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  • FrankShannon

    OU player’s attorney: “The University of Oklahoma has failed him”

    NORMAN, Okla. – While many football fans are getting ready to battle opposing teams on the gridiron, the University of Oklahoma is in a battle with the courts over a embattled player. Earlier this year, University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced that OU was suspending starting linebacker Frank Shannon for one year. Shannon was accused of sexually assaulting a female student at his off-campus apartment. However, the Cleveland County district attorney decided not to prosecute the case in criminal […]

  • New: Charges filed against OKC police officer accused of sex crimes

    UPDATED 8/29/2014 On Friday, the district attorney filed several criminal charges against officer Daniel Holtzclaw. Holtzclaw was arrested last week following an investigation that lasted several months. Holtzclaw remains behind bars on a 5 million dollar bond. During traffic stops on the city’s northeast side, Holtzclaw is accused of forcing several women to perform sexual favors. So far eight alleged victims have come forward. According to court records, the sexual assaults began back in February and ended in June of this […]

  • change

    What to avoid if you want to thrive during changing circumstances

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bestselling author has created a list of things you should avoid if you want to thrive during change. Ronda Wada, the author of ‘Overcoming the Challenges of Change,’ says there are three mistakes to avoid. Resisting the change Trying to recreate the past Not seeing the change for what it really is. She stopped by our studios to talk about the book and how others can learn from her experiences.

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    Police searching for man who robbed N.W. Oklahoma City bank

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police and FBI agents are searching for a suspect who allegedly robbed an Oklahoma City bank on Friday morning. Shortly before 11 a.m. on Friday, authorities were called to the Bank of the West, located near Penn Square Mall, after getting a report of an armed robbery. Officers say witnesses described the suspect as a black male wearing a large coat and sunglasses. Authorities say the man was last seen driving away in a green Chevy Malibu. […]

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    Don’t answer phone calls from 202-609-7070

    WASHINGTON  – Americans are being warned about a new phone scam that is sweeping the country. The Internal Revenue Service says people claiming to be IRS agents are calling and demanding payments for fake tax liens. The callers are using a number with a Washington D.C. area code. Officials say the number (202) 609-7070 has been listed in several complains this month. The caller usually has a heavy accent and tells the victim that they owe money to the IRS. […]

  • prayer bus stop

    Woman creating school ‘bus stop prayer’ to transform violent community

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Prayers are not allowed in many schools across the country so a Louisiana woman is taking prayers to the streets. She prays with children at school bus stops to help them understand the power of prayer and how to lead a good life. Students call her Ms. Angel because she is there for them when they need her. She says she battled drugs and alcohol for 10 years of her life and is now working to […]

  • matt durham

    Oklahoma teen accused of abusing Kenyan orphans asks for delay in trial

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Oklahoma teenager, accused of sexually abusing children in Africa, is now asking the court to delay his trial. Matthew Durham, 19, is facing charges for alleged sex crimes against Kenyan orphans. According to court records, officials claim Durham raped boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 9-years-old during a mission trip to a Kenyan orphanage. Earlier this month, Durham pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. His next court date was scheduled for […]

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    3.2 magnitude earthquake recorded near Guthrie

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Residents near Guthrie may have felt the ground rocking and rolling Friday morning. The U.S. Geological Survey says a 3.2 magnitude earthquake was recorded four kilometers south of Guthrie. Experts say the epicenter was recorded near Division St. and E. Prairie Grove Rd. around 10:39 a.m.  

  • Pit bull saves boy from bees

    Must Read: Adopted pit bull comes to the rescue of boy attacked by bees

    OREGON CITY, Ore. (KPTV) – An Oregon City family is calling their pit bull a hero after they say she saved a little boy. On Tuesday, a group of kids were playing near a creek down a steep embankment when a child accidentally stepped on a rotten log. The kids were forced to flee as a swarm of bees followed them. They all tried to make their way back up the hill for help, but 8-year-old Jesse-Cole Shaver couldn’t make […]

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    Unusual respiratory virus hitting hundreds of kids in Missouri

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) – An unusual respiratory virus is affecting kids in the Missouri area by the hundreds. Children’s Mercy Hospital is hospitalizing 20 to 30 kids a day with the virus that causes severe breathing trouble. So far, the hospital has seen more than 300 cases in recent days in kids of all ages. Preston Sheldon’s mother says he seemed fine when she took him to pre-school on Tuesday. Minutes later, she got a call that her 3-year-old son […]

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    Texas cyclospora outbreak linked to fresh cilantro

    DALLAS, Texas (KXAS) – Health officials in Texas say they found a link between fresh cilantro from Mexico and a bacteria that is making dozens of people ill. The Texas Department of State Health Services announced that some of the Texas cyclosporiasis cases have been linked to cilantro from Puebla, Mexico. In all, 21 people have become sick after eating food that contains cilantro. The FDA was able to trace the illnesses to cilantro that was served at four restaurants around […]