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    Newborn baby found ‘buried alive’ under asphalt, rubble

    COMPTON, Calif. – Evangelina McCrary and Angelica Blount say it was a normal Friday afternoon when all of a sudden a baby started crying. The two women were walking along a bike path when they heard the baby’s cries. They had no idea where the cries were coming from, so they found others to help. Angel Flores, a nearby resident, said he was approached by two women who told him that they heard cries while walking in the area. One of the […]

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    Survey reveals what managers really think about employees shopping during the workday

    Many people are on the hunt for a good deal this Cyber Monday, and they’re not letting work get in the way. According to a new survey by Robert Half Technology, it seems that many managers don’t have too much of a problem with workers shopping during the workday. The study found that only 25 percent of CIOs will block access to online shopping sites in order to keep workers focused throughout the day. On the other hand, 25 percent […]

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    Police: Waitress killed by customer during argument about smoking

    BILOXI, Miss. – Authorities say a lit cigarette led to a deadly shooting inside a Mississippi restaurant on Friday morning. According to WLOX, officials say 45-year-old Johnny Max Mount walked into a Waffle House in Biloxi and lit a cigarette. When an employee named “Julie” told Mount he couldn’t smoke inside the restaurant, an argument ensued. During the argument, officers say Mount pulled out a handgun from underneath his shirt and shot the woman in the head. The 52-year-old woman […]

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    Soldier surprises family at halftime of Bedlam game

    STILLWATER, Okla. – As thousands of Oklahomans battled the cold temperatures to watch this year’s Bedlam game, the moment was extra special for one Cowboy family. U.S. Air Force Cpt. Dustin Ash surprised his family on the field at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday night. According to FOX 23, Ash came home early from deployment in Afghanistan. He is a T-6 instructor pilot from Vance Air Force Base.

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    Edmond couple working to spread holiday cheer to Ebola-affected communities

    EDMOND, Okla. – One Edmond couple is working to spread some holiday cheer to others overseas. “Our goal is to return the joy of Christmas to more than 200 orphans we support and Ebola-affected communities,” said Jerome Crawford. To learn more about Komeo International Ministries, visit the group’s website.

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    “I’m going to kill you,” Man screaming at spider prompts neighbors to call police

    NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia – Police rushed to an apartment building after neighbors heard screaming and what sounded like death threats coming from one of the units. Neighbors told police they heard a man yelling, “I’m going to kill you,” and a woman ‘screaming hysterically.’ When officers arrived, they were met by a “flushed” and “out of breath” man. They immediately began asking him where his wife or girlfriend was, but the man claimed he didn’t have either. Authorities with […]

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    Video shows fist fights over Black Friday deals

    Black Friday can be hectic for retailers, but it can also be dangerous for some shoppers. An early report by sales tracker Adobe estimated that more than $1 billion was spent online on Thursday. Another firm, ChannelAdvisor, said sales at Amazon were up 30% from a year ago as of midday on Thanksgiving. But plenty of brick-and-mortar stores opened on Thanksgiving Day: Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Toys ‘R’ Us, Macy’s, Kohl’s, RadioShack and Kmart, among them. Recently, Estately created a […]

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    Family earning over $1 million living in public housing

    LOWER MANHATTAN, N.Y. – Many families dream of owning their own home one day, but one New York couple is completely satisfied living in public housing, despite making a six-figure income. WPIX found over 1,500 households earning six-figure salaries that live in New York City Housing Authority apartments. Housing records show that a family reportedly made nearly $1 million while paying $1,574 a month in rent for a three-bedroom apartment. “If you’re making more than the mayor of New York […]

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    Several power outages reported as sleet, freezing rain hit Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Bouts of sleet, freezing rain and winds have taken a toll on a few power lines across the states. OG&E says nearly 1,500 people are without power in northwest Oklahoma City. Outage in NW OKC area. 1493 customers off. Crews enroute. No ETR yet. To report your outage, call 800-522-6870. — OG&E (@OGandE) November 27, 2015 In addition to those outages, customers in Crescent, Kremlin, Lacey and Seiling may also be experiencing trouble. Cimarron Electric is also […]

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    Mother of newborn found in church nativity scene will not face charges

    QUEENS, N.Y. – A mother, whose newborn baby was left in a nativity scene at a church, will not face charges. A custodian called police on Monday afternoon after finding the infant in the manger of an indoor nativity scene at the Holy Child Jesus Church in Queens. The man says he found the baby wrapped in towels and the umbilical cord was still attached. On Friday, authorities announced that the child’s mother would not face charges for abandoning the […]

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    Roads, highways already becoming slick and hazardous in parts of Oklahoma

    If you are traveling on Friday, you may want to check the road conditions before leaving the comfort of your home. According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, highways are slick and hazardous in the panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma, including the Woodward area. Slick conditions on bridges have also been reported in Blaine, Grant and Kay counties. If you must get out and about today, use caution because slick spots are expected to develop. Click here to view our interactive […]