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    Thunder star Kevin Durant breaks down speaking about loss of coach’s wife

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  As the Oklahoma City Thunder prepare to take on the New Orleans Pelicans, the players will be honoring the loss of a loved one. On Tuesday evening, police say 44-year-old Ingrid Williams was involved in a car accident near S.W. 17th St. and Western Ave. Tragically, she died from her injuries. Williams is the wife of Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams. “The Thunder organization has heavy hearts tonight with the news of Ingrid’s passing. Words cannot adequately […]

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    What breed are you? New software program finds your four-legged doppelganger

    You’ve probably heard it a time or two that owners and their dogs begin to look alike. However, a new software program analyzes your picture to tell you what dog you resemble the most. It also will give you several qualities that the dog and you may share in common. “What makes this unique is the combination of machine intelligence and expert data about dog breeds, which helped us be more accurate. We invested in dog experts in making sure […]

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    Proposal with a catch: Man given 48 hours to make life changing decision

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – When you’re getting ready to ask the woman of your dreams to marry you, it can be a bit nerve-wracking. Kyle Loethen and Madison Burke met while working at a Missouri television station together. When Loethen learned that Burke was getting ready to accept another job out-of-state, he knew he would never get another chance to ask her out. The pair began dating, and soon fell in love. Recently, Loethen was looking at engagement rings and […]

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    Autopsy released for Missouri toddler whose body was found in van

    IRONTON, Mo. – After several hours of searching for a missing toddler, neighbors found the boy’s body in a van on Wednesday. KTVI reports that 3-year-old Titus Tackett wandered away from his grandfather’s home around midnight. Just one hour later, his family realized he was missing when they noticed the front door had recently been opened. Search crews began looking for the little boy in the bitter cold, and his body was found 10 hours after he was reported missing. […]

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    Attorney general wins court challenge of controversial abortion law

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma attorney general says a bill that would put more restrictions on abortions is moving forward. Last year, a battle was brewing between doctors and legislators. The state law requires a doctor with admitting privileges at a hospital to be on site when an abortion is performed. Senate Bill 1848 requires an “abortion facility to have a physician on the premises during an abortion procedure that has admitting privileges at a general medical surgical hospital, which offers […]

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    Veterinarians warning dog owners about flu virus affecting pets in 28 states

    ROANOKE, Va. – Veterinarians across the country are warning dog owners of a fast-spreading disease that is affecting pets around the United States. According to WSLS, the dog flu is a contagious disease that spreads easily in social settings like dog shows, kennels and parks. WSLS reports that it is affecting dogs in 28 states. “It grows in the body over a two to four-day period before the dog shows signs,” Charlotte Hatch, with Valley Animal Hospital, said. “During that period, […]

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    Presidential hopeful speaks out on proposed mental health cuts for Oklahoma children

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  As state agencies across the state are preparing for budget cuts, one presidential hopeful is speaking out about the budget crisis facing Oklahoma. In December, state leaders announced that Oklahoma was facing a $900 million budget shortfall. Earlier this month, Gov. Fallin proposed cuts for nearly every agency, leaving some trying to make ends meet while filling in the gaps in the budget. Right now, Oklahoma is only funded to serve about 200,000 patients for mental health […]

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    Mustang students serenade school employees, peers in time for Valentine’s Day

    MUSTANG, Okla. – Working at a school can be a thankless job, but a group of high school students were able to brighten some employees’ days, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Mustang Public Schools posted several videos on Facebook of choir students making the rounds and singing to the high school staff.

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    Dognappings on the rise: How you can prevent your pet from being stolen

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – It is one of the fastest growing crimes in the country, but it is something not many families even consider. However, the American Kennel Club says dognapping is up 32 percent, and only a fraction of the pets are being reunited with their owners. Experts say dogs are stolen to either be re-sold on the Internet, or are used for dogfighting or at puppy mills as breeders. Kellie DiFrischia, director of the Columbus Dog Connection, told FOX […]

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    Oklahoma experiences its fourth decapitation in 16 months

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a crime that stunned members of the community and law enforcement. Several years ago, a beheading or decapitation is something you only heard about from religious extremists halfway around the world. Now, Oklahoma has experienced its  fourth decapitation in the last 16 months. In 2014, employees at Vaughan Foods ran for cover as one of their coworkers, Alton Nolen, went on a deadly rampage. Investigators say Nolen beheaded 54-year-old Colleen Hufford before attacking another employee. The Oklahoma […]

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    Proposed bill bans animal rights organizations from spending Oklahoma donations outside the state

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill that was unanimously approved by a legislative panel would make sure that any donations Oklahomans make toward animal-rights organizations will help pets in the Sooner State. House Bill 2250 would forbid any animal-rights organizations, professional fundraisers or professional solicitors from seeking donations from Oklahomans for use out-of-state. Rep. Brian Renegar says the bill was created after the Humane Society of the United States raised “about a million dollars” from Oklahomans after the Moore tornado in […]