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    Videos show horrific moment train crashes into car, killing 2 teens

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Two teenagers were killed and two more were injured when a train slammed into a car in Louisville, Kentucky. According to officials, the train hit the passenger’s side of the vehicle, killing two people in the car. Police say the car ran a signal and crossed into the train’s path. A witness to the collision said it was the most devastating thing he had ever seen in his life. The driver and a passenger who was sitting behind […]

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    ‘I used to be somebody else,’ Oklahoma boy talks about past life in Hollywood

    MUSKOGEE, Okla. – An Oklahoma boy is causing skeptics to take a closer look at their beliefs related to life after death. Cyndi Hammons says it all started when Ryan was just 4-years-old. He would wake from horrible nightmares. When he was 5-years-old, he told her something unbelievable before going to bed. “He said, ‘Mom, I have something I need to tell you,” she told TODAY. “I used to be somebody else.” The then-preschooler would talk about ‘going home’ to […]

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    Watch: Eagle dives from world’s tallest skyscraper

    DUBAI– An eagle’s stunning flight from the tallest building in the world was captured on video Saturday, thanks to a small camera attached its back. The bird’s-eye view was recorded when Darshan, an imperial eagle, flew from the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, swooping 2,722 feet down to his trainer on the ground. It was the highest recorded bird flight from a man-made structure ever, according to the Freedom Conservation group. The event was planned to call special attention […]

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    American healthcare worker infected with Ebola

    BETHESDA, Md. (NBC News) – An American healthcare worker has been infected with Ebola while treating patients in Sierra Leone. Officials say the worker will be transported back to the United States in isolation on a chartered aircraft. Once on American soil, that person will be treated at the NIH Clinical Center Special Clinical Studies Unit, a high-level containment facility in Maryland. According to NBC News, it is the same facility where nurse Nina Pham was treated. So far, eight […]

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    Prosecutor: Mental hospital releasing convicted killer too soon

    SEATTLE, Wash. (KING) – There is a debate in Washington over whether or not a convicted killer should be set free. Jeffrey Schuler is eligible for conditional release from a Seattle hospital 13 years after he murdered his girlfriend, Sophia Kim, inside their apartment. Kim was found beaten, stabbed 25 times with a sword and partially decapitated. After the crime, Schuler rushed to a neighbor’s house. Authorities say he was naked and claimed he was attacked in a home invasion. […]

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    “We’re learning more every day,” New type of food allergy on the rise

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKYC) – A new type of food allergy is hard for patients to swallow. Eosinophilic esophagitis causes the esophagus to swell, making it hard for patients to swallow food. “It’s considered a newer medical diagnosis, identified just in the last 15 to 20 years. We’re seeing a steady increase in the number of people with this condition and we don’t really have a clear cause yet,” said Dr. Princess Ogbogu, director of the allergy and immunology program at […]

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    Utah lawmakers vote to use firing squad for executions

    SALT LAKE CITY – A bill passed this week by the Utah State House and Senate would allow for the death penalty to be carried out by a firing squad. The bill would allow for a firing squad only if there’s a shortage of execution drugs used in lethal injection. Sponsors say the goal of the legislation is to give the state options. “If we get within 30 days of an execution and we don’t have the drug cocktail, it […]

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    OU SAE ‘house mom’ tells KFOR why she uses racial slur in viral video

    WARNING: This video contains graphic language that is not appropriate for all audiences. NORMAN, Okla. – The controversy surrounding an Oklahoma fraternity continues after a second video began to spread. On Sunday, a video that was recorded on a bus to a fraternity party was uploaded to YouTube. In the video, you can hear the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity cheering “there will never be a nig*** in SAE.” The chant goes on to say, “you can hang them from a […]

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    Caught on camera: Stranger grabs boy from park as brother, sister chase after him

    SPRAGUE, Wash. (KHQ) – Authorities in Washington are investigating the attempted abduction of a 22-month-old boy. “It looks to me that this is a random act of trying to abduct a little boy. We don’t want to instill fear in to anyone, but at the same time they need to be aware,” said Undersheriff Kelly Watkins, with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Surveillance cameras captured video of the alleged abduction. One of the videos shows the man running down the […]


    ‘It’s like getting punched in the stomach,’ African-American alumnus of OU’s SAE chapter reacts to racist video

    DENVER – A fraternity at the University of Oklahoma has been suspended after video surfaced showing a busload of its members chanting racial slurs. An African-American alumnus of OU’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter is now reacting to what he saw. “It’s like getting punched in the stomach,” Jonathon Davis, who was an active SAE member at OU from 1998 to 2002. Davis, who now lives in the Denver area, recalls his time in the fraternity fondly. “They were diverse—they had […]

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    “It was intentional,” Dog owners on edge after deadly treats scattered through yards

    LAKEVILLE, Minn. (KARE) – Dog owners in Minnesota say they are distraught after several pets have become severely ill after eating items intended to harm animals. Families in the area say they have found hot dogs stuffed with screws, open safety pins and pills scattered around backyards. Other toxic treats include steel wool that was rubbed with peanut butter, punctured batteries and open shotgun shells. All the items were tangled with rubber bands and appear to have been created for […]