• Once-popular camel rides at the Oklahoma City Zoo return

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A fan favorite from the 80’s and 90’s at the Oklahoma City Zoo is back.
    If you’ve ever wanted to ride a camel, here’s your chance.
    Bill, Mongo and Fred are going to be at the zoo through the summer and possibly the fall.
    For $6 per person, you can take one of them for a spin.
    The trio is here from JK Animal Adventures in Missouri.
    If that name sounds familiar, they’ve brought camels to a number of events here in Oklahoma and were the ones who b
  • Watch: Men use Lime scooters to move couch several miles

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A woman recorded two men moving a couch using Lime scooters last week in St. Louis and well...just watch.
    Ivana Bosnjak said she saw the men moving the furniture through the Southwest Garden neighborhood at around 6 p.m. March 14.
    The video has gone viral, generating thousands of Facebook shares and comments. One of the comments comes from a man who said he was involved in the move.
    Matt Cortigiani writes:
    "A little background: Alex Wheels and I met at WashU's PT sch
  • Jail, patrol car escapee apparently returned to Missouri

    HEAVENER, Okla. – Authorities say a kidnapping suspect who escaped from a Missouri jail and then from an Oklahoma police car last week apparently stole a pickup truck and returned to Missouri over the weekend.
    The truck was found Sunday in Pettis County, Missouri. That’s where 30-year-old Travis Lee Davis broke out of jail just more than a week earlier. The sheriff’s office says the truck had been stolen Friday from a home near Heavener, Oklahoma, where Davis apparently stayed
  • Oklahoma man arrested after allegedly stabbing father

    TULSA, Okla. – A man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly stabbed his father.
    On Sunday, just before 12:30 a.m., police arrested Roy Leathers III near West 63rd and North Osage.
    According to police, Leathers allegedly stabbed his father, who was able to get away after hitting Leathers with a pipe.
    KJRH reports Leathers is expected to be in court Monday.
    He was arrested and booked into the Tulsa County jail on a complaint of assault and battery with a deadly weapon and a $25,000
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  • Blaze at Texas chemical storage facility may keep burning until Wednesday

    A fire burning overnight at a petrochemical storage facility in suburban Houston could burn for two more days as firefighters take a defensive posture and let the blaze burn through fuel stored in tanks at the site, officials said Monday.
    Ray Russell, spokesman for Channel Industries Mutual Aid, which is helping in the response, said firefighters have had “pretty good success controlling the fire” and stopping it from spreading to other tanks. The tanks that are burning contain gas,
  • Colorado company creates app that will detect credit card skimmers

    BOULDER, Colo. - A company based in Boulder has created a new app that can detect a credit card skimmer at gas stations.
    SparkFun Electronics was contacted by local law enforcement and provided with skimming devices. With information from those devices, they designed an app for your phone that can be used to detect skimmers.
    The app is called Skimmer Scanner and is available for Android devices. It works by searching for Bluetooth transmission, which is how skimmers typically transmit
  • Watch: Emergency crews rescue couple from fast-moving waters in California

    PACOIMA WASH, Calif. - A man and a woman were rescued from the fast-moving waters of the Pacoima Wash Monday morning.
    The couple, identified only as a 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman, entered the wash near Foothill Boulevard and were swept several miles downriver, the Los Angeles Fire Department stated.
    While being swept away the 20 mph waters, one of the two managed to call 911 and speak with dispatchers.
    Eventually, the man and woman were able to grab onto a wall just before passing
  • 63-year-old Oklahoma man arrested for possession of child pornography

    APACHE, Okla. – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says a man has been arrested on a child pornography complaint.
    OSBI officials say 63-year-old Dave Olen Carter, 63, of Apache, was taken into custody at his home in Apache on March 15.
    Carter was booked into the Caddo County Jail on a complaint of possession of child pornography.
    Officials did not release any other details.
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  • Southbound I-35 near Edmond cleared after large bale of cotton blocks roadway

    EDMOND, Okla. - Part of a busy interstate near Edmond is back to normal after a large bale of cotton spread across the roadway.
    At around 9:30 a.m. Monday, clean-up started on southbound I-35 near 2nd St. in Edmond.
    According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a large bale of cotton covered two lanes of the interstate, causing traffic delays.
    Crews quickly cleaned up the scene and the roadway is now clear.
    A bale of cotton covered part of I-35 near Edmond.
  • Police looking for driver who dragged Nashville officer with ATV

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Metro Nashville Police Department is looking for the ATV driver who dragged an officer down Broadway on Saturday.
    About 100 “dirt bikes, motorcycles, ATVs, and four wheelers” illegally took over the street around 3 p.m. on Saturday, MNPD said. It was the second day in a row that off-road vehicles began illegally driving on major roads throughout Nashville, according to CNN affiliate WTVF.“These individuals were weaving in and out of moving and park
  • Puppy found in California dumpster with severe broken leg adopted; suspect arrested

    SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Sheriff's Department and animal control have arrested a man accused of leaving a chihuahua-mix puppy with a broken leg in a dumpster for several days last month.
    Four-month-old Rocky is running around and enjoying life like any happy pup would. The pup is lucky to be alive.
    On February 25, Rocky was found in a dumpster at an apartment complex buried under feet of garbage. The dog was dehydrated and suffering from a severe broken back leg.
    "She was terrified, a
  • OHP: Traffic stop ends in trooper-involved shooting in Jackson County

    BLAIR, Okla. – An investigation is underway after a trooper-involved shooting in Jackson County over the weekend.
    On Sunday, at approximately 12:30 a.m., the Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Trooper Josh Tinsley performed a traffic stop on a driver within the city limits of Blair.
    OHP says the driver, Chris Ryan Mills, was driving his vehicle while his license was revoked.
    While attempting to place Mills in custody, officials say Mills “became combative.”
    An altercation took place
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  • Man arrested after allegedly damaging Tulsa business he once applied to

    TULSA, Okla. – A man was arrested after he allegedly burglarized a Tulsa business that he had applied for a job at last year.
    According to FOX 23, at around 2 a.m. Saturday, police were called to Workspace Resource Inc. after someone called “to report that a man was trying to kick in a door on South Boulder Ave.”
    When officers arrived, they heard a loud noise near the front of a business and then saw a man running away.
    Police say the suspect, 23-year-old Jace Scott was intoxic
  • Photo of firefighter carrying elderly woman up Houston stadium stairs captures hearts

    HOUSTON – Firefighter Thomas Harwell says it’s always been in his blood to help people, and not just when he’s on the clock.
    He, his wife Shayla and their 2-year-old daughter were at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo featuring Brad Paisley Saturday when they saw an elderly woman struggling to get down the stairs of the stadium with her daughter and two granddaughters.
    “She was having a rough time,” Shayla Harwell told CNN Sunday night. “I nudged m
  • “The loss of Mark Meyer is a big one,” Tulsa firefighter passes away after hard-fought battle with cancer

    TULSA, Okla. – The Tulsa Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of their own who was battling cancer.
    According to the fire department, Mark Meyer passed away Saturday at home with his family after a seven-year battle with cancer.
    “Mark’s described by his peers as an all-American firefighter; a guy who’s always excited to show up to work and always wants to help citizens of Tulsa,” said Andy Little with the Tulsa Fire Department. “So, this loss, the loss
  • Three people arrested in connection to murder of Idabel teen

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Three people have been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting that claimed the life of an Oklahoma teen.
    On March 15, at around 5:45 p.m., police were called to a reported shooting near NE 26th and Lindsay at the Liberty Station Apartments.
    When police arrived, they found the victim, Jack McClain, 18, of Idabel, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. At the time of the shooting, three people were taken into custody for questioning.
    Jake McClain
    Oklahoma City police an
  • Jelly Belly creator releases line of CBD-infused jelly beans

    LOS ANGELES - The creator of Jelly Belly jelly beans has released his own line of CBD-infused jelly beans.
    David Klein, who invented the Jelly Belly brand in 1976 but left the company in 1980, has now launched Spectrum Confections, which released and quickly sold out of CBD-infused jelly beans.
    “The jelly bean is perfect for the proper dosage (of CBD),” Klein told Cannabis Aficionado.“We are putting 10 ml in each. If people want a small dose, they eat one. If they wa
  • Dog, pig looking for new homes after being abandoned near Ohio humane society

    TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, Ohio — A golden retriever and a potbelly pig are looking for new homes after their former owner abandoned the pair in the parking lot of the Tuscarawas County Humane Society Wednesday.
    Annie, the golden retriever, and Hermione, the potbelly pig, were left in the parking lot around 8:42 p.m. Wednesday night. The man who abandoned the animals tied Annie to a handicap parking sign and left Hermione in a crate, according to the Tuscarawas County Humane Society.
    Deputies were
  • Dick Dale, music legend known as ‘King of the Surf Guitar,’ dies at 81

    Dick Dale, the legendary musician known as the “King of the Surf Guitar,” has died, according to TMZ, citing Sam Bolle, Dick’s live bassist. He was 81.
    Dale pioneered and created what many call the surf music style, drawing on Middle-Eastern music scales and experimenting with reverberation.
    “He was an original, he always did things the way he wanted to do them … his own way. Long before punk rock, he was doing that,” Bolle said.
    Dale worked closely
  • Traffic Alert: Southbound I-35 lane, ramp closures expected Monday

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Drivers should expect a few lane and ramp closures on a busy interstate throughout Monday.
    From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, drivers should prepare for:Southbound I-35 will be narrowed to two lanes between N.E. 36th St. (mm 132) and US-62 East/N.E. 23rd St. (mm 130)
    The southbound I-35 on-ramp from N.E. Grand Blvd. will be closed
    The southbound I-35 off-ramp to US-62/N.E. 23rd St. (mm 130) will be closedThe lane and ramp closures are due to sign installation.
  • Hundreds attend prayer vigil after New Zealand terrorist attack

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Several groups gathered at the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City to show support for the victims and their families targeted in a deadly terrorist attack in New Zealand.
    On Friday, a gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand killing 50 people.
    More than 30 people remain in the hospital and a dozen are in critical condition.
    Police say Brenton Tarrant, an Australian man, is responsible.
    He has been charged with murder.
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  • Seminole County Police ask public for help locating missing woman

    SEMINOLE CO., Okla. – The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating a missing woman.
    Debbie Stanberry walked away from her residence around 1 p.m. Sunday. Stanberry is described as a white woman with long dark hair, wearing a black coat.
    Police say Stanberry is in danger.
    If you have any information about her whereabouts call the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 257-5445.
  • Stranger steps in to save two from fiery crash

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - A fiery car crash in Northwest Oklahoma City sent one to the hospital.
    At the corner of N. 133rd Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, two cars collided.
    Both of the drivers were trapped inside.
    One man decided to step in and save both of their lives.
    The Gillespie's were on their way home from a St. Patrick's Day celebration.
    “It was just family day," said Hannah Gillespie.
    While sitting at the stoplight at N. 133rd Street and Pennsylvania, the family saw one car ru
  • Sooners Make NCAA Tournament Field

    Despite some worried nerves over the last few days, the Oklahoma Sooners are in the NCAA Tournament field of 68.
    The Sooners (19-13, 7-11), who are an eight seed, will square off with Ole Miss (20-12, 10-8), the ninth seed, Friday in Columbia, South Carolina. The winner of the contest could face one seed Virginia.
    Ole Miss makes the tournament under first year head coach Kermit Davis. Davis was the SEC coach of the year.
    All-time the Sooners are 1-2 against Ole Miss.
  • Chico, the canine star of ‘Legally Blonde — The Musical,’ has died

    NEW YORK — Chico, the Chihuahua from “Legally Blonde — The Musical,” has died, his owner said.
    The dog was 14.
    Chico won hearts as Bruiser, the pet of the main character Elle Woods, during the musical’s 2007-2008 Broadway run. It was based on the popular 2001 Reese Witherspoon movie.
    “On Monday, March 11th, our beloved Chico crossed the rainbow bridge,” an Instagram caption with photos of Chico said. “His journey to the Palace Theater, where he ori
  • Police: 2-year-old’s body found wrapped in blanket along rural Minnesota road, father accused of murder 

    MILWAUKEE — The man accused of abducting 2-year-old Noelani Robinson and fatally shooting her mother, Sierra Robinson, made his initial court appearance Sunday where is bond was set at $1 million.
    Dariaz Higgins was arrested March 13. An Amber Alert had been issued for Noelani on March 11 after her mother was murdered, allegedly by Higgins, Noelani’s father.
    After a six-day search, Noelani was found dead near Austin, Minnesota.
    Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales held a news conf
  • Virginia mom admits to injecting son with her own blood

    FAIRFAX, Va. – A Virginia mother admitted to injecting her son with her own blood after she was caught on camera in the 5-year-old's hospital room, according to WJLA.
    Elizabeth Malone, 28, allegedly did it to get hospital staff members to "respond faster" to her son, according to documents.
    The boy is disabled and unable to speak, according to WRC-TV.
    The incident happened in April 2018 at Inova Fairfax Hospital.
    A camera was secretly set up in the boy's room after Malone brought the chil
  • 90-year-old Tennessee woman threatened to kill neighbor over leaves, police say

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police arrested a 90-year-old Tennessee grandmother after a neighbor claimed she threatened to kill her because of leaves in her yard.
    Bessie Bowen was charged with aggravated assault and violation of an order of protection.
    "She's always been serious about her yard," a neighbor said. According to police, they responded to the 2300 block of Larose Avenue in Bethel Grove early Thursday morning. That's where they met a woman who claimed Bowen had stopped by her house, point
  • Man accused of trying to exchange meth for gun in Tulsa

    TULSA, Okla. – A man was arrested after he allegedly tried to exchange meth for a gun.
    Tulsa police say the incident started when Omar Ramirez reached out on Facebook about where he could find a gun.
    According to FOX 23, Ramirez unknowingly messaged a police officer.
    Police and Ramirez continued to exchange messages and eventually agreed to meet near 21st and Garnett.
    When police met with Ramirez, they say he showed up with more than 50 grams of crystal meth.
    He was arrested and booked int
  • Rep. Emily Virgin, former state school superintendent Janet Baressi stop by Flash Point

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Each week, the Flash Point team tackles some of the biggest topics circulating in the Sooner State and beyond.
    This week, former state school superintendent Janet Baressi filled in for Kirk Humphreys and joined Mike Turpen and moderator Kevin Ogle. Representative Emily Virgin, Democratic Minority Leader, also stopped by.
    The team talked about the permitless carry bill and the recent suspension of the Oklahoma House “page program.”
  • Oklahoma man dies after crash in Haskell County

    HASKELL COUNTY, Okla. – An investigation is underway following a fatal crash in Haskell County over the weekend.
    It happened Sunday, just before 12:45 a.m., on State Highway 71 near Eufaula Dam.
    According to a trooper’s report, 61-year-old Oran Baldwin, of Porum, Oklahoma, was driving northbound on the highway around a curve at the dam when he “lost control of the vehicle and ran off the right side of the roadway,” hitting a rock embankment.
    Sadly, Baldwin was pronounced
  • Oklahoma judge stabbed in the leg, daughter is charged

    TULSA, Okla. – The daughter of a Tulsa County district judge has been charged after allegedly stabbing her mother in the leg.
    Court records show 28-year-old Adrienne Smith was charged Friday with felony assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for the March 2 stabbing at the home of her mother, Tulsa County District Judge Sharon Holmes, in Tulsa.
    Smith has denied the allegation.
    Police say Smith initially told officers who went to the judge’s Tulsa home that she was intoxicated an
  • Missourians would be required to purchase an AR-15 under proposed law

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A bill introduced in the Missouri general assembly is turning a few heads.
    House Bill 11-08 filed in February by southeast Missouri Representative Andrew McDaniel would require all adults in Missouri between the ages of 18 and 35 to purchase an AR-15 style rifle. Tax credits would be provided to defray the cost of the weapon.
    The bill does not currently have any scheduled hearings.
    McDaniel said he introduced the bill to "make a point" about legal mandates and to
  • Police: Pennsylvania woman tries to set house on fire, attack officers

    TUNKHANNOCK TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A woman from Monroe County who allegedly tried to light part of her house on fire with family members inside has been arrested, police said.
    Sarah Gulliksen, 44, is charged with attempted arson, aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of children and reckless endangering.
    Police and firefighters were called to the home Thursday for a domestic incident. They had been called to the home earlier in the day and in the past.
    A man and two children were evac
  • California man convicted of killing 21-year-old, using his ID for auto loan fraud scheme

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A Riverside man was found guilty Thursday of murder in the 2016 shooting death of another man whose identity he was using to execute a $600,000 auto loan fraud scam, prosecutors said.
    After a six-week trial, 37-year-old Dante Danil Carter was convicted of first-degree murder and 28 other counts involving grand theft, identity theft, aggravated white collar crime, possession of a fake ID and being a felon in possession of weapons and ammunition, Riverside County district
  • Stolen ambulance, chase in SW Oklahoma City leads to one arrest

    OKLAHOMA CITY – One person was arrested after stealing an ambulance and then leading police on a chase in southwest Oklahoma City.
    At around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, EMSA medics were taking a patient to the emergency room near SW 44th and Western.
    According to Heather Yazdanipour, Director of Regional Medical Response System for EMSA, while taking the patient inside, keys were left in the ambulance.
    That’s when someone got into the ambulance and took off.
    Police were able to track do
  • Okmulgee County crash that claimed life of Edmond man under investigation

    OKMULGEE COUNTY, Okla. – Authorities are investigating the cause of a crash that claimed the life of one Oklahoma man.
    It happened Saturday, just after 2 p.m., on Indian Nation Turnpike, approximately two miles south of Henryetta.
    According to a trooper’s report, a vehicle traveling northbound on the turnpike went off the road, hitting the back of a pickup that was pulling a 29-ft. travel trailer and was disabled on the shoulder of the turnpike.
    Four people were in the pickup; three
  • Cause of SW Oklahoma City house fire under investigation

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say the cause of a house fire in southwest Oklahoma City is under investigation.
    At around 10 p.m. Saturday, firefighters were called to a reported house fire with people inside near SW 40th and Blackwelder.
    When crews arrived, they found heavy flames coming from a single-story house. They were able to get the fire knocked down quickly.
    Fire officials say the house was vacant and believe transients were using it as shelter.
    There were no reports of any injuries.
  • USGS records 3.0 magnitude earthquake near Edmond

    EDMOND, Okla. – Residents in one Oklahoma community may have felt a little bit of shaking late Saturday night.
    At around 11:50 p.m., officials with the U.S. Geological Survey recorded a 3.0 magnitude earthquake near Edmond.
    The epicenter of the earthquake was about 12.4 miles southwest of Guthrie, Oklahoma; about 18.7 miles north of Oklahoma City.
    News 4 has not heard of any reports of damage.
  • Warriors Rout Thunder Without Kevin Durant

    With former Thunder star Kevin Durant out with a sprained ankle, the Golden State Warriors never trailed in routing the Oklahoma City Thunder 110-88 on Saturday night at Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City.
    The Thunder shot just 32 percent from the field, fell behind by double digits after the first quarter and trailed by 18 at halftime.
    OKC never really seriously threatened to come back, and trailed by as many as the final margin of 22.
    Russell Westbrook was just 2-for-16 from the field and miss
  • Superhero School aims to get kids reading

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Comic book enthusiasts in NW OKC are trying to bring back the spirit of Saturday morning cartoons with Superhero School, where kids get to laugh, learn and get interested in reading.
    ” I get to see a bunch of superheros,” said Maddyn.
    Every other Saturday morning at New World Comics, some of the greatest superheros on the planet gather together to talk to kids.
    “It’s kinda like an interactive improve play,” said Buck Berlin, owner of New World
  • Multiple Oklahoma fire departments respond to Choctaw structure fire

    CHOCTAW, OKLA.- The Newalla Fire Department was dispatched Saturday evening after a reported structure fire near 17800 SE 29th St. in Choctaw, Oklahoma.
    Officials tell News4 that the fire started in the back of a metal home, that had been converted from a garage, before spreading to the front.
    The cause of the fire has not been determined at this time, but Harrah Fire Department officials are calling the fire a total loss.
    News4 will bring you more information as this story develops.
  • Apple Watch may spot heart problem but more research needed

    WASHINGTON (AP) – A huge study suggests the Apple Watch sometimes can detect a worrisome irregular heartbeat, but experts say more work is needed to tell if using wearable technology to screen for heart problems really helps.
    More than 419,000 Apple Watch users signed up for the study.
    An app would alert them if the watch spotted a heart rate problem that might signal atrial fibrillation, a condition that if untreated eventually can trigger strokes.
    Stanford researchers reported preliminar
  • Family distraught after vandalism at Oklahoma County cemetery

    OKLAHOMA CITY - A woman's family cemetery was vandalized everything from trash being dumped to a car running through headstones.
    “There’s no respect for the living and it’s obvious here there is no respect for the dead," said Michelle Scott.
    Michele Scott said this respect at Lillard and Woodard Cemetery is gone.
    “It’s just blatant disregard for people," said Scott.
    Scott came to visit her brother's new headstone on Thursday to find other visitors had left behind a
  • University of Louisiana at Monroe trumpeters provide ‘Taps’ for veterans’ funerals

    MONROE, La. – Ten trumpet students at a Louisiana university are offering to play Taps at veterans’ funerals, rather than leave the haunting farewell bugle call to a recording.
    Talons for Taps is a group named because the Warhawk is mascot of the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
    All of the students are taught by Assistant Professor Eric Siereveld. Siereveld said he suggested the volunteer program and explained the importance of acknowledging the sacrifices that service members make
  • Moose mistaken for burglar after crashing into home

    BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (KMGH) — Sleeping guests inside a Breckenridge home were awakened early Friday morning to the sound of broken glass. Thinking they were being burglarized, the guests called 911. But when officers arrived on scene, they soon discovered the trespasser was not the typical troublemaker they regularly encounter.
    Breckenridge police found that a moose had crashed through a window in the home’s basement.
    Colorado Parks and Wildlife were called and said the animal probabl
  • Teen stabbed about 100 times and set on fire in MS-13 murder, police say

    STAFFORD, Va. — Five MS-13 gang members have been arrested in connection to the death of a 16-year-old whose mutilated body was found in Stafford County, Virginia, according to law enforcement.
    The body of 16-year-old Jacson Chicas was discovered near a wooded area in the area of River Road around 4:30 a.m. Saturday.
    Investigators now believe the gang turned on Chicas, a fellow member, stabbing him about 100 times and setting his body on fire, Prince George’s County Maj. Brian R
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice to retire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Supreme Court of Oklahoma Justice, John F. Reif has submitted a letter to Governor Kevin Stitt stating he will retire effective April 30, 2019.
    Governor Stitt released the following statement honoring Justice Reif’s service:
    “Justice John Reif has served the people and the State of Oklahoma as a respected jurist, with honor, distinction, and grace for over 38 years. We owe him a debt of gratitude for his consistent and faithful service. I look forward to receivi
  • NZ Herald: Here are the names and faces of those dead or missing in Christchurch shootings

    CHRISTCHURCH, NZ – As the death toll rises to 50, the New Zealand Herald has issued an initial list of those who are dead or missing after the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch on Friday.
    “They are fathers, mothers, grandparents, daughters and sons.
    They are refugees, immigrants and New-Zealand born.
    They are Kiwis.”Mucad Ibrahim, 3Mucad Ibrahim, 3, is believed to be the youngest victim of the massacre.
    According to the Herald, the toddler had gone to the al Noor mo
  • Coleman teacher pleads guilty to sex with student

    COLEMAN, Okla. (KXII) – A physical education teacher at Coleman Public Schools has pleaded guilty to having sex with a student.
    Cori Harris is  sentenced to one year in prison for second degree rape.
    Thursday, Harris pleaded guilty to having sex with a 16-year-old male student in 2017.
    The Oklahoma Department of Education said both of the 24-year-old’s teaching certifications are suspended.
    They’re planning to schedule a revocation hearing soon, meaning she’d lose he

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