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    Tips to strengthen passwords and secure password keepers

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Passwords can be daunting to remember but they are critical for keeping your information and data secure. Having one strong password for all of your accounts is not advised. Here are some tips for strong passwords: Use a mix of upper and lower case letters Mix in numbers Use special symbols Try to have at least 10-14 or more characters. (yes, we know those are a long passwords) Try unconventional phrases Stay away from obvious dictionary words and combinations […]

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    Train collision in Texas panhandle sends at least one to hospital

      PANHANDLE, Texas– At least one person has been taken to the hospital after two trains hit head-on Tuesday morning in Panhandle, Texas. Officials are evacuating the east side of the town. BNSF confirms two of its trains hit head-on Tuesday morning. One employee was take to the hospital while rescue efforts are underway for three other employees involved in this incident. Fire crews are also battling a blaze as large plums of heavy black smoke rise from the wreckage. […]

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    Oklahoma’s first Gold Medal Congressional Award winner!

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Gabby Rueda attends the Dove Science Academy and she is Oklahoma’s first Gold Medal Congressional Award Winner. It took her 3 years to complete the rigorous requirements which included 400 hours of community service, 200 hours of personal development, 200 hours physical fitness. She wants to go to college and become a neurologist. Learn more about Gabby and the award in the video above.  

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    Watch Live: Olympic diving, swimming and gymnastic trials

    The Olympic Trials are underway and you can watch all the action live! Jump on board the Road to Rio with us. You will be able to watch these exciting and popular sports. The links to the live streams are below! Diving We would say that dive was đź’Ż, but we'd be lying. It was actually 101.01!!!! #DiveTrials16 pic.twitter.com/CXHCIMJhAt — NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) June 24, 2016 Gymnastics .@D_whittenburg high flying on the vault. https://t.co/YBls9EyN4l — NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) June 24, […]

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    Freedom School OKC needs your help for vital summer reading program

    OKLAHOMA CITY–Freedom School Oklahoma City is a summer reading program for underserved children. The program provides 3 hours of reading weekdays plus afternoon arts enrichment programs. FSOKC is a six-week summer literacy programming which started in mid June and runs through July 20. The tuition is free to the families but it costs about $850.00 per student. The program relies exclusively on donations from corporate and individual donors. For more information on enrollment click here.  For more information on donations […]

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    Jersey Mike’s raises money for hungry Oklahoma children

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Jersey Mike’s opened a new store in Stillwater and raised money for Oklahoma kids at the same time with help from the community. As part of the grand opening, the store gave away free sandwiches for a donation. Those donations went to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Food for Kids Program. Charlie Brown with Jersey Mike’s said the grand total for the donation came to $2545.00. The Food Bank says for every $1  it receives that can […]

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    Learn more about the Bob Barry, Jr., Golf Classic

    Click here to learn more about the Bob Barry, Jr., Inaugural Memorial Golf Classic  

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    Go Purple! And help raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease

    OKLAHOMA CITY– June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month and this month the Alzheimer’s Association needs your help to uncover the truth about this disease and dementia. Alzheimer Facts. It is fatal and kills more people than breast and prostate cancer combined. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States and the only cause of death among the top 10 in the U.S. that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed. Alzheimer`s is not normal aging. […]

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    DHS makes Summer Cooling assistance available for low-income households

    OKLAHOMA CITY- DHS makes Summer Cooling assistance available for low-income households Oklahoma City — The Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) will make a limited amount of summer cooling assistance funds available across the state through the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). The funds are designed to help low-income households that are extremely vulnerable to summer-heat stresses. DHS will begin taking applications online at http://www.okdhslive.org on Tuesday July 19th, 2016. The agency has approximately $18 million in federal funds […]

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    Police: Armed suspect shot SWAT at Texas Walmart, hostages safe

    AMARILLO, Texas– It was a scary situation for shoppers and employees at a Texas Walmart. On Tuesday morning, police reported there was an armed suspect at a Walmart in Amarillo who had taken hostages. **** UDPATE **** It has been confirmed that there is one person armed with a gun inside Walmart and at least one… https://t.co/BHTZuMYmqk — Randall County S. O. (@RandallCountySO) June 14, 2016 Amarillo Police report the suspect was shot by SWAT members and the hostages were safe. […]