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  • mistaken identity

    Police: 13-year-old shot to death in home, could be case of mistaken identity

    CARROLLTON, Ga. – A 17-year-old faces charges in connection with the death of a 13-year-old boy. Police say Nizzear Rodriguez was shot to death while he slept in his bedroom in his family’s apartment on Sunday morning. Officers believe the shooting was possibly a case of mistaken identity. “No enemies, you know, everybody liked the kid in the neighborhood, the school saying he’s a great kid, so that’s what makes this so, you know, terrible,” said Capt. Chris Dobbs, with […]

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    Woman claims she was held captive, tortured by neighbor

    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A woman in Corpus Christi says she was held captive and tortured by a neighbor for hours. “She walked over and went bam, bam with her cigarette like three times in a row. Right here, on this part of my face,” said Christina Rohm. Rohm says she was burned on her face, hands and legs by her neighbor, 26-year-old Ashley Rodriguez. Police say it was Saturday when Rodriguez is accused of holding Rohm against her will. “If […]

  • Love letters delivered after 70 years

    CHICAGO, Ill. – Love letters sent by a navy man to a girl back home didn’t arrive for a very long time. Now, nearly 70 years after they were sent, the letters have finally reached the woman they were intended for. Dorothy Bartos Carlberg is an 85-year-old dementia patient  and has lived a full life. Martha Rodriguez lives at the home where Dorothy Bartos Carlberg lived as a teen. It was during that time Dorothy wrote back and forth to a World […]

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    American woman infected with Ebola heads back to U.S.

    ATLANTA (CNN) — While international health workers scramble to contain the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history, an American woman infected with the virus is on her way back to the United States. Missionary Nancy Writebol boarded a specially-equipped air ambulance Tuesday morning and headed from from Liberia to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia. Once she lands in Georgia midday Tuesday, she’ll be rushed to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital — one of four hospitals in the country with extensive isolation […]

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    3 men arrested after police discover over 3,000 pounds of marijuana

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities arrested three men after they discovered 3,300 pounds of marijuana. Officials say federal agents arrested Manuel Barron-Hernandez, 40, Juan Carlos Salinas, 19, and Roberto Olivas-Chavez, 31, and charged them with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute over 3,300 pounds of marijuana. A fourth man, Jesus Rodriguez-Contreras, 40, was also charged in a related criminal complaint with being an illegal alien unlawfully in possession of firearms and ammunition. Hernandez, Chavez, and Contreras are all Mexican nationals. After obtaining […]

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    New: Family responds to D.A. decision not to charge Moore officers connected to Warren Theatre death

    UPDATE: 6/27/14- The family of the man who died while in police custody releases a statement after the District Attorney decides not to file any charges in the case. Here is the full statement. “The family and estate for Luis Rodriguez are deeply grieved by the decision of Greg Mashburn and the District Attorney’s Office of Cleveland County Oklahoma to not pursue criminal charges against the police officers involved in the incident that ultimately led to the untimely death of […]

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    Oklahoma Decides: 2014 primary election results

    Oklahomans voted in the 2014 primary elections. Refresh often. These are unofficial until certified by the Oklahoma State Board of Elections. GOVERNOR (R) 1,956 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting MARY FALLIN ✓ 75.52% 199,907 CHAD MOODY 15.41% 40,804 DAX EWBANK 9.07% 23,999   US SENATOR UNEXP. TERM (D) 1,956 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting CONNIE JOHNSON 43.84% 71,402 JIM ROGERS 35.34% 57,557 PATRICK MICHAEL HAYES 20.82% 33,908   US SENATOR UNEXP. TERM (R) 1,956 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting JAMES LANKFORD ✓ 57.25% […]

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    Election: Everything you need to know about Tuesday’s primary

    OKLAHOMA CITY – On Tuesday, voters across the state will head to the polls for the statewide primary on several important positions. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 24. To find your polling location, visit the election board’s website. Voters will decide the following: United States Senator: Democrat- Matt Silverstein Republican- Jim Inhofe Republican – D. Jean McBride-Samuels Republican- Erick Paul Wyatt Republican – Evelyn Rogers Republican – Rob Moye Independent – Ray […]

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    UPDATE: D.A. makes decision about charges against Moore officers connected to Warren Theatre death

    UPDATE 6/20/14: The Cleveland County District Attorney’s office announced that it has decided to not file charges against any of the officers involved in the death of Luis Rodriguez. Rodriguez died while being detained by officers outside of the Warren Theater. The Moore Police Department will have a news conference at 3 p.m. in reference to the case. It is expected the department will release security camera footage at that time. This is a developing story. Refresh this page for […]

  • Marcus Wellons

    Georgia man first to be put to death since Oklahoma’s botched lethal injection

    (CNN) — A Georgia man became the first inmate in the United States to be put to death since the botched execution of an Oklahoma man in April. Marcus A. Wellons, 59, was declared dead at 11:56 p.m. Tuesday at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The newspaper was one of the media witnesses to the execution. Wellons’ execution was one of three scheduled in less than 24 hours. John Winfield was put […]

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    Strapped for cash: Crooked Oak school district struggles to make payments

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  Crooked Oak school district is struggling to come up with cash to make payments. “It is an embarrassment,” said Theresa Rice, a parent. For Superintendent Bradley Richards, it’s become a very serious situation. “Unless it was explicitly written in a contract before and approved by the board, we can’t pay our bills. We don’t have the legal authority to pay people we owe money to.,” said Richards. And with new construction on the high school underway, if […]