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    Traveling this summer? Think twice about booking with this airline

    NEW YORK — The customer is always right. Airlines may want to keep this in mind. Exhibit A: Spirit Airlines was recently ranked as the worst according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index. Spirit tries to keep the price of tickets down but it charges consumers for just about everything else — such as printing […]

  • Farmers Insurance tornado lawsuit goes to trial in Cleveland County

    CLEVELAND COUNTY — A big case is headed to trial in Cleveland County Wednesday morning involving the 2013 Moore tornado. A Moore homeowner is suing his insurance company, claiming they would not settle with him fairly after his home was heavily damaged. The Becerra family claims Farmers Insurance failed to pay the full and fair […]

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    Will Oklahoma native Corey Kent White’s ‘breakout’ performance keep him in the Top 6?

    Blake Shelton said Corey Kent White had a “breakout” performance on The Voice Monday night. The Bixby, Oklahoma native performed the classic rock song “When I See You Smile.” “This is a classic rock song, and if it came out today it would be considered a country song,” Shelton said of White’s rendition of the song. Shelton continued […]

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    Finalists for Capitol Hill mascot revealed

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Capitol Hill High School is one step closer to getting a new mascot. The Oklahoma City school board voted to oust the old mascot, the redskin, after concerns from Native American groups that it was derogatory. It was not an easy decision to do away with it. Many of the students protested […]

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    Life in prison means no martyrdom for Tsarnaev, defense argues

    BOSTON (CNN) — Sending Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to prison for the rest of his life would bring years of punishment and rob him of martyrdom, jurors were told Monday. “We have seen more pain and more horror and more grief in this courtroom than any of you would have thought possible,” attorney David […]

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    Video of violent ‘social experiment’ disturbs many, stirs debate

    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Video of a “social experiment” posted to YouTube earlier this month is gaining national attention and sparking a debate. The video shows a woman walking down the street in Myrtle Beach while wearing “stripper garb” and a reflective mask, and how people respond to the unusual sight. The uploader wrote this […]

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    OSU football program facing fines, penalties following NCAA violations

    STILLWATER, Okla. – A local university is facing several penalties and fines after it was found violating NCAA rules. The NCAA says Oklahoma State University is facing one year of probation, $8,500 in fines, suspension of the Orange Pride program and university-imposed recruiting restrictions. From 2008 through 2012, officials say OSU did not follow its own […]

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    Oklahoma high school students invent football helmet to drastically reduce impact

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s an issue that has been in the public eye recently. “In my junior year, I got my fourth concussion. I was told by my neurologist that if I continued to play, I may not graduate high school, let alone college,” said Ethan Blagg, a senior at Francis Tuttle. After numerous players […]

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    KFOR-TV – The Power of KFOR Giveaway Sweepstakes Official Rules

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING. Odds of winning will depend on the number of eligible entries received. 1. Eligibility: Entrants must be legal US residents, at least 18 years old or above, as determined by KFOR-TV and reside in the Oklahoma City Designated Market […]

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    Grieving dad writes honest obituary after daughter’s heroin overdose

    MANCHESTER, N.H. – A grieving father wrote an honest obituary after his daughter died of a heroin overdose. Tom Parks says he hopes his daughter’s obituary highlights the dangers of drug addiction and encourages others who are fighting similar battles to find help. Parks’ daughter, 24-year-old Molly Parks, was found in the restroom at her […]

  • Oklahoma Geological Survey: Earthquakes linked to oil and gas activity

    CUSHING, Okla. – In recent years, earthquakes have become a common occurrence for many residents across Oklahoma. 20 years ago, experts say earthquakes in the Sooner State were few and far between. Now, it is common for the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the U.S. Geological Survey to record at least one small quake a day across the […]