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    Cold front brings cooler temps to Oklahoma

    A dry cold front moved through our state this morning, bringing gusty northerly winds. Strong winds combined with low relative humidity will result in a very high fire danger! Highs today will be 10 degrees cooler than yesterday, but still warm in the lower 80s under sunny skies. Clear skies, light winds and low relative […]

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    Desperate need answered for Midwest City woman with brain tumor

    MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – Laci Vaughan was diagnosed with a brain tumor the same day she lost her health insurance. When she turned 26, she was no longer eligible to be on her parents’ insurance and she was told she didn’t qualify through the marketplace. She and her friends were trying to raise $167,000 for […]

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    New study claims hospitals perform “excessive” C-sections

    OKLAHOMA CITY – In recent years, C-sections have become commonplace in the delivery room. In 1965, only 4.5 percent of mothers delivered a baby by cesarean section. That number has grown astronomically over the years. Last year, 32 percent of moms had their babies through a C-section in the United States. But, doctors want to caution parents. “C-section […]

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    Albino teen attacked for her body parts gets reason to smile again in the U.S.

    LOS ANGELES — Bibiana Mashamba loves to dance, run and jump — all the attributes of a thriving teenager. But at age 16, all that has taken a back seat as she struggles to walk following a merciless attack that nearly killed her. “At 11 at night, some robbers came into our room,” Mashamba says, […]

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    Oklahoma woman says Blue Cross Blue Shield won’t cover her yearly pap smears

    OKLAHOMA – The annual pap smear for women is becoming an insurance hassle for some. The recommendation from the American Cancer Society changed in 2012. With the change came confusion in coverage. One metro woman claimed she was denied coverage for her annual exam. Christi Ferrill said she doesn’t think her insurance should deny her yearly pap […]

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    ‘Don’t hang up the phone, Mr. Albert’: Man driven to death by phone scammers

    The phone calls wouldn’t stop. The man on the other end of the line made promises of a big payoff: millions of dollars in prize money. But first the IRS needed $1,500 in taxes, he insisted, then the jackpot would arrive at the family home, a camera crew ready to capture the excitement. The calls […]

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    “Let’s fix it now and keep people from running into the water,” Deadline looms large over Oklahoma

    As of this Sunday, your state issued driver’s license may not be enough to prove legal identification in federal buildings. The Real ID Act was passed back in 2005 but, even now, Oklahoma licenses do not comply. If nothing changes by the end of 2015, there’s a chance Oklahomans will need a passport to simply […]

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    “It’s about their quality of life,” Mother fighting school district over son’s medical condition

    LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – Alex Hoover, it seems, has always been fighting for his life. “He instantly had to be revived when he was born,” said Rene Hoover, Alex’s mother. “Life has been a battle.” Alex was diagnosed with autism and aortic mitral stenosis. As a result, his heart and valves are failing him. At […]

  • Photo: Aftermath of the bombing that left 3 staff dead and many poeple wounded

Three MSF staff were killed and more than 30 are currently unaccounted for when the trauma center they were working in was hit several times during sustained bombing around 2.10a local Saturday morning, according to an MSF statement.  Bart Janssens, MSF Director of Operations said: "We do not yet have the final casualty figures, but our medical team are providing first aid and treating the injured patients and MSF personnel and accounting for the deceased.  In a statement e-mailed to media the Taliban allege that American forces carried out the strikes that hit the hospital in Kunduz city.  Since fighting broke out Monday, MSF staff have treated 394 wounded individuals. When the aerial attack occurred Saturday morning 105 patients and their caretakers were in the hospital and over 80 MSF international and national staff present.

    Reports: U.S. forces accidentally bomb Afghan hospital

      KUNDUZ, Afghanistan – A Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan was struck accidentally after Afghan forces called for air support from the American military, Gen. John Campbell, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said Monday. Saturday’s bombardment in Kunduz has sparked international outrage. It killed 12 medical staff members and at least 10 […]

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    Cheerios recalls gluten-free cereal due to mix-up at facility

    WASHINGTON – If you eat cereal for breakfast, you may need to double-check your box the next time you pour yourself a bowl. On Monday, Cheerios announced that it is recalling several boxes of its original recipe and Honey Nut Cheerios because of a mix-up. “We are embarrassed & sorry to share an incident that occurred […]

  • "I would rather not eat for a week than get my phone taken away. It's really bad," said Gia, a13-year-old. "I literally feel like I'm going to die."

    Parents: Here’s how to stop the worst of social media

    Editor’s note: Kelly Wallace is CNN’s digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. Read her other columns, and follow her reports at CNN Parents and on Twitter. Watch a CNN Special Report, “#Being13: Inside the Secret World of Teens,” Monday at 9 p.m. ET on CNN. (CNN) — As the mom of two […]