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  • Woman claims she was kicked out of pool following complaints about swimsuit

    SEYMOUR, Tenn. – A Tennessee woman is making headlines around the country after she claims she was asked to leave a pool because of her swimsuit. Tori Jenkins says she was at her apartment complex’s pool with her fiance when she was told that her swimsuit was inappropriate. “She basically told me that if I didn’t have kids, I wouldn’t understand. If her kids were at the pool, she wouldn’t want me in that swimsuit, how inappropriate I looked, and […]

  • Oklahoma City Thunder’s Andre Roberson named All-Defense Second Team

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While Oklahoma City Thunder fans wait to see if a local superstar will be honored by the NBA, another Thunder player is earning his own accolades. On Monday, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Andre Roberson was named to the 2016-17 NBA All-Defensive Second Team by the NBA. In 79 games last season, Roberson averaged 6.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.19 steals in 30 minutes per game. Throughout the season, Roberson’s skills on defense helped bolster the Thunder’s performance […]

  • Missing teenager found alive after being held captive for more than a year

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It’s the ending many parents hope for, but very few end up getting. “We know that this happy ending is not the norm, it is the exception to the rule,” Shaunna Burns, Hailey’s mother, told WSOC. “We want people to know that there are happy endings to this kind of a story.” In May of 2016, family members called police to report that 16-year-old Hailey Burns had suddenly disappeared. Her parents say they woke up on May 23, […]

  • Man arrested for sexual battery following incident at the OKC Pride Parade

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man was arrested for sexual battery while attending the OKC Pride Parade. On June 24, officers were called to the parade near N.W. 39th and Barnes in reference to a sexual offense. According to the arrest affidavit, the victim told police that he was with his girlfriend at the parade when he was approached by a man wearing a crown. The victim says the man, who was later identified as 55-year-old Sixto Martinez, asked if […]

  • Oklahoma City man arrested after allegedly recording children playing in the sprinkler

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man was taken into custody after witnesses reportedly saw him recording children playing in the sprinkler. On June 24, officers were called to a home in the 600 block of S.W. 48th St. in reference to a disturbance. When police arrived at the scene, neighbors told them that they believed 61-year-old David Weaver was recording their children playing in the yard. According to the arrest affidavit, the family told police that their two young children, […]

  • Oklahoma sheriff’s department searching for new evidence in 31-year-old cold case

    LOCO, Okla. – Authorities are searching for new evidence in connection with the disappearance of an Oklahoma woman more than three decades ago. The Duncan Banner reports  that the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office and other authorities executed a search warrant Monday morning as they investigate the disappearance of Frankie “Bonnie” Duvall, who disappeared in May 1986. The newspaper reports that investigators are searching a property in Loco, about 80 miles south of Oklahoma City. The newspaper reports the investigators will […]

  • District officials announce that embattled Oklahoma City elementary school will remain open

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Following a tumultuous week for an Oklahoma City elementary school,  it seems that district leaders have made a decision about its fate. Last week,  Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Aurora Lora described it as a “school in crisis.” The district proposed moving North Highland’s 350 students to Britton Elementary School in the fall due to an issue with personnel. At the time, Lora said she believed the move was necessary because North Highland is lacking a principal and […]

  • Supreme Court won’t reinstate lawsuit regarding botched Oklahoma execution

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A civil rights lawsuit against Oklahoma officials regarding the botched execution of an inmate will not move forward. In 2014, the State of Oklahoma executed Clayton Lockett for killing 19-year-old Stephanie Nieman in 1999. The resulting 43-minute procedure featured a never-before-used combination of execution drugs and went awry as Lockett awoke from his unconscious state, and began twitching and convulsing on the table. Lockett’s brother, Gary, sued several Oklahoma officials on the grounds that Clayton’s execution  was “prolonged, painful, and […]

  • Four people taken into custody following chase along I-35

    MOORE, Okla. – Drivers along a busy Oklahoma interstate got caught in a bit of traffic caused by a pursuit on Sunday afternoon. Around 3:30 p.m., police attempted to perform a traffic stop on a truck in Cleveland County. However, the driver refused to stop and led officers with the Norman Police Department and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on a chase. Eventually, the alleged suspects crashed along I-35, just south of 4th St. in Moore. Authorities say four people were […]

  • “She just died right there in his arms,” Wife dies along interstate following hit-and-run crash

    RICHMOND, Va. – A husband says he doesn’t know how he is going to go on following the death of his wife. Virginia State Police tell WTVR that 58-year-old Robin Friedhoff and his wife, 41-year-old Carrie Friedhoff, were riding their motorcycle along I-95 when a vehicle cut them off, striking the motorcycle’s front tire. The accident caused the couple to fall onto the interstate, which is when an SUV hit Carrie and kept going. “She just died right there in […]

  • American professor says student who died after being detained in North Korea ‘got what he deserved’

    WILMINGTON, Del. – An American professor is in hot water over comments she made regarding the death of a U.S. student who was held captive in North Korea. Last week, U.S. student Otto Warmbier died after being held in North Korea for the past 17 months. The 22-year-old college student suffered severe brain damage during his 17 months of detention, doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said. After returning to the United States, Warmbier continued to suffer from […]