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    Officials: ICE agents arrest alleged domestic abuse victim in court

    EL PASO, Texas- Officials in Texas are upset after ICE agents arrested an alleged domestic violence victim inside an El Paso courthouse. County Attorney Jo Anne Bernal told KFOX that the woman arrested was a victim of domestic violence and had filed three reports about the alleged abuse. The most recent case involved her partner allegedly chasing her with a knife. On Feb. 9, the woman was in court to receive a protective order when she was detained by agents […]

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    Men robbed at gunpoint while playing basketball outside Oklahoma elementary school

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities in Tulsa believe a car may lead them to a pair of armed robbery suspects. Officers tell KJRH that two men were playing basketball outside of Cooper Elementary School around 11 p.m. on Thursday night when they were approached by two strangers. The victims claim the men were armed with a gun and ordered them to lie down on the ground. Police say the suspects took the victims’ wallets, car keys and drove off in the […]

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    Oklahoma City flight clips wings with other plane at Phoenix airport

    PHOENIX, Ariz.- Travelers heading to Arizona were startled when their plane clipped wings with another plane in Phoenix. According to KPNX, two planes at Sky Harbor International Airport clipped wings on Thursday night. Investigators say a Frontier Airlines flight headed to Denver was pushing back from its gate when it clipped wings with a Southwest Airlines flight that was arriving from Oklahoma City. Airport officials told KPNX that no injuries were reported.

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    Tulsa woman claims to have seen mountain lion crossing residential street

    TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa woman claims she saw what could be a mountain lion on Monday night darting across her street. “He was headed to the river and he was headed fast,” Georgette Horn said. “His stride was like 6 feet long, you know. I knew it wasn’t a domestic animal.” Horn told KJRH that she immediately warned her neighbors to keep an eye out. “Why was he over here?” Horn said. “There’s no reason for him to be […]

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    Officials to hold public meeting to discuss I-40 widening project

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation want the public to know more about a widening project that will affect a major interstate over the next few years. According to ODOT, I-40 will be widened from Douglas Blvd. near Midwest City to the I-240 junction. The plans include the widening of I-40 to six lanes and increase the height of bridges at Post Rd., Westminster Rd. and Anderson Rd. Officials say the construction is needed to accommodate current […]

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    Gov. Fallin orders special election to replace Rep. Kirby

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin ordered a special election to replace an embattled representative who recently resigned from his post. On Feb. 4, Rep. Dan Kirby resigned from the Oklahoma Legislature following an investigation into inappropriate relations with a legislative assistant. “I cannot, in good conscience, continue to fight against unfounded accusations and what I believe to be unreasonable committee recommendations when the end result will ultimately be that the people of House District 75 will not have a […]

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    4 Seniors: Determining when to stop driving

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As many people get older, it may become unsafe for them to get behind the wheel due to various ailments. However, taking the keys away from an older parent can be difficult. First, start by taking a ride with them and watch for problem areas like inappropriate speeds, tailgating and drifting between lanes.Also, take note if they have difficulty seeing, gets confused easily, reacts slowly or makes poor driving decisions. If you need help with this, a […]

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    Judge orders Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to release emails related to fossil fuel industry

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A judge has ruled that Americans have a right to know how much of a relationship Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has with oil and gas leaders before becoming the head of the Environmental Protection Agency. For years, Pruitt has been an outspoken adversary of the EPA and is currently suing the agency. In December, President Donald Trump selected Pruitt to lead the agency despite concerns from lawmakers. A 2014 New York Times report claimed that Pruitt’s […]

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    Heart healthy: Winter citrus avocado salad

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s time again for the St. Anthony’s Celebrity Chef Event. This year’s celebrity chef Kamala Gamble operates “Kam’s Kookery” catering and has been featured in Southern Living and the Food Network. Gamble came up with a delicious salad that is filling and healthy for your heart. Winter Citrus Avocado Salad – serves 4 · Shallots – 1 tbs., minced · Dijon mustard – ½ tsp. · Red wine vinegar – 2 tbs. · Canola/Olive oil blend or […]

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    Oklahoma public school districts feeling the pinch as budget shortfall continues

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As Oklahoma lawmakers are facing an almost $900 million budget shortfall, it seems that local school districts are already taking a hit. On Wednesday, the Oklahoma State Department of Education sent out a memo to school districts, alerting them that payments will be short by about $8.4 million. According to the Tulsa World, the drop in funding is the result of below-estimate collections. Overall, gross receipts for the past 12 months total almost $11 billion, which is […]

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    Democratic senator calls Oklahoma AG Scott Pruitt “God awful nominee” for EPA

    WASHINGTON  — Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is one step closer to becoming the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator. On Thursday, the Senate voted 54-46 to advance Pruitt’s nomination. A final vote is expected before Friday evening. However, it seems that Pruitt’s likely confirmation won’t go without harsh words from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins said Wednesday she will vote against Pruitt, making her the first Republican to break ranks over the nominee. “The fact […]