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    Man arrested for assaulting officer during foot chase

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A 23-year-old man was arrested after allegedly assaulting a police officer. On May 16, an officer said he spotted a pickup truck speeding along Martin Luther King Blvd. According to the arrest affidavit, before the officer could catch up to the pickup truck, the truck crashed. As the driver crawled out of the side window, he attempted to run, according to officers. When the officer caught up with the driver, 23-year-old Davyon Judy put up his hands […]

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    Watch: Artists pay touching tribute to Paul Walker at Billboard Music Awards

    While many artists were celebrating their accomplishments at the Billboard Music Awards, one group decided to pay tribute to a life lost. Paul Walker, 40, was killed in a car crash in November 2013 in Southern California while taking a few days off from filming the seventh “Fast and Furious” movie. As part of the movie’s soundtrack, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth came together to create the song, “When I See You Again.” During Sunday’s show, the pair performed the […]

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    Report: Woman charged with breaking into man’s home, raping him while he slept

    SEATTLE, Wash. (KCPQ) – A Washington woman has pleaded guilty to assault after allegedly raping a man while he slept. According to KCPQ, 28-year-old Chantae Gilman was originally charged with second-degree rape, but came to an agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty to second-degree assault and third-degree attempted rape. Gilman was arrested after she allegedly broke into a man’s home and tried to rape him. The victim told police he awoke from a deep sleep to find Gilman on top […]

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    Deputies allegedly find meth, marijuana and PCP during traffic stop

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Three people are facing several charges after a traffic stop early Monday morning. Around 2 a.m. on Monday, an Oklahoma County Sheriff’s deputy spotted a van running a stop sign near N.W. 206th St. and N. Portland Ave. When the deputy walked up to the van, he noticed there were two children inside the car with three adults. During the stop, the deputy said he smelled marijuana coming from the car. After searching the van, authorities allegedly […]

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    Caught on camera: Cows’ close encounter with Oklahoma tornado

    ELMER, Okla. – On Saturday, several tornadoes tore through western and central Oklahoma. The storms damaged several barns, trees and buildings in western Oklahoma. Fortunately, emergency crews say there were no serious injuries reported in relation to the storms. In fact, EMSA officials say they did not respond to a single injury related to the tornadoes or storms as they were moving through the state. One of the most memorable sights from Saturday was captured by a storm chaser in […]

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    GRAPHIC: Video shows moments before 26-year-old soldier’s death in jail

    Warning: Video contains graphic images that may be disturbing to some viewers. EL PASO, Texas – An active-duty Fort Bliss solider self-reported for a two day DWI sentence at the El Paso County Jail in 2012. However, he died before ever being released to his family. Sgt. James Brown served two tours of combat duty in Iraq and was a decorated soldier. In July of 2012, Brown was on active duty at Fort Bliss when he left his family for […]

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    Preliminary tests show 85 percent of third-graders will be heading to fourth grade

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It seems that most third-graders in Oklahoma will be heading to the fourth grade. Preliminary results from this school year’s third-grade Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test indicate that 85 percent will be allowed to go to the next grade. Out of more than 50,000 test-takers, 67 percent of students scored “proficient,” while 14.6 percent scored “unsatisfactory.” Also, 15.9 percent of students tested at “limited knowledge,” while 2.5 percent scored “advanced.” Under the Reading Sufficiency Act, third-graders who score […]

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    Oklahoma woman accused of pretending to be officer to get painkillers

    TULSA, Okla. – A Tulsa woman is behind bars after being accused of hitting dozens of dental offices across the state, trying to get prescription painkillers. Officers with the Tulsa Police Department, along with the FBI, arrested Challen Miller for impersonating a peace officer and attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud. Police say Miller went to more than 20 dentists in Tulsa, but is also suspected of hitting offices across the state. State investigators say earlier this week, […]

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    “We go! We go! We help!” Tourists save lion cubs from cape buffalo

    DENVER, Colo. – A group of tourists on a mission trip in Uganda took time to go on a safari through a national park. What happened there, they say they will never forget. Asim Trent was visiting the Murchison Falls National Park when they stumbled upon a female lion and her cubs. They quietly watched as a cape buffalo approached the lions. “Cape buffalo are one of the most aggressive animals. They probably hurt more people than probably lions or […]

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    Blue Bell to lay off one-third of workforce, furlough other employees

    BRENHAM, Texas – Blue Bell Ice Cream announced that it will lay off more than a third of its employees. On Friday, Blue Bell Creameries CEO and President Paul Kruse announced “the agonizing decision” that the company will have to reduce the size of its workforce, implement salary reductions and furloughs. “The agonizing decision to lay off hundreds of our great workers and reduce hours and pay for others was the most difficult one I have had to make in […]

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Tsarnaev was found guilty on all 30 counts related to the attack and subsequent manhunt on April 8, 2015. The attacks killed three people, wounded more than 260 and spurred a massive manhunt throughout the Boston area.

    Jurors reach verdict in death penalty case against Boston bomber

    BOSTON, Mass. (NBC News) – The jury has reached a verdict in the penalty phase of the trial for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Tsarnaev was convicted last month of 30 criminal counts for the April 15, 2013 attack at the Boston Marathon. Three people were killed in the bombing and 260 others were injured. When a manhunt ensued, an MIT police officer was shot to death, a driver was carjacked and Tsarnaev and his co-conspirator, his older brother, got into a firefight […]