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  • veteran eviction

    ‘It’s the least we can do,’ Neighbors come to aid of veteran in need

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas  – A group of neighbors are coming to the aid of a veteran who was evicted from his home. “He risked his life for us, it’s the least we can do at this point,” said Kara Myers. Myers is just one of many neighbors who saw the eviction happening and took action at the veteran’s home. The veteran is a quiet man, who is a bit reclusive. However, no one is a stranger in the neighborhood. When […]

  • Police: Oklahoma City officer arrested for allegedly assaulting women on the job, rape

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities with the Oklahoma City Police Department confirmed that an officer is under investigation for lewd acts. Chief Bill Citty, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, called a news conference at 4 p.m. on Thursday afternoon. During the news conference, he announced that Officer Daniel Holtzclaw is under investigation for assaulting several women on the job. Citty says Holtzclaw would “require” women to expose themselves to him and perform lewd acts on him. Citty announced the investigation has […]

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    Update: Catholic leaders dismiss lawsuit after Eucharistic Host returned

    UPDATE: Officials with the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City announced that the consecrated Host at the center of a controversial event has been returned. A satanic group plans to have a ‘black mass’ next month and said they would reconsecrate a stolen Eucharistic Host as part of the ceremony. The group’s leaders say it would be given as an offering to Satan. An attorney representing the head of the satanic group gave the Host to a Catholic priest on Thursday afternoon […]

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    Burglars target popular business, Gov. Fallin’s motor home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Burglars hit a local RV dealership, stealing tires and breaking into the governor’s campaign motor home. Police say the thieves cut through a fence and made their way onto the Leisure Time RV lot around 3 a.m. on Thursday. The alleged burglars vandalized about five fold-down trailers on the lot, stealing 21 tires. Afterward, they moved onto Gov. Mary Fallin’s campaign RV, which was also parked in the lot. Authorities say they tore out the dashboard and […]

  • medical marijuana

    Update: Effort to get medical marijuana on the Oklahoma ballot falls short

    UPDATE: Officials with the Secretary of State’s office say a push to get the issue of legalizing medical marijuana on the ballot fell short. ‘Oklahomans for Health’ needed 155,216 signatures to put the measure on the November ballot. However, the group only collected 75,384 signatures that could be authenticated. Authorities say 13 people spent days looking at each signature to make sure they were all valid.   OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s impossible for Amy Hilterbran to contain her emotions. It’s […]

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    Oklahoma boy killed after being shot with pellet gun

    MCALESTER, Okla. – A 12-year-old Oklahoma boy died after he was shot in the head by a pellet gun during a sleepover with friends. Officials say Justin Ingle died at a Tulsa hospital after he was shot in the head with a high-powered pellet gun on Friday. Investigators say Ingle and a friend were playing when he was shot. At this point, investigators say they are treating the incident as an accident. However, a report will likely be turned over to the district […]

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    Woman files lawsuit against Facebook for revenge porn page

    HOUSTON, Texas – A Texas woman says Facebook has ruined her life. She claims the social media company did not act fast enough to remove a fake profile in her name, filled with nude images that were not hers. Now, she is suing the company for millions of dollars. “I’ve been exposed, violated,” said Meryem Ali. Ali is a private person who is now involved in a very public lawsuit, suing Facebook for millions. However, she says she wants justice, not […]

  • Oh the weather outside is frightful!

    Old Farmer’s Almanac releases Oklahoma’s winter forecast

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After a mild summer, many Oklahomans are preparing for a brutal winter. However, an old-fashioned resource used for weather says this year’s winter weather may be better than you think. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, Oklahoma’s winter will be calmer than normal. “Winter temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall all will be below normal,” the almanac said. Residents can expect the coldest temperatures to hit the state between mid- December and late January. Experts say the snowiest periods across […]

  • traffic lights

    Study: It may be easier than you think to hack traffic signals

    If you ever wish that you could rig the traffic lights to be green during your commute, experts say it may not be that hard to do. According to a study by the University of Michigan, traffic lights across the United States are dangerously easy to hack. Under the supervision of transportation officials, computer researchers were able to change traffic lights in an undisclosed Michigan city in May. Authorities say the researchers just used a laptop in their truck. The […]

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    Found: Missing statue of President Obama found on bench, enjoying a beer

    BEAR CREEK, Penn. (WNEP) – A life-size statue of President Obama usually sits on Tiffany Bruce’s front porch. “That statue was actually $1,249,” Bruce said. It’s become a staple in the neighborhood but recently went missing from its usual spot. “I peeked my head out the door and Obama’s gone and I kind of went into a panic. I couldn’t breathe, and I had to go to the hospital,” said Bruce. Fortunately, the Obama statue was discovered and it seems […]

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    Mom outraged after special needs student served lunch from trash

    PLEASANT GROVE, Utah (KSTU) – A mother in Utah is furious after she says her daughter was fed lunch out of a trash can. Sierra Prince is a special needs student at Pleasant Grove Junior High School. Wednesday was her second day at school and she already wasn’t looking forward to her third day. “I don’t even know if I want to go to school tomorrow at all,” Prince said. According to KSTU, when Prince asked for a piece of […]