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    ISIS releases 19 Christian prisoners, others expected to be freed

    (CNN) – When you think about ISIS, you may imagine the horrific images of their captives. In the past, the terror group has kidnapped and raped women and children. It has also publicly beheaded and set fire to captives. However, ISIS recently released 19 Christian prisoners. All but one of the Christians released were part of a group of 220 Assyrians who were captured last week, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. 10 other Assyrian Christians are expected […]

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    Hyundai recalling 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect

    A popular car company is recalling hundreds of thousands of vehicles for an issue with the car’s power steering. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Hyundai is recalling more than 200,000 vehicles for a power steering defect that increases the risk of a crash. The recall affects Elantra sedans that were produced between 2008 and 2010. It also affects Elantra touring hatchbacks from 2009 to 2010. Hyundai says about 3 percent of those vehicles have the defect. See […]

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    “Could smell my body burning,” Man suffers third-degree burns after he said iPhone exploded in pocket

    LINDENHURST, N.Y. – A man is recovering from second and third-degree burns after he says his iPhone exploded in his pocket. “This is where it came from, the phone right here,” Erik Johnson said, pointing to his iPhone. “My iPhone blew up. And everybody’s answer is, ‘What?” Johnson says his iPhone was in his pocket on Valentine’s Day when it spontaneously exploded. “I bent over to get keys and all I heard was a ‘pop’ and after a little ‘ssshh,’ […]

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    “She’s not a monster,” Toddler with rare condition victim of cyberbullying

    SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD)— When you have a child, you may want to share your joy with the world. When Mariah Anderson was born, doctors told her family that she would constantly be fighting for her life. Now, her family says they are battling Internet trolls who have targeted Mariah’s pictures. The 2-year-old was born with Chromosome Two Duplication Syndrome, which stunts her learning ability and motor skills. The little girl is not expected to live long, so her family wanted […]

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    Second round of snow moving through the state, freezing rain to come

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  Bundle up tight because a second storm will move into the state on Saturday morning, bringing a mixture of sleet and snow. Saturday morning will be in the high teens to low 20s, and the day will not see temps above freezing, with a high of 29 expected. Roads might get a little messy Saturday night into Sunday morning because of light freezing rain. Click here to see live radar. The second wave will bring a concentration of snow, […]

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    Send in your snow pictures!

    Snow continued to fall overnight, so Saturday was kissed with a couple layers of snow. The second round is in full effect and will go through Sunday. If snow is falling in your area, we want to see it! Send us your photos. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

  • Watch for slick spots on highways, frozen slush on roads

    OKLAHOMA-  Travel conditions will continue to deteriorate throughout the day as overnight and early morning snow fall covered many highways and interstates across the state. Northwestern Oklahoma received an additional 2-5 inches of snow today adding to the 2-4 inches those counties received Friday. Oklahoma Department of Transportation crews continue to plow and treat highways with a sand and salt mixture. These operations will continue until roadways are dry and safe for travel. Roads in Cimmarron County, at the tip […]

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    Update: Police found missing baby after mother allegedly breastfed with methamphetamines

    Updated 2/27/15 at 9:46 p.m. Logan County Sheriff’s Office reported that the missing mother and child from Logan County were located with the cooperation of the family. The child has been placed in the custody of the Department of Human Services.   OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are searching for a mother and her child, who may be in danger. According to the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, 26-year-old Nicole Leeann Kerschner gave birth to a baby boy at Baptist Hospital. Authorities […]

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    Winter wonderland: Send us your snow pictures!

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As snow continues to fall across the state, we want to see what it is like in your area. The first round of snow caused a light dusting over most of the roadways on Monday morning. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    NBA’s first black player, Earl Lloyd, dies at 86

    The first black player in NBA history has died at the age of 86. West Virginia State confirmed that Earl Lloyd died on Thursday. He was 86-years-old. “The State family mourns the loss of a fellow Yellow Jacket and trailblazer who was a true champion both on and off of the basketball court,” West Virginia State president Brian Hemphill said in a statement. “When Earl stepped out on the court on that fateful date in 1950, this remarkable man rightfully […]

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    “Back to wild, wild West,” Kansas lawmaker disagrees with new gun control bill

    TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – In a controversial move, Kansas lawmakers say they want to end a requirement for permits to carry concealed weapons. The Kansas Senate voted to advance the measure to a final vote on Thursday, where it is expected to pass. “I just think a lot of people see it and at first glance they have an emotional reaction to it, without looking in to the details,” said Kansas Sen. Jake LaTurner. The Kansas House and Senate have strong […]