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  • Psychology professor of Stanford says not to rely on test scores

    New York, N.Y. – Carol Dweck’s growth mindset research has found that children who believe their talents and abilities can be developed through hard work, perseverance and lots of good mentoring from others are willing to take on more learning challenges. When faced with these challenges, they are more resilient and more likely to succeed, particularly children from vulnerable populations. Fab quote by Carol Dweck @Stanford #psychology — David Webb (@psych101) February 16, 2018 Dweck, who won the 2017 Yidan […]

  • Heat up your home safely with OKC’s heating safety tips

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Keeping you and your family sufficiently warm when ice falls outside can prove to be difficult and while portable space heaters can help generate heat,  the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is reminding the public that they do present potential fire hazards and must be used with caution. According to NFPA’s latest U.S. Home Fires Involving Heating Equipment report, which was released today, heating equipment is the second-leading cause of U.S. home fires and the third-leading cause of home fire deaths. More than half (53 percent) […]

  • Oklahoma City’s 101st Auto Show coming to Oklahoma State Fair Park

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The 101st Oklahoma City Auto Show will have something for everyone with features that include the Futurliner #10, autos from the early 1900’s, exotic cars and a re-creation of the 1950’s Oklahoma City Auto Shows. It all begins March 9! “We are really excited about the different types of automobiles on display during the 101st Anniversary Oklahoma City Auto Show,” Chairman Laine Diffee said. “Whether it is antique cars or exotic cars or new cars like the 2019 […]

  • OKC Animal Welfare’s tips to keep your pets safe during the winter weather

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – When temperatures in Oklahoma plummet and the ice starts falling, Oklahoma City Animal Welfare wants, not only you to be safe but your pets as well. Without a proper warm place for your pet to take shelter, the freezing precipitation can be deadly. Keep your pets safe during freezing weather by following Animal Welfare’s tips for pet owners: She’s so mad 😂🐾 #dogsinsweaters — ❄Samantha Stewart❄ (@SamStewart2735) December 15, 2017 The first and most important […]

  • New protocol helps some cardiac arrest patients survive ‘certain death’

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – It’s called an ECPR alert and more people are walking away from a type of cardiac arrest that is nearly always fatal, thanks to this new protocol being tested at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. “This protocol is for people who are in ventricular fibrillation or refractory ventricular tachycardia, which are irregular heart rhythms that aren’t compatible with life and resist being shocked back to normal,” said Dr. Ernest Mazzaferri Jr., medical director of The […]

  • TripAdvisor’s list of America’s best beaches

    NEEDHAM, Mass. – TripAdvisor released a new list of the best beaches in America, so while the ice covers the Oklahoma roads, you might want to stay indoors and plan for Spring weather. “Soft sand, clear waters and balmy temperatures are common threads among these Travelers’ Choice award-winning beaches that have delighted millions of TripAdvisor reviewers across the globe,” said Brooke Ferencsik, senior director of communications for TripAdvisor. “The Caribbean and Florida stake claims as the most decorated on the […]

  • Pipeline bursts and spills into neighborhood pond

    YUKON, Okla. – A pipeline located in the Savannah Estates neighborhood off of Memorial and County Line road burst Sunday morning and oil spilled into a nearby pond. When fire crews arrived on the scene, they noticed a layer of crude oil on top of the neighborhood pond. Multiple calls from Yukon and Piedmont came into the fire station, complaining about the foul smell. The scene is still active and crews are working to keep it under control.    

  • Drive-by shooting ends in fatality

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – A passenger died at the hospital after a drive-by shooting occurred at 3300 North Lincoln. This happened around 11 p.m. Friday when a car drove past a van the victim was in and fired multiple shots. The suspect is still not found and the case is currently under investigation.

  • Oklahoma 18-year-old dies in car crash

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – 18-year-old Paige Manion was involved in a fatal car crash Wednesday afternoon three miles west of Hugo, OK, in Choctaw County. It happened on US70 around noon and troopers reported Manion having received major head injuries. Manion was crossing over into the westbound lane where she collided with another vehicle. The report shows that the driver of the second vehicle, 26-year-old Jeffrey Joslin was not injured.  

  • Study shows southerners are more comfortable dating divorcees

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – This week, a national relationship survey was conducted on 2,000 people to understand American’s opinions on relationships, divorce, pre-nuptial agreements, and other relationship dynamics. Avvo, an online legal marketplace conducted the study, asking participants over 18-years-old their opinion on dating someone who has been divorced. Margarita + sangria = the greatest love story ever told. ❤💛 — Deep South Taco (@DeepSouthTaco) February 14, 2018 When it comes to dating someone who’s been divorced, Southerners were found […]

  • Rudy’s Country Store cooking up cups of care

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – This Valentine’s Day, Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q launches a special edition of their Pink “Cup for a Cause”, a campaign that raises money for breast cancer charities. During the next four weeks, Rudy’s is transforming their normal 32 oz cups into the famous Pink Cup and will encourage guests to donate $1. In exchange, guests receive a coupon for a free drink to be used on their next visit. “It’s amazing what we’ve been able to […]