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    Teacher resigns for “personal reasons’ after being accused of abusing a student

    HANCOCK COUNTY, Ohio – A teacher in Ohio has resigned after being accused of abusing a student. The resignation comes after an incident was caught on a surveillance camera in May. Barbara Williams, a teacher in the Riverdale School District for 15 years, appears to shove the child and lift him by the front of the shirt. Williams has pleaded not guilty to child endangerment. In her resignation letter, Williams said she was leaving for “personal reasons.” She and her […]

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    Watch: Touching tribute to ‘Batkid’ who saved a city and captured hearts

    SAN FRANCISCO – A little boy battling a deadly disease dreamed of being Batman and the City of San Francisco made it happen. Now, 5-year-old Miles Scott, better known as ‘Batkid,’ may be headed to the big screen. When citizens learned the little boy needed volunteers to line the streets, they responded in a big way. Organizers with ‘Make A Wish’ thought a crowd of 200 people would show up. Instead, 25,000 people lined the streets to cheer him on […]

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    Mother arrested after allowing 7-year-old to go to park alone

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – A Florida mother is facing a child neglect charge after she allowed her son to walk to a local park alone. She says he is old enough but police disagreed. “I’m totally dumbfounded by this whole situation,” said Nicole Gainey. It all began last Saturday when Gainey gave her son, Dominic, permission to walk from their house to a local park. “I honestly didn’t think I was doing anything wrong, I was letting him go […]

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    Oklahoma musician tops charts as ‘highest-paid country artist’

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It seems an Oklahoma music artist is making big bucks in his field. Toby Keith tops Forbes’ 2014 County Music’s Highest Paid Artists. Keith is topping the list for the second year in a row, earning an estimated $65 million. Experts say the Moore native is cashing in on his ‘I Love This Bar and Grill’ restaurants, a multimillion dollar endorsement deal with Ford and he owns “Show Dog-Universal” record label. Taylor Swift is second on the […]

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    Reward: Police say man wanted for father-in-law’s murder

    ADAIR COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities say they are searching for a man who is wanted in connection with the murder of a 71-year-old Oklahoma man. On July 13, a neighbor found 71-year-old Wayne Lee Wennerholm dead inside his home. OSBI agents arrested Wennerholm’s daughter, 27-year-old Janice Manken for accessory to murder. Officials say an arrest warrant has been issued for her husband, 40-year-old Douglas Manken, for the murder. Manken was in Gentry, Arkansas on Monday and could be headed toward […]

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    TSA looking for ideas on running smoother… and it comes with an incentive

    If you have ever waited in line at the airport, you may have come up with an idea that could make the process easier. Now, the Transportation Security Administration is willing to pay you for that idea. The TSA announced that it is looking to passengers to come up with new ideas on how to run smoother. It is offering $15,000 in rewards to the best ideas that will speed up security checks. You’ll have to consider a number of factors including […]

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    Study: 1 in 3 Americans delinquent on debt; How Oklahomans compare

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While the economy is slowly getting better, it seems Americans are still in debt. More than a third of the country struggles paying debts on time, according to a study released by the Urban Institute. Researchers analysed the credit files of nearly 7 million Americans. Organizers say they looked at non-mortgage debt, which usually grew from credit cards, vehicle loans and student loans. It also includes debt in collections, like delinquent medical debt and unpaid utility bills. […]

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    Woman files lawsuit against NFL lineman, claims he gave her an STD

    SAN DIEGO, Calif. – An NFL lineman is at the center of a lawsuit after a woman claimed he gave her herpes and was physically abusive. A woman named “Adrienne E.” filed a lawsuit against Camaron Thomas for sexual battery, assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, fraud through intentional concealment and negligence, according to the lawsuit. Thomas is a former San Diego Chargers defensive lineman who now plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Adrienne claimed the pair had unprotected sex on multiple […]

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    Agency says E-coli found in Oklahoma middle school’s water supply

    EDMOND, Okla. – A state agency is warning administrators about the water quality at a local school. The Oklahoma State Department of Environmental Quality says well water at Oakdale Middle School is contaminated with E-coli. Officials say they made the discovery after a series of routine tests. “Well, luckily, school is not in session right now so DEQ is working with Oakdale school system to have the situation fixed, hopefully, before school is back,” said Erin Hatfield, with the DEQ. Many […]

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    Teen convicted in pharmacy robbery arrested for burglary, assault and battery

    DEL CITY, Okla. – A teenager, who was convicted for his involvement in a high-profile murder case surrounding Reliable Pharmacy, is behind bars again. Jevontai Ingram is facing an array of charges for an alleged break-in in Del City. When officers arrived, they were met by a woman who said a man had kicked in her front door. The victim said she had met the alleged suspect before but only knew him as “Daddy-O.” According to police, after kicking down […]

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    Woman robbed on camera for second time in 3 months

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A frightening hold-up in the metro is caught on camera. Last week two workers were robbed at gunpoint at a local Cash Advance store in northwest Oklahoma City. One of the victims has not had much luck on the job. She’s now been terrorized twice in three months.  We first showed the same victim being robbed in late April. She fell victim again last Friday. The good news is both times she lived to tell the tale. […]