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    “He’s definitely an angel of mercy,” Oklahoma couple saved by city employee

    ENID, Okla. – A city employee who was in the right place, at the right time, saves an Oklahoma couple from a burning home. All was calm on N. Adams on Wednesday afternoon, but hours earlier smoke filled the morning sky. It was just after 8 a.m. when fire crews got the call. “There was a couple, here in Enid, that was awakened by their dogs,” said Fire Marshall Ken Helms, with the Enid Fire Department. “Realized the house was full […]

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    Indiana fertility doctor used his own sperm ‘around 50 times,’ papers say

    After one woman discovered eight unknown siblings following a commercial DNA test, she investigated and learned that her biological father was her mother’s fertility doctor, according to court documents from Marion County, Indiana. Dr. Donald Cline had told his patients he was inseminating them with “fresh sperm” from a medical student or resident. Now, Cline has entered a plea of not guilty to two charges of obstruction of justice. “It was unethical, what he did. He was telling his patients […]

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    Oklahoma Supreme Court rules part of workers’ comp law is unconstitutional, more lawsuits pending

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Supreme Court handed down a big ruling Tuesday, throwing out part of our state’s workers compensation program because it’s unconstitutional. The opt out program allowed businesses to opt out of the state worker’s compensation program and provide their own plans. Now, dozens of companies will have to scramble to get in compliance, while a lot of workers feel they’ve been cheated out of benefits all this time. “They suffered because they couldn’t provide for their family, […]

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    All the ads in this London subway station are gone – and replaced with cats

    If your dog travels with you, it might be better to avoid Clapham Common Tube station for the next couple of weeks. The London subway station is overrun with cats. They are everywhere – staring at you with their steely cat eyes from giant posters on the wall and from stick-ons on turnstiles. It’s part of a crowdfunded campaign to replace all ads with pictures of kitties. The campaign, which began Monday, raised more than £20,000 ($26,000) to make 68 […]

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    “If there is any silver lining to be found, this is it,” State officials release statements after surplus money is split between agencies

    OKLAHOMA CITY – After millions of dollars were mistakenly cut from state agencies last fiscal year, those agencies are getting a partial refund. Last fiscal year, state agencies were forced to make drastic cuts to cover a $1.3 billion budget shortfall. Many of those cuts resulted in the loss of jobs, programs and assistance for Oklahoma families. Just a couple months later, state leaders announced that $140 million no longer needed to be cut, and have since been working to decide what […]

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    Hail Mary Lateral Pass Play By Central Michigan Beats OSU After Officials Mistake

    Oklahoma State’s football team had apparently beaten Central Michigan 27-24, but a penalty on what appeared to be the final play gave the Chippewas a final chance, and Central Michigan scored on a miraculous hail mary play with a lateral on an untimed down. The touchdown pass gave Central Michigan a 30-27 victory. OSU led 27-24 and faced a fourth down with just four seconds to play. Mason Rudolph dropped back to pass and threw deep out of bounds as […]

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    Surprise! Giraffes fall under 4 species, not one

    For centuries, scientists believed all giraffes fell under one species. A new study changes all that, showing the lanky creatures are not one species, but rather four different ones. The findings appeared in the journal Current Biology this week, highlighting the need for further studies of the four genetically isolated species, according to the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, which was part of the research. Until now, the gentle African mammals were all classified under the Giraffa camelopardalis species. The new study […]

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    Real life ‘Fault in our Stars’ couple takes a tragic turn

    It wasn’t supposed to end like this. Last year, Katie Prager, who has cystic fibrosis, fought relentlessly to get a lung transplant as Medicare, Medicaid and her hospital quibbled over money. After CNN brought her predicament to light, she got that transplant. Her husband, Dalton Prager, who also has cystic fibrosis, received a transplant, too. The couple — she’s 26 and he’s 25 — dreamed that after their transplants they’d travel together to every state and write a book about […]

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    Multiple second degree murder charges filed for April crash, police search for suspect

    EDMOND, Okla.– It was raining the afternoon of April 17, 2016. It certainly didn’t help matters much as witnesses reported a driver who was “speeding, changing lanes unsafely, passing other motorists on the grass median to the left of the fast lane and passing other motorists on the right hand should and on exit ramps,” according to court documents. Investigators say David Blair II smashed through the cable barrier on I-35 just north of Covell and his Ford Expedition crashed […]

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    OU fans! Here is the map you will need for game day traffic routes

    NORMAN, Okla. – The University of Oklahoma is set to hold its first home game of the 2016 football season on Saturday, September 10 with a kickoff time of 6 p.m. The Norman Police Department offers the following road condition information and traveling advice: DRIVING All local Interstate 35 interchanges are open, except for the one at Lindsey Street. The Interstate 35 and Lindsey Street interchange will remain closed to all traffic throughout football season. Norman police will provide traffic […]

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    Video shows rough arrest of California man who police say tried to grab officer’s gun

    MURRIETA, Calif. – Cameras captured the arrest of a man who police said tried to grab an officer’s gun during a struggle at a CVS pharmacy in Murrieta Tuesday night, according to KTLA. The incident took place about 8:45 p.m. at the store located in the 25000 block of Hancock Avenue, stated the Murrieta Police Department in a news release. An officer was attempting to contact the man, later identified by police as Murrieta resident Alejandro Rojo, after a bystander said […]