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    State Department releases new batch of Clinton emails

    WASHINGTON  — The State Department released 75 emails, totaling 273 pages, recovered by the FBI as part of their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server Friday. The release is the first of four large productions before Election Day, with more expected in the months after. That production schedule comes as the result of several Freedom of Information Act lawsuits filed by the conservative legal watchdog group Judicial Watch and VICE News journalist Jason Leopold, seeking information about the former secretary […]

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    Double arm transplant will allow veteran “to pursue my dreams”

    When quadruple amputee and retired Marine Sgt. John Peck looks down at his new arms, he said, he’s overcome with gratitude – and vows he will not take them for granted. Peck soon will be able to use his arms to open heavy doors with circular handles, shake the hands of others and feel fiancée Jessica Paker’s palm in his. “That truly is a precious gift,” Peck said, with a cross around his neck and tears in his eyes, at […]

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    The pill that could make your dog live longer

    Meet Momo. Momo is now running faster, farther and with far more vigor, energy and youthfulness, his owners say, now that he’s taking a drug meant for humans with cancer. “It’s been remarkable,” Paola Anderson said as she watched Momo, her 13-year-old white Pomsky, run around the backyard, keeping up with dogs a third his age. The drug is called rapamycin. After nearly a decade of research showing that it makes mice live 60% longer, scientists are trying it out as […]

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    Sooners Favored Again to Beat Texas, But Will They Play Well?

    Oklahoma’s football team has been heavily favored against Texas in each of the last three years, and is again this season for the Red River Rivalry on Saturday, October 8, at the Cotton Bowl, in Dallas, Texas. OU has only won once in the last three meetings, however, and haven’t played well in any of the last three. KFOR’s Nate Feken talked to the Sooners about what they need to do to make sure they get the result they’re after. […]

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    5 takeaways from the vice presidential debate

    FARMVILLE, Virginia  — For one night, Mike Pence put a calmer, gentler face on the 2016 Republican ticket. And Tim Kaine’s pestering style helped him do it. But the Indiana governor’s big night in Tuesday’s vice presidential debate might not transfer to his running mate, Donald Trump. Kaine — Hillary Clinton’s number two — spent his night throwing all of Trump’s most politically damaging lines at Pence and asking him to explain them. For the most part, Pence passed, dismissing […]

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    Officer’s 3-year-old daughter dies after hours locked in hot patrol car

    HANCOCK, Miss. – Two Mississippi police officers have been placed on paid leave after a child died in a Long Beach patrol car Friday. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of 3-year-old Cheyenne Hyer, the daughter of Cassie Barker, one of the officers on leave, according to WGNO. Investigators believe Barker left Cheyenne in the back of the car outside the home of the other officer, Clark Ladner, who she allegedly visited with Friday. Cheyenne was believed to have been locked […]

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    “It’s unprecedented,” Defective car battery possibly caused mysterious highway death of mother, daughter

    OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – It’s a case that stumped investigators for months. Four months ago, 45-year-old Latifa Lincoln and 3-year-old Maksmilla Lincoln were found dead inside their 2006 Porsche Cayenne following a single-car fender bender along a Florida turnpike. According to WESH, first responders at the scene complained of a strong odor and several even reported breathing problems. Following an in-depth investigation, Assistant Medical Examiner Dr. Gary Utz told WESH that he believes the pair died of hydrogen sulfide intoxication […]

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    Ford recalls 2.3 million vehicles for faulty door latches

    NEW YORK — Ford is recalling 2.3 million vehicles that have faulty car door latches, and Ford is expecting the cost of the recall to dip into its profits. On Thursday, Ford expanded a recall announced Sunday that initially included 830,000 cars, saying the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requested it be expanded to include 1.5 million additional vehicles. The company said in a press release that a broken latch “typically results in a ‘door-will-not-close’ condition.” There’s been one accident […]

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    Former OSU golfer Rickie Fowler hilariously shrugs while surrounded by kissing teammates

    Presidential approval, the honoring of a golfing great, rowdy crowds, and a perfect picture of Rickie Fowler alone among his kissing teammates — Team USA’s Ryder Cup victory had it all. Barack Obama referenced Arnold Palmer, who passed away the week before the tournament, after Sunday’s 17-11 victory ended the Americans’ run of three successive defeats against Europe. “Proud to see our guys bring the trophy back home,” the US President wrote on Twitter. “Arnie is smiling down.” What a […]

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    Girl gives birth alone, throws baby out 2nd-story window: Omaha police

    OMAHA, Neb. — Police in Omaha are investigating the death of an infant who was allegedly thrown from a second-story window after the 16-year-old mother delivered the baby alone in her bedroom. Nichole Manna of the Lincoln Journal Star tweeted a press release from the Omaha Police Department, which states officers were dispatched to an apartment complex in Omaha around 4 a.m. Friday. Paramedics arrived on scene to find an adult woman giving CPR to an infant in the parking lot […]

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    Question to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma passes final hurdle, will be placed on future ballot

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Voters across Oklahoma will officially be able to choose whether or not to legalize medical marijuana in an upcoming election. State Question 788 would allow Oklahomans to vote on whether or not to legalize medical marijuana. Before the question could go to a vote of the people, supporters needed to collect almost 66,000 signatures. In August, state leaders announced that the group collected 67,761 signatures, nearly 2,000 more than needed. After it was approved by the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the measure […]