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    Oklahoma City police in high-speed chase with RV Video included

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    The Oklahoma City Police have taken two people into custody after pursuing a white RV across the city.The pursuit began shortly before 8:00 p.m. Thursday when an officer spotted felony suspect in the the RV, police said. The RV took off going east bound on I-40 from the west side of Oklahoma City. The pursuit continued east on I-40 to I-35 then north to the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Speeds went over the limit at times. The pursuit ended near Northwest Expressway and the Kilpatrick Turnpike about 8... More>>

    Oklahoma teens avoid law, risk serious consequences with tattoos Video included

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    Back in 2006, Oklahoma became the last state to legalize tattoo parlors, but teens are still not allowed to get inked. That's not stopping many young people, sometimes finding themselves in dangerous situations simply because they can't wait a few months or years to get tattooed legally. More>>

    Stillwater Group Providing Dresses For Girls Around The World

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    "We just thought it'd be so nice for those children to have something to play with." Gail Metcalf is the founder of the Stillwater chapter of Dress A Girl Around The World, a non-profit group dedicated to providing new dresses for children in need. More>>

    Attorney General Eric Holder cancels appearance at OKCPD graduation Video included

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    Amid promises of protest, United States Attorney General Eric Holder canceled his planned appearance Thursday in front of graduating recruits at the Oklahoma City Police Department. More>>

    Police: women steal $1200 in Nicorette medicine

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    Oklahoma City Police are searching for two women, one of which is several months pregnant, who they say stole over $1,000 in Nicorette medicine from an Oklahoma City Walmart last week. More>>

    President of testing company appears in front of state board Video included

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    The chief executive officer of McGraw-Hill, the company in charge of state testing in Oklahoma, is expected to answer questions from the State Board of Education Thursday afternoon. More>>

    Police: Oklahoma City man dies from bat attack at softball game

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department says a man attacked after a softball game at a sports complex in SE Oklahoma City has died from his injuries. More>>

    Buzzfeed claims T.W. Shannon plagiarized Senators

    T.W. Shannon, candidate for U.S. Senate and former Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives T.W. Shannon, candidate for U.S. Senate and former Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives
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    Former Oklahoma Speaker of the House and current candidate for the United States Senate T.W. Shannon is coming under fire by a popular website that claims his campaign has plagiarized from fellow Republicans. More>>

    Man critically injured after behind hit by car in Moore

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    Police are investigating after a man was critically injured after being hit by a car early Thursday morning. More>>

    Tools track kids' phone use

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    With so many teens and kids armed with smartphones, parents can often feel out of the loop and maybe even nervous about how their kids are using those devices. There are now more ways than ever before for parents to keep tabs. We asked the folks at Verizon to break down the best options. Lawrence Ross said, "With Family Base you can see who your children are talking to, when they're talking to them." At $5 a month, Family Base gives you alerts and email updates on exactly how your kids are ... More>>

    Burglary suspect cuts self, leaves blood during Yukon break-in Video included

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    A Yukon man hopes his home surveillance equipment helps with the arrest of a man he says broke into his home and cut himself in the process. More>>

    Spring in Oklahoma: storms develop in western Oklahoma, moving east

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    A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for western Oklahoma until 11PM Wednesday.  As of now, no part of this watch covers any part of the Metro. A severe thunderstorm watch means conditions for severe thunderstorms are possible, and we've already seen a few storms in western Oklahoma this evening.
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    Car fire closes I240 at I35 interchange in Oklahoma City

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    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a car fire has caused an Oklahoma City interstate to be closed during Wednesday afternoon's rush hour. More>>

    Edmond Police: suspect in 12 home invasions caught on camera

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    Edmond Police say a single man responsible for a dozen home invasions has been caught on surveillance cameras.
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    Bionic suit helps paralyzed student stand, walk again Video included

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    Walking - it's something most of us take for granted. But not Mary Beth Davis, whose life changed when a car accident broke her neck and left her paralyzed four-years ago. "It's something hard to swallow," she says, about hearing she would never walk again.But instead of sticking to her wheelchair, Wednesday she puts on a bionic suit. And she stands, then walks, with the help of the suit's motors at her knees and hips.After years in the chair, she's back to full height."You appreciate it more... More>>

    Oklahoma City Police investigates two separate bank robberies

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating two different bank robberies on opposite sides of the city. More>>

    Superintendent defies state after she says students testing exemption denied Video included

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    The superintendent for a small Oklahoma school district took to Facebook after a testing exemption for two students whose parents were killed was denied by the state.Donna Dudley, superintendent for Moyers Public Schools, says she went against Department of Education rules and allowed the students to not the take the test, even though she says the initial request was denied."As an educator and a human being with a reasonable amount of common sense, I don't feel like any test these students ta... More>>

    Representative seeks impeachment of Supreme Court Justices over death penalty

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    A member of the Oklahoma House is drafting a resolution seeking the impeachment of state Supreme Court justices who granted a delay of execution to two death-row inmates. More>>

    Supreme Court rules child pornographers should pay victims

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    The Supreme Court on Wednesday said a federal law limits how much money victims of child pornography can recover from people who viewed their images online, throwing out a nearly $3.4 million judgment in favor of a woman whose childhood rape has been widely seen on the Internet. More>>

    Oklahoma Militia gets involved in Nevada cattle battle Video included

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    A cattle battle in Nevada... bleeds over to Oklahoma. The federal government says Cliven Bundy is allowing his cattle to graze illegally. Bundy says the land belongs to the state. More>>

    Mustang elementary students injured at Land Run event Video included

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    Celebrating Statehood in a buggy ends with an ambulance ride for a student and two adults. It happened at Centennial Elementary school in Mustang on Tuesday afternoon. More>>

    Logan County arrests eighth suspect in death of Shawn Masters

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    The Logan County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested the eighth and final person responsible for the death of Shawn Masters, who authorities say was found bound and burned in a Logan County field on January 31. More>>

    Edmond Police investigates seven home burglaries on Monday

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    Police say they're searching for the person responsible for the burglaries of seven different homes across Edmond on Monday. More>>

    Semi hauling cars hits railroad bridge in NE Oklahoma City

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    A semi truck hauling several crushed cars has clipped the overpass of a bridge on NE 23rd street. More>>

    Six-year-old killed in SW Oklahoma City house fire

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    The body of a six-year-old boy has been recovered from a house that caught fire and may have exploded in SW Oklahoma City early Tuesday morning. More>>

    Thunder falls to Grizzlies in OT

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    Zach Randolph scored 25 points to help the Memphis Grizzlies defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-105 in overtime on Monday night and tie their first-round playoff series at one game apiece. Mike Conley added 19 points and 12 assists for the Grizzlies
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    Glitches prompt suspension of Oklahoma tests again Video included

    State Supt. Janet Baressi State Supt. Janet Baressi
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    For the second consecutive year, standardized testing for Oklahoma students has been disrupted, prompting the state superintendent to suspend all online testing for the day. More>>

    Interim Supt. presents recommendations for overcrowding

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    Interim Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Dave Lopez made several new recommendations to fix overcrowding in the district at the Board of Education meeting Monday evening. More>>

    Teens find new use for Burt's Bees lip balm Video included

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    A quick search on YouTube and Twitter shows "Beezin" is picking up steam. It involves people applying a light layer of Burt's Bees natural lip balm wax on their eyelids. Those who are into "Beezin" say it adds to experience of being drunk or high. Others say it helps to keep them alert. More>>

    OKCPS announces new superintendent

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    Oklahoma City Public Schools has announced the district's new superintendent. More>>

    Oklahoma Supreme Court grants stay of execution for death row inmates

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    The Oklahoma Supreme Court has granted a stay of executions for two death row inmates Monday. More>>

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to speak at OKCPD graduation

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    The Oklahoma City Police Department has confirmed that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will be speaking at the departments recruit graduation Thursday. More>>

    Oklahoma court denies school shelter rehearing

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    An organization that wants to place storm shelters in Oklahoma's public schools says it's abandoning the effort and will launch a second petition following the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision to stand by an earlier ruling in the case. More>>

    PSO requesting rate hike, customers upset

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    PSO wants a rate hike to pay for new smart meter connections. More>>

    FDA proposed rule could raise beer prices Video included

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    The price of beer could be on the rise across the country because of proposed FDA regulations. Local brewers say the ripple effect could hurt the entire U.S. economy. More>>

    Death row inmate faces execution Tuesday

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    An Oklahoma death row inmate who's been trying to find out more about the drugs the state would use to kill him is facing execution unless a court intervenes. More>>

    Earthquakes shake central Oklahoma Sunday afternoon

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    The United States Geological Survey is reporting a 4.0 magnitude earthquake in central Oklahoma Sunday. More>>

    El Reno man dies in accident in eastern Oklahoma

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    An El Reno man is dead following a fatal accident in eastern Oklahoma early Sunday. More>>

    County officials oppose plan to move state inmates

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    Sheriffs, undersheriffs and county commissioners across Oklahoma are planning a trip to the state Capitol to protest plans to remove state inmates from county jails. More>>

    Police investigating shooting after fight in Midwest City

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    Midwest City police say one person has been transported to the hospital following a shooting Saturday evening. More>>

    Norman PD: Man fatally stabs wife

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    The Norman Police Department is investigating an early morning homicide Saturday, April 19, 2014.  More>>

    Families reflect during the 19th Oklahoma City Bombing Remembrance Ceremony Video included

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    There are some moments you never forget.You remember what you were doing and even wearing.Back on April 19th in 1995, Clint Hodges was seventeen years old. More>>

    Oklahoma budget talks center on cuts, revenue streams

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    With six weeks left in the 2014 session, behind-the-scenes negotiations among the House, Senate and governor's office are ramping up on how to plug a $188 million hole in the budget and fund programs for education, public safety and child welfare. More>>

    State changes rules for oil, gas drillers after earthquakes Video included

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    There are new rules for oil and gas drillers who want to use injection wells in Oklahoma. More>>

    Prostitutes and johns getting a slap on the wrist? Video included

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    An OBN sting in Cleveland County resulted in nineteen traffic violations for prostitution. More>>

    OKCPD warning public to be aware after attempted abduction

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    Police are warning the public of a reported abduction attempt in southwest Oklahoma City. More>>

    ACLU warns Mustang High bible class risky for district Video included

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    A new elective called "The Book. The Bible's History, Narrative and Impact" is planned for the fall. More>>

    OKCPD: Man who was hospitalized after arrest dies

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    Representatives with the Oklahoma City Police Department say that a man who was hospitalized following his arrest Sunday has died. More>>

    Police searching for missing Oklahoma City teenager

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    Police are searching for a missing teenager from the Oklahoma City metro area. More>>

    University honors those who died in OKC bombing with flags

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    As the 19th Anniversary of the Murrah Bombing approaches, many Oklahomans are coming together to reflect. More>>

    Grass fires burning across the state

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    Firefighters are battling multiple grass fires across Oklahoma Sunday. More>>

    CDC: Lung cancer rates drop, especially among men

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    Health officials are reporting a drop in the rate of new lung cancer cases. More>>

    Police: woman arrested for DUI; had 4-month-old in the car

    Julie Singletary was arrested on New Year's Day for DUI and child endangerment after police say she crashed a vehicle into a cement barricade with a 4-month-old in the car. Julie Singletary was arrested on New Year's Day for DUI and child endangerment after police say she crashed a vehicle into a cement barricade with a 4-month-old in the car.
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    Oklahoma City Police say they arrested a woman on New Year's Day for DUI and other charges after they say she crashed her car into a concrete barrier on I-35. More>>

    Former Oklahoma doctor arrested in Texas on felony homicide warrants

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    A former Oklahoma doctor has been arrested on felony homicide warrants in Texas. More>>

    Tecumseh schools lockdown lifted, suspects in custody

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    Tecumseh police have two 8th graders in custody for making threats against the school and have lifted a 'soft lockdown' that was in place for the schools. More>>

    Government: 1 in 14 fell prey to identity theft in 2012

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    The government says 1 out of every 14 Americans age 16 or older was a target or a victim of identity theft, a crime imposing a heavy emotional toll on many of its victims. More>>

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    • Texas mom saves 2-year-old from pit bull by biting dog's ear

      Texas mom saves 2-year-old from pit bull by biting dog's ear

      Thursday, April 24 2014 6:10 PM EDT2014-04-24 22:10:48 GMT
      In a backyard in Alvin, swings a very lucky girl. Her name is Mackenzi Plass, or Kenzi for short, and she survived a dog attack.

      "She'll be two and a half in May," said her very proud mother Chelsi Camp. "She's doing great. You wouldn't know it if you couldn't see."
      In a backyard in Alvin, swings a very lucky girl. Her name is Mackenzi Plass, or Kenzi for short, and she survived a dog attack.

      "She'll be two and a half in May," said her very proud mother Chelsi Camp. "She's doing great. You wouldn't know it if you couldn't see."
    • Red Cross gives $48,000 for storm shelters

      Red Cross gives $48,000 for storm shelters

      Thursday, April 24 2014 4:19 PM EDT2014-04-24 20:19:18 GMT
      The American Red Cross of Oklahoma is giving $48,000 to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity to install storm shelters in the homes it builds.
      The American Red Cross of Oklahoma is giving $48,000 to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity to install storm shelters in the homes it builds.
    • Michigan man among first in US to receive 'bionic eye'

      Michigan man among first in US to receive 'bionic eye'

      Thursday, April 24 2014 12:04 PM EDT2014-04-24 16:04:34 GMT
      In this April 16, 2014 image from video Roger Pontz wears special glasses that house a small video camera and transmitter at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center on April 16, 2014, in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AP Photo)In this April 16, 2014 image from video Roger Pontz wears special glasses that house a small video camera and transmitter at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center on April 16, 2014, in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AP Photo)
      A degenerative eye disease slowly robbed Roger Pontz of his vision.

      Diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa as a teenager, Pontz has been almost completely blind for years. Now, thanks to a high-tech procedure that involved the surgical implantation of a "bionic eye," he's regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.
      A degenerative eye disease slowly robbed Roger Pontz of his vision.

      Diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa as a teenager, Pontz has been almost completely blind for years. Now, thanks to a high-tech procedure that involved the surgical implantation of a "bionic eye," he's regained enough of his eyesight to catch small glimpses of his wife, grandson and cat.

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