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    Creative therapy: Getting down to kid’s level

    OKLAHOMA CITY – This looks like a play room, but it’s also Nancy Soliz’s therapy lab. “It’s a way mental health professionals can talk to kids through their play,” said Soliz, registered play therapist. Play may be the best way to speak a child’s language. “It’s easier to get down on their level rather than them […]

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    Realtors confident in Oklahoma City economy

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Gas prices may be dropping, oil companies may be shedding jobs, but business is booming for realtor Joy Baresel and the Verbode Group. “There’s such a revival in downtown Oklahoma City now with the Thunder, you have the Olympic river training center that’s developing there, we have a nationally-recognized food scene,” said […]

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    Oklahoma parents arrested right after welcoming new baby

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – New parents in Guthrie were arrested Wednesday night right after welcoming their baby into the world. After Sacey Stegall gave birth to a baby, her boyfriend, Christopher Thompson, called 911 for help. “They got a call from someone who has a home birth, so they brought the mother and child to a hospital […]

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    Oklahomans at risk for dangerous fungus

    OKLAHOMA – It only takes one breath. Valley Fever is caused by a fungus that lives in dirt and thrives in states here in the southwest. A gust of wind or digging in the dirt can send dangerous spores into the air. If you happen to breathe in the spores, it can make you sick. “A […]

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    Northeast Edmond parents upset over school redistricting plans

    OKLAHOMA – Summer Johnson is one of hundreds of parents who have signed the online petition – Stop EPS Realignment of northeast Edmond. “This affects my family,” Johnson said. Johnson has kids at Centennial Elementary. Representatives of that school were not at the first two redistricting meetings, because the realignment was not supposed to affect them. […]

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    Oklahoma appeals cap on inmate phone calls

    OKLAHOMA – It can cost a lot of money to talk to someone in jail. But, those with a loved locked up have been taking on the high cost. “We are trying to fund the criminal justice system on the backs of these inmates and their families who are basically poor,” said Sundra Flansberg, VOICE. […]

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    Update: Disaster assistance made available for 3 additional counties for November storms

    UPDATE: Gov. Mary Fallin announced that FEMA has approved the state’s request for public assistance for three additional counties dealing with damage related to the winter storm that began after Thanksgiving. Federal funding is now available in Bryan, Garfield and Greer counties.   WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration for Oklahoma, […]

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    Trump accuses Cruz of stealing Iowa caucuses

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Donald Trump on Wednesday accused Sen. Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses, calling for either a new set of caucuses in Iowa or the results to be nullified. “Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz […]

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    District officials: Former student made threat to Moore High School

    MOORE, Okla. – District officials in Moore say a former student made a threat to Moore High School. According to a letter sent out to parents, official say the police were “immediately notified and any student directly involved was contacted along with their parents.” As a result of the threat, officers with the Moore Police Department […]

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    Oklahoma pro-life advocates want Siri to change her tune

    OKLAHOMA – Siri has become a driving force in our lives. You can ask her just about anything. Now, pro-lifers are up in arms about the results Siri shows when you search abortion. “We certainly would love for a woman to have every availability to consider the decision she’s making,” said Paul Blair, president of […]

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    The Rant: Iowa Implications?

    The first true test of the presidential election season is behind us. Last night in Iowa, Ted Cruz was the winner on the Republican side. For the Democrats, Hillary Clinton has been declared the winner even though it was basically a dead heat between her and Bernie Sanders. Are you happy or upset about the […]