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    “It doesn’t feel fair,” Vin Diesel breaks down during interview about Paul Walker

    LOS ANGELES — Americans all across the country will be heading to theaters to watch the latest installment of the ‘Fast and Furious’ series. ‘Furious 7′ premiers in less than a week, and WGN sat down with Vin Diesel to talk about the movie and his friendship with Paul Walker. Diesel became extremely emotional when Richards asked about how he was coping with the death of his co-star and close friend. “My career is so blessed and it doesn’t feel […]

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    Boren: SAE’s racist chant taught to OU members on national leadership cruise

    NORMAN, Okla. – For the second time in less than a month, OU President David Boren addressed the media on an event that garnered national attention. Earlier this month, a video that was recorded on a bus to a fraternity party was uploaded to YouTube. In the video, you can hear the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity cheering “there will never be a nig*** in SAE.” The chant goes on to say, “you can hang them from a tree, but they’ll […]

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    Turner Turnpike traffic could be delayed because of construction

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Drivers in Oklahoma City may need to find another way home at the beginning of next week. The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority says construction on the Turner Turnpike may cause heavy traffic on Monday, March 30. Officials say the education rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol may be affected, so visitors may want to leave a little early. The Turner Turnpike is undergoing bridge construction at Wellston, resulting in the closure of one lane for both eastbound and […]

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    Amanda Knox’s murder conviction overturned by Italy’s highest court

    PERUGIA, Italy – An American woman who was convicted of murdering her roommate in Italy is now cleared of all charges. On Friday, the highest court in Italy overturned the murder convictions of Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, in the 2007 murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher. Kercher’s body was found in her home after being stabbed 40 times. Knox and Sollecito were immediately arrested. The couple was eventually convicted of the crime in 2009. However, they were […]

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    Officials release preliminary damage report following Moore tornado

    MOORE, Okla. – City officials in Moore say they are still surveying the damage left behind by Wednesday night’s storms. On Wednesday evening, a tornado tore through town, destroying homes and businesses in its path. Amazingly, no one was killed from that storm. On Friday, officials released a preliminary damage assessment for the area. The report is as follows: 17 homes destroyed 25 homes with major damage 71 homes with minor damage 1 multi-family unit with minor damage 3 multi-family […]

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    Mother: Special needs teen told he couldn’t wear varsity letters on jacket

    WICHITA, Kansas (KSN) – A Wichita woman is furious, saying her son’s high school asked him to remove his letter jacket in class. Michael Kelley has Down Syndrome and autism. Kelley is not a varsity athlete but participates in extra-curricular special needs basketball. His family purchased him a varsity letter to wear on a jacket, like a lot of other students have on their jackets. The letter is an official varsity letter from Wichita East High School and the school […]

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    Police: Magazine scam targeting Oklahoma City residents

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police in Oklahoma City are warning residents about a potential scam that is targeting generous individuals. Three different times over the past few weeks, authorities say residents were victimized by suspects claiming to be selling magazine subscriptions. All the incidents occurred at businesses in northwest Oklahoma City, especially around the Memorial Rd. and Pennsylvania Ave. area. In each case, the alleged suspects claimed to be college students selling magazines. They claimed customers could choose to have the magazines […]

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    Man killed by Sand Springs tornado identified

    TULSA, Okla. – Authorities have released the name of the man who was killed by a tornado that hit a mobile home park in Sand Springs. On Friday, the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim as 41-year-old Arian Lakey. According to NBC, up to 60 mobile homes were destroyed when the twister tore through the area. On Thursday, Gov. Mary Fallin issued a state of emergency for 25 counties across Oklahoma, including Tulsa County. See a mistake? Report […]

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    Reports: Body discovered in Oklahoma River

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities in Oklahoma City say they are recovering a body near the Oklahoma River. Just before 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, officers and emergency crews were called to the shoreline of the river after receiving a report about someone in the river. Initial reports indicate a body was found four feet from the shoreline in the river. No word on the victim’s identity or how they ended up in the river. Officials say homicide detectives have been called […]

  • National Weather Service criticized over tornado warning timeline

    MOORE, Okla. – Several residents in Moore say they had only seconds to take cover before their homes were hit by a tornado on Wednesday evening. Shortly after 6:30 p.m., KFOR and Bob Moore Chopper 4 reported a tornado touching down in Moore. However, many residents say sirens in the area were not going off and a tornado warning was not issued for several minutes. According to a statement issued from the National Weather Service, the decision to issue a tornado […]

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    “This really is tornado alley,” Family can’t reach storm shelter in time as tornado hits Moore neighborhood

    MOORE, Okla. – When you spend thousands of dollars for a storm shelter, you hope you never have to use it. Recently, many families in Moore have been saved because of those shelters. However, one family says their shelter didn’t do them any good on Wednesday night. “It’s weird the way it jumped from over there to over here and just kept jumping over houses,” said Ian Rottler. Rottler and his family are fortunate enough to have a storm shelter. […]