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    Oklahoma Decides: 2016 Primary Election Runoff

    OKLAHOMA – Several primary runoff elections are scheduled for Oklahoma today. The purpose of the runoff is to select party nominees for the various federal, statewide and state legislative offices on the ballot. The complete list of offices to be filled in 2016 may be found here. A complete list of races and candidates on […]

  • Twenty-two of the 54 victims of a devastating bomb attack that struck a Kurdish wedding celebration in southern Turkey were children, a Turkish official said Monday. The revelation added a fresh layer of horror to Saturday, August 20, 2016 night's bombing in Gaziantep that killed 54 and wounded dozens of others -- the deadliest in a string of blasts across Turkey this year.

    Bomber responsible for blast that killed 54 during Kurdish wedding

    GAZIANTEP, Turkey  — Twenty-two of the 54 victims of a devastating bomb attack that struck a Kurdish wedding celebration in southern Turkey were children, a Turkish official said Monday. The revelation added a fresh layer of horror to Saturday night’s bombing in Gaziantep that killed 54 and wounded dozens of others — the deadliest in […]

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    School board association: Oklahoma districts struggling to fill teaching vacancies

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After state officials announced a $1.3 billion budget shortfall, school districts across Oklahoma began taking drastic steps to reduce how much money they spent. As a result, nearly 1,500 teaching positions were eliminated, popular programs were disbanded and class sizes grew. Also, districts reported eliminating 1,300 support positions since last year. Now, a […]

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    Oklahoma state officials: Fatal officer-involved shootings down from last year

    OKLAHOMA CITY – State officials released a report Monday saying fatal officer-involved shootings in Oklahoma are down compared to this time last year. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation revealed that fatal officer-involved shootings decreased 43.5 percent compared to this time in 2015. This year, there have been 13 fatal officer-involved shootings, including four in July. […]

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    Trump pitches black voters: ‘What the hell do you have to lose?’

    WASHINGTON – Donald Trump on Friday continued his outreach to African-American voters, presenting them with a stark question: “What the hell do you have to lose?” Speaking in Dimondale, Michigan, Trump lamented the collapse of American manufacturing and criticized free trade deals as he laced into Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, saying they are […]

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    Dental Board Suspends License of Tulsa Dentist Accused of Murder

    OKLAHOMA CITY– The troubles just keep stacking up for Tulsa dentist, Bert Franklin. On Wednesday, Oklahoma County district judge, Cindy Truong, denied Franklin’s bond request, calling him a danger to the community. On Friday, the State Board of Dentistry, agreed. “The board no longer feels that anyone can go into an office that he’s in and […]

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    Study: ‘Most parents’ place infants in unsafe sleep environments

    A recent study found that most parents placed their babies in sleep environments with established risk factors for sleep-related infant deaths. The study worked by researchers placing video cameras in various areas of the house to monitor the infants at home at ages 1, 3 and 6 months. Despite parents knowing the researchers were watching and recording, […]

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    Campaign reboot: Trump expresses regret for saying ‘the wrong thing,’ doesn’t specify

    CHARLOTTE, North Carolina  — Donald Trump on Thursday shelved his guiding mantra — never back down, never apologize — and did what he has refused to do in public in more than a year of campaigning. He expressed regret. Trump, reading from prepared remarks Thursday night, acknowledged that he sometimes says “the wrong thing” in […]

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    Metro middle school without AC for weeks, parents and teachers upset

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Taft Middle School in northwest Oklahoma City hasn’t had air conditioning in two weeks. Even a Taft teacher blasted her frustrations in a video on Facebook. The teacher asked our station not to use her video but said her main goal is to “simply get air conditioning for our kids.” Our crews […]

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    US: North Korea shrinks warning time for nuclear attack on America

    WASHINGTON– The United States government is increasingly concerned that advances in North Korea’s weapons program have dramatically decreased the warning time for a nuclear attack on America or its allies, according to US officials. The regime’s aggressive testing of medium and long-range missiles — as well as its nuclear testing — makes North Korea now […]

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    “I don’t know what’s happening with the world,” Thieves target disabled dog

    LONG BEACH, Wash. – It’s a story that has angered a community and made others scratch their heads. Charley is an adorable black lab, but he struggles more than other dogs. Charley is disabled after losing the use of his hind legs several years ago. As a result, he has to use a wheelchair to […]