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    Warmer temperatures expected for Tuesday, arctic front on the way

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The nice weather on Tuesday is about to change. The sun is being shy and skies are staying partly cloudy. Showers may be moving into the state by Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will jump into the high 50s to lower 60s across the state. Those showers will become more widespread as we get closer to the evening hours. CLICK HERE FOR INTERACTIVE RADAR As an arctic front moves through the state on Tuesday night, winds will pick up out of the north. After 12 […]

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    Utility assistance available for low-income Oklahomans

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Heating and cooling your home can take its toll on your budget. However, the Energy Crisis Assistance Program is helping Oklahomans stay comfortable without breaking the bank. Low-income households that are in danger of having their services turned off may be eligible for the program. To apply for the program, families must fall under the following income guidelines: 1 person household = $1,070 in monthly net income 2 person household = $1,442 in monthly net income 3 […]

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    DEA: Legalizing medical marijuana could lead to stoned rabbits with no natural instincts

    SALT LAKE CITY – It has become a topic of controversy across the country. Should medical marijuana be legalized? Utah is considering a bill that would allow patients with certain conditions to be treated with edible forms of the drug. According to the Washington Post, an agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency says that would be a mistake. “I deal in facts. I deal in science,” Matt Fairbanks said during his testimony to a Utah Senate panel.  “The ramifications to […]

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    Woman claims commonly prescribed antibiotic caused nerve damage

    (WCNC) – It is a commonly prescribed antibiotic; doctors offer it for everything from urinary tract infections to sinus infections. However, one mom is pushing to get Levaquin off the shelves after she says she suffered devastating side effects. “Every day, you push through it. You push through it because you have to,” Adrienne Myers told WCNC. Several times a week, Myers endures grueling physical therapy. The 36-year-old mother of two struggles to walk. “It’s very painful for me, just […]

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    Sneak peek: Carrie Underwood reveals first public photo of newborn son

    CHECOTAH, Okla. – An Oklahoma native and former American Idol winner now has a new title. Carrie Underwood is a new mom. On Tuesday, Underwood took to Twitter to confirm the birth of her son. Tiny hands and tiny feet…God has blessed us with an amazing gift! Isaiah Michael Fisher – born February 27.— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) March 03, 2015 Isaiah Michael Fisher was born on Feb. 27. In September, Underwood and her husband, professional hockey player Mike Fisher, […]


    Officials: Former Oklahoma penitentiary worker wanted for allegedly raping girl

    PITTSBURG COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities in one Oklahoma town are searching for a former penitentiary worker who is accused of raping a child. According to KTEN, officials say 31-year-old John Murray Faver is wanted on five counts of first-degree rape of a victim under 14-years-old. Faver is described as a white man, standing 5’9″ tall, weighing 290 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. If you know where Faver is, you are asked to call the Quinton Police Department or […]

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    Watch: Ryan Reynolds reveals what every new parent is really thinking about their child

    When you’re a parent to a newborn, life can be a little hard. In many cases, parents are lacking in sleep and energy for the first year of their child’s life. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are no different. While they adore their 9-week-old baby girl, the new parents say they think she has a secret mission every night. “Our baby, in particular, is, we think, allergic to sleep,” Reynolds said. “We joke that she, we think that she thinks she’s […]

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    Unconstitutional: California Supreme Court rules against sex offenders’ residency restrictions

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A recent ruling by the California Supreme Court is causing a bit of controversy among voters. The California Supreme Court overturned a law that restricted where sex offenders may live. According to the Los Angeles Times, the court ruled that the limits had raised the risk of homelessness and hampered the ability of law enforcement officers to monitor parolees. “Blanket enforcement of the residency restrictions against these parolees has severely restricted their ability to find housing … […]

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    “She was defenseless,” Elderly woman burns to death on facility’s front porch

    DEVINE, Texas – A Texas sheriff’s office is looking into the death of a woman who died while in the care of health care professionals. “It saddens me so bad that I don’t think I’ll ever get over it,” said John Nolan, Luanna’s son. “I don’t even know what to do.” Over the weekend, he was notified by the Medina County Sheriff’s Office that his mother died in a fire on Thursday afternoon. “They’re investigating it. My mother was left on […]

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    “Not only ransom, but extortion,” Dog held hostage after attacking neighbor’s cat

    MORRISON, Colo. (KDVR) – Two Colorado neighbors reportedly fought like cats and dogs over their wayward pets. Last month, Bill Feldman was panicking when he realized his rescue dog, Henry, escaped a fence on his family’s estate. “I was intensely concerned, as much as a parent would be about their preschooler,” Feldman told KDVR. Feldman searched nearby streets and a dense forest to find his missing pet. Amazingly, his phone rang. “The neighbor said, ‘I have your dog, he’s fine. […]

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    ‘Mommy blogger’ convicted of poisoning son while writing about his health problems

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – A ‘mommy blogger’ was found guilty of slowly poisoning her son to death while she wrote about his health issues. Authorities say 27-year-old Lacey Spears was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of her son, Garnett-Paul Spears. Prosecutors say Spears repeatedly put salt into Garnett’s feeding tube while he was hospitalized. The defense portrayed Spears as a caring mother, but the prosecution argued that she reveled in the attention that her son’s illness brought […]