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    Oklahoma City Zoo welcomes new baby into the family

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is celebrating a new addition. On Tuesday morning, zoo officials say a western lowland gorilla was born at the Great EscApe. The birth is the fifth for 29-year-old Emily and the second offspring for Tongo since he arrived from Toledo. “Emily appears to be doing well and is very attentive to her infant,” said Laura Bottaro, zoo curator. “Mom and baby are bonding but should be on view during normal Zoo hours.” […]

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    Reports: Could oil prices drop to $20 a barrel?

    CUSHING, Okla. – It’s no secret that Oklahoma runs on oil. Thousands of Oklahomans across the state work for oil and gas companies. Recently, the drop in oil prices has taken a toll on some of those jobs. However, according to Bloomberg, things could get much worse. According to the site, America is running out of places to store all of the excess crude oil that it is pumping out of the ground. Currently, oil is selling for around $50 […]

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    Oklahoma Girl Scouts impress president with science invention

    TULSA, Okla. – A group of Oklahoma Girl Scouts wowed President Barack Obama with their science fair invention. The five Oklahoma girls are only in kindergarten and first grade, but had a great idea. They told President Obama they decided to make an automatic page-turner made from Lego blocks for people who don’t have the use of their arms. The girls admitted that you can probably only read three sentences at a time, but say it is “a prototype.” The […]

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    Blue Bell Ice Cream recalled in Oklahoma for possible Listeria contamination

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are warning Oklahoma residents about ice cream that may have been contaminated with dangerous bacteria. Blue Bell Ice Cream is recalling three 3 oz. institutional/ food service ice cream cups with tab lids from their Broken Arrow facility. The chocolate, strawberry and vanilla cups may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The ice cream cups were distributed to facilities in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, […]

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    Family says 5-year-old is cured of cancer after they disobeyed doctor’s orders

    A 5-year-old British boy, whose parents were arrested last year for pulling him out of a hospital, now appears to be cancer-free. A family spokesman says Ashya King underwent Proton Therapy in the Czech Republic and has been clear of brain cancer for months. King’s cancer treatment became the subject of much scrutiny as he was at the center of a fight between doctors and his family. Eventually, it ended in an international manhunt for his parents. Brett and Naghemeh […]

  • Apples are on display at a grocery store in Atlanta, Georgia. Red fruits like an apple can be some of the healthiest foods to eat. The deeper the color, the more effective they are at helping turn off obesity genes. Studies have shown they can help regulate glucose tolerance and insulin.
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    Family makes disturbing discovery after biting into fresh apples

    FALLBROOK, Calif. – Police in California are trying to figure out how dangerous objects ended up in fresh fruit. “How could someone do this kind of thing?” asked Can Nguyen. Nguyen was eating an apple that he purchased from a grocery store and found a needle lodged inside it. “My mom came into my room with the apple, ‘Look what your dad found.’ The kids were running around, ‘There’s a needle in the apple,” said Sandra Nguyen. Sandra says they […]

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    “Tell fire to hurry,” Body cam captures heart-pounding rescue of boy from burning home

    GRIFFIN, Ga. – On January 1, police officers in Griffin, Georgia started wearing body cameras. Just months later, footage from one officer’s body camera is gaining national attention. Sgt. Joe Hudson, with the Griffin Police Department, was the first person to respond to a kitchen fire earlier this month. When he arrived, he was met by the homeowner who told him that a 3-year-old was still in the home. When he realized there was still a child in the burning […]

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    Good catch: Coach amazingly saves falling gymnast twice

    MONTREAL, Canada – Gymnastics is not for the faint of heart. Earlier this month, gymnasts from across the world flocked to Montreal for the L’International Gymnix competition. Sara Berardinelli started strong on the uneven bars. When she tried a jump, she missed the bar and was barreling toward the floor. Amazingly, her coach caught her before she hit the ground. Immediately, she went back to her routine only to falter again. For a second time, her coach’s fast reflexes saved […]

  • See Oklahoma’s ranking on list of “Best, worst places to retire”

    New research shows that Wyoming is the best state to enjoy your retirement. Officials looked at several factors including weather, cost of living, crime rate, tax burden and health care. “This really wasn’t a popularity contest, I wasn’t looking for where people are going,” said Chris Kahn, research and statistic analyst with “I was really wanting to look at what some of the main issues people should be thinking about if they’re going to be making a move.” Arkansas […]

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    Amy’s Kitchen recalling thousands of products for dangerous bacteria

    PETALUMA, Calif. – A popular food company is recalling thousands of products because of a deadly bacteria . Amy’s Kitchen, Inc. us recalling 73,897 cases of products after learning about a recall notice from an organic spinach supplier. Officials say the company may have received organic spinach that was contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Healthy individuals may suffer short-term symptoms like high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea. However, the bacteria has also been linked to miscarriages, stillbirths […]

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    GRAPHIC: Babysitter accused of sexually assaulting kids with boyfriend, boasts in texts

    HOUSTON, Texas (KPRC) – A woman and her boyfriend are accused of sexually assaulting children and photographing them for exploitation, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities say 29-year-old Ashley Dack is being charged with sexual performance by a child and super aggravated sexual assault of a child. Her boyfriend, Patrick Schuneman, was also charged. According to KPRC, court documents allege that Dack and Schuneman were performing sexual acts on children as young as 11-months-old. Officials also claim the […]