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    Eat Better, Move More program helping seniors live healthier lives

    For seniors, staying active and getting the proper nutrition can be a challenge. Now, there is a program that helps seniors eat healthier and move. The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative has created Eat Better, Move More.

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    Expeditions in Etiquette: How to survive the holidays

    When the holidays roll around, it can be tough for some families to stay in the same room as others. http://www.expeditionsinetiquette.com

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    Kingfisher police warning residents about new phone scam

    KINGFISHER, Okla. – Police in one Oklahoma town are warning residents about a potential scam. The Kingfisher Police Department says they have received several complaints from citizens in recent weeks. The calls appear to come from an acquaintance, talking about damage to the victim’s car. Eventually, officers say the caller will ask for you to wire cash to them rather than deal with the insurance company. Authorities say there are tools that hackers use that allow them to look like they […]

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    Heartbreaking: Hackers target parents who have lost children to cancer

    ATLANTA, Ga. (WXIA) –  Someone is targeting families whose children have cancer by derailing a Facebook page and sending hurtful emails to parents. A Facebook page devoted to telling the heart-wrenching stories of children, toddlers and teens who are batting the disease was taken over by hackers this weekend. “All of us who have administrative privileges to our Facebook page have been blocked so we have no control whatsoever over the content on our Facebook page,” said Kristen Conner, with […]

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    Colorado man survives ‘internal decapitation’

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. ( KUSA) – John Boyer says he can’t remember what happened on Oct. 25. However, he is reminded about what happened that night every single day. According to KUSA, Boyer was riding in the backseat of his friend’s SUV after a night out. The driver was sleepy and eventually lost control of the vehicle. “He over-corrected and went over the guard rail,” Boyer said. “The car started flipping in the forward position.” Boyer and his friends were thrown […]

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    CNN anchor facing backlash after asking alleged rape victim why she didn’t fight back

    WASHINGTON (CNN) – As more allegations against Bill Cosby are surfacing, the attention has slightly shifted to an interview by a well-known CNN reporter. On Tuesday, Don Lemon interviewed Joan Tarshis, a woman who claims she was raped by Bill Cosby. Tarshis claimed she was sexually assaulted by Cosby as a 19-year-old aspiring actress in 1969. At one point during the interview, Lemon asks Tarshis why she never fought back during the attack. Lemon: “Can I ask you think because, […]

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    Canadian woman charged almost $1 million after having baby in United States

    SASKATCHEWAN, Canada – After having a baby, a mother is usually excited and a bit overwhelmed at the same time. Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel says she is completely over her head, but it has nothing to do with taking care of a newborn. Huculak-Kimmel says she is at her wits-end after her insurance company refused to pay any of her medical bills she incurred while she was in labor. Huculak-Kimmel and her husband decided to take one final trip together before their […]

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    Oklahoma man arrested for attempting to stab victim after fight over religion

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An argument over religion takes a violent turn. Oklahoma City police say the dispute between the two men, one a Muslim and one a Christian, erupted into a brawl involving a knife and a baseball bat. The victim says it started because the suspect, Jimmy Stepney, claimed it was okay to cut off people’s heads. Those comments quickly escalated into a heated religious debate and eventually an assault and battery. “He said that he thinks they should […]

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    Keystone Pipeline project fails to pass U.S. Senate by one vote

    CUSHING, Okla. (NBC News)  - A controversial pipeline failed to pass the U.S. Senate. Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, sending it to the Senate. On Tuesday, the legislation fell one vote short of the 60 needed to pass in the Senate. If approved, the pipeline would carry 830,000 barrels of oil a day from Alberta, Canada, to the U.S. Gulf Coast. Supporters said the project would reduce oil imports from unstable nations […]

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    Rockets’ player investigated for child abuse allegations

    HOUSTON, Texas ( NBC News) – An NBA star is now at the center of a child abuse investigation. According to NBC News, Houston Rockets’ player Dwight Howard is accused of hitting his son multiple times with the buckle end of a belt. The case, which originated in Florida, was closed because officials said there were “no substantiated findings of physical injuries.” Howard originally told officers in Florida that he didn’t know it was wrong because that is how he […]

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    Utah woman takes cues from Enid ‘Pastafarian,’ wears colander in driver’s license photo

    ST. GEORGE, Utah (KSTU) – A Utah woman says she is the fourth person in the country who was allowed to wear a colander in her driver’s license photo. She says it’s all part of her religious freedom. Earlier this year, an Enid woman was allowed to wear the cooking utensil in her driver’s license photo. According to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety’s rules, religious headpieces cannot cause shadows on your face and the photograph must present a clear view […]