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    Cowboys Searching For Full Potential

    Oklahoma State is frustrated. They say they know Baylor is good, but they know that they didn’t play to their potential this last Saturday. So now they’re looking for their full potential heading into their games against the Longhorns; after giving up six to eight negative plays cost the game against the Bears as Mike Gundy put it. The Cowboys feel they can fix their problems despite losing their last three Big 12 games. “That’s why a lot of guys […]

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    Devon could buy Oklahoma City water for operations

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Devon Energy is considering purchasing up to 25 million gallons of recycled water a day from Oklahoma City, according to city council memos. On Tuesday, the council gave the city permission to begin negotiating a deal with Devon, which plans to use the water for “exploration and development operations.” “This is the first time this has taken place,” said city spokeswoman Debbie Ragan. “It’s a way we can conserve our resources and recycle our treated wastewater.” Oklahoma City’s […]

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    Husband’s entrails found in woman’s checked bag

    A 35-year-old Moroccan woman’s bag was randomly checked upon her arrival in Graz, Austria on September 8. The New York Times reports the woman was carrying a four-inch piece of her late husband’s intestine, and the Independent picks up a local paper’s report that describes the entrails as being in two containers. What was inside was “absolutely secure, triple wrapped, according to European Union norms,” per a pathologist. The Local reports a government agency confirmed the find. The woman’s lawyer tells […]

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    Controversial 3-parent baby technique produces a boy

    Not everyone is rejoicing following the birth of a seemingly healthy three-parent baby earlier this year, which is detailed in a study published in a scientific journal Tuesday. The baby boy was born on April 6 in Mexico, having been conceived using a technique called spindle nuclear transfer. Controversial 3-parent baby technique produces a boy — CNN (@CNN) September 28, 2016 As reported in the journal Fertility and Sterility, the use of this reproductive technology was intended to […]

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    If you own a front-loading washer, you may be owed money

    Consumers who have noticed foul odors or a slimy mold coming from their front-loading washing machine may be eligible for a cash rebate. The reimbursement is the result of several class action lawsuits against Whirlpool and Sears over complaints that the washing machines weren’t cleaning themselves, allowing mold and mildew to build up, ruining laundry. The settlement covers Whirlpool, Kenmore or Maytag front-loading washing machines manufactured between 2001 and 2010. Whether it was bought, gifted or otherwise acquired, owners are […]

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    Attorney: Thousands of DUI offenders could get driver’s licenses back after Oklahoma Supreme Court decision

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma attorney said a recent decision regarding DUIs could have lasting effects on thousands of offenders. On Monday, the Oklahoma Supreme Court refused to hear Eric Sample vs. State of Oklahoma and Department of Public Safety. This means the Court of Civil Appeals’ decision in the case is upheld and Sample will get his driver’s license back. The Hunsucker Legal Group prosecuted the case and DUI attorney, John Hunsucker, said he will now seek to get […]

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    “They don’t follow crosswalks,” Officials warn of heightened deer collisions in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA – For about the next six weeks, deer are going to be especially thick in Oklahoma. And, if you see one, there are likely to be several others following along behind it. “They don’t follow crosswalks,” said EMSA Paramedic Colin Roy. “They don’t follow the deer crossing signs.” They follow nature. Sometimes, that leads them right into our paths and roadways, and it’s not only dangerous for deer. “It’s not uncommon to hear of a fatality,” Roy said. Within […]

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    JROTC instructor at Oklahoma City high school arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting female student

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A JROTC instructor at an Oklahoma City high school was arrested Monday morning for allegedly sexually assaulting a female student. On Sept. 23, a 16-year-old student at John Marshall High School told police that she stayed after school a few days earlier to practice for JROTC Honor Guard. After practice, she said she asked the instructor, 52-year-old Paul Bianchi, to take her home. The teen girl said that Bianchi agreed and asked her to wait inside his classroom. […]

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    Could another person’s feces help you lose weight?

    The diversity of the bacteria living in your feces is linked to how much fat you have in your body, according to a new study. The insight could pave the way for fecal transplants of bacteria to help people manage their weight, reduce their risk of certain metabolic diseases or, more simply, encourage them to broaden the bacteria found in their gut — and therefore their poop — by eating a healthier, more varied diet. “We wanted to characterize how […]

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    Graphic: Charlotte police release body cam footage from shooting of Keith Scott

    Warning: Video is not suitable for all audiences. CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Charlotte police released body cam video of the fatal shooting of a man last week. The release comes one day after a video recorded by Keith Scott’s widow was released publicly. Putney said the cell phone recording didn’t factor into his decision to release dashcam and body-camera video of the fatal shooting. “Our practice and our protocol is to release as soon as we can, to inform,” Putney said, […]

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    Elementary school students hospitalized after girl brings pot-laced brownies from home

    SALT LAKE CITY — Several children at a Salt Lake City elementary school were sent to a hospital Thursday after they ate marijuana-laced brownies that another student brought to the playground. According to a letter from the Salt Lake City School District, a student at Lincoln Elementary school brought the brownies to the playground before school and sold or shared several of them with sixth-grade students, according to KSTU. Lincoln Elementary has kindergarten through sixth grade. Det. Wilking of the […]