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    Arnold Schwarzenegger joins Chuck Todd on Meet the Press to preview California primaries

    This Sunday, Chuck Todd is previewing the California presidential primaries on Meet the Press. Joining Todd will be former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Make sure you watch Meet the Press Sunday, May 29 at 10 a.m.    

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    Concern growing after ANOTHER rabid skunk is discovered in Edmond

    EDMOND, Okla. – Edmond officials say at least three skunks have tested positive for rabies this year. In April, an Edmond woman found a dead skunk in her yard. She called Animal Welfare out of Edmond, who then had it tested by the health department. The test came back positive for rabies. In the past week, Edmond Animal Services say two other skunks picked up by Animal Services officers have tested positive for rabies. “One was on East 28th Street […]

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    Research shows what questions Oklahomans Google more than any other state

    OKLAHOMA – Can you guess what questions Oklahomans Google more than any other state? Using Google Trends, Estately compiled a list of questions each state Googles more frequently than the other states. “Here at Estately, we were determined to find out what questions internet users in each state asked more frequently than others. What we uncovered was both inspiring and depressing.” According to Estately’s research, the questions Oklahomans Google more than any other state include: “Is Obama Muslim?” “Why do dogs […]

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    Google shows us which word Oklahoma has the hardest time spelling

    Google recently released a map that shows the single word people in each of the 50 states have the hardest time spelling. The data is based on Google searches that start with the phrase “how to spell” and then the word people are looking to spell correctly, TODAY reports. Google’s data shows the people of Oklahoma have the hardest time spelling the word “gray.” But we aren’t alone! Two other states, South Dakota and Michigan, also have a hard time with […]

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    Oklahoma man headed to prison after allegedly attacking his paraplegic ex-wife

    GRANT COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man is headed to prison after he allegedly attacked his paraplegic ex-wife. Clay Gardner, 49, was arrested in March after sheriff’s deputies found him at a home near the Garfield-Grant county line – with blood literally on his hands. The Sheriff’s Office was responding to a 911 call from a woman who said she was being stabbed. That woman told NewsChannel 4 her ex-husband became violent after a minor argument. “I knew I was going to […]

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    Baseball manager absolutely loses it when things don’t go his way

    TULSA, Okla. – A minor league baseball manager threw a temper tantrum when things didn’t go his way. Frisco Rough Riders manager Joe Mikulik got a little carried away this week when his team was up against the Tulsa Drillers. Mikulik was arguing a call with the umpires when he threw his helmet. He was immediately ejected from the game and that is when the show started. He slid into second base, then went back for another piece of the umpires. He […]

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    Crowd of fans welcomes Oklahoma City Thunder players home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After losing to the Golden State Warriors 120 – 111 in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals, the Oklahoma City Thunder returned to the Sooner State to a crowd of fans cheering at the Will Rogers World Airport. OKC maintains its edge in the series, leading 3-2. Now, the Western Conference Finals will return to Chesapeake Arena for Game 6. Game 6 will tip at 8 PM on Saturday night. Hard-fought loss. #ThunderNation we’re headed home hungry for Game […]

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    Severe storms possible Friday night before beautiful Saturday

    OKLAHOMA – Today is the last day of severe weather in a long stretch across Oklahoma. Storms will fire in the west and gradually move into central Oklahoma by Friday evening. Click here to follow the storms with KFOR’s interactive radar Large hail and high winds are the main threats, but a few brief tornadoes are also possible. Click here for a list of watches and warnings in Oklahoma We’ll have a break from the storms on Saturday, isolated storms for […]

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    Report: Prosecutors drop charges against Tulsa inmate to avoid bearing financial obligations after injury

    TULSA COUNTY, Okla. – Prosecutors reportedly dropped charges against an inmate to avoid bearing any financial obligations for his medical bills after he was injured inside his cell. The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office told the Tulsa World David Lee Fulps, 38, suffered a broken neck and pelvis in the Tulsa jail when he leaped from a sink to a bed. Fulps was transported to a local hospital to be treated for his injuries. Sheriff Vic Regaldo said that prosecutors dropped all charges against the man […]

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    Tulsa mother arrested for child abuse could be facing murder charge after 7-month-old dies

    TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa mother who was arrested on child abuse charges could now be facing murder charges after the death of her 7-month-old baby. On Tuesday, the infant was rushed to the hospital after he was found unresponsive, KJRH reports. “This little boy was found to have a brain injury that usually comes from some kind of strike or shake, it’s not something that is an accidental injury.” Cpl. Greg Smith said. Investigators determined the child’s mother, Ruth Lewis, […]

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    American Airlines waives man’s change fee after witty letter

    The next time an airline hits you with a fee, you can either go on a epic rant about “Big” Business and their “evil” ways. Or you can do what Alex Hamberger did. He took the honey over the vinegar approach and look where it got him. Back in March, a sudden illness forced Hamberger of Buffalo, New York, to cancel a flight to see his 9-month-old niece in Kansas City. He had to rebook, and we all know what […]