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    Update: I-235 back open after accident

    UPDATE: Officials say I-235 is back open after being closed for an accident. OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say drivers should avoid a busy intersection as they head home from work. The Department of Public Safety says a lane along southbound I-235, just north of I-40, is closed as crews work to clear an accident. Drivers are encouraged to avoid the area and find an alternate route.

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    Doctors recommend surprising treatment for spider bite

    Spider bites are on the rise and doctors say they are seeing more cases surrounding one type of spider. Doctors say they’re seeing a rise in patients with brown recluse spider bites. Although, the bite is poisonous, experts say the best course of action is to do nothing at all. Ointments and antibiotics should not be applied to a brown recluse spider bite and ice is recommended for pain rather than strong painkillers. If a child under the age of 12 […]

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    Mesonet lists one Oklahoma town as the ‘wettest’ spot for July

    CLAYTON, Okla. – One Oklahoma town is gaining a lot of attention for the summer weather it has recorded. Officials say the town of Clayton had the wettest Mesonet site in Oklahoma in July. It registered 11.3 inches of rain in its rain gauge. Three Oklahoma City Mesonet stations recorded at least nine inches of rain in July. Overall, it was the 15th wettest July on record and the third coolest. The U.S. Drought Monitor is looking much better these […]

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    Police arrest Oklahoma man for allegedly lying to women about having HIV

      OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police say they have arrested a man for allegedly meeting women on Craigslist for sex but lying about his health. Martin Kraham, 36, is facing two counts of knowingly engaging in conduct likely to transfer HIV along with charges related to computer crimes. Authorities say he tested positive for HIV back in 2007. Since then, officers say he has lied to at least two women, claiming to have a clean bill of health before […]

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    Heartwarming Update: Dog abandoned at apartment complex finds new home

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A dog, who was abandoned by its former owner, has found a new home. Bones McCoy, who was previously known as Payton, has been adopted by a couple who were taking care of him following his rescue. The Bella Foundation says he only weighed 38 pounds when he was found but now weighs over 50. Animal control officers say they were called to the Willowcreek Apartments after a maintenance supervisor found abandoned animals in a unit. […]

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    Teens suffer serious burns after taking part in ‘fire challenge’

    CROSBY, Texas – There are reports of teens around the U.S. participating in a dangerous activity. It’s called the ‘fire challenge’ and it has already led to at least three reports of young people suffering serious burns. “I was scared,” said Michael Symonette. What started as a game in Crosby turned into anything but child’s play. Symonette is happy to be home after suffering second-degree burns while playing the ‘fire challenge’ game. It’s a disturbing trend, showing young people setting […]

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    Watch: Man says he and his dog barely escaped pack of coyotes

    BURBANK, Calif. – A southern California neighborhood is on alert for a wild pack of coyotes that were seen racing through the streets. One man says the coyotes even chased him and his dog. “I actually was woken up by a screaming, screaming animal being killed,” said Nick Mendoza. “Looked at the cameras and that’s when I saw coyotes, seven or eight of them, going to the front, going back and forth, running like horses.” He says when he went outside, the […]

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    No shoes, no cell service: Customers turn the tables on would-be thief

    FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – Workers and customers wrestled with a crook at a store in Texas after he allegedly tried to steal cell phones. However, he left empty-handed and the alleged crime also cost him some of his own possessions. “He got nervous. We asked him what he was doing because he had cell phones in his hands,” said the clerk. “So we confronted him, and that’s when he bolted. He bolted for the door, and that’s when my […]

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    Study ranks ‘Most Hackable Cars on the Road;’ Did your vehicle make the list?

    (CNNMoney) With computers controlling more and more of the cars we drive, officials say hackers are apparently on the prowl. A new report ranks the 2014 Jeep Cherokee as the ‘Most Hackable Car on the Road.’ The 2015 Cadillac Escalade and 2014 Toyota Prius also made the list for most hackable. Security researchers analyzed the technical configurations of many different models. The biggest vulnerability is the cars’ built-in apps and Bluetooth, which connect the car to services like OnStar. In […]

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    Oklahoma grandmother survives more than a week trapped in ditch

    MUSKOGEE, Okla. (KOKI) – An Oklahoma woman was reported missing before being found in her car in a ditch. In the middle of running errands, Kay Springer became disoriented. She ended up along the Arkansas River, below Hwy 62, with her car stuck in the mud. Her only way out was past steep embankments. “People ask me if I was afraid. Well, I didn’t have the brain capacity to be afraid,” said Springer. After Springer was rescued, doctors were able to […]

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    Grandmother holds SWAT team at bay for hours with shotgun

    CHANNELVIEW, Texas – A 90-year-old grandma, armed with a 12-gauge shotgun, held off a SWAT team for four hours before surrendering. Officers were responding to a 911 call from construction workers next door, who told them she threatened them with a gun. Police say 90-year-old Eleouise Adcock was upset the workers were loading dirt into a barge behind her home. A towing company has purchased the land around Adcock’s home. One neighbor says Adcock is the last holdout, refusing to […]