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  • New York police are searching for a man who stabbed two children, one fatally, in an elevator Sunday evening, July 1, 2014. Police described the man as a "heavyset" black male, approximately 6 feet tall, between ages 25 and 35, and last seen wearing a gray shirt. He stabbed a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl inside an elevator in their apartment building in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn and fled, police said.

    Young children going to get ice cream stabbed in elevator, police search for suspect

    NEW YORK – New York police are searching for a man who stabbed two children, killing one, in an elevator Sunday morning. Police described the suspect as a “heavyset” black man approximately 6 feet tall between ages 25 and 35, last seen wearing a gray shirt. He is accused of stabbing a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl inside an elevator in their apartment building in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn and fled, police said. The little boy, […]

  • Puppy drives owner's car into pond.

    Puppy problems: Playful pup proving to be handful, drives owner’s car into pond

    CANTON, Mass. – It’s a good thing she is cute. A puppy in Massachusetts is already proving she is going to be handful. Throughout history they’ve been humankind’s most convenient, unwitting and trustworthy scapegoats for missing homework assignments and olfactory mishaps. But this time a dog is on the hook for a little bit more than papers. A Canton man is telling cops that if they think he was responsible for his own car sinking to the bottom of a […]

  • Airport travel suitcase

    The top 20 travel mistakes to avoid

    Traveling or going on vacation soon? CNN has compiled a list of the worst vacation and travel mistakes so you don’t have to make the same ones. Every one of the travel chokes on this list comes from painful personal experience — often multiple times repeating the same mistakes. (We’re nothing if not persistent.) 1. Overpacking At home, with your complete wardrobe available, there’s no reason not to run through work, workout and working-the-clubs outfits in a single day. But […]

  • Plane misses sun bather

    Watch: Plane nearly lands on unsuspecting sunbather on beach

    It wasn’t just a day at the beach for one sunbather in Germany. A small plane was coming in for landing on a small airstrip just steps from the sand. An unsuspecting sunbather was face-down on the shore when he said he realized just a few seconds before the plane was headed straight for him. He said he ducked down just in time. NBC News reported the pilot later admitted he misjudged the landing. No one was injured.

  • Wedding party in water

    Wedding party taking pictures before ceremony on dock… what could go wrong?

    CROSSLAKE, Minn. – We have seen it before, wedding parties posing for pre-ceremony pictures on a boat dock. It sounds like a good idea but in practice, there are too many videos to prove otherwise. The latest couple to take the plunge, Dan and Jackie Anderson got married in Crosslake, Minnesota over the weekend. They too decided to take decided to take a group photo on a dock before getting hitched. Let’s just say they “fell” for each other, hook, line […]

  • Oklahoma drought May 2014

    Oklahoma’s wettest month ends dry, June to bring above-normal heat & rainfall

    Climatologists say Oklahoma’s wettest month has now come to and end and come up short. Experts say during the month of May temperatures were higher than normal but rainfall was about two inches below the state’s average. Officials said 2014 is now listed at the tenth driest spring on record. They do have some good news. Scientists said they believe June will bring hotter than normal temperatures but also above-normal rainfall in far northeastern Oklahoma.  

  • tulsa Walmart shooting

    Walmart shooting leaves one dead, others injured; suspects still at large

    TULSA, Okla. – Police said one person is dead and two people are hurt after a late night shooting at a Tulsa Walmart. Authorities said a man’s body was found just inside the entrance to the store just before 10:30 p.m. Two other men were found in the parking lot with gunshot wounds. Officers said they found two handguns in the parking lot. Police said they aren’t sure how many people are involved but the suspects are still on the […]

  • New police station

    Oklahoma City Police Dept. making this change for first time in 24 years, lowering response time

    OKLAHOMA CITY – For the first time in 24 years, the Oklahoma City Police Department is making some major changes. The department is changing the patrol boundaries in an effort to cut down response time, especially on the city’s south side. A new station is under construction right now near S.W. 54th St. and Portland. The new patrols will go into effect today. Before today, the Sante Fe Division patrolled the entire south side of the city. Now the south […]

  • Money from insurance tornado

    More help for tornado victims at insurance forum tonight in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – More than a year after two monster tornadoes carved a path through several metro communities, some storm victims are still dealing with unresolved insurance issues. Today Insurance Commissioner John Doak is holding a forum for tornado survivors who are still in limbo with their insurance claims. More than 100,000 claims have been filed since last year’s tornado outbreak with insurance payments topping more than $1 billion. Tonight the Oklahoma Insurance Department’s consumer assistance, legal, anti-fraud, and Medicare […]

  • Taft school

    Last day of class for all Oklahoma City schools but one

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Freedom is just one day away for students in Oklahoma City. Today is the last day of class for the state’s largest district. An abundance of snow days forced the entire district to tack on a few extra days to the school year. However, one OKC middle school will be in session through Thursday. In a letter sent out to parents, Taft Middle School Principal Charmaine Johnson explains because of construction delays at the beginning of the […]

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    Temps to soar to the 90s, 100s Wednesday

    Look for a warm and muggy night tonight with lows only dipping to the low to middle 70s.  Winds will die down a bit later on. Temperatures will soar to the 90s and 100s tomorrow with a breezy south wind. A front will drift into northern Oklahoma and stall out, sparking isolated showers and thunderstorms tomorrow through Saturday. The front will finally move through Saturday night and storm chances will greatly increase. Heavy rain is possible on Sunday. Stay tuned […]