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    Indiana woman sentenced in “feticide” case, first ever case in the U.S.

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. – An Indiana woman will serve 20 years in prison for what she says was a miscarriage. On Monday, the State of Indiana sentenced 33-year-old Purvi Patel to 20 years in prison on charges of feticide, which is an act that causes the death of a fetus, and neglect of a dependent. PRI says feticide is usually used against illegal abortion providers or people who harm pregnant women. It is a law in several states but only […]

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    Highly anticipated miniseries ‘A.D. The Bible Continues’ coming to KFOR

    In the follow-up to the eye-opening success of “The Bible” miniseries on History, the 12-hour miniseries “A.D. The Bible Continues” will look at the lives that were instantly altered following the death of Christ. His disciples, mother Mary and key political religious leaders at the time saw their world turned upside down and their lives forever altered. Beginning at that fateful moment of the Crucifixion and the Resurrection, part two of the greatest story ever told will focus on the disciples […]

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    10 years later: Terri Schiavo still puts spotlight on end of life issues

    GULFPORT, Fla. – There are still questions surrounding the government’s role in a person’s life and death. A case that brought that question to the forefront of the American people’s minds is 10-years-old. In 1990, Terri Schiavo collapsed after suffering from full cardiac arrest. The heart attack deprived her brain of oxygen and doctors say it left her in a persistent vegetative state. Schiavo was kept alive by a feeding tube for 15 years, while her husband and family fought […]

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    ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ actress shares 4 things Robin Williams taught her about life

    LOS ANGELES – Last year, the Hollywood community was shaken by the death of one of its brightest stars. Officials say Robin Williams committed suicide after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Over the years, Williams battled addiction and depression. However, there were no drugs in his system at the time of his death. His death is still fresh in the minds of many friends and co-workers who worked with him over his storied career. Lisa Jakub is one of those people. […]

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    “We’re not going to change the law,” Indiana’s religious freedom act passes in light of criticism

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – All eyes are on Indiana as lawmakers are facing a massive backlash against the state’s new ‘Religious Freedom Restoration Law.’ “We’re not going to change the law, okay?” Gov. Mike Pence said. Critics say the bill legalizes discrimination against homosexuals. However, Gov. Pence says opposition to the law is “shameless rhetoric,” but added that there may be room for clarification. Pence and other supporters say there are similar laws protecting religious freedom in other states. Opponents argue […]

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    Amanda Knox’s murder conviction overturned by Italy’s highest court

    PERUGIA, Italy – An American woman who was convicted of murdering her roommate in Italy is now cleared of all charges. On Friday, the highest court in Italy overturned the murder convictions of Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, in the 2007 murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher. Kercher’s body was found in her home after being stabbed 40 times. Knox and Sollecito were immediately arrested. The couple was eventually convicted of the crime in 2009. However, they were […]

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    Mother: Special needs teen told he couldn’t wear varsity letters on jacket

    WICHITA, Kansas (KSN) – A Wichita woman is furious, saying her son’s high school asked him to remove his letter jacket in class. Michael Kelley has Down Syndrome and autism. Kelley is not a varsity athlete but participates in extra-curricular special needs basketball. His family purchased him a varsity letter to wear on a jacket, like a lot of other students have on their jackets. The letter is an official varsity letter from Wichita East High School and the school […]

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    Tulsa tornado: One man dead, up to 60 homes destroyed in mobile home park

    TULSA, Okla. — One person was killed Wednesday, as severe weather swept through the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas. The storm ripped through a mobile home park in Sand Springs, Maj. Shannon Clark with the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office told CNN. According to NBC News, up to 60 trailers were destroyed there. On Thursday, Chief Mike Woods, with the Sand Springs Fire Department, confirmed the victim who died in the tornado on Wednesday night was a man. Gas to the […]

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    Reports: U.S. soldier released by Taliban to be charged with desertion

    WASHINGTON – An Army sergeant, who was held captive by the Taliban for five years, is expected to be charged with desertion, according to NBC News. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl went missing on June 30, 2009, in Afghanistan’s Paktika province, where he was deployed with the 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. Bergdahl was held captive by militants for five years before he was released in May in exchange for five senior Taliban members held […]

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    Investigators attempting to link Robert Durst to disappearance of college student

    MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Just days after being denied bail for the murder of a friend in 2000, investigators across the country are trying to link Robert Durst to the disappearance of a college student. In 1971, 18-year-old Lynne Schulze disappeared while attending Middlebury College at the end of her freshman year. Chief Tom Hanley, with the Middlebury Police Department, say Schulze is presumed dead and believe she is the victim of foul play. However, her remains have never been found. […]

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    OU SAE member involved in racist chant will speak publicly for first time

    NORMAN, Okla. – One of the students at the center of the controversy surrounding a racist chant sung by fraternity members from the University of Oklahoma is set to hold a press conference with black community leaders Wednesday. 20-year-old Levi Pettit is accused of participating in the racist chant along with other Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members. He will sit down privately with Oklahoma Senator Anastasia Pittman, civic leaders and local pastors prior to the press conference. Pettit and his […]