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    Dozens come forward in UW-Madison rape case

    She had known him for about two weeks after nearly running him over with her bicycle, she told police. The two University of Wisconsin-Madison students connected on Facebook and met for dinner October 12 at the Chipotle restaurant where she worked, followed by a study session at the College Library. Around 11:30 p.m. he invited her to his downtown apartment. She said she accepted with the following caveats, according to court documents: “I don’t want to move too fast.” “I’m […]

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    Kids in Wellston turn a trailer load of donated pumpkins to chaotic fun

    WELLSTON, OKLAHOMA — A history teacher might discuss the origins of Halloween and how the Jack-O-Lantern fits in. Art teachers might develop a lesson plan for how to mix paint. But when longtime resident Jerry Conley brought a trailer load of pumpkins to Wellston Elementary this week teachers here allowed their kids the freedom of expression and let it crowd the halls. We brought a few examples to ‘show and tell’ and shatter the quiet school library. First grader Jaxon […]

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    Homeless woman dies days after being shot in the head in S.E. Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A homeless woman has died days after she was shot in southeast Oklahoma City. On Oct. 22, police were called to reports of a shooting near S.E. 44th and Stiles. When officers arrived they found two people who had been shot. Witnesses told police that two transients were walking in the area when two people inside a maroon van or SUV stopped them. The driver and the passenger reportedly jumped out of the car and demanded cash […]

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    NYPD baffled by case of baby thrown from building in 1993

    She was less than 24-hours-old when police said she was thrown from the second floor of an apartment building, a red and white dish towel tied around her neck and her umbilical cord and placenta still attached. She died from strangulation and a superintendent found her body in a trash bag in a courtyard between two apartment buildings in Brooklyn, reports the New York Times. But, that was Nov. 8, 1993. Almost 23 years later, police said they have no […]

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    Oklahoma celebrity owl found shot to death, game wardens investigating

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma game wardens are investigating the death of a local celebrity owl. Over the past six years, seven million viewers logged on to watch the Click family’s live camera feed. Young Alessondra Click named the pair of great horned owls “Mr. and Mrs Tiger” because of their markings. The Tigers decided to nest in the window box of her Rose Creek home. “I set up a camera that enabled her to watch it in another area of the […]

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    Before boy disappeared, report shows complaints, allegations of abuse

    SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. – A new report details abuse allegations and complaints of mistreatment before a young boy disappeared in 2006. He is now presumed dead as his adoptive parents face murder charges. Colt Clark disappeared in April 2006 from the home of his aunt and uncle Rebecca and Rex Clark. Investigators have yet to find Colt’s body but arrested the Clarks in April 2016. Rex and Rebecca Clark have pleaded not guilty to the charges filed against them. A report from the […]

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    Artist’s botched attempt to restore Jesus statue upsets parishioners

    SUDBURY, Ontario – A Canadian artist’s attempt to fix a vandalized baby Jesus statue has parishioners shocked and upset, according to CBC News. The statue sat headless for a year until recently, when the well-meaning resident tried to repair baby Jesus using terra-cotta clay, despite the statue’s white color. “It really is shocking to the eyes because of the big contrast in color,” priest Gerard Lajeunesse told the station. The statue outside the Sudbury, Ontario church has been vandalized before, according […]

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    “They could be out there doing it to other people,” Oklahoma City police searching for alleged scammers

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are looking for men who allegedly scammed two women out of money after pretending to fix something on their cars. Officials with the Oklahoma City Police Department said, in two separate cases, women were approached in public and told they needed something fixed on their vehicle. Denise Bradley said it happened so fast. “These gentlemen pulled up in a van right behind my car. One got out and was like ‘I wanted to talk to you […]

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    Donald Trump: ‘I will totally accept’ election results ‘if i win’

    DELAWARE, Ohio — Donald Trump said Thursday he will accept the results of next months election — if he wins, a caveat that again threatens to undermine the sanctity of the most fundamental democratic exercise. “I would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States that I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election,” the Republican presidential nominee told supporters at […]

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    Could Donald Trump really challenge the presidential election results?

    LAS VEGAS – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump suggested Wednesday night that he might not accept the results of the November 8 presidential election — and that he would “look at it at the time.” Some of Trump’s defenders compared his remarks to the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, when challenges by Democratic nominee Al Gore to the results in Florida culminated in the Supreme Court’s controversial decision in Bush v. Gore. Critics blasted Trump for subverting perhaps the […]

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    The real debate winner? Chris Wallace

    LAS VEGAS  — Chris Wallace delivered a sterling performance as moderator of the final presidential debate on Wednesday night, maintaining order and focusing on substantive issues that matter to American voters. In an otherwise nasty and vitriolic campaign season, the “Fox News Sunday” host pressed Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on matters pertaining to the U.S. economy, America’s foreign policy and the Supreme Court, while also addressing pressing questions about both candidates’ fitness to lead. Wallace was widely praised for […]