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  • Detectives investigating death of 15-year-old Oklahoma boy

    LEXINGTON, Okla. – Detectives in Cleveland County say they are investigating the death of a 15-year-old boy. On Sunday morning, deputies rushed to a home after hearing about an unresponsive teenager. When they arrived, they found the body of 15-year-old Nicholas Braden Faught. Detectives are continuing to investigate Faught’s death while the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office determines his exact cause of death. At this point, no other information is being released. Just found out that one of my childhood […]

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    Man taken into custody after jumping into river following police chase

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On Monday afternoon, authorities pulled a man out of the¬†Oklahoma River. Shortly before 4 p.m. on Monday, officers attempted to stop a vehicle near I-35 and I-40. The chase started¬†when two people inside the vehicle jumped out and ran away from officers. Eventually, police found one person in the Oklahoma River. He was taken into custody just after 4 p.m. No word on what sparked the initial chase, but the vehicle the men jumped out of has […]

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    “Tornado touching down!” Terrified residents relay tornado to dispatchers through 911 calls

    MOORE, Okla. – As a tornado barreled through southwest Oklahoma City and into the city limits of Moore, many residents were shocked by what was happening. The Moore Police Department was flooded with phone calls for help and information. On March 25, a tornado touched down in Moore, destroying businesses and homes in the area. In all, 33 homes were destroyed in Moore. Several schools also suffered damage from the storm. Amazingly, no one was killed. However, several people experienced […]

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    U.S. Justice Department files discrimination lawsuit against Oklahoma college

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma college is at the center of a lawsuit after officials claimed it violated the Civil Rights Act. The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Southeastern Oklahoma State University and the Regional University System of Oklahoma for violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The lawsuit alleges the college discriminated against a transgender employee and retaliated against her when she complained about discrimination. In 2004, Rachel Tudor began working at the college […]

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    Craving something different for breakfast? Try this french toast with a twist

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If you are looking for a special meal to serve your family and friends, a popular concoction from a local eatery may be just what you are craving. Kyle’s 1025 Restaurant says the ‘Hartman’s French Toast’ is one of the most ordered meals at the business. In fact, it is known to out- sell prime rib and grilled salmon at brunch. The recipe is as follows: 1 loaf Baguette, sliced in 1″ slices, left for a few […]

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    Moore’s damage assessment released following tornado

    MOORE, Okla. – As families and businesses continue to rebuild after last week’s tornado, officials are getting a better idea of the damage. On Monday, the City of Moore released the first official damage assessment from the tornado that touched down on March 25. In all, 33 homes were destroyed, 27 homes suffered major damage and 47 homes experienced minor damage from the storm. Authorities say 347 homes were affected by the tornado within the city limits. Officials say Kids […]

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    Virginia teen, Air Force cadet, struggling to survive following massive heart attack

    RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – A Virginia teenager is struggling to survive after suffering from a massive heart attack. Hailey Lane decided that she wanted to serve her country when she was just in the first-grade. On Sept. 11, 2001, her mother was supposed to take a tour of the Pentagon. Amazingly, she missed the tour bus and was not there when a plane crashed into the building. In 2013, Lane graduated in the top five of her class from Midlothian […]

  • ‘If I couldn’t read,’ Local event brings awareness to literacy struggles of thousands of Oklahomans

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Being able to read is something a lot of people take for granted. Community Literacy Centers will be hosting ‘Literacy Live’ on Wednesday, April 1 at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City. With the Twitter hashtag #IfIcouldntread, event organizers are asking guests and community members to look at ways their lives would be different if they couldn’t read. Those themes and messages will be prominent during the luncheon. Tickets cost $50 each and guests should arrive […]

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    “We’re not going to change the law,” Indiana’s religious freedom act passes in light of criticism

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – All eyes are on Indiana as lawmakers are facing a massive backlash against the state’s new ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Law.’ “We’re not going to change the law, okay?” Gov. Mike Pence said. Critics say the bill legalizes discrimination against homosexuals. However, Gov. Pence says opposition to the law is “shameless rhetoric,” but added that there may be room for clarification. Pence and other supporters say there are similar laws protecting religious freedom in other states. Opponents argue […]

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    ‘Spirit in the Sky’ singer injured in deadly crash

    (CNN) – A man known for a 1969 song was in critical condition following a crash that killed a motorcyclist in California, according to the California Highway Patrol. Authorities say 72-year-old Norman Greenbaum was in the front passenger seat in a vehicle when the driver made a left turn onto a road near Santa Rosa, California. The right side of the car was hit by a motorcyclist who was “evidently unable to slow or stop in time to avoid a […]

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    OU running back suspended indefinitely for ‘rules violations’

    NORMAN, Okla. – Much of the Sooners’ season last year was carried on the shoulders of the running backs. An announcement by the University of Oklahoma on Monday sent a shockwave through many Sooner fans, who are already gearing up for next season. On Monday, head coach Bob Stoops confirmed that running back Keith Ford has been indefinitely suspended for “academic and team rules violations.” . @OU_CoachStoops confirms that running back Keith Ford has been indefinitely suspended for academic & […]