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    The latest on the unarmed therapist shot by police, officer named

    MIAMI, Fla. – The police shooting of an African-American caregiver, who was lying in the street trying to help a patient with autism, was accidental, according to the local police union representing the North Miami officer who has now been indentified. The officer is Jonathan Aledda, North Miami City Manager Larry Spring Jr. said at a press conference. Aledda has been placed on administrative leave. Emile Hollant, a second officer, has also been placed on administrative leave without pay after […]

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    Personal trainer explains how to get pumped using kettlebells

    OKLAHOMA CITY – We got pumped using kettlebells this morning on Rise and Shine. A kettlebell is a weight that is off centered from the handle which makes it great for swinging. It also adds a different dynamic to traditional lifts. It’s an alternative way to boost strength, improve muscle endurance and conditioning. Personal fitness trainer Sean Shearon stopped by Rise and Shine today to give us a little show and tell with kettlebells.  

  • Kayla Dubois, 24, of Navarre, (left) and Christopher Wimmer, 33 of Crestview,(right) are charged with multiple felonies regarding taking "selfies" with unconscious patients being taken to the hospital in ambulances.

    Two former paramedics in jail following alleged “selfie” war using patients in ambulances

    OKALOOSA COUNTY, Fla. – Two former paramedics are in jail after allegedly engaging in a “selfie” war using patients in ambulances, some of whom were unconscious. Former Okaloosa County Emergency Medical Services paramedic Kayla Renee Dubois, 24, is charged with two felonies. She was arrested Thursday in Santa Rosa County. Christopher Wimmer, 33, of Crestview, is facing seven felonies and a misdemeanor battery charge. He turned himself in to police in Crestview Thursday afternoon. Investigators say the two suspects used […]

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    Authorities capture suspect accused of shooting at Oklahoma police officer

    TONKAWA, Okla. – Authorities have captured a man accused of shooting at an Oklahoma police officer. On Wednesday, police say officers attempted to make a traffic stop at I-35 and Hwy 60 in Tonkawa. That is when the vehicle stopped and shots were fired, officials say. Luckily, police say no one was injured. The incident led to a pursuit, but authorities say they lost the vehicle in Noble County. Authorities started searching for the suspect’s vehicle and asked anyone with […]

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    New information about fatal plane crash that killed 2 Oklahomans

    ENID, Okla. – Officials have released new information about the fatal plane crash that killed two Oklahomans. Around 6:40 p.m. on July 21, a small plane crashed near Enid. Officials say Randall Lee Harris, 55, of Owasso, was flying a single engine aircraft when he attempted an aerobatic maneuver. Harris then lost control of the aircraft and was unable to regain control, the accident report states. The plane crashed into an open field, killing Harris and his passenger, 25-year-old Dale Bryan […]

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    Oklahoma City Zoo asking for your help naming its California sea lion pup

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Zoo is asking for the public’s help in naming its newest addition. Born on June 25, 2016, to mom Pearl and dad Xander, the zoo is ready to name its female California sea lion pup. Both parents are rescues who have been cherished animal ambassadors since their arrival at the zoo. The zoo is asking that name suggestions contain the letters P or X, or both, to honor the pup’s beloved parents. Everyone is welcome […]

  • When Zika virus made headlines because of its link with the neurological disorder microcephaly, it became the latest in a growing list of mosquito-borne viruses for Americans to worry about.

    CDC awards Oklahoma $302,000 to help battle Zika

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will award $302,000 to Oklahoma to fight the Zika virus. The award is Oklahoma’s share of about $60 million CDC is awarding to states, cities, and territories to support efforts to protect Americans from Zika virus disease and adverse health outcomes that can result from Zika infection, including the serious birth defect microcephaly. The funding is in addition to $25 million awarded on July 1 as part of CDC’s preparedness and response […]

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    Death of 4-month-old ruled homicide after high levels of Benadryl found in infant’s system

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. – The death of a 4-month-old baby at an unlicensed home day care in Connecticut has been ruled a homicide after toxicology reports found high levels of Benadryl in the infant’s system. Police in Fairfield say they’re investigating the March 22 death of Adam Seagull. The woman who runs the day care called police after she couldn’t wake Seagull from his nap, News 12 Connecticut reports. His death was initially ruled an accident from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Deputy […]

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    Anne Hathaway shares emotional tribute to Garry Marshall

    Actress Anne Hathaway recently shared an emotional tribute to famed director and producer Garry Marshall. Marshall, 81, passed away from complications of pneumonia following a stroke at a hospital late Tuesday, his publicist confirmed. He created some of the most popular 1970’s TV shows — including “Mork and Mindy” and “Happy Days,” and directed hit films like “Pretty Woman,” “Beaches,” “Overboard,” “Runaway Bride,” and “The Princess Diaries.” In 2001, Marshall cast Hathaway to star alongside Julie Andrews in “The Princess Diaries,” […]

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    Still no arrests after 8 family members were killed ‘execution-style’ in Ohio

    PIKETON, Ohio – No arrests have been made in the three months following an Ohio massacre that left eight family members dead. The cold-blooded nature of the “execution-style” killings in Piketon, Ohio left the small town rattled. The victims, aged 16 to 44, were methodically shot in the head while sleeping at four residences, including a mother with a 4-day-old infant lying beside her, authorities said. The newborn, along with a 6-month-old and a 3-year-old, survived. The official said the […]

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    Firefighters extinguish early morning blaze in S.E. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Crews battled a serious fire that engulfed two connected buildings in southeast Oklahoma City early Thursday morning. Just before 3 a.m., fire crews were called to reports of a fire near S.E. 12th and South Central Ave. When crews arrived, a bar and a connected home were engulfed in flames. Firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze within 20 minutes. Officials say it doesn’t appear anyone lives in the home. Fortunately, there were no injuries. Officials are […]