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  • Nick Charmello

    Six arrested, 75k plus in stolen property recovered in Canadian County bust

    EL RENO, Okla.– Six suspects were arrested on various charges following the execution of a search warrant on Tuesday, July 19th. The Multi-agency Special Operations Team, which is used for situations deemed high risk, encountered four of the suspects outside the residence and took them in to custody. Once on the property a 19-year-old female locked […]

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    Guthrie to use economic development dollars to add teachers amid budget crisis

    GUTHRIE, Okla. – School starts in about four weeks in Guthrie and, like all Oklahoma school districts, Guthrie schools is planning to work with less funding this year. Following a revenue failure at the state level, school districts across the state saw their budgets slashed. While many districts are trying to make ends meet, the […]

  • In the grow room, marijuana glows under bright grow lights at the Marijuana Potency Monitoring Project at the University of Mississippi.

    Medical marijuana has potential as Alzheimer’s treatment, study says

    Could medical marijuana treat Alzheimer’s patients? One recent study found THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, stimulates the removal of toxic plaque in the brain, a common feature of the disease. Furthermore, the researchers discovered it blocks inflammation, which damages neurons in the brain. “It is reasonable to conclude that there is a therapeutic potential […]

  • The stage is set for the start of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
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    Viewers guide to the Democratic convention

    PHILADELPHIA  — Democrats kick off their convention Monday under the cloud of party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation and Donald Trump’s 6 point bounce coming out of last week’s GOP convention. The big question as the convention gavels in at 4 p.m. ET: Will Wasserman Schultz address her fellow Democrats? And if so, will she […]

  • For five days, the news has revolved around the horrific details of the slayings, but on Tuesday afternoon the focus was on the men in blue who lost their lives keeping watch over what had been a peaceful protest.

    Dallas police see surge in applications after vicious attack on officers

    DALLAS, Texas – The Thin Blue Line in Dallas may be getting thicker. Applications to the force have jumped 344% since five police officers were massacred in Dallas on July 7, compared with the same period in June, the department brass said Friday. There were 136 applications from June 8 to June 20 and 467 […]

  • Hillary Clinton picks Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate.

    Clinton and Kaine make first joint appearance as running mates

    MIAMI — Tim Kaine took the stage alongside Hillary Clinton in Miami Saturday and offered his first greeting to voters as a vice presidential nominee — in Spanish. “Bienvenidos a todos,” the Virginia senator said, a phrase that translates to “welcome to everyone.” Clinton and Kaine’s first joint appearance as running mates at a campaign […]

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    Strange green foam bubbles out of storm drain, alarming residents

    BLUFFDALE, Utah — A strange green foam bubbling out of a sewer may seem like a scene out of “Ghostbusters,” but it really happened Thursday in the Utah city of Bluffdale. “So we got a report that there was a green foam bubbling up out of a storm drain here in Bluffdale, we sent some […]

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    The latest on the unarmed therapist shot by police, officer named

    MIAMI, Fla. – The police shooting of an African-American caregiver, who was lying in the street trying to help a patient with autism, was accidental, according to the local police union representing the North Miami officer who has now been indentified. The officer is Jonathan Aledda, North Miami City Manager Larry Spring Jr. said at […]

  • VRHEADSET

    New tool allowing Oklahoma patients to see surgery results before procedure

    EDMOND, Okla. – When you think of virtual reality, video games may come to mind. But one Edmond plastic surgeon is giving patients an eye-popping experience– changing their bodies, virtually. “We’re taking it from a 3-D image you can see on the computer now getting completely immersed with virtual reality,” Dr. Jayesh, plastic surgeon, said. Dr. […]

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    ‘He missed’: Fla. officer who shot therapist was aiming for man with autism, police say

    NORTH MIAMI, Fla. — New details are emerging in the investigation of a police-involved shooting in North Miami that wounded an unarmed therapist trying to care for a man with autism. Cellphone video taken moments before the shooting shows Charles Kinsey, who is black, holding both hands high in the air as another man sits […]

  • When Zika virus made headlines because of its link with the neurological disorder microcephaly, it became the latest in a growing list of mosquito-borne viruses for Americans to worry about.

    CDC awards Oklahoma $302,000 to help battle Zika

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will award $302,000 to Oklahoma to fight the Zika virus. The award is Oklahoma’s share of about $60 million CDC is awarding to states, cities, and territories to support efforts to protect Americans from Zika virus disease and adverse health outcomes that can result from Zika infection, […]