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    Update: Man’s body discovered inside rural Oklahoma home

    UPDATE: The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says, “After closer inspection of a body found in rural Seminole County Tuesday morning, investigators believe Justin Hinkle is likely not a victim of homicide.” Hinkle’s body was found in a rural area near Konawa. It took nearly a week for family members to find him. The medical examiner has not determined Hikle’s cause or manner of death.   KONAWA, Okla. – Authorities say they are looking into the death of a young […]

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    Reports: NFL investigating claims that executives saw Ray Rice assault video before release

    NEW YORK (CNN) – According to CNN, the NFL announced that it is looking into a report by the Associated Press regarding the dramatic video of Ray Rice, which has sparked discussions about domestic abuse across the country. CNN says the report claims an executive with the NFL received a copy of the video in April, showing Ray Rice punching his now-wife in the face. “We have no knowledge of this. We are not aware of anyone in our office […]

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    Watch: Adorable baby bear takes over golf game

    VANCOUVER, Canada – When he was left out of a game of golf, a baby bear decided to take matters into his own paws. Andi Dzilums says he and his friends were playing golf at the Mountainside Golf Course at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort when their game was suddenly interrupted. A group of black bears decided to settle in on the course and one little guy jumped right onto the green. The bear played with the flag pole for […]

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    Army officer claims he was turned away from daughter’s school for wearing military uniform

    ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (WJBK) – An Army officer says he was denied entrance to his daughter’s school because he was wearing his military uniform. Lt. Col. Sherwood Baker says he was trying to meet his daughter, who was in the counseling office at her high school, when he was met by school security. According to WJBK, a guard told him that he couldn’t go into the school because his Army uniform may “offend students.” “They told him some kids might […]

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    Parents of boy struck by lightning file $10 million lawsuit against soccer league

    BEE CAVE, Texas – The parents of a 9-year-old struck by lightning while at soccer practice are suing the league he played in. Witnesses say it wasn’t raining and the lightning appeared out of nowhere. However, the boy’s attorney says someone is at fault. “Their son was a happy-go-lucky kid and then, he’s now reduced to, you know, basically in bed, not moving, not communicating,” said Mark Levin, the Hermann family’s attorney. On Aug. 26, 9-year-old Alex Hermann was struck […]

  • Coping with Vision Loss Seminar

    The Heartland Council of the Blind will present the Coping with Vision Loss Seminar on Saturday, September 20, 2014 in Oklahoma City. Cost of $15 for the seminar includes lunch. Registration forms are available at the council’s website or by calling Linda Moore at (405) 632-2248.

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    Gruesome machete attack caught on camera

    CHICAGO (WGN) – Seven people have been charged in a brutal attack on the city’s train┬áline, where one person was cut in the head with a machete. According to WGN, a 26-year-old man and a 17-year-old boy were waiting for the train when a group of seven people surrounded them on the platform. Someone in the group allegedly told them to flash their gang signs. When the pair told the group they weren’t in a gang, they were attacked. Police […]

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    Experts create ‘College Salary Report’ to find out where highest-paid workers went to college

    OKLAHOMA CITY- When it comes to college, many graduates get a degree in hopes that it will earn them more throughout their lifetime. However, experts say not all degrees are created equal. Experts with PayScale analyzed data from colleges and universities across the country to find out the establishment with the highest paid graduates. The ‘College Salary Report’ ranked more than 1,000 colleges by the median salaries of alumni who graduated with a four-year degree. The rankings do not include […]

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    Caught on camera: Thief steals from disabled woman in busy mall

    SEATTLE, Wash. (KCPQ) – Surveillance video from a mall theft was released┬áby police and stunned those who saw it. Carolyn and her husband were visiting a mall in Seattle when they became the victims of a crime. A pair of thieves sat by and watched as the couple used a tablet to write reviews on Christian books. The husband and wife, who both suffer from cerebral palsy, are wheelchair-bound. Surveillance cameras captured the scene as a young thief ripped the […]

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    Facebook group to Westboro Baptist Church: ‘Here’s your sign’

    TOPEKA, Kan. – A new billboard in Kansas has gone viral and is gaining national attention. The billboard simply states, “God Loves Gays.” The group, known as “The Facebook God,” raised more than $80,000 through crowd funding to pay for the sign. The group chose to display their message in Topeka because it’s home to the Westboro Baptist Church. Its members are notorious for their anti-gay protests.

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    Facebook rejects dad’s photo of infant son because it’s “too graphic”

    DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) – On July 18, Hudson Bond was born. Less than a week later, his parents learned that their baby boy needed a new heart. Hudson was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy and is need of a transplant to survive. So far, the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Duke Children’s Hospital has equipped him with an artificial heart, but it can only buy him a little bit of time. “I don’t like to think of the odds in a […]