascertained the pendant belonged to Karoline Cohn _ a Jewish girl who perished at Sobibor and may have known the famous diarist. Like Frank, Cohn was born in Frankfurt in 1929. Researchers are trying to confirm whether they were related. The […]

  • img_3891

    Train hits truck, no injuries

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Occupants of a truck stalled on railroad tracks are safe Saturday morning after escaping their vehicle. It happened near NW 89th and Western. Oklahoma City Police Lt. Michelle Henderson said the people inside the vehicle made it out safely and unsuccessfully attempted to flag down the train before it hit the truck. A tow truck was called to the scene to remove the vehicle from the tracks. BNSF spokesperson Joe Sloan said they are investigating the matter. Nobody was […]

  • mcdonalds

    Boy, 12, points gun at classmate’s head then demands chicken nugget

    NEW YORK – A 12-year-old New York City boy allegedly pulled a gun on a classmate and demanded she give him a chicken nugget earlier this week, NYPD officials told WPIX-TV. It was his second attempt to get a chicken nugget from the girl, police said. The boy noticed the girl buy Chicken McNuggets at a McDonald’s on Lexington Avenue and East 103rd Street in Manhattan Tuesday. When he asked her for a McNugget, she refused. The boy allegedly followed […]

  • brian-costanza

    Trooper talks about shootout with Michael Vance Jr.

    OKLAHOMA CITY – For the first time, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper who played a key role in shooting and killing Michael Vance Junior is sharing his story. You will remember, the week-long manhunt that started late October that had Oklahoma on edge. Vance was wanted for killing two family members, shooting two Wellston police officers and shooting two others during separate carjackings. His alleged crime spree ended not long after shooting the Dewey County Sheriff. OHP Trooper Brian Costanza […]

  • promo308360852

    American blade runner comes to Oklahoma for new legs

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The summer Olympics are three and a half years away. Preparations are already underway in Tokyo and in Oklahoma. Elite runner Blake Leeper believes he will be the first American amputee to compete in the able-bodied Olympics without his own legs. Leeper made headlines in 2016 at the 100 m qualifier for Rio when he finished second after losing one of prosthetic legs at the finish line. Leeper ditched those loose legs and has traveled to Oklahoma […]

  • patrol-car-stolen

    Watch: Suspect leads Oklahoma officers on second chase after allegedly stealing patrol car

      TULSA, Okla. – An Oklahoma man is facing charges after allegedly leading police in Tulsa on two chases early Monday morning. Authorities tell KJRH that they initially were called to an armed robbery when they spotted Cody Rose in a vehicle that matched the suspect’s car near 36th St. North and Peoria. Officers said Rose led them on a chase before he crashed his vehicle and attempted to run. However, police took him into custody when he was spotted […]

  • Smart breast pump lets mom multitask

    Smart breast pump lets moms multitask

    LAS VEGAS – Breast pumps are large, loud and often painful. The devices women use today require them to stop what they’re doing every few hours in order to pump. Willow, the first smart wearable breast pump, wants to change that. The Silicon Valley company launched its hands-free breast pumps at CES 2017 this week. The pair of teardrop-shaped devices fits in a woman’s bra and silently pumps – no awkward tubes required. Inside each pump is a collection bag […]

  • China Daily Life - Weather

    Beijing advises umbrellas to shield against its gross snow

    BEIJING – “The snow is very dirty! The snow is very dirty! The snow is very dirty!” This thrice-emphasized warning from Beijing’s Meteorological Bureau appeared on Chinese social media site Weibo on Thursday after the country’s Ministry of Environmental Protection announced the city’s average air-quality index for the past month came in at 195, with a high of 470, Time reports. To put that in context, the WHO notes that 25 is a generally safe level. And, apparently, the particles […]

  • joe-mixon

    OU’s Joe Mixon Announces He’s Turning Pro

    Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon announced Thursday night via Twitter he will forego the rest of his eligibility at OU and enter the NFL Draft. Earlier in the day, a report from Neil Stratton of Inside the League indicated Mixon would turn pro. The report says Mixon will be represented by STL Group and agent Peter Schaffer, and train at Michael Johnson Performance in McKinney, Texas. Mixon just completed his sophomore season at OU, breaking the school record for single season […]

  • Mckinney

    Texas teen tackled by police officer at pool party files federal lawsuit

    The family of a Texas teenage girl is suing the city of McKinney, its police department and a former police officer for the fallout after a call about a “disturbance” at a neighborhood pool party in 2015. In a federal complaint filed last month, 16-year-old Dajerria Becton and her legal guardian allege that former police officer Eric Casebolt violated her constitutional rights by using excessive force. CNN cannot independently verify the amount of damages the family is seeking. A video […]