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    Disabled veteran, service dog land a job at Texas Lowe’s

    ABILENE, Texas – When residents head to Lowe’s in Abilene to get supplies for a project, they will likely be greeted by a couple of friendly faces. Before becoming an associate at Lowe’s, Clay Luthy served in the Air Force. He was deployed three times and had to undergo several surgeries on his knee. After this last surgery, he learned he wouldn’t be able to re-enlist. He decided to apply for a job at Lowe’s, but was worried that he […]

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    Prosecutors consider murder, manslaughter charges in deadly Oakland warehouse fire

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Prosecutors in California are considering possible murder charges in the wake of Oakland’s deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire. The fire claimed the lives of 36 people. Derick Alemena, the manager of the warehouse, leased the building to artists that didn’t have space elsewhere. Many created studios there and lived in the same part of the building. However, officials say the warehouse was never zoned for residential living. Alemena has been criticized for checking into a hotel with […]

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    Generous Santa making Marine’s last Christmas wish come true

    ATOKA, Okla. – Sgt. De’aundre Sims says he is afraid this will be his last Christmas. KTEN reports that the active duty Marine was recently diagnosed with actue myeloid leukemia and has been undergoing chemotherapy every day in Oregon. “It was a sudden life changing moment for me, so it really took my life in a new direction,” Sims said. He knows there is a possibility that he won’t get better, so he wants more than anything to spend this […]

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    Oklahoma City woman arrested after allegedly calling 911 to threaten officers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City woman was arrested at a metro motel after reportedly making threats to police. On Dec. 4, officers were called to the Econo Lodge, located in the 1700 block of E. Reno Ave. in Oklahoma City, after a woman called 911 about 10 times to threaten officers. According to the arrest affidavit, 56-year-old Brenda Reed allegedly “threatened to take out the police and that her posse was going to take us all out.” However, investigators said she […]

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    Officials: ONG worker calls 911 to report house fire in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Firefighters rushed to an Oklahoma City home after a worker nearby called 911 to report a fire. Around 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, fire crews were called to a home near S.W. 15th St. and Sara Rd. Initial reports indicate an Oklahoma Natural Gas worker was in the area and called 911 when they spotted smoke and flames coming from the home. When firefighters arrived at the home, the saw fire coming from the roof. Fortunately, everyone who […]

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    Deputies across the state track down pair wanted for violent road rage incident

    PONTOTOC COUNTY, Okla. – Deputies across the state worked together to capture two people accused of a violent road rage incident. McClain County detectives told KXII that the victim was driving along I-35 in Purcell when Torri Killian drove directly in front of the man’s car. “The victim went around the Mustang and the a few minutes later, the Mustang pulled up beside the victim and fired first round into the right side of the vehicle and then pulled around […]

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    Graphic: Man on the run after torturing, killing Oklahoma family’s cats

    Warning: Some of the images in the video are graphic. CARTER COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities in Carter County are searching for a man who is accused of mutilating a family’s cats. According to KXII, the family told police that six of their cats were tortured to death near their homes. Investigators learned the animals had been hanged in trees, suffocated in a trash bag and even burned to death. Authorities say the alleged suspect is Eric Arias. Arias doesn’t have […]

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    Edmond officer cleared of wrongdoing related to shooting of wanted man

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond officer has been cleared of any wrongdoing related to the shooting of a wanted suspect last month. In November,  officers from the Edmond Police Department received a call from a mobile home, located in the 300 block of Dennis St. The caller told dispatchers that a man with a rifle was arguing with people at the home and would not leave. The caller was able to identify the man as 25-year-old Autrayus McGee. McGee is […]

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    Police investigating deadly shooting in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities rushed to an apartment complex in northwest Oklahoma City after learning about a possible shooting. On Monday afternoon, officers were called to an apartment complex near N.W. 10th St and Indiana on a shooting. Investigators say the situation started as a large fight at the complex before someone pulled out a gun. Initial reports indicate that at least one person was injured. When emergency crews arrived on the scene, they realized there were two victims. At […]

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    Cooking with Kyle: Gingerbread treats for the holidays

    OKLAHOMA CITY – This gingerbread is a holiday staple for me. It is adaptable as a fantastic dessert, makes great gifts as a loaf or dunking sticks and I love muffins from this recipe for breakfast! It’s easy, quick and delicious. Recipe: 1/2 C sugar 1/2C butter 1 egg 1 C molasses 1/4c applesauce 2 1/2 C flour 1 1/2 t baking soda 2 t ground cinnamon 2 t ground ginger 1 t ground clove 1/2 t salt 1 C […]

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    82-year-old couple abandons home, walks down mountain to escape fire

    GATLINBURG, Tenn. – Daryl and Robert Hullander have been married 57 years, and recently put their bodies to the test when their lives were on the line. The couple was in their bed and breakfast when the fire in Gatlinburg started creeping toward their property. They abandoned their home with nothing but the clothes on their back and began going down the mountain in the dark. “Fire was blowing across the road, so I didn’t know of another way to […]