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    “The suspect made a decision,” officers release footage of deadly shooting

    RUSH SPRINGS, Okla.–  Police are defending their officer, who shot and killed a man in early July. Police Chief Fred Payne spoke to the media on Friday, stating their investigation found that the officer’s shooting was justified. The incident took place July 7th, after a report of a domestic assault allegedly heard by 911 dispatch. […]

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    Toddler dies from anesthesia to treat tooth decay

    AUSTIN, Texas-The medical examiner’s office announced Wednesday that the cause of death of Daisy Lynn Torres, who died on March 29 at a dental office, has been found to be the result of anesthesia given to the girl for the treatment of tooth decay. Investigation into death of Daisy Lynn Torres following visit to #Austin dentist […]

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    Oklahoma agencies hold summit to discuss state’s domestic violence issues

    Oklahoma is ranked sixth in the country when it comes to deaths as a result of domestic violence, and now leaders are rallying for change in state policies when it comes to abuse. Several agencies including the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women, the YWCA of Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Women’s Coalition and the […]

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    Fight at Oklahoma correctional center leaves one man dead, injures 3 others

    STRINGTOWN, Okla. – A fight at an Oklahoma correctional center has led to the death of one man. Officials with the Department of Corrections say four inmates began fighting using homemade knives around 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday night inside the Mack Alford Correctional Center. Investigators say the fight happened in a day room, which has […]

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    Hard-working father’s life changed after working two full-time jobs, walking eight miles to work

    BELMONT, N.H. – In just one week, a New Hampshire man’s life changed. “He, like, knows my coffee, he knows everybody’s coffee. You just walk in and hes’ so personable and he’s so kind,” Joanna Griffiths told NH1. Griffiths says Kyle Bigler is a familiar face at the Dunkin Donuts in Belmont. However, his customers […]

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    Officials: Baby skunks euthanized after being found, played with by family

    NOBLE, Okla. – It’s just another warning to stay away from wild animals if you can. WildCare officials say a family found five baby skunks that had ventured into their yard and caught them. Authorities say the family handled them with their bare hands, had the children touch their nose and mouth area and even […]

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    New details revealed in police report of Golden State’s Draymond Green arrest

    OAKLAND, Calif. – New details regarding the arrest of a Golden State Warriors star player are painting a different picture than what was previously believed. Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was arrested for assault Sunday in Michigan. Authorities in East Lansing wouldn’t confirm details of Green’s arrest, but a police report from the incident […]

  • Bishop Lyle Jeffs of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a leader of a notorious polygamist Mormon sect has given the feds the slip -- with some help from a little olive oil.
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    Polygamist leader flees after slipping out ankle bracelet using oil, FBI says

    A leader of a notorious polygamist Mormon sect has given the feds the slip — with some help from a little olive oil. While under house arrest awaiting a fraud trial, Bishop Lyle Jeffs of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints squirmed out of an FBI ankle bracelet with the aid of a […]

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    Arts, libraries hit hard by school budget cuts

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The state’s largest district promised it would try its best to limit the pain of $30 million in budget cuts, but now teachers and principals are learning just how much their schools will be hurt. With less than two weeks before the start of the school year, the Oklahoma City Public School District […]

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    Man fires 17 shots into officer’s patrol car and home, screams he hates police

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Police arrested an Indianapolis man they say fired more than a dozen bullets into a police officer’s marked patrol car and home while screaming anti-police obscenities Friday morning. Surveillance video and witnesses led officers to the suspect, 27-year-old parolee March Eugene Ratney, who lives near the officer, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police […]

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    Man dies after police use taser in arrest

    PONCA CITY, Okla. – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking into what it calls a “suspicious death” in Kay County earlier this month. Roger “Rocky” Bales died in the hospital July 1, a day after Ponca City officers used a taser to bring him down. “This kind of force on an old man is not […]