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  • Grieving family searches for answers in Forest Park homicide

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A grieving family is searching for answers in a local homicide. Family of Anthony Lewis, 53, gathered at his home Tuesday afternoon. It’s a place where there were frequent family get togethers, but this particular afternoon, they are there without him. “That’s almost therapy for our family to get together and be together […]

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    Fast facts about the Department of Veterans Affairs

    (CNN) –As the nation salutes our veterans and heroes, here is a closer look at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Facts: There are approximately 21.4 million veterans in the United States. President Barack Obama has requested an appropriation of $163.9 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs in the 2015 Budget, a 6.5% increase […]

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    Photo exhibit celebrating Oklahoma City’s birthday

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A local photo exhibit is celebrating the 125th anniversary of Oklahoma City’s settlement. The photo exhibit will open with a public reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, December 5, in The Underground, a system of pedestrian tunnels and skyways in downtown Oklahoma City. Romy Owens, who organized the event, […]

  • Flashpoint: How the 2014 midterm election results impact Oklahoma and the White House

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The dust is settling on the recent midterm election results. It was a good night for the Republicans and a not so great night for the Democrats. The voters spoke loud and clear in Oklahoma and around the country. Republicans captured the Senate easily and their majority in the House of Representatives […]

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    Robin Williams’ autopsy results revealed

    (CNN) — The death of actor and comedian Robin Williams has officially been ruled a suicide, the coroner in Marin County, California, said Friday. Alcohol and illegal drugs were not involved, the statement from the coroner’s office said. Prescription drugs were found in “therapeutic concentrations,” the statement added. Williams was found dead in his Tiburon, […]

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    Honda expands exploding airbag recall

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Honda expanded the number of cars that it is recalling because their airbags might explode. Honda already had recalled more than 5 million U.S. vehicles with the faulty Takata airbags, according to federal safety regulators. But the company had previously said it was concentrating on repairing 2.8 million million of those […]

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    Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ goes perfect with aerobic dance video from 1989

    What happens when you combine an 80’s aerobics video and Taylor Swift? Magic. A video uploaded to YouTube puts a classic 80s aerobics video to Taylor Swift’s song “Shake It Off”. The results are amazing! The video is from 1989 and that so happens to be the name of Taylor Swift’s new album, ‘1989’. Watch […]

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    Oklahoma Decides: November election results

    Refresh often for updated returns when polls close. GOVERNOR 1,956 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting MARY FALLIN ✓ 55.82% 459,788 JOE DORMAN 41% 337,728 KIMBERLY WILLIS 2.08% 17,143 RICHARD PRAWDZIENSKI 1.1% 9,102   US SENATOR 1,956 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting JIM INHOFE ✓ 68.02% 557,537 MATT SILVERSTEIN 28.54% 233,932 JOAN FARR 1.29% 10,534 RAY WOODS 1.21% […]

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    Joy Hofmeister elected as Oklahoma’s State School Superintendent

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Republican Joy Hofmeister was elected as Oklahoma’s State School Superintendent Tuesday night. Hofmeister beat out Democratic candidate John Cox. Hofmeister is a former public school teacher and former member of the Oklahoma State Board of Education. She ran on a platform of higher teacher salaries and less standardized testing of students. She said her two […]

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    New superstars, new villains and other takeaways from midterm election

    WASHINGTON (CNN) — Democrats entered Tuesday anxious, yet hopeful, that the party would avoid major losses in the midterm election. What little optimism Democrats harbored early in the day had dissipated well before the clock struck midnight. Predictions of a long night, a Senate hanging in the balance waiting for the results of Southern runoffs, […]

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    Election Day 2014: Oklahoma voters go to the polls today

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma voters are heading to the polls for today’s General Election. The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. today. A lot of key races will be decide today, but the one that most people will be watching is the gubernatorial race. Governor Mary Fallin is trying to win a […]