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    Weather alert: Counties across Oklahoma under tornado watches, flood warnings

    Storms are expected to continue across much of the state on Monday, which could add to the flooding issues. A tornado warning has been issued for the following counties until 3 p.m.: Bryan A tornado watch has been issued for the following counties until 6 p.m.: Caddo Canadian Carter Cleveland Comanche Cotton Garvin Grady Jackson Jefferson Johnston Kiowa Love Marshall McClain Murray Oklahoma Pontotoc Pottawatomie Stephens Tillman Washita. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for the following counties: Johnston […]

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    “It means the whole world,” Navy mom surprises son at high school graduation

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WBMA) – Graduation season is in full swing across the country. While students and their families are celebrating the end of high school, one Alabama family has something even more special to celebrate. Paul W. Bryant High School’s commencement ceremony was like any other graduation. One by one, names were called and students walked across the stage to get their diploma. Before Steven Turner Jr. was set to walk, there was a pause. “I got really worried and […]

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    New Orleans officer found shot to death inside patrol car

    NEW ORLEANS, La. (NBC News) – Authorities say a 45-year-old Housing Authority officer was found shot to death inside his patrol car. According to a statement from the New Orleans Police Department, the officer was patrolling a construction site just blocks from the New Orleans Saints’ stadium when he was fatally shot. Death of HANO police officer is unspeakable tragedy and vile & cowardly act. Thoughts & prayers w/officer's family. http://t.co/si2bqHTbd9 — Mitch Landrieu (@MayorLandrieu) May 24, 2015 “It’s a […]

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    Man shot during Rocklahoma concert

    PRYOR, Okla. – Authorities say a man was shot during a popular rock concert in Mayes County. KJRH is reporting that one man was shot during the Rocklahoma concert on Saturday¬†night and was taken to a Tulsa hospital. At this point, there is no word on the man’s injuries or when the shooting occurred. Police are not releasing the victim’s name and have not released any details related to a suspect. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    Residents in Logan County being evacuated for flooding concerns

    CRESCENT, Okla. – Authorities in Logan County are evacuating residents because of the rising water levels of the Cimarron River. Greg Valencia, with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, says a few homes have already been damaged by the flood waters, but others are at risk if the area sees more rain. Valencia says the homes that are affected are on the north side of the river near the bridge on Hwy 74, in the¬†Twin Lakes area. However, officials did not […]

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    Officials searching for two men who walked away from correctional facility

    FT. SUPPLY, Okla. – Authorities in Ft. Supply are searching for two prisoners who walked away from a correctional facility. Carlos Gastelum and Juventino Rojas were reported missing during an inmate count at the William S. Key Correctional Facility. Officials say they had placed dummies in their beds. Gastelum and Rojas were being held for drug convictions. The William S. Key Correctional Facility is a minimum security facility with no fences. If you have any information on their whereabouts, call […]

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    Mother found pushing body of 3-year-old son in swing at park

    LA PLATA, Md. (WJLA) – A 24-year-old mother was taken to a hospital for a medical evaluation after she was found pushing her dead son in a swing. Authorities say they received a call just before 7 a.m. on Friday after a caller said a woman had been pushing a toddler in a swing for “an unusually long period of time.” The woman told police the mother may have even been pushing the 3-year-old overnight. Officials say the child, who […]

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    Texas family swept away by flood waters, three still missing

    WIMBERLY, Texas (WHNT) – As Oklahoma continues to get hit with rain, flooding becomes a major concern for residents and officials across the state. In Texas, authorities are dealing with much of the same as severe storms move through the area. On Sunday morning, a family of four was swept away by flooding outside of Austin. According to WHNT, Johnathan McComb, his wife Laura and their two children were reportedly staying at a river house in Wimberly when a wall […]

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    “He happened to step in front of a bullet,” 5-year-old paralyzed after being caught in the crossfire

    CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – A 5-year-old boy is now paralyzed after being accidentally shot on Friday. Tyreek Gasden was shot just a few steps from his grandmother’s doorstep in Charleston. Gasden’s grandmother says the family was on their way out of the house to go to a birthday party and the 5-year-old was the first one out of the door. “He happened to step in the front of a bullet,” said Dee Jones, Tyreek’s grandmother. “I open my door and […]

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    ‘Little slugger’ teaches officer community policing can be painful

    RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – As many videos of police brutality get shared across the country, an adorable video of a couple of officers and a ‘little slugger’ is also getting attention. In Richmond, authorities have stressed the need for community policing, or making sure officers are involved with members of the community in good times and bad. One officer learned that it is not always a pleasant experience when he stumbled upon a 4-year-old’s birthday in the park. Jamaur Law […]

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    “You don’t belong here,” Family receives hateful message asking them to move out of community

    LINDENHURST, N.Y. (WABC) – Police in New York are investigating a possible hate crime. An African-American family says they received a letter saying, “Lindenhurst is 84 percent white population, you don’t belong here.” “The anger was there, the hurt was there, and then, of course, fear,” Darcell Copes told WABC. It shattered the sense of peace Copes and her children thought they found in the Long Island community of Lindenhurst. “Please leave Lindenhurst as soon as you can, it will […]