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    Exposure to loud music puts more than 1 billion at risk for hearing loss

    CNN- “Hey dude — can you turn your music down?” If anyone says this to you while you’re wearing your earbuds, take note: You are probably endangering your hearing. More than one billion teens and young adults are at risk of losing their hearing, according to WHO (that’s the World Health Organization, not the rock band). It’s not just old folks who suffer hearing loss. Just by listening to music at what you probably think is a normal level, or […]

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    OKC Auto Show rolls into State Fair Park this weekend and you could win big!

    Are you a car enthusiast? In need of a new vehicle? The OKC Auto Schow will feature new cars, car giveaway and a Dale Earnhardt Sr. race car. This annual event is coming to the Oklahoma Stat Fair Park March 6-8, 2015. You could also win a new car! Five finalists will be chosen and the winner will be selected on Sunday, March 8 at the Auto Show.  The winner will choose either a 2015 Ford Fusion SE Sport or a […]

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    Money management and tax help apps

    Here are links to the money management, receipt organizers and tax help apps. Slice: This app is really intended to organize online shopping by recording purchases and tracking packages. That said, it could work for your tax records, too, if you make a lot of business-related purchases online. Slice links with your email account to pull and store e-receipt data. Best of all, Slice is free. PowerWallet: PowerWallet is a comprehensive money management system. It links to your bank and financial […]

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    Earthquake insurance consumer assistance link

    If you have concerns about earthquake insurance you can contact the Oklahoma Insurance Department Consumer Assistance here.   

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    News Writer- Part Time

    The primary purpose of the News Writer is to write and gather information for highly produced newscasts, to assist with Assignment desk duties and roll TelePrompTer for daily newscasts. Experience: SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS: 1. A proven journalistic talent for news writing. 2. Ability to type, operate police scanner, handle news telephones and other such equipment. 3. Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License (or able to get one). Requirements: PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Writes news stories for daily newscasts 2. Delivers scripts to […]

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    State rests in murder trial of man accused of killing Weatherford teen

    ARAPAHO, Okla. - The state rested Monday afternoon in the murder trial of Tucker McGee. He’s accused of killing 16-year-old Jaray Wilson in October 2012. A witness testified McGee was high on K2 before he shot Wilson. The motive is still unclear. The judge dismissed the jury for the night around 5:00 p.m. They’ll be back Tuesday morning when the defense starts presenting it’s case. In day 5 in the murder trial of Tucker McGee, the 20-year-old defendant took notes, listening closely […]

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    Oklahoma City Public Schools, Great Conversation meetings

    Oklahoma City Public Schools is taking “The Great Conversation” process to the community for input and discussion. Here is a link and below are the dates, times and locations for the meetings.   Monday March 2, 2015 Tuesday March 3, 2015 Wednesday March 4, 2015 Thursday March 5, 2015 Douglass Mid-High School900 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.&US Grant High School* 5016 S. Pennsylvania Capitol Hill High School*500 SW 36th&John Marshall Enterprise 12201 N. Portland Star Spencer High School3001 N. Spencer […]

  • Looking back at the history of Oklahoma City’s Deep Deuce District and one man who helped build it

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.- Oklahoma City’s Deep Deuce District is home to some favorite stops and shops in the metro. A historical community that has been the central place for the jazz and blues scene in OKC. It has been home to many legendary musicians such as Charlie Christian, Dororthy Ellis and Jimmy Rushing to name a few. Deep Deuce was also one of the largest African-American neighborhoods in Oklahoma City. “Deep Deuce was the Afro-American, black business district of OKC,” […]

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    Child injured after car crashes into building

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.- Police say a driver possibly traveling too fast hit an icy spot, lost control and crashed into an apartment complex pinning a seven-year old girl underneath the vehicle This happened in the 6700 block of Lyrewood . The child has been taken to the hospital The driver has been arrested. This is a developing story so refresh often

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    Oklahoma State High School basketball tournaments postponed

    Click here to check on the status of the Oklahoma State  High School Playoff Basketball Tournaments

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    Star Trek’s ‘Spock’, Leonard Nimoy dies at 83

    The man who played Spock in the original Star Trek series has died at the age of 83. Leonard Nimoy passed away Friday morning according to the New York times. Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83 http://t.co/qGs75jMzEz — The New York Times (@nytimes) February 27, 2015 Leonard Nimoy died on Friday. His zeal to entertain and enlighten reached beyond “Star Trek.” nyti.ms/1E4q4Qt http://t.co/rBjYe9pGGG— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 27, 2015 Nimoy had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. […]