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    Update: OKC police nab suspect connected to Sonic armed robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Police say they have caught the man responsible for an armed robbery at a Sonic Sunday. The robbery happened at the Sonic Drive-In located on the 3000 block of South Council in Oklahoma City. Police say the suspect walked into the Sonic and was able to get away with at least $300.00. Officials say the suspect has been identified as Donald Carson, 42. Oklahoma City say they found Carson and arrested him.    

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    Update: Former OU and Vikings star Adrian Peterson issues statement on Facebook

    UPDATED 9/15/2014 1:50 P.M.- (CNN) –  Hours after the Minnesota Vikings announced Adrian Peterson will practice this week and is expected to play Sunday, Peterson is now telling his side of the story. Peterson turned himself in to East Texas authorities Saturday, two days after an indictment alleged the 29-year-old father did “recklessly or by criminal negligence cause bodily injury” to his son. Peterson quickly posted $15,000 bail and was released, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. ESPN’s Adam […]

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    Lows in the mid to upper 60s overnight; Scattered showers possible Monday

    Monday morning will be fairly quiet with mostly cloudy skies and a few scattered sprinkles during the drive to work. A cold front will head south out of Kansas during the afternoon to trigger some scattered thunderstorms along and just south of it starting after 4pm. Any storms that form could become strong, but there’s little risk of any severe weather aside from heavy downpours and lightning. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s with a southwest breeze […]

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    Actress reportedly mistaken as a prostitute, detained by police

    LOS ANGELES (CNN) – “Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts says Los Angeles police allegedly detained her because they thought she was a prostitute. Watts, who is African-American, and her white boyfriend accuse police of racism for questioning them after they were seen showing affection in public. An LAPD spokesman told CNN Sunday that officers from its North Hollywood precinct were responding to a citizen complaint. “There was an indication on the radio call that a male white and female black […]

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    Doctor caught in social media storm defends laying off employee with cancer

    CNN – A Pennsylvania oral surgeon who laid off a cancer-stricken employee had good intentions — aiming to help the woman get unemployment benefits and focus on her treatment — but now he is getting threats and verbal attacks on social media, according to the doctor’s lawyer. “Dr. (George) Visnich put (employee Carol Jumper) on layoff status so this poor woman didn’t have to worry about showing up at work after going through chemo, and would still have a source […]

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    Cleveland County rollover accident leaves one injured

    CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. – Motorists traveling on I-35 may run into a bit of traffic following an accident Sunday evening. Crews responded to the area of I-35 near Highway 9. Authorities say a vehicle rolled over on the busy Interstate, leaving one injured. Officials have not said what caused the accident. This is a developing story. Refresh this page for updated information.

  • Is there too much county government? Find out on today’s Flash Point

    Today on Flash Point Kevin Ogle talks ISIS. Over the weekend, British aid worker David Haines was executed by ISIS militants, according to a video posted Saturday to a website associated with the group, making him the third Western captive to be killed by the Islamist extremist group in recent weeks. Also on Flash Point, Ogle brings up the talk of the town – earthquakes. Fallin has called in a committee to study what’s causing the tremors. But, is the […]

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    Oklahoma artists, performers come together to host annual Plaza District Festival

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Looking for something exciting to do this month? From noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27, more than 40 Oklahoma artist booths will line the 1700 block of NW 16th Street while local musicians and performers entertain throughout the district at the 16th annual Plaza District Festival. The Plaza District Festival features exclusively Oklahoma artists, performers and vendors, making this festival a truly local event. Musicians Sherree Chamberlain and Josh Sallee headline the festival performing at […]

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    Semi accident backs up traffic on I-44

    UPDATED: Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials say that as of 3:45 p.m., the wreckage is clear. OKLAHOMA CITY – You may run into some traffic issues in Oklahoma City on I-44 near NW 10th Street on your way home from church. At least one lane is close on I-44 northbound where a semi accident occurred Sunday afternoon. Officials said the semi driver rear ended another driver, causing a chain reaction. One person has been transported to a nearby hospital in stable condition.  

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    Ouch: Helmet-cam shows dramatic first-person experience of getting ‘doored’ while on a bike

    NEW YORK – A bicyclist in New York is lucky he wasn’t seriously injured after a dramatic accident. Dan Conner was riding through the beautiful city of New York when out of no where a passenger in a taxi opened their door right in front of him. Conner was wearing a helmet cam during the time that captured the whole thing. Watch and see what it’s like to get ‘doored’ in a busy city.

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    Sixth graders asked to compare George W. Bush and Adolf Hitler

    A homework assignment at one DC school is causing an uproar on social media. Now, a teacher will apologize for assigning students the task of comparing Hitler and former President George W. Bush. According to the school system, an unnamed teacher had sixth graders read an article on Adolph Hitler and the Holocaust. They were also asked to read an 11-year-old Associated Press story on President Bush and why U.S. military forces went into Iraq. In the assignment, the teacher […]