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  • A picture of a problem with the water in her school led to the suspension of a high school student.

    Student suspended after posting picture of discolored water in school bathroom

    WESTLAND, Mich – Hazel Juco says she was concerned when she saw discolored water coming from a sink in the girl’s restroom at school. However, she had no idea that she would be suspended because of a picture she took. Juco says she snapped a photo of the water and posted it to her social media pages, hoping that someone would notice and the problem would be fixed. Instead of getting help, she was called to the office. “They told […]

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    On TV at 10: Sleepover turns into a nightmare for 3 young girls

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A father’s good deed ends up with his friend facing charges. That friend is accused of sneaking into his daughter’s room where she was having a sleepover. What the girls say happened- tonight at 10 p.m.

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    4 your garden: Adding splash of color to your garden for fall

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s time to start talking about adding a bit of fall color to your garden. Mums make a fabulous display on the OU campus every fall and they can also bring a dramatic splash of color to your garden or front porch. Gardening guru Linda Vater stopped by with a few more tips. Check out Vater’s gardening pictures, ideas and recipes on her blog.

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    Oklahoma woman arrested for allegedly pretending her child had cancer is facing other accusations

    ENID, Okla. – An Enid mother accused of scamming local businesses out of more than $16,000 is now accused of ripping off a state agency. Police say for the last four years, 32-year-old Jessica Good has been holding fundraisers and setting up GoFundMe accounts, claiming her child was sick. Authorities say that it was all a lie, but she got thousands of dollars from people who were simply trying to help. Now, the Department of Human Services says she scammed […]

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    Meeting Thomas the Train, free events for the whole family this weekend

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Fall is officially here, even though it doesn’t quite feel like it yet. While the weather may be a little rainy this weekend, now is the perfect time of the year to visit an Oklahoma state park. This is the final weekend of the Oklahoma State Fair. And how about a day out with Thomas the Train? Kids love this event at the Oklahoma Railway Museum. Guests have a chance to take a 25 minute ride and […]

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    Zoo officials: Deadly virus detected in young elephant at Oklahoma City Zoo

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Officials at the Oklahoma City Zoo say a deadly virus has been detected in the youngest Asian elephant at the facility. Zoo leaders say routine testing showed that 21-month-old Achara, an Asian elephant, tested positive for endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV), 1A strain. Officials say all elephants are believed to carry strains of the virus, adding that this isn’t the first time Achara has tested positive for EEHV. However, this is the first time this particular strain has been detected. […]

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    Airport Trust approves parking fee increase at Will Rogers World Airport

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Travelers to Will Rogers World Airport may soon see an increase in parking fees to help pay for several planned projects. On Friday, the Oklahoma City Airport Trust adopted a resolution to increase the rates of all parking facilities at the airport. Now, the resolution will head to the city council for approval. If approved, travelers can expect to pay more for parking, anywhere from $1 to $2 more per day. In return, those extra fees will […]

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    Federal agency issues 90-day extension for Real ID Act for military bases

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill that was passed almost a decade ago is likely to cause some problems for Oklahoma travelers in the coming months. It’s all part of the Real ID Act, which is a coordinated effort by the states and the federal government to improve the reliability of state issued ID’s. It’s meant to inhibit terrorists’ ability to get fake ID’s. However, Oklahoma passed a law in 2007 that said our state wouldn’t comply with the Real ID […]

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    Authorities searching for missing Oklahoma man

    SEMINOLE, Okla. – Authorities near Seminole are searching for a man who has been missing for almost a week. Deputies say they are actively searching for 39-year-old Jeremy Culver. Culver was last seen Sunday around 10 a.m. at his home, located four miles northeast of Seminole. He stands 5’9″ tall and weighs 180 pounds. If you have any information on his whereabouts, call police.

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    Oklahoma woman dies following brutal attack in home; boyfriend arrested for murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma woman has died following an alleged attack by her boyfriend. On Sept. 3, neighbors say they heard a scream and were met by 40-year-old Tony Wilson. “He ran out and said, ‘Help me! Help me! Call 911,” Cledith Davis said. According to a police report, Wilson said he came home to find his girlfriend, 54-year-old Carla Martin, “laying on the bathroom floor bleeding from an unknown spot on her head.” Officers say he later claimed […]

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    Oklahoma community files federal lawsuit against companies accused of contaminating water

    BETHANY, Okla. – A metro community has filed a federal lawsuit against two companies accused of contaminating groundwater. According to the lawsuit that was filed on Aug. 31, the City of Bethany alleges that Rockwell Automation, Inc. and Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation learned in 2008 that the groundwater near their facilities had been contaminated. City leaders say the water was contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals including Trichloroethene and Tetrachlorothene. However, officials say the companies did not notify city leaders about the contamination […]