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  • volcano

    Mystery ash covers parts of Washington, Oregon

    (CNN) — A substance described as “white stuff” and “milky rain” is covering parts of Washington and Oregon states, but its origin is a mystery. “We have received reports of ‘white stuff’ on vehicles. The ash is more than likely from the Volcano Shiveluch,” Washington state’s Walla Walla County Emergency officials said in statement. The […]

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    Dispatcher disciplined for telling girl to “stop whining” on 911 call

    ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. – A 911 dispatcher has been disciplined for the way he handled a distraught teenager who was watching her father die. “Ma’am! Ma’am! Please stop yelling! Stop yelling, please,” the 911 dispatcher said. The girl called 911 after watching her father and his fiancee get hit by a car. While on […]

  • Elizabeth Hupp

    Disturbing fake kidnapping results from little boy being ‘too nice to strangers’

    (CNN) — A 6-year-old boy in Missouri endured an emotional four-hour staged kidnapping because his family thought he was being too nice to people he didn’t know, police said Thursday. The four people involved in the alleged plot — the boy’s mother, grandmother, aunt and a co-worker of the aunt — have been charged with […]

  • Jacob Harvey

    ‘It’s a prison, this will happen,’ Court downplays alleged rape of prison teacher

    (CNN) — An Arizona prison teacher who said she was raped by an inmate is at the center of a legal controversy in which the state is accused of trying to dismiss her negligence lawsuit on the grounds of “it’s a prison, this will happen,” her attorney contends. That claim, by attorney Scott Zillinger, was […]

  • Classroom

    10-year-old with medical issue denied bathroom, forcing him to defecate in class

    TARPON SPRING, Fla. – A Florida mother says her son was denied permission to go to the bathroom at school and, as a result, defecated in his pants. According to WFTS, the 10-year-old boy suffers from a gastrointestinal disorder which causes him to frequently vomit and use the bathroom. “He asked the teacher to go […]

  • Accused ‘pill mill doctor’ Harvey Jenkins has medical license revoked

    OKLAHOMA — The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) issued an Imminent Danger Order against Oklahoma City physician, Dr. Harvey C. Jenkins Wednesday. The order immediately suspends his authority to possess, administer, dispense, prescribe and/or distribute any Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) in the State of Oklahoma. The Imminent Danger Order is the result of an investigation by […]

  • tonytrapani

    Man who thought he finally found his father receives shocking news

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The 61-year-old man who thought he finally found his father received some shocking news recently. When Samuel Childress thought he finally found his father, his emotional story made headlines. 81-year-old Tony Trapani was cleaning out an old filing cabinet one day after his wife passed away when he discovered a letter that […]

  • Suspicious Device Shuts Downtown Atlanta Interstates

    Suspicious object turns out to be art project

    (CNN) — Blaming a school project for an hours-long traffic jam sounds about as far-fetched as blaming a dog for eating your homework. But Atlanta Police said it was a Georgia State University student’s art project attached to the outer frame of the 14th Street Bridge in downtown Atlanta that shut down all north and […]

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    More oil industry layoffs in Oklahoma

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Chaparral Energy – an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company, and the third-largest oil producer in Oklahoma – cut 121 positions from their company Tuesday. “We are taking proactive measures to ensure the financial strength of our company given the current market,” Chaparral Chief Executive Officer Mark Fischer said in […]

  • w6

    Expect mostly sunny skies on Tuesday!

    OKLAHOMA CITY – As a south wind develops tonight and tomorrow, temperatures will rebound. We’ll bottom out in the 20s tonight, but tomorrow highs will reach the 50s under mostly sunny skies! A cold front will move through our state late Wednesday. A light winter mix of rain, sleet and snow will be possible Wednesday […]

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    Oklahoma Governor focuses on economy, education, healthcare and public safety

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin focused on the state’s economy during Monday’s State of the State address. On Monday, she spoke about ‘performance informed budgeting,’ which would allow lawmakers to restructure the state’s budget and how Oklahoma’s taxpayer dollars are spent. She says billions of dollars are diverted away from the General Revenue Fund […]