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    What the dying really regret

    Editor’s note: Kerry Egan is a hospice chaplain in South Carolina and the author of “Fumbling: A Pilgrimage Tale of Love, Grief, and Spiritual Renewal on the Camino de Santiago.” (CNN) – “I know I’m supposed to hate my body,” the patient said in her soothing Southern drawl. She pushed away her lunch, a brown lump and pile of orange. Her son spent a lot of money to have low-fat, no-sodium, no-sugar, low-calorie meals delivered to the house while he […]

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    Watch: Couple’s solution to moving couch is both hilarious and awesome

    Have you ever struggled moving a heavy couch from your third floor apartment? Warning: At the end of the video, an ad contains some profanity. Viewer Discretion is advised.  A couple recently came up with a brilliant solution to save them both time and strength on moving day.  

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    Police investigating after body found in OKC

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a body found in Oklahoma City. Authorities say a man’s body was found near I-44 Service Rd., just west of Kelly. Officials say a couple of construction workers found the body and contacted authorities Saturday afternoon. Police have not released the person’s identity or any other details at this time. Refresh this page for updated information.   

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    Date night disaster: President Obama’s credit card denied after dinner with first lady

    NEW YORK – Ever had your credit card turned down at a fancy restaurant? President Obama can commiserate. Speaking to workers at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington on Friday, he recalled a moment last month when, at the end of a dinner out in New York City, his plastic was declined. “I guess I don’t use it enough, so they thought there was some fraud going on,” he said. “Luckily, Michelle had hers. I was trying to explain to […]

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    Infant dies from enterovirus; ‘We didn’t even know he was sick’

    Phoenix, AZ (KTVK) -A Valley couple is reeling from the loss of their infant son, and reached out to 3TV after doctors confirmed enterovirus killed him. 3TV has learned that baby, Lancen Kendall, is one of 24 cases statewide that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is testing for the deadly D68 strain. Lancen’s parents say he showed no signs or symptoms that he was sick and that he just didn’t wake up from a nap earlier this month. […]

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    Student with meningitis dies; hundreds being contacted

    CNN – An 18-year-old San Diego State University student diagnosed with meningitis died Friday, leaving university officials scrambling to notify up to 400 people with whom she may have come in contact. “Initially, we were thinking it was just a small group of people, but now we’re in the range of estimates of 300-400 people that we’re notifying,” said Dr. Gregg Lichtenstein, director of SDSU student health services and clinical services. “We’ve sent out a campuswide notification that all members […]

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    Oklahoma wineries host second annual Oklahoma Wine Walk

    NORMAN, Okla.  – Oklahoman wineries are coming together to host the state’s second annual Oklahoma Wine Walk today. The event will feature a variety of Oklahoma wineries, live music, genuine wine collectibles and more. From 12 to 6 p.m., patrons can taste delicious selections from Oklahoma wineries, listen to live music from Oklahoma entertainers and stroll through outdoor booths featuring Oklahoma made wines. Those participating are StableRidge Winery in Stroud, Canadian River Winery in Slaughterville, Native Spirits Winery in Norman, […]

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    OKC police searching for man connected to armed robbery

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police say they are searching for a man who is connected to an early morning armed robbery. Just after 11:20 Saturday morning, police were called to the Approved Cash Advance on the 4000 block of NW 63rd street. Oklahoma City’s Public Information Officer says the suspect was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and blue jeans. The man is described as a black male. If you have any information on the crime, call Oklahoma City Police. This is a […]

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    Reports: Mom pulled 6-year-old girl’s hair so hard it removed part of her scalp

    PENNSYLVANIA – A mother in Pennsylvania is facing charges after violently pulling her daughter’s hair. The mother is accused of pulling her six-year-old daughter by the hair so hard that it caused internal bleeding. DailyMail reports that the victim’s hair was pulled so hard that the scalp separated from the victim’s skull. Police is Western Pennsylvania say Brittany Ruck grabbed her daughter by her hair and yanked her out of her chair because she could not count to 12. The […]

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    Man allegedly treated for Google Glass addiction

    CNN  – A man who checked in to the Navy’s Substance Abuse and Recovery Program for alcoholism treatment was also treated for a Google Glass addiction, according to a new study. San Diego doctors say the 31-year-old man “exhibited significant frustration and irritability related to not being able to use his Google Glass.” He has a history of substance abuse, depressive disorder, anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder, they say. The man was using his Google Glass for up to 18 […]

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    One in every five U.S. cars recalled this year

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – There have been 52 million car and truck recalls in the United States so far this year. Even accounting for millions of the same vehicle being recalled more than once, that’s roughly the equivalent of one car out of every five on the road. The recalls are far above the previous record of 30.8 million in 2004. The 2014 estimate comes from Stericycle, which helps automakers manage their recall process. It says there have been 544 […]