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    Watches & Warnings: New tornado warning issued, heavy rain causing flash floods

    A tornado warning has been issued for Seminole County until 11:45 p.m. Wednesday. A flash flood emergency has been declared for Oklahoma City, Moore, Tuttle, and Mustang, according to the National Weather Service in Norman. A flash flood warning has been issued for the following counties until 9 a.m. Thursday: McClain County Caddo County Oklahoma County Canadian County Grady County Cleveland County A flood warning has also been issued for the Little River near Tecumseh. Several counties across western Oklahoma […]

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    Photos: Strong spring storms move through Oklahoma

    As strong storms moved through western Oklahoma, strong winds, heavy rain, and tornadoes hit several areas. @kfor #Norman #Moore #tornado — ショーン (@Seann_Kenn) May 6, 2015 Norman @kfor — iDrew (@drewlawrence8) May 6, 2015 Looks pretty wicked by Chickasha @kfor— brandon philbin (@gametimebp) May 06, 2015 @kfor — Alania (@alania_vas) May 6, 2015 Tornado Pics from Bob Moore Chopper 4 and @Chopper4Jon #okwx @kfor — Steve Johnson (@stevejkfor) May 6, 2015 @kfor Current view from @HSI_Sensing […]

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    Poll: Most millionaires think they are middle class

    WASHINGTON – When it comes to wealth, many Americans feel they just don’t have enough of it to live a certain way. According to the CNBC Millionaire Survey, even the wealthiest Americans still don’t feel rich. Despite being among the wealthiest 10 percent of Americans, 44 percent of the millionaires surveyed believed they were in the middle class. Also, 40 percent said they were upper middle class. In all, four percent described themselves as wealthy or rich and five percent […]

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    Investigators looking into hospital accused of stealing babies from young mothers

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KSDK) – Authorities are looking into a now closed St. Louis hospital that is suspected of stealing babies shortly after they were born. It’s a story that gripped the nation last month. Nearly 50 years after being told her daughter had died at birth, Zella Price was reunited with the child she never met, Melanie Diane Gilmore. This story begins at the old Homer G. Phillips Hospital. Shortly after delivering her baby, Zella Price was told the […]

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    Oklahoma teenager killed after SUV collides with school bus

    CLAREMORE, Okla. – One person is dead following an accident with a school bus in Rogers County. On Wednesday morning, emergency crews were called to accident involving a Sequoyah Public School bus and a private vehicle. According to the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, one person in the vehicle died at the scene of the accident. Troopers told KJRH the victim in the car is a junior at Sequoyah High School. Officials say the girl’s SUV went off the road, over-corrected […]

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    Man calls police to report naked home intruder, discovers it was daughter’s boyfriend

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A Michigan man flagged down police to report a nude man inside his home — only to find out the intruder was his daughter’s boyfriend. Early Tuesday morning, the man spotted a naked person inside his home and assumed he was an intruder, according to WXMI. The homeowner went outside his home on Silver Ave. SE and flagged down a police officer. After police arrived at the home, it was determined the intruder was the man’s daughter’s […]

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    “Things will never be the same,” Widow remembers late husband with touching Facebook post

    It came as a shock to family members and friends when Dave Goldberg, the CEO of SurveyMonkey, died suddenly at the age of 47. Goldberg was well-known as a part of Silicon Valley’s elite and was married to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. Sandberg shared her grief and her love for Dave in a touching tribute that was, not surprisingly, posted to Facebook. “We had 11 truly joyful years of the deepest love, happiest marriage, and truest partnership that I could […]

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    Study: Social media being blamed for 1 out of every 7 divorces

    CHICAGO – In recent years, it seems like life has become a little more public for the average person. Social media has changed the way many people view their lives and relationships. While many people view social media as a way to keep in touch with friends far away, experts say it has also played a destructive role in many relationships. “I was spending sometimes four or five hours a day when I should have been cooking dinner, or reading […]

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    Officials warning residents of potential flooding dangers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Rain is a welcome sight for many Oklahomans, but officials are warning drivers about the dangers of flooding. City leaders say very small streams, creeks, culverts, dry streambeds or low-lying areas are all at risk for flooding. Experts have the following tips for residents: Avoid driving during a flash flood. If you can’t see the road, don’t drive in it. Turn around and take a different route. If there is no other route, drive to higher ground […]

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    CDC: Chlamydia outbreak at Texas high school at “epidemic proportions”

    CRANE, Texas – A small high school in Texas is changing their sex-ed curriculum after a chlamydia outbreak. Crane High School says about 20 students have the sexually transmitted disease. The Centers for Disease Control says the outbreak is at “epidemic proportions.” On Monday, school district officials met to discuss their three-day course on abstinence. They now want to include a discussion on the risks of STD’s. Last week, the school sent letters home to parents, letting them know about the […]

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    DHS warning Oklahomans about assistance scam

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials are warning Oklahomans about a scam that has been documented in several areas, including the Sooner State. The Oklahoma Department of Human Services says scammers are calling people and claiming to be with the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. They claim the Treasury Department can hand out large sums of money in exchange for a smaller fee that is sent to them. The scammers have also asked for personal banking information. Organizers say the phone […]