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    Video: Guys take new approach to moving couch from top floor

    If you have ever moved from the top floor of an apartment building, you know how challenging it can be. However, a couple of guys took a new approach to moving a large couch from the top floor. They went onto the balcony and decided to create a zip-line to the bottom.

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    Traffic Alert: Edmond street closed for repairs

    EDMOND, Okla. – Drivers in Edmond may need to find an alternate route if they travel along one specific road in town. Crews in Edmond will be fixing a major drainage pipe running underneath the intersection of 9th St. and University Dr. The project is expected to run through the weekend. If you travel in that area during the day, officials say you will have to find a detour. The intersection will be open to one-way traffic in the evenings.

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    Reports: ISIS militants seize warplanes as U.S. led airstrikes continue in Syria

    (CNN) – As the battle over Syria rages between ISIS and opposition groups, fighters say the extremists have taken over three warplanes. Officials with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights group report ISIS is in possession of three warplanes in northern Syria. Sources say former Iraqi military officers who joined ISIS are training members on how to fly the planes at a military airport. In the meantime, the coalition, led by the United States, launched 21 airstrikes against ISIS militants […]

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    Officials: 10-year-old charged with elderly woman’s murder planned escape from jail

    WAYNE COUNTY, Pa. – A 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy, who has been arrested and charged for the murder of an elderly woman, had a plan to escape jail. The prison cell for 10-year-old Tristen Kurilla at the Wayne County Jail became the focal point of investigators on Wednesday. According to a search warrant application, the prison’s warden indicated that the boy appeared to have drawn an escape plan on a coloring book. Detectives seized a piece of notebook paper with the […]

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    Norman police warn OU fans of parking problems

    NORMAN, Okla. – While a lot of OU fans will be heading to Norman this weekend, police are warning drivers about a major parking problem. During the first two OU home football games this season, authorities say 60 cars were impounded for illegally parking on private property. Officers say the property owners are the ones who had the vehicles impounded, but Norman police were also responsible for impounding 30 other cars. Authorities say those vehicles were impounded for yellow curb […]

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    Police seeking clues in two armed robberies

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City police are searching for a man who may be connected to two separate robberies. On Oct. 14, officers were called to the Grand Mark One, located at 1300 S.W. Grand Blvd., after learning about an armed robbery. Following the initial call, police were also called to the Circle K, located at 1449 S.E. 25th St. In both cases, the alleged suspect robbed the store at gunpoint. If you have any information on the man in […]

  • ebola

    Nurses allege they were forced to ‘improvise’ when it came to Ebola, schools close over fears of virus

    DALLAS –  A central Texas school district has closed three campuses for cleaning on Thursday after learning two students were on the same flight as a nurse who tested positive for Ebola. Amber Vinson flew to Dallas from Cleveland after reporting a fever to the CDC. One day later, she was diagnosed with the Ebola virus. The two students were pulled from class on Wednesday and will stay home for several days. The school district says the risk of infection […]

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    Why? Man without hazmat gear at Ebola transfer leaves many with questions

    DALLAS (KXAS) – As KXAS covered the second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola being transported to Emory, viewers spotted an unusual sight. At Love Field, a man in plain clothes is seen standing among workers in hazmat suits. KXAS reports that as three people helped Amber Vinson into a specially equipped jet, a man wearing no protective gear stood nearby. The man, who was wearing only slacks, a buttoned-down shirt and sunglasses was out-of-place. Now, many people are concerned […]

  • drugs

    Deputies organize effort to get rid of unwanted prescription medication

    NORMAN, Okla. – Deputies will be collecting expired or unwanted medications next week in an effort to keep the drugs from falling into the wrong hands. Cleveland County will host a ‘Prescription Drug Round-Up’ on Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Residents are encouraged to take their medications to the following locations on that day: Homeland, 10700 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Oklahoma City Homeland, 1251 Alameda St., Norman Homeland, 2600 W. Robinson St., Norman Crest Foods, 1315 N. Eastern […]

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    U.S. Marine charged with murder in death of transgender woman

    MANILA, Philippines (CNN) – A U.S. Marine has been charged with murder in the death of a transgender woman in a Philippines hotel room over the weekend. Pfc. Scott Pemberton is currently in U.S. military custody but prosecutors are expected to ask for him to be turned over to Filipino authorities. Pemberton is accused of strangling 26-year-old Jeffrey Laude, who also went by the name Jennifer. Laude’s naked body was found with her head inside a toilet on Sunday. Witnesses […]

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    Texas health officials: ‘We are deeply sorry’ about Ebola mistakes

    DALLAS, (CNN) – A Texas doctor has apologized for mistakes related to how his hospital handled the Ebola virus. Dr. Daniel Varga said Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital mishandled the case of Thomas Eric Duncan. Duncan was originally sent home from the facility after reporting a fever and telling health care workers that he was from Liberia. “Unfortunately, in our initial treatment of Mr. Duncan, despite our best intentions and a highly skilled medical team, we made mistakes,” Varga said. “We […]