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  • Child hit by vehicle in southwest Oklahoma City

    UPDATE: Child dies after being hit by car in southwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities rushed to southwest Oklahoma City on Thursday afternoon following an accident involving a pedestrian. Shortly before 5 p.m., officers were called to the 1300 block of S.W. 59th St. after learning about a car hitting the pedestrian in the area. The pedestrian turned out to be a five-year-old child. “I didn’t see the collision happen, but I heard it, ” said KaBreanna Golden, who lives in the same apartment complex. “The little boy was on the […]

  • 80-year-old woman shoots, kills intruder

    “I just knew I had to stop him,” Woman shoots, kills intruder during violent home invasion

    SULTAN, Wash. – It was a moment Barb Moles hoped would never come. A few years ago, her husband bought her a .38 caliber pistol for a Christmas gift. While she knew how to fire a gun, she hoped she would never have to use it. On Thursday night, she heard a commotion downstairs and found her husband bleeding on the floor. According to KOMO, John had been attacked with a knife and beaten with a crowbar. “I’ve been stabbed,” he […]

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    President Obama commutes sentences for 58 inmates, including Oklahoma man

    WASHINGTON – With his second term winding down, President Barack Obama is taking on the criminal justice system. President Obama said that the United States accounts for just five percent of the world’s population, but accounts for 25 percent of the world’s inmates. He says one of the main flaws with the criminal justice system is the country’s mandatory minimum sentencing for drug offenders. “We have to consider whether this is the smartest way for us to both control crime […]

  • seniors

    Financial assistance, benefits available for seniors

    OKLAHOMA CITY – When you’re retired, it can be difficult to make ends meet. More than 25 million Americans over the age of 60 are living with limited assets and incomes below $30,000 a year. However, there are resources available to seniors in need. Food assistance: Programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, previously called ‘food stamps,’ can help pay for groceries. The average monthly SNAP benefit is around $126 per person. Other programs like The Emergency Food Assistance Program, Commodity […]

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    1 dead, 1 hurt in shooting at Maryland high school

    BELTSVILLE, Md. – One person is dead and another is injured after a shooting on a high school campus. According to NBC Washington, police in Prince George County say they are still searching for a suspect, but stress that it is not an active shooter situation. Authorities say the shooting took place at High Point High School around 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. Police say the shooting appears to be a domestic incident.

  • Tatu at the Oklahoma City Zoo

    Zookeepers keeping close eye on popular gorilla after showing signs of “unusual behavior”

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Zookeepers say they are keeping a close eye on one of Oklahoma City’s most well-loved gorillas. The Oklahoma City Zoo’s veterinary care team is monitoring Tatu, a 41-year-old silverback Western lowland gorilla. Zoo officials say Tatu started showing signs of “unusual behavior” last Wednesday. On Thursday, the veterinary team conducted a full medical exam. However, the zoo did not release details about his condition, simply saying that Tatu has “lived well beyond the median life expectancy for […]

  • Bernie Sanders sticker

    Tow truck driver says he refused to help stranded woman because of Bernie Sanders sticker

    GREENVILLE, S.C. – After her car was damaged in a car accident, Cassy McWade had to figure out a way to get it home. She eventually called Ken Shupe of Shupee Max Towing. Shupe arrived at the scene about an hour later, but McWade’s ordeal didn’t end there. “He goes around back and comes back and says, ‘I can’t tow you.’ My first instinct was there must be something wrong with the car,” McWade told WLOS. “And he says, ‘No, you’re […]

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    Man awarded $12 million after becoming paralyzed during physical exam at doctor’s office

    ATLANTA, Ga. – A routine trip to the doctor changed Cris Nelson’s life forever. In 2012, Nelson went to Emory Newton Medical Clinic to get a physical exam for work. According to WGCL, he sat on an exam table while employees performed the physical exam. At one point, he had to have his blood drawn. “She turned away to get a Band-Aid and he fell off the table face first and landed on his neck and broke his neck,” said […]

  • Genie the dog abandoned at the shelter

    “Immediately, I started crying,” Paralyzed dog abandoned at shelter with heartbreaking note

    TAMPA, Fla. – It is always tough for animal shelter employees when they discover pets that have been abandoned by their owners. However, employees say their hearts shattered when they found a paralyzed puppy with a note. “As soon as I saw the crate, the first thing I said was, ‘Oh, I know what this is,” Lon Savini, with the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, told WFLA. Attached to the crate was a handwritten note with “Please Read” written on […]

  • Couple gets engaged at Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    She said yes! Man pops the question at Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is a special time for Oklahomans across the state. This year’s run was extra special for a couple, who got engaged right at the finish line. Cody Propst decided to pop the question to his girlfriend, Martha Pierce, on the beautiful Sunday morning of the marathon. Propst and Pierce met while watching a basketball game a little over a year ago and have been together ever since. “So now not only will […]

  • Gas leak near Memorial & May

    Roads re-open after Fire crews investigate gas leak at busy intersection

    Update: All roads in the area near N. May and Memorial have re-opened. OKLAHOMA CITY – A gas leak near a busy intersection in northwest Oklahoma City may cause some drivers to change their lunch plans. Emergency crews were called to a gas leak near Memorial Rd. and May Ave. on Thursday morning. Shortly before 12 p.m., fire crews were forced to shut down traffic in the area causing backups. Fire officials say a high-pressure gas line was struck by […]