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    Are you a T-Mobile customer? You may be owed a refund

    If you are or were a T-Mobile customer, you may be due a refund. In a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, the fourth largest cellphone company has agreed to pay up to $90 million for billing customers for text services they didn’t order. It’s a practice known as “cramming.” Officials say the charges were typically for $9.99-a-month and came from third party services for things like horoscopes and celebrity gossip updates. The FTC alleges that T-Mobile collected 35 percent […]

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    Oklahoma, Nebraska suing Colorado over legalization of marijuana

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, Colorado is at the heart of a lawsuit. The Denver Post is reporting that Nebraska and Oklahoma have filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the justices to strike down Colorado’s legalization laws. The Colorado attorney general’s office says the lawsuit alleges “that Colorado’s Amendment 64 and its implementing legislation regarding marijuana is unconstitutional under the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution.” “Because neighboring states have expressed concern […]

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    Officials: ‘Impostor’ calling citizens, demanding payment

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – Authorities in Logan County are warning residents about a potential scam. The Logan County Sheriff’s Office says they have learned that citizens are receiving telephone calls from someone claiming to be a deputy. The man on the phone claims to be “Deputy Fred Burns” with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office and says his badge number is “896.” The impostor¬†claims that the victims must pay for a warrant over the telephone. However, the Logan County Sheriff’s Office says […]

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    Police asking for help identifying person of interest

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – The Logan County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help identifying a person of interest. Authorities say the person may have been associated with the victim of a homicide just days before his death. Investigators want to interview the man to understand more about the victim before his murder on Dec. 14. If you have any information on this person, contact the Logan County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 260-3204. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    County cancels welfare benefits because woman in coma ‘didn’t report in’

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – An Ohio woman says while she has been fighting for her life, the government has taken away her benefits. Kimberly Thompson was laid off earlier this year. After being let go, she applied and was approved for food assistance and cash assistance. However, her life was turned upside down by a medical emergency. Last summer, Thompson was rushed to the hospital after an infection ravaged her body. In all, she spent two and a half months […]

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    Update: Missing Texas woman’s DNA found in trunk of suspect’s car, police say

    UPDATED 12/19/14 2:38 P.M. PLANO, Texas (KDFW) – According to arrest warrants, Christina Morris’ DNA was found in the trunk of Enrique Arochi’s truck. The ¬†new details come nearly one week after Arochi was arrested and charged for allegedly kidnapping the 23-year-old Plano woman. FOX4 is reporting the DNA evidence is believed to be from Morris’ blood or saliva. Surveillance video shows Arochi with Morris in the parking garage, according to investigators. Morris still has not been found, despite continued […]

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    Grandmother accused of poisoning grandson by slipping drug into sippy cup

    PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. (WYFF) – A 43-year-old South Carolina woman is accused of giving her grandson a lethal dose of oxycodone in a sippy cup. Deputies with the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office were called to a home after learning that a child was not breathing. The 14-month-old boy was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital. According to WYFF, the coroner conducted an autopsy and found that the toddler had a lethal dose of oxycodone in his system. Investigators […]

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    Heartwarming: Oklahoma deputies surprise citizens by spreading Christmas cheer

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When you encounter a sheriff’s deputy, you probably assume you have done something wrong. However, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office says they wanted to brighten citizens’ days with random acts of kindness. Instead of handing out tickets, deputies spread a little Christmas cheer by handing out cash. The deputies are using a donation from the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 155 to surprise residents across the metro. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    CDC: Dozens of Americans infected with Listeria after eating caramel apples

    (CNN) – A sweet treat that is popular around the holidays has put dozens of people at risk in multiple states. At least four people have died after eating caramel apples that may have been infected with Listeria monocytogenes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 28 people have become infected with the deadly bacterium in 10 different states. Of the 28 people who have become ill, nine patients were pregnant. Experts say pregnant women are 10 times […]

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    Police: Alleged thieves break into Oklahoma Christian book store

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police in Oklahoma City are asking for the public’s help identifying two people who allegedly broke into a university book store recently. Authorities say the alleged suspects have broken into the Oklahoma Christian University Book Store several times. On Friday, officers released surveillance pictures taken from a camera at the university. If you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at (405) 235-7300.

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    Washington governor proposes 95 percent tax on vapor products, e-cigarettes

    FIFE, Wash. (KING) – As thousands of smokers across the country are trying to kick the habit for the New Year, many are turning to electronic cigarettes. However, Washington Governor Jay Inslee says those electronic smokers should help fill a gap in the state budget. He wants to impose a 95 percent tax on any and all vapor products. The tax hike was one of several the governor outlined in his budget plan, which was announced on Thursday. Instantly, the […]