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  • MH370

    Australia: Debris found off Reunion is ‘major lead’ in MH370 search

    SAINT-DENIS, Reunion — The discovery of debris off the coast of Reunion Island is “a very significant development” in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but it’s too soon to say whether it’s part of the missing aircraft, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said Thursday. Authorities are treating it as “a major lead,” Truss told reporters. The debris was found Wednesday off the coast of Reunion, a French department in the western Indian Ocean. It is being examined […]

  • Mo Python

    Missouri man kills a nearly 15-foot python in yard

    WARREN COUNTY, Mo. — A massive snake on the loose in a Missouri neighborhood was finally caught. Snakes are common in the area, but not a 14-foot, 7-inch, 160-pound Burmese python, KTVI reported. The snake was first seen over the weekend after it went after a man’s poodle. One neighbor had two dogs disappear, but doubted the snake ate them. Another neighbor had three chickens vanish without a trace in recent days. Early Tuesday morning, a woman woke up to her St. […]

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    Relief from the heat begins today!

    Relief from the heat begins today! As a front continues to drift into southern Oklahoma, widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will form. Stay up-to-date with the storms with KFOR’s interactive radar Temperatures in central and northern Oklahoma will be about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday due to the clouds and rain. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue tonight and tomorrow. Tomorrow’s highs will only reach the middle 80s to lower 90s statewide! Isolated storms will continue for Saturday, especially in […]

  • Daniel Holtzclaw

    UPDATE: Bond revoked for former Oklahoma City police officer accused of raping women

    OKLAHOMA CITY — A former Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting women while on duty went back to jail on Monday. Daniel Holtzclaw is facing 36 different criminal counts, including rape, sexual battery, and indecent exposure. He’s been out on bond awaiting trial, but on Monday, he went back to the Oklahoma County jail for violating the conditions of his bond. Late Wednesday, a new court filing shows his bond has been revoked. Holtzclaw was sentenced to a 15-day stay […]

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    Millennials have jobs, but still live with mom and dad

    NEW YORK  — It might seem shameful to previous generations, but Millennials are in no rush to move out of mom and dad’s — even after they’ve landed jobs. As the economy has improved, more Millennials have jobs than they did five years ago, yet more of them are living at home now, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center. Today, 42.2 million Milliennials are living with their parents, compared to 41.9 million in 2010. In the […]

  • Dubose

    Ohio university cop indicted in shooting of unarmed motorist during traffic stop

    CINCINNATI, Ohio – University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge for shooting motorist Samuel Dubose during a traffic stop earlier this month. If convicted, Tensing could go to prison for life, said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters in a press conference in which he played body camera footage of the shooting. “He purposely killed him,” said Deters, saying that Tensing shot Dubose in the head. Deters called the killing “asinine” and “senseless.” Dubose […]

  • cattle hauler rollover

    Cattle hauler rolls over on I-35 near Paoli

    PAOLI, Okla. – Drivers near Paoli ran into some traffic on I-35 Wednesday morning. Officials say both of the northbound lanes of I-35 near mile marker 80 were shut down after a cattle hauler semi rolled over. Officials say 140 cattle were on the truck. At this time, it is unclear if any of the animals died in the accident. Officials say the semi driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. After 5 hours, the interstate finally reopened.   […]

  • Postal carrier Ron Lynch delivered more than the mail to a Sandy, Utah boy. Mathew approached Ron while he was delivering mail and asked if he had anything he could read -- even junk mail. Lynch posted a photo of Matthew on Facebook and the strangers began sending in books, enough to fill Matthew's bookshelf.
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    Reading material request goes viral; boy is flooded with hundreds of books

    Matthew Flores actually likes reading junk mail — not that the 12-year-old Utah boy has to anymore. Letter carrier Ron Lynch was delivering mail to Matthew’s apartment complex in Sandy last week when he found him reading trashed advertising fliers and newsletters. “I saw him reading ads, and then he asked me if I had any extra mail he could read,” Lynch said in a post to his Facebook page. “He told me his wish is to have books to […]

  • Manhunt scene in Wellston

    UPDATE: Man accused of hitting deputy is in custody following manhunt

    UPDATE: Officials say a manhunt that lasted throughout the day on Tuesday is finally over. Authorities say Danny Hopkins, who was accused of hitting a sheriff’s deputy with his car, is in custody.   WELLSTON, Okla. – A massive manhunt still underway at this hour for a man accused of running over a deputy. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says they were called to assist in a manhunt around 9:05 a.m. Authorities say the man they are looking for is Danny Hopkins, […]

  • Earl

    Grumpy Puppy is the moodiest looking puggle you will ever see

    Is Grumpy Puppy the new Grumpy Cat? The internet is now obsessed with Earl, the moodiest looking puggle anyone has ever seen. The 5-month-old puppy is a beagle and pug mix. His owner says despite his sulky face, Earl is actually very friendly. “He is the most relaxed, content puppy either one of us has ever seen,” Earl’s owner, Derek, told Yahoo! The Grumpy Puppy now has a huge following on Instagram and Facebook since his photos went viral. Hello Instagram! […]

  • Colby Sheppard

    Inmate hospitalized, facing additional charges after assaulting fellow inmate

    ENID, Okla. – An inmate was hospitalized Monday after allegedly assaulting another inmate. Sheriff Jerry Niles told the Enid News and Eagle that Colby Sheppard, 18, attacked another inmate with a makeshift weapon at the Garfield County Detention Facility. “He attacked another inmate, and that inmate used self-defense to stop the aggression,” Niles told the newspaper. “The other inmate was defending himself.” The alleged victim only suffered minor injuries and refused treatment. However, Sheppard, the alleged instigator, was taken to the […]