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    Update: Couple charged with keeping woman in a dog cage for weeks

    Warning: This story contains graphic content and may not be suitable for all audiences. Cops: Indiana woman caged, beaten and assaulted by couple. http://t.co/K0w0NAp6Hr pic.twitter.com/Vzaym4eWvZ — KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) September 9, 2014 EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Two people were arrested after an Indiana mother, who had been missing for two months, was found safe. Ronald Higgs went to visit his ex-wife, Kendra Tooley, and her husband, Ricky House Jr., at a trailer in Stewartsville last week. “She slid over […]

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    Whoops! Mother cat has her paws full with mischievous kittens

    It doesn’t matter what day it is, but you may feel like it’s a Monday trying to juggle the house, work and kids. This cat knows exactly how you feel. Momma Dove is trying to keep up with her little kittens, and they are getting the best of her. It’s an oldie but a goodie, and it will probably make you feel a little better about your day.

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    Update: Home Depot confirms credit card data breach

    UPDATE: On Monday, Home Depot officials announced that it is the latest big retailer to suffer a payment data breach. At this point, it is unclear how many customers are affected. However, Home Depot says the breach could affect customers who used debit or credit cards at its United States and Canadian stores from “April forward.” Authorities say there is no evidence that debit PIN numbers were compromised. The company says it will offer services, including credit monitoring, to any […]

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    ‘In a heartbeat, he can be gone,’ Police searching for man attacking women on campus

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (CNN) – Law enforcement officials in Florida say they are investigating attempted sexual assaults on women near the University of Florida campus. Officials say there have been at least four attacks within the last couple of weeks. The victims are all in their early 20s and describe their attacker as a white man, who attacks from behind. Unfortunately, none of the victims have described the attacker in enough detail to create a composite sketch. The victims all fought […]

  • FrankShannon

    Supreme Court sides with OU, upholds OU football player’s suspension

    UPDATE: The Oklahoma State Supreme Court ruled Monday that the University of Oklahoma will be able to enforce its one-year suspension of Frank Shannon. Shannon was suspended one year by the university after he was found to have violated the school’s Title IX sexual misconduct policy. Earlier this year, a Cleveland County district judge ordered a stay, which allowed Shannon to remain a student at OU and part of the football team. However, he was not listed on the team’s […]

  • Task Force Strike Soldiers awarded Purple Heart

    Oklahoma native receives Purple Heart after convoy bombing

    BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan – When a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle near a U.S. Army convoy last month, an Oklahoma soldier says he had no idea what hit him. “We were sitting back there and heard a loud explosion,” said Spc. Kelii Torres, a forward observer with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault.) “For a moment, I didn’t know who it hit until I felt our vehicle […]

  • home owners

    Parents’ house seized after son caught with drugs

    (CNN) – Christos Sourovelis spends most of his time running his own painting business and working on his family’s dream home. “I’m a working guy. I work every day, six days a week, even seven if I have to,” Sourovelis said. In March, the government took his house away without warning. The couple says they have never been charged with any crime and have not been accused of missing a payment. “I was so upset thinking somebody’s going to take […]

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    “They were laughing,” Victim attacked by mob in grocery store parking lot

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A man, who just moved to Memphis, thought he was recording a flash mob. Instead, the mob took a violent turn. “Being new to the city, I don’t know where I can and where I can’t go,” the man, who doesn’t want to be identified, said. He says he was on his way into Kroger on Saturday night when he saw a large crowd in the parking lot. He thought they may be part of a flash […]

  • dress code

    Student claims school made her wear “shame suit” for dress code violation

    ORANGE PARK, Fla. (WTLV)  – A Florida mother says Oakleaf High School forced her daughter to swap her skirt for what she calls a “shame suit.” On the third day of school, she says her daughter unintentionally broke the school’s dress code and the punishment was humiliating. When 15-year-old Miranda Larkin went to school in a black skirt about three inches above her knees, she didn’t know she was in violation of the dress code. “She just points at me […]

  • renter

    Disturbing sights, sounds force family to move from murderer’s former home

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (KUTV) – It was a case that gripped the nation. Susan Powell, a wife and mother of two little boys, was last seen at her Utah home on Dec. 6, 2009. Her husband, Josh, was the only person of interest listed in connection with her disappearance. On Feb. 5, 2012, authorities say Josh killed their two children and himself. Joanna Aeosana says she was not familiar with the case, and didn’t recognize the family’s home when […]

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    Update: One taken to hospital, I-44 lanes reopening

    UPDATE: One person was taken to the hospital after being freed from an SUV following an accident. Authorities are still working to clear the scene and encourage drivers to drive slowly in the area. One lane is still closed but traffic is flowing in the other lanes. OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews were rushed to an accident Friday evening after authorities learned one person was trapped inside a vehicle. Officials were called to eastbound I-44 near N. Kelley Ave. around 8:40 p.m. […]