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  • Midwest City youth group survives after church bus catches fire

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – A Midwest City youth group has survived after a church bus caught on fire. The Senior High Youth of Wickline United Methodist Church were returning home on Sunday from a summer mission trip when the fire started. Fortunately, everyone on-board was safely evacuated. However, it appears the bus is a total loss. There’s no word on the cause at this time.

  • Texas deputy fired after investigation into chokehold death

    A Texas deputy who was indicted in connection with a man’s chokehold death has been fired, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said. Chauna Thompson, 45, lost her job after an internal investigation into the death of John Hernandez, 24, a statement from the sheriff’s office said. Chauna’s husband, Terry Thompson, allegedly put John in a chokehold May 28 after he confronted John for urinating outside a Denny’s restaurant, authorities said. Chauna, who was off duty at the time, helped hold […]

  • Hospital treating baby Charlie Gard is receiving death threats

    The London hospital where baby Charlie Gard is being treated for a rare genetic disorder has been receiving death threats. “The GOSH community has been subjected to a shocking and disgraceful tide of hostility and disturbance,” said Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Chairman Mary MacLeod in a statement released Saturday. The terminally ill infant is at the center of an international legal controversy over whether the hospital should support experimental efforts to extend his life. “Staff have received abuse both […]

  • Colorado father arrested in connection with 2012 killing of 13-year-old son

    The father of a missing Colorado 13-year-old was arrested Saturday in connection with the boy’s 2012 death, the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office said. A grand jury had issued an indictment for Mark Redwine after establishing probable cause in connection with the killing of his son, Dylan Redwine. “The investigation into Dylan’s disappearance and death spanned four and a half years, culminating in Saturday’s arrest,” the sheriff’s office said. Dylan was 13 when he went missing in November 2012 while […]

  • 8 people found dead in sweltering tractor-trailer at San Antonio Walmart

    A phone call from a Walmart employee led to the discovery of eight bodies and 30 people severely injured in the back of a tractor-trailer in Texas early Sunday, authorities said. “We are looking at a human-trafficking crime here,” said San Antonio Police Chief William McManus. The employee told authorities the trailer was parked at a Walmart lot in San Antonio. A man who was in it asked the employee for water. The employee brought water for the man, then […]

  • Missing Oklahoma mother, her 3 children found safe

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A Chickasha mother and her three children who were reported missing have been found on Sunday in Oklahoma City. Police said Destiny Corsaut and the children are safe and appear to be good condition. BREAKING: Missing Chickasha mother Destiny Corsaut and her children have been found safe. @kfor gathering more info now. pic.twitter.com/NMiRi6IkWP — Joleen Chaney (@JoleenChaney) July 23, 2017 The search for the four began about three weeks ago. The children’s father, David Corsaut, said he had been scheduled […]

  • Police investigate body found in northwest Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are investigating a body found in northwest Oklahoma City. The body was found on Sunday morning near Portland and Memorial. Police said the victim was male however he has not been identified. His body has been taken to the medical examiner’s office to determine the cause of death.

  • Deadly salmonella outbreak linked to papayas

    Forty-seven people in 12 states have become infected with salmonella believed to be linked to yellow Maradol papayas, federal health officials said Friday. Twelve people have been hospitalized, and one death has been reported, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Investigators are working to learn where the contamination occurred in the supply chain,” the CDC said. Among those reporting illness, symptoms began between May 17 and June 28. Illnesses reported after June 23 may not be […]

  • First woman enlists to become a Navy SEAL

    A woman will train with other potential officers this summer in hopes of becoming the first female Navy SEAL. The candidate, a midshipman, and another woman have enlisted as the first female candidates seeking to join the Navy’s special operations teams. The latter is training for the Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman program, or SWCC. The women have already made history, but they still face a long road ahead of training and tests before they officially make the cut. Women weren’t […]

  • Man shoots and kills 820-pound hog after it wanders into front yard

    SAMSON, Ala. – An Alabama man shot and killed an 820-pound hog that ventured into his front yard last week. Wade Seago lives in a rural Alabama town and is accustomed to his dog barking at various wildlife, according to AL.com. But, when Cruiser wouldn’t stop barking and his daughter, who was looking out a window at the front of the house, started screaming, Seago sprang into action. “I looked out the back window and saw nothing, so I ran […]

  • Florida man angry AT&T trucks parked in front of house, shoots out their tires

    HIALEAH, Fla. – A retired Florida firefighter apparently shot the tires on multiple AT&T trucks because he was upset they were parked near his home, according to WSVN. Police said utility workers were working on lines near the home when 64-year-old Jorge Jove approached them on Wednesday morning. Jove was apparently upset because the trucks were parked in front of his home, officials told WSVN. The workers told the man they would move the trucks after the work was completed. […]