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    Police: Homeowner shoots, kills alleged burglary suspect in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials say a burglary suspect was killed after attempting to break into a home in northwest Oklahoma City. Police say the homeowner shot the suspect in the 2500 block of N. Moulton Drive around 3:15 p.m. Saturday. “We received a call of alarm in the area, officers got to the area unsure of the exact address,” Staff Sgt. Billy Payne with Oklahoma City Police says. A blaring alarm was the only clue police had at the time. “The alarm was going […]

  • Sony Pictures decided to not go forward with a Christmas Day, 2014, release of "The Interview." The move comes after threats from anonymous hackers pressured many major theater chains to cancel screenings.
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    U.S. seeks China’s help against North Korean cyberattacks

    (CNN) — The United States has asked China for help battling North Korean hacking of American information systems, such as the Sony Pictures incident, a senior administration official told CNN on Saturday. “We have discussed this issue with the Chinese to share information, express our concerns about this attack, and to ask for their cooperation,” the official said. “In our cybersecurity discussions, both China and the United States have expressed the view that conducting destructive attacks in cyberspace is outside […]

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    Moisture to start streaming across Oklahoma tonight

      OKLAHOMA – Tonight, moisture will start streaming across Oklahoma from the south. Patchy dense fog and drizzle set up shop all across our great state, mainly after midnight and through most of Sunday morning. Temperatures will bottom out in the low 40s with a southerly breeze at 5-10mph. We’ll reach the low 50s by Sunday afternoon as some sunshine tries to poke through mostly cloudy skies. Drizzle and possibly a few sprinkles or light rain showers are possible from […]

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    2 New York police officers shot, killed in apparent ambush

    NEW YORK (CNN) — Two New York City police officers were shot and killed ambush-style Saturday as they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn, according to two law enforcement sources. Both were shot in the head, one of the sources said. Few other details were available. They were rushed to a hospital in critical condition, said police spokesman Sgt. Lee Jones. The families of the fallen officers arrived at Woodhull Medical Center on Saturday afternoon, as dozens of police […]

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    Video: Man survives after being run over by 14-wheel truck

    Surveillance video out of China captured an intense scene when a 14-wheel truck drives over a bicyclist. The truck was turning at a crossroad when it hit the biker causing him to fall. Miraculously, he missed being run over by the truck’s tires, but the truck just kept driving. Emergency crews treated the man on the scene and say he only suffered some minor bruising.   See a typo? Report it here.

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    Fender bender turns violent in Tulsa

    TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police say a man was shot after a minor fender bender. According to KOKI, the shooting happened around 2 a.m. Saturday when two cars bumped into each other outside of a bar in Tulsa. Officials say when the driver stepped out of the car, three men from the other vehicle confronted him. Authorities say someone then shot at the victim and his vehicle. The man drove himself to the hospital with a gunshot wound. KOKI learned doctors […]

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    Officials investigating overnight shooting

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are investigating an overnight shooting. Authorities say just before 2 a.m., two men were found with gunshot wounds in their car near the 11500 block of Chisholm Trail. Their injuries are non life threatening. The victims were unable to identify a suspect. As of now, police have no person of interest.   See a typo? Report it here.  

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    Viral video leads to reality TV show for North Carolina woman

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – A North Carolina woman’s viral video has landed her a reality TV show. According to WGHP, 30-year-old Whitney Thore never expected her No Body Shame campaign to become so popular or her “Fat Girl Dancing” video to go viral. She certainly never expected to land her own television show, “My Big Fat Fabulous Life,” on the TLC cable network. Thore says the campaign started because of her struggle with weight, but she believes her message can speak to […]

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    New petition asks Oklahoma attorney general to withdraw lawsuit against Colorado

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Earlier this week Oklahoma and Nebraska filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the justices to strike down Colorado’s marijuana legalization laws. Now, thousands of people are petitioning Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt and Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, asking them to withdraw the lawsuit. So far, more than 11,000 supporters have signed Marijuana Policy Project’s petition. Once they receive 15,000 signatures, the group plans to send the following letter to Pruitt and Bruning. Please withdraw the lawsuit […]

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    Last-minute Christmas shopping guide

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Still haven’t ordered those stocking stuffers? You’ve got to hurry, or your gift won’t arrive by Christmas. You’ve already missed the deadline for free shipping from Amazon, for example. (It was Friday.) But the online store says gifts ordered as late as Tuesday can still be under the tree on Thursday if you pay for one-day delivery. Some customers in major cities can even place orders by 10 a.m. on Christmas Eve and receive same-day delivery. […]

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    A defiant Sony scrambles to find a way out for ‘The Interview’

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Will any company step up and help Sony Pictures show the world “The Interview?” This weekend the embattled movie studio is in active discussions with potential distribution partners, figuring out if there’s a way forward for the film that provoked a crippling cyberattack, an FBI investigation and a presidential critique of the company. Netflix, YouTube and major movie theater owners are not commenting. But CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, who interviewed Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton on Friday, […]