• Three people killed, including two teens, in McClain County crash

    Three people killed, including two teens, in McClain County crash
    MCCLAIN COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) - Authorities say several people were killed, including two teenagers, in a wreck in McClain County.Around 6 p.m. on Dec. 2, emergency crews were called to a triple fatality accident along westbound Hwy 39 and Johnson Ave. in McClain County.Woman dies in Oklahoma City after struck by 2 vehicles, police working to identify herInvestigators say a 2008 Ford F-150 was heading westbound on Hwy 39 and attempted to pass two vehicles in a no passing zone.Troopers say the tru
  • Hawaii resident with omicron had no travel history, officials say

    Hawaii resident with omicron had no travel history, officials say
    HONOLULU (KHON2) – Hawaii health officials confirmed the state's first case of the omicron variant on Thursday.State Epidemiologist Dr. Sarah Kemble said the new variant was found in an unvaccinated adult resident under the age of 65 who was previously infected with the coronavirus in 2020. Oklahoma man scammed out of hundreds of dollars in ‘bait and switch’ schemeOn Monday, Hawaii's health department received a notification from Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Inc. of a specim
  • Woman dies in Oklahoma City after struck by 2 vehicles, police working to identify her

    Woman dies in Oklahoma City after struck by 2 vehicles, police working to identify her
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are working to identify a woman who was killed after she was hit by two cars in Southeast OKC.Officers said that at around 4:30 p.m. Thursday, a woman tried to walk across Sooner Road going east, but she didn’t make it.“She had been hit by two vehicles that were southbound,” said Lt. Tommy Joyce with OKC Police. “Probably the left side of her body, unless she turned. We’ll know more once the medical examiner does an
  • Oklahoma City hospital officials react to COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers

    Oklahoma City hospital officials react to COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City metro hospital officials are reacting after a federal judge in Louisiana blocked President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on healthcare workers in Oklahoma and 11 other states. Federal Judge halts President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on healthcare workers in Oklahoma, other statesThe ruling came down Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty blocked the mandate after Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and attorneys general f
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  • Latte lover on your list? Check out these top coffee gift sets

    Latte lover on your list? Check out these top coffee gift sets
    BestReviews is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission. Details.Which coffee gift sets are best?For many of us, our morning ritual starts with a hot cup of coffee. In fact, 64% of Americans drink coffee every day. And while coffee shops are immensely popular, making your own coffee at home saves a significant amount of money and allows you to experiment with brewing techniques, roast levels and bean types to create a perfect aroma and taste. If you are looking for a unique gif
  • Man arrested, another wanted in carjacking and assault in Oklahoma City

    Man arrested, another wanted in carjacking and assault in Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City police are still searching for a suspect in an assault and carjacking incident after his alleged accomplice was arrested.Violent Crime Apprehension Team officers arrested 41-year-old Terry Hayes on Thursday. However, the man pictured below is still wanted in connection with the violent carjacking.Oklahoma City police are asking for help identifying and locating this man.The incident occurred near Southeast 15th and High Wednesday night. Mustang police s
  • Signing Santa brings holiday cheer to Oklahoma City metro area deaf students

    Signing Santa brings holiday cheer to Oklahoma City metro area deaf students
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – "They get so excited to see me 'cause I’m just like them.”
    That’s how “Signing Santa” Gary Davis feels about the deaf students who come to see him at Northpark Mall.For 20 years the Northwest OKC Rotary Club has made a Signing Santa available for students. Where can I watch The Grinch in 2021?Erica Moore, a teacher from Yukon, says it’s such a great program because the kids can tell Santa what they want…their own way.“
  • Clinton police searching for home burglary suspect

    Clinton police searching for home burglary suspect
    CLINTON, Okla. (KFOR) – Clinton police are searching for a man suspected of an attempted home burglary.The suspect was allegedly breaking into a home when he was interrupted by the homeowner, who confronted him. Oklahoma man scammed out of hundreds of dollars in ‘bait and switch’ schemeInvestigators released both a surveillance photo of the suspect at the victim's home, as well as a composite sketch from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.The suspect in the attempted ho
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  • Virtual 'estate' that exists only on the internet sells for record $2.4 million

    Virtual 'estate' that exists only on the internet sells for record $2.4 million
    (TheRealDeal) - The burgeoning digital real estate market is heating up.A virtual “estate” in Decentraland, one of the two dominant metaverses, changed hands on Nov. 23 for a record sum — the equivalent of $2.4 million at the time.Tokens.com Corp., via its subsidiary Metaverse Group, paid 618,000 MANA — the native Decentraland cryptocurrency — for 116 parcels comprising some 6,090 square feet in the virtual world.The estate, in Decentraland’s Fashion
  • Oklahoma City firefighters rescue man from burning, smoke-filled home

    Oklahoma City firefighters rescue man from burning, smoke-filled home
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City firefighters searched through the dark smoke of a burning home and rescued a man who was in extreme danger Thursday.Fire crews rushed to the 3200 block of Southwest 48th Street at 11:45 a.m. after being alerted to a house on fire. Mustang police searching for missing womanA man was trapped inside the burning home."It was a very smoky atmosphere. We were told that the firefighters could not see the victim at all – they could only feel him," said Ba
  • COVID-19 takes teen's parents ahead of the holidays

    COVID-19 takes teen's parents ahead of the holidays
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) -- Losing a loved one is never easy, but for Allison Brady, COVID-19 took the loss to an almost inconceivable level.The 17-year-old thought her worst fears were realized when she and her parents all got sick with the coronavirus. Then the nightmare struck not once, but twice."My mom was the first one to get sick," Allison said thinking back, struggling to place the times and dates. Allison recalled it was eight days before her 17th birthday when her world was turned upside
  • Mustang police searching for missing woman

    Mustang police searching for missing woman
    MUSTANG, Okla. (KFOR) – Mustang police are asking for the public's help locating a missing woman.Kayla StillionsKayla Stillions, 22, hasn't been seen or heard from since 7:20 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29.She is described as 6 feet tall, approximately 170 pounds and as having shoulder-length strawberry blonde hair. She also has a tattoo of a red balloon on her right ankle.Please call the Mustang Police Department at (405) 376-2488 if you see Stillions or have any information regarding her whereabou
  • Bob Stoops gets boost in pay for interim duties as search for OU head coach continues

    Bob Stoops gets boost in pay for interim duties as search for OU head coach continues
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Oklahoma interim head football coach Bob Stoops is set to receive a one-time payment of $325,000 for his postseason coaching contribution, including recruiting.University President Joe Harroz said Stoops tried to decline it twice, so they stopped asking him and are giving it to him anyway. Stoops is stepping in as the interim head coach following the departure of Lincoln Riley, trying to stabilize the program until a new hire is made."I'm really glad that Stoops stepped fo
  • Oklahoma man scammed out of hundreds of dollars in 'bait and switch' scheme

    Oklahoma man scammed out of hundreds of dollars in 'bait and switch' scheme
    OKLAHOMA (KFOR) – Purcell and Davis police departments are warning about an age-old scheme after a man was scammed out of hundreds of dollars."They're just preying on people. They're just predators," said Chief Dan Cooper with the Davis Police Department."Don't buy things from people out in parking lots," said Detective Sergeant Scott Stephens with the Purcell Police Department. "Because you never know for sure what you're going to be getting." New details released after drug, prostitution
  • Gov. Stitt makes Rogers County judicial appointment

    Gov. Stitt makes Rogers County judicial appointment
    ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. (KFOR) – Gov. Kevin Stitt appointed an assistant district attorney to serve as Rogers County Associate District Judge. Oklahoma Attorney General sues over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employeesSusan NighStitt announced on Thursday that he appointed Susan Nigh to the position.“Susan has a proven track record as an experienced and talented attorney,” Stitt said. “I have great confidence that as a judge, Susan will uphold the law and
  • UPDATE: Pedestrian dies from injuries after struck by 2 vehicles in Oklahoma City

    UPDATE: Pedestrian dies from injuries after struck by 2 vehicles in Oklahoma City
    UPDATE: Authorities said the pedestrian, a woman, died after being struck by two vehicles in the 6400 block of South Sooner Road..Original StoryOKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A pedestrian died after being struck by a vehicle in Oklahoma City Thursday afternoon.The pedestrian was hit by the vehicle in the 6400 block of South Sooner Road at around 4:30 p.m. Oklahoma woman pleads guilty to wrong-way crash that killed 4 people near El RenoA law enforcement official confirmed to KFOR that the victim, a
  • Pedestrian dies from injuries after struck by vehicle in Oklahoma City

    Pedestrian dies from injuries after struck by vehicle in Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A pedestrian died after being struck by a vehicle in Oklahoma City Thursday afternoon.The pedestrian was hit by the vehicle in the 6400 block of South Sooner Road at around 4:30 p.m.A law enforcement official confirmed to KFOR that the victim, an adult, died.The official said the motorist who struck the pedestrian remained at the scene.No further details were released.This is a developing situation. More information will be provided once available.
  • Former mortgage company president sentenced to 104 months in federal prison, pay more than $51.8 million in restitution following fraud plea

    Former mortgage company president sentenced to 104 months in federal prison, pay more than $51.8 million in restitution following fraud plea
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A former president of an Oklahoma City-based mortgage company has been sentenced to serve 104 months in prison and pay $51,861,806.40 in restitution to victims for defrauding locally-based banks, Fannie Mae, homeowners, and others over the course of three years.Officials say 70-year-old Ronald J. McCord was the former president of First Mortgage Company, an Oklahoma City-based mortgage lending and loan servicing company.According to the federal indictment,
  • Former mortgage company president sentenced to 104 months in federal prison, pay more than $51.8 million in restitution

    Former mortgage company president sentenced to 104 months in federal prison, pay more than $51.8 million in restitution
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A former president of an Oklahoma City-based mortgage company has been sentenced to serve 104 months in prison and pay $51,861,806.40 in restitution to victims for defrauding locally-based banks, Fannie Mae, homeowners, and others over the course of three years.Officials say 70-year-old Ronald J. McCord was the former president of First Mortgage Company, an Oklahoma City-based mortgage lending and loan servicing company.According to the federal indictment,
  • Oklahoma Attorney General sues over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employees

    Oklahoma Attorney General sues over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employees
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Today, the State of Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration to stop its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal employees and the National Guard.The Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General has asked a federal court to grant a Temporary Restraining Order and/or preliminary injunction followed by a permanent injunction, preventing the enforcement of the vaccine mandate. Senator Lankford challenges Department of Defense’s pay cuts for Na
  • Attorney General O'Connor sues over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employees

    Attorney General O'Connor sues over COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military and federal employees
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Today, the State of Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration to stop its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal employees and the National Guard.The Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General has asked a federal court to grant a Temporary Restraining Order and/or preliminary injunction followed by a permanent injunction, preventing the enforcement of the vaccine mandate. Senator Lankford challenges Department of Defense’s pay cuts for Na
  • Father in Oklahoma County Jail after child found in filthy home

    Father in Oklahoma County Jail after child found in filthy home
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A northwest Oklahoma City father is now in jail and a child is in DHS custody after a welfare check of a home found it to be filthy.“As it turns out, this ended up being what is often times referred to as a house of squalor,” said MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondA 911 call from a woman inside a home near 178th and Western prompted Oklahoma City police to check the welfare o
  • New numbers suggest nearly 1 in 40 US children affected by autism

    New numbers suggest nearly 1 in 40 US children affected by autism
    (The Hill) - New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show nearly 1 in 40 U.S. children are affected by autism.Data from 2018 published in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Surveillance Summaries on Thursday showed that 2.3 percent of 8-year-old children were affected by autism.Previous data published in March said only 1.9 percent of eight-year-old children in the U.S. had been diagnosed with autism.The CDC emphasized the in
  • Colorado confirms case of omicron variant

    Colorado confirms case of omicron variant
    DENVER (AP) - Colorado became the third U.S. state to detect a case of the omicron variant in a woman who had recently traveled to Africa, state health officials announced Thursday.The Colorado case comes after two other confirmed omicron variant cases were found in California and Minnesota. Minnesota man tests positive for omicron after visiting NY for conventionOfficials in Colorado detected the new case in a woman who is a resident of Arapahoe County, an area just east of Denver.
    She recently
  • Oklahomans invited to join Fort Sill Candlelight Stroll

    Oklahomans invited to join Fort Sill Candlelight Stroll
    FORT SILL, Okla. (KFOR) – A special tradition returns to Fort Sill this Sunday, and Oklahomans are invited to participate.The annual Fort Sill Candlelight Stroll will begin at 5:30 p.m., with groups of 20 taking a walking tour of historic Old Post Quadrangle, which has original Fort Sill buildings that date back to the 1870s. Oklahoma sergeant killed during Korean War identifiedVolunteers will be dressed up in period costumes at the Guardhouse, the Cavalry Barracks, Sherman House, which is
  • OCCHD: 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in Oklahoma County

    OCCHD: 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in Oklahoma County
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - The Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) says more than 1 million COVID-19 doses have been administered in Oklahoma County.
    "The agency is grateful to the many partners that helped Oklahoma County reach this milestone," said OCCHD. "The county continues to lead the state with our vaccination rate."As of Nov. 30, more than 70% of Oklahoma County residents age 12 and older are fully vaccinated.Omicron and delta spell return of unpopular restrictions“This has
  • Toxins found in disposable plastic face masks may harm humans and the environment

    Toxins found in disposable plastic face masks may harm humans and the environment
    SWANSEA, United Kingdom (StudyFinds.org) - Since the pandemic, the demand for disposable plastic face masks (DPFs) has soared. In 2020, production facilities, mainly in China, produced over 52 billion masks – some up to 450 million per day. Although they are “single-use” items, estimates show it could take up to 450 years for face masks to degrade. Making matters worse, a recent study finds these masks may be spreading harmful toxins into the environment. New details relea
  • Where can I watch The Grinch in 2021?

    Where can I watch The Grinch in 2021?
    (NEXSTAR) – Everyone loves some version of The Grinch.Whether you prefer the 1966 classic, Jim Carrey’s 2000 live action version, or the 2018 version voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, we won’t judge you here. Here’s how you can stay at The Grinch’s famous cave in UtahEach version can be found on various cable and broadcast channels, according to the Countdown to Christmas Movie Database:How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)Saturday, December 11, 7 and 7:30 p.m. &mdas
  • Police officer accused of raping woman he arrested for DWI

    Police officer accused of raping woman he arrested for DWI
    ISLETA PUEBLO, N.M. (KRQE) -- A New Mexico police officer is accused of raping a drunken-driving suspect while taking her to jail, and the alleged victim said she felt she had no choice, fearing he would add charges or worse.
    Leon Martin, 22, was arrested Tuesday by New Mexico State Police. They said Martin, who worked for the Isleta Police Department, admitted to having sex with the woman.New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondThe woman reported the assault last week at a h
  • Here's how you can stay at The Grinch's famous cave in Utah

    Here's how you can stay at The Grinch's famous cave in Utah
    WHO-VILLE (KTVX) - For those who have ever found themselves obsessing over Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," there is now an opportunity to stay at the Grinch's famous cave this holiday season.
    Beginning Dec. 3 until Dec 23, guests will be able to book the multi-level 5,700 square-foot rocky residence just outside Boulder, Utah. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondDesigners have brought the classic Dr. Seuss story to life by constructing the Grinch's rocky resi
  • Burger King offering 37-cent Whoppers for 2 days only

    Burger King offering 37-cent Whoppers for 2 days only
    (NEXSTAR) – Hear ye, hear ye: His Majesty, the Burger King, is lowering the price of his iconic Whopper sandwiches for the Burger Kingdom’s most loyal subjects.On Friday, Dec. 3, and Saturday, Dec. 4, Burger King restaurants nationwide will be serving Whoppers for their original price of just 37 cents. The deal comes with a catch, however — it’s only available to Burger King Royal Perks members who order via the Burger King app or website. McDonald’s brings back Hol
  • CDC ramps up surveillance at 4 US airports

    CDC ramps up surveillance at 4 US airports
    ATLANTA (NewsNation Now) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has started offering free COVID-19 tests for passengers arriving from certain southern African countries in an effort to boost detection of the new omicron variant.The U.S is beefing up testing surveillance at arrival terminals at four international airports: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, John F. Kennedy in New York, Newark Liberty in New Jersey and San Francisco. The tests are voluntary.The news comes as the fir
  • Andrea Bocelli coming to Oklahoma City

    Andrea Bocelli coming to Oklahoma City
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - World-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli announced new US tour dates, including a stop in Oklahoma City.Bocelli's performance in Oklahoma City marks his first performance ever in the Sooner State and he will be joined by the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondBocelli will perform at the Paycom Center in Oklahoma City on June 23, 2022.
    Tickets for the concerts go on sale to the public Monday, Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. Minnesot
  • Toys R Us to open new 'interactive' two-story store

    Toys R Us to open new 'interactive' two-story store
    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. (NEXSTAR) -- Do you miss walking into that big Toys R Us store, complete with a backward "R" in the signage, and seeing more toys than your eyes could believe? You can soon have that feeling again, with new features including an ice cream parlor and a two-story slide.Toys R Us will open a new two-story flagship store in American Dream, an entertainment/retail center in Bergen County, New Jersey, the retailer's parent company, WHP Global, has announced.New details released aft
  • Man with gun prompts police response outside United Nations in Manhattan: police

    Man with gun prompts police response outside United Nations in Manhattan: police
    MANHATTAN - A man armed with a gun seen pacing outside the United Nations Thursday has promoted a large police response and caused massive traffic delays in Midtown.Police vehicles and officers were seen near East 42nd Street and First Avenue, outside the UN. The livestream at the top of this story shows the response.The situation was first reported around 11 a.m.
    As of 12:20 p.m., the man was still in a standoff with police as he held the gun to his chest and pointed the barrel up toward his he
  • Man with gun prompts police response outside United Nations in Manhattan: NYPD

    Man with gun prompts police response outside United Nations in Manhattan: NYPD
    MANHATTAN - A man armed with a gun seen pacing outside the United Nations Thursday has promoted a large police response and caused massive traffic delays in Midtown.Police vehicles and officers were seen near East 42nd Street and First Avenue, outside the UN. The livestream at the top of this story shows the response.The situation was first reported around 11 a.m.
    As of 12:20 p.m., the man was still in a standoff with police as he held the gun to his chest and pointed the barrel up toward his he
  • Armed man surrenders after hourslong standoff outside United Nations: NYPD

    Armed man surrenders after hourslong standoff outside United Nations: NYPD
    Breaking update: A man who had been armed with a gun as he paced in front of the United Nations for nearly three hours has surrendered to police.Original post:
    MANHATTAN - A man armed with a gun seen pacing outside the United Nations Thursday has promoted a large police response and caused massive traffic delays in Midtown.Police vehicles and officers were seen near East 42nd Street and First Avenue, outside the UN. The livestream at the top of this story shows the response.The situation was fir
  • McDonald’s brings back Holiday Pie, but only in select regions

    McDonald’s brings back Holiday Pie, but only in select regions
    (NEXSTAR) – Glazed hams and Yule logs are all well and good, but is it really Christmas without a mouthful of custard-filled fast-food pie?McDonald’s doesn’t think so.Just in time for the holidays, Mickey D’s is bringing back its Holiday Pie — a vanilla custard-filled pie topped with a sugary glaze and festive sprinkles. The item, introduced over two decades ago, has since developed a cult following among McDonald’s fans, thanks partly to its limited seasonal
  • Minnesota man tests positive for omicron after visiting NY for convention

    Minnesota man tests positive for omicron after visiting NY for convention
    MINNESOTA (KDVR) – The Minnesota Department of Health announced Thursday that a man who had traveled to New York City has tested positive for the omicron variant of COVID-19.It’s the second known case of the COVID-19 omicron variant in the nation at this time, reported sister station KRON. The MDH said the variant was found through the variant surveillance program.OSDH: 1,620 new COVID-19 cases in OklahomaThe man, who was vaccinated, developed mild symptoms on Nov. 22 and was tested
  • OSDH: 1,620 new COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma

    OSDH: 1,620 new COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma
    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – State health leaders say the state saw a dramatic jump in the number of new COVID-19 cases on Thursday.On Thursday, data from the Oklahoma State Department of Health shows that the state has had 669,132 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since March of 2020. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondThat’s an increase of 1,620 cases since Wednesday, Dec.1.At this point, officials believe there are 8,525 active cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma.
  • Jussie Smollett's brother says the actor is innocent

    Jussie Smollett's brother says the actor is innocent
    CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Jussie Smollett's brother says the actor's career was flourishing at the time of the attack he's accused of staging, and he didn’t need to stage a crime to boost his career.
    Jojo Smollett joined "Morning in America" to clear misconceptions surrounding the former “Empire” actor's report that two brothers assaulted him in a homophobic and racist attack in January 2019.Police department in McClain County warns about bait & switch scam
  • Eddie Mekka of "Laverne & Shirley" dies at 69: Reports

    Eddie Mekka of "Laverne & Shirley" dies at 69: Reports
    (NEXSTAR) - Eddie Mekka, well-known for his role as Carmine, the 'Big Ragu' on "Laverne & Shirley," has died. He was 69.
    Mekka passed away at his home in Newhall, Cali., on Saturday, his brother Warren Mekjian tells TMZ. A cause of death has not been shared. Mekjian says Mekka had recently been hospitalized for blood clots.New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondFrom 1976 to 1983, Mekka played Carmine, Shirley's boyfriend, on "Laverne & Shirley." He was also nominated
  • Oklahoma sergeant killed during Korean War identified

    Oklahoma sergeant killed during Korean War identified
    NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) - A soldier killed during the Korean War has finally been accounted for more than 70 years after his death.The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced that Army Master Sgt. James L. Quong was accounted for on June 18, 2020. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondQuong was an Army Reserve captain in World War II but gave up his commission to join the regular Army as a master sergeant in the Korean War.The 30-year-old from Norman was a member of Compan
  • Jacqueline Avant, wife of music legend Clarence Avant, shot and killed in Beverly Hills

    Jacqueline Avant, wife of music legend Clarence Avant, shot and killed in Beverly Hills
    (KTLA) -- Jacqueline Avant, the wife of music legend Clarence Avant, was shot and killed during an apparent home invasion robbery at a Beverly Hills home early Wednesday, Netflix confirmed to multiple outlets.Police responded to a report of a shooting around 2:23 a.m. in the 1100 block of Maytor Place, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondOfficers arrived to find one person suffering from a gunshot wound. The person was tak
  • Biden to announce insurance reimbursements for at-home COVID-19 tests

    Biden to announce insurance reimbursements for at-home COVID-19 tests
    (The Hill) -- President Joe Biden will announce Thursday that Americans with private insurance will be able to receive reimbursements for at-home COVID-19 diagnostic tests as part of a broader plan to combat the omicron and delta variants.The White House said that departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and the Treasury will issue guidance by mid-January clarifying that Americans with private insurance will be able to seek reimbursement for the costs of the at-home tests during the publi
  • Miller High Life selling 'Gingerbread Dive Bar' kits with beer-infused walls

    Miller High Life selling 'Gingerbread Dive Bar' kits with beer-infused walls
    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — If you're looking for a twist on the traditional gingerbread house, Miller High Life is offering a Gingerbread Dive Bar Kit, complete with beer-infused walls.The brand that bills itself as "The Champagne of Beers" states that their version of the holiday classic is "a bit less North Pole and a bit more Milwaukee." New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondThe kit includes Miller High Life wall art made of sugar, a tiny jukebox, and an edib
  • Founder of conservative Christian Daystar Television Network dies after contracting COVID

    Founder of conservative Christian Daystar Television Network dies after contracting COVID
    DALLAS (AP) — Marcus Lamb, CEO and founder of the conservative Christian Daystar Television Network who was outspoken against COVID-19 vaccines, has died at age 64 after contracting the virus.
    Daystar confirmed his death Tuesday.New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondLamb’s relatives have spoken over the past month about his battle with the virus. His wife, Joni, said he had diabetes and was hospitalized after his oxygen levels dropped.Lamb and Daystar, which is
  • Debt collectors can now contact you on social media, text you

    Debt collectors can now contact you on social media, text you
    (NewsNation Now) — Debt collectors can now slide into your DMs as a way to get your attention about missed payments.
    New rules implemented by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Tuesday now allow collection agencies to email, text and direct message people on social media to track you down about outstanding debts. New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondHowever, there are limits. Debt collectors don't need your permission to reach out but they must identify
  • Photos: Cardboard Christmas tree display is the talk of New Jersey town

    Photos: Cardboard Christmas tree display is the talk of New Jersey town
    ASBURY PARK, N.J. (AP) — It has been called beautiful, awesome and brilliant, a transcendent work of art that reimagines the holiday experience with local touches of the Jersey Shore.It also has been called ridiculous, ugly and hideous, something akin to a pile of Amazon shipping boxes or a giant cat-scratching post.Good grief! New details released after drug, prostitution bust in EdmondA fresh-cut natural Christmas tree usually graces the Grand Arcade at Convention Hall on Asbury Park's h
  • To fight Omicron, Biden to add travel rules, make at-home COVID tests free

    To fight Omicron, Biden to add travel rules, make at-home COVID tests free
    (NewsNation Now) — President Joe Biden kicked off a more urgent campaign for Americans to get COVID-19 booster shots Thursday as he unveiled his winter plans for combating coronavirus and concerns about the omicron virus variant.
    The plan includes a requirement for private insurers to cover the cost of at-home COVID-19 tests and a tightening of testing requirements for people entering the U.S. regardless of their vaccination status. But as some other nations c

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