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    Love’s expands its campus with purchase of Hertz building

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A large company is expanding its Oklahoma City campus by taking over a well known building. On Tuesday, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. announced that it has purchased the building and land just south of its corporate campus on Pennsylvania Ave. Currently, the property is being occupied by The Hertz […]

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    New survey details what residents like, dislike about Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A new survey shows Oklahoma City residents have a very positive perception of the city. The results of this year’s City of Oklahoma City Citizen Survey show resident satisfaction with the city as a place to live continues to surpass the national average. About four out of five Oklahoma City residents rate […]

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    Facebook privacy status hoax is back, don’t fall for it

    A years-old Facebook hoax is making the rounds again, giving users false hope that a simple status update will lock down their accounts and protect the photos and videos they share. The note that has been making the rounds is as follows: “As of (Date/Time). I do NOT give Facebook, or any entities associated with […]

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    Boy with autism showered in birthday cards after mother’s plea

    LONDON – A boy with autism from Devon has received thousands of birthday cards, gifts and messages from strangers around the world after his mother’s online plea went viral. Ollie Jones broke his mother Karen’s heart when he made himself two birthday cards because he assumed no one would be wishing him well for his […]

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    Oklahoma City travelers told to prepare for parking fee increases at Will Rogers World Airport

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Attention travelers: there are big changes in the works at Will Rogers World Airport including potential parking rate increases, another surface lot and a fourth covered parking garage. Travelers can expect to pay more for parking, anywhere from $1 to $2 more per day. In return, those extra fees will help add […]

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    “I think it’s a shame,” Runners notice unsightly trash pile near Oklahoma City landmark

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a beautiful sight whether you’re driving under it on I-40 or cycling by it, but you’d probably never expect that view to change the way it did on Friday. “I think it’s a shame. People ought to be more responsible than that, pick up after themselves, not dump it out here […]

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    LA police: LAX shooter reports unfounded; terminals cleared

    LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Airport police have confirmed that reports of shots fired in the facility were a false alarm as the airport authority confirms that all terminals have been cleared and operations are restarting. Passengers are being re-screened for security and are re-entering the terminal buildings. “Report of shooting at LAX proven to […]

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    “We came to rid this area of ISIS,” Turkey flexes muscle in northern Syria

    GAZIANTEP, Turkey (CNN) — Turkey flexed its military muscle across the border in war-torn Syria this week by helping rebels retake the border town of Jarablus from ISIS, marking a decisive win for the Free Syrian Army. On Saturday, the air force pounded more targets in the region. But in the bloody five-year-old conflict, replete […]

  • Mary Knowlton

    New details: Blanks, bullets stored together ahead of accidental shooting

    PUNTA GORDA, Fla. – New details about the accidental shooting of a 73-year-old librarian are forcing changes at the Punta Gorda Police Department. Mary Knowlton,73, was shot by a police officer during a “shoot/don’t shoot” role-play scenario at the Punta Gorda Citizen Police Academy earlier this month. Knowlton was a participant in a two-hour training […]

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    Oklahoma residents calling for action after latest fish kill

    For many who live along the Salt Fork and Arkansas rivers in northern Oklahoma, the water is an integral part of life. “I’ve enjoyed my whole life on the river. It’s been very nice. It’s a beautiful place until all this starts happening,” said Larry Champlin. But just this past weekend, no one would have […]

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    Kabul university attack: 13 killed as gunmen open fire on campus

    Student Farim Ahmad was in his final class of the day at Kabul’s American University of Afghanistan when he heard the first blast. Other students, who had already finished, were gathering in the cafeteria. Then came the smoke, fire and confusion. Thirteen people were killed in an attack that began Wednesday evening at the university […]