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    Police: Suspects attack Oklahoma man with baseball bat

    WYNNEWOOD, Okla. – Authorities in Wynnewood are searching for suspects as a man recovers from a brutal attack involving a baseball bat. The victim says he was walking home from the EZ Mart in Wynnewood when two men approached him and asked for his wallet. He says when he refused to give it to them, one of the men hit him in the back of the head with a bat. When he woke up, both suspects and his wallet were […]

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    State officials: Enough signatures collected for medical marijuana petition to move forward

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It seems that a question regarding medical marijuana is one step closer to going before a vote of the people. On Tuesday, Oklahoma Secretary of State Chris Benge announced that his office had finished counting signatures for State Question 788. The question would allow Oklahomans to vote on whether or not to legalize medical marijuana. Before the question could go to a vote of the people, supporters would need to collect almost 66,000 signatures. The petition drive kicked […]

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    Millennials to millionaires: How to reach your financial goals by the time your retire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A lot of people dream of winning the lottery and living with a lot of money in the bank. Your chances of winning it big are almost zero, but that doesn’t mean you can’t reach big financial goals. Retirement expert Rhett Wood says it helps if you start young by visualizing your future and imagining yourself as a retiree. It also helps to use a retirement income calculator, which may be available through a 401k. The next […]

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    AMP Fest brings female musicians, artists to Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The first annual AMP Fest will take over Automobile Alley this weekend. The festival celebrates everything about art and music created by women. Visitors will be able to listen to 12 live bands that cover all genres. Also, there are about 40 different artists that will have booths and tents at the event. The proceeds will benefit Oklahoma City Girls Art School and Rock and Roll Camp for Girls OKC. AMP Fest will take place on Aug. […]

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    Oklahoma attorney general sides with craft breweries, giving way for high-point beer by the glass

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Some craft breweries are considering it a victory after they say they were left in limbo while the state looked into a new law. Gov. Mary Fallin signed Senate Bill 424 into law in May, seemingly allowing brewers to serve their high-point beer to patrons by the glass. Currently, breweries may serve low-point beer in tap rooms, but only provide samples of strong beers to patrons. But the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission (ABLE) asked for the attorney […]

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    Heartfelt sign stops Miranda Lambert in her tracks, brings her to tears

    HARTFORD, Conn. – Miranda Lambert is known for being one of country music’s sweethearts, and a recent performance was pulling at people’s heartstrings. While performing in Connecticut, Lambert was singing “The House that Built Me” when she spotted an unusual sign in the crowd. After realizing what the sign said, she immediately started crying and then held the sign up for the crowd. “3 combat tours… your voice was the last thing I heard every night. Thank you,” the sign […]

  • NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 21:  Anti-fracking and Keystone XL pipeline activists demonstrate in lower Manhattan on September 21, 2013 in New York City. Across the country numerous protests are planned on what activists are calling a national day of action to "Draw the Line" on tar sands, Keystone XL, and fracking which many people believe are contributing to climate change and other environmental issues affecting communities. The controversial Keystone XL pipeline project looks to get U.S. permission to funnel Canada?s carbon-heavy oil sands across the United States to refineries on the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Thousands of protesters fighting construction of controversial oil pipeline

    BISMARCK, N.D. – Construction on a controversial oil pipeline has been stopped as protests continue. The controversial pipeline is set to carry oil over 1,000 miles from North Dakota to Illinois and would cross under the Missouri River. However, members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe believe that the pipeline could end up contaminating that tribe’s water and would disturb burial grounds and sacred sites. In July, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Sioux tribe, asking for an […]

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    Firefighter’s family keeps his sense of humor alive in witty obituary

    NEW ORLEANS, La. – When a loved one passes away, it can be a trying time for family members. Despite the sadness, William Ziegler’s children knew they had to find a way to laugh. They told TODAY that their father loved to laugh and would constantly find humor in witty death notices that were posted online. When he died on July 29, they knew they would have to come up with something that would have made him chuckle. “William Ziegler […]

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    In with the new: Kd’s restaurant transforms to Legacy Grill

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It used to be a tribute to an Oklahoma City Thunder superstar that became popular for its delicious southern cuisine. When Kevin Durant decided to head to the coast, Kd’s Southern Cuisine began thinking of a new name. In July, Hal Smith Restaurants announced that Kd’s was closing and would reopen under a new name. On Tuesday, the company announced that the restaurant will now become Legacy Grill, a restaurant that focuses on celebrating Oklahomans and their […]

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    Judge denies University of Texas professors’ request to ban guns in classrooms

    AUSTIN, Texas – Classes at the University of Texas begin on Wednesday, which is also when students will get their first taste of a new law. Campus carry in Texas went into effect on Aug. 1, meaning licensed gun owners are legally allowed to carry concealed weapons in the majority of buildings and classrooms on campus. However, not everyone is supportive of the move. Three UT professors sued the university in an attempt to keep guns out of their classrooms. […]

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    Teenager hit in the face with unknown object while riding roller coaster

    JACKSON, N.J. – A New Jersey teenager says she suffered serious injuries after what should have been a fun ride on a roller coaster. Sabreen Nassar and her boyfriend, Liam Tully, were riding the El Toro ride at Six Flags in Maryland when she felt something hit her face. “Like a baseball bat to the face,” Nassar told News 12. As a result, Nassar says her front tooth was knocked out and she suffered several broken teeth in the back […]