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OSBI Arrest Suspect in Bristow Wal-Mart Heist

OSBI filed charges today against two more people involved in the Wal-Mart heist that happened July 4th in Bristow. More>>

PTA Protests State Testing Video included

Students, put down your pencils, because several of your parents have had their patience tested to the breaking point."The number of tests that we're giving our students is out of control," said Oklahoma PTA President Brenda Heigl.To test the will of state officials, the PTA has passed a resolution against high stakes tests, and is backing its members who choose to buck the system."They turn in a form to their site administrator or their district administrator saying... More>>

Reduction in Testing Means More Control for Teachers

Tulsa’s Channel 8 found out, students will still be part of the controversial state testing that has caused some parents to show concern. More>>

Attorneys Say Security Guard Who Shot Man Was High on Marijuana Video included

It’s been just over a month since 21-year-old Monroe Bird III passed away. He died four months after a security guard for the Deerfield Estates apartment complex shot him. “Once he processed he was in the hospital and he was like who shot me and why did he shoot me. And then learning he was paralyzed,” said Zondra Magness, Bird’s mother.Authorities said Bird backed into security guard Ricky Stone’s with his car.  Stone had confronted Bird in the apart... More>>

Red Cross In Need Of Blood Donations Video included

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    The American Red Cross has issued an urgent call for blood donors.  The agency says it is facing a critical shortage of several blood types.    Overall donations have been down this summer.  The Red Cross says there have been approximately 500 fewer donations per month in June and July than the previous 10 months of the year.    More>>

Candidates for First GOP Debate Announced

Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina are running for president. Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina are running for president.

Ten candidates. Two hours. One goal: survive the first Republican presidential debate.A slate of governors, senators and other presidential contenders is set to gather in Cleveland to debate each other for the first time this election cycle.Fox News will host the debate this Thursday at 9 p.m. for the newly-unveiled candidates who are polling in the top 10 in an average of five recent national polls.Here's who's in and who's out:WHO'S ON THE STAGE?Donald TrumpJeb BushSc... More>>

Kermit and Miss Piggy Announce Separation

Fozzy Bear, Kermit, Piggy and Gonzo Fozzy Bear, Kermit, Piggy and Gonzo

Amidst all the celebrity break-ups, comes another.Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy announced Tuesday via Twitter they are calling it quits.The official statement, released by both parties states:"After careful thought, thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling, we have made the difficult decision to terminate our romantic relationship. We will continue to work together on television ("The Muppets" Tuesdays 8/7c this fall on ABC) and in all media now known or her... More>>

Zeppelin Says Good-bye to Green Country

On Friday, August 7, Tulsa's Channel 8 will say goodbye to Tulsa's very first female chief meteorologist, Jennifer Zeppelin. Zeppelin and her family are moving to Omaha, Nebraska, where her husband has accepted a job as Chief Communications and Marketing Officer at Creighton University. He previously worked at the Oklahoma State University Foundation in Stillwater.  She says leaving Oklahoma is bittersweet. "I have gained many new friends while in Tulsa, esp... More>>

Study Gives Oklahoma D- on Women’s Health Issues

Study Gives Oklahoma D- on Women’s Health Issues

A woman’s research group said that Oklahoma has seen the largest increase in poor mental health days for women.Overall, the group gave Oklahoma a failing grade, D-, for health issues when it comes to women.The ‘Institute for Women’s Policy Research’ studied different health issues when it comes to women, including heart disease mortality rates, breast cancer mortality rates, and lung cancer mortality rates.  Researchers also collected information on ho... More>>

Testing Cut At TPS By 54% Video included

For kids out there dreading that phrase 'back to school,' take heart, this year you'll see a lot less testing."We will be decreasing the amount of time that students in Tulsa public schools spend on district required assessments by 54%," said Tulsa School Superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist, implementing the recommendations of Tulsa teachers who evaluated and compared the current roster of district tests."We were able to spend a lot of time discussing what felt n... More>>

Corporation Commission Issues New Well Guidelines

New Disposal Well Rules New Disposal Well Rules

    The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is imposing new guidelines on oil and natural gas disposal well operations in response to a rise in earthquake activity in northern Oklahoma and southern Logan counties.    The commission that regulates the oil and gas industry announced the new rules Monday.  Under the guidelines, the amount of wastewater a disposal well can handle from oil and gas operations is being reduced.     More>>

Fight to Defund Planned Parenthood Blocked

Bill to defund Planned Parenthood blocked in Senate Bill to defund Planned Parenthood blocked in Senate

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate has blocked a Republican effort to shut off federal funds for Planned Parenthood.    Monday's vote followed the release of videos secretly recorded by an anti-abortion group showing Planned Parenthood officials describing how they sometimes provide aborted fetal tissue for researchers.    The vote was 53-46 to end Democratic delaying tactics about the bill. That was seven short of the 60 votes the GOP needed.   &n... More>>

Man Who Brought Coffee To Millions Dies at 91

Founder of Mr. Coffee brand died Saturday Founder of Mr. Coffee brand died Saturday

CLEVELAND (AP) - Vincent Marotta, one of the co-founders of the iconic Mr. Coffee brand that helped revolutionize how Americans make their morning brew, died Saturday at his home in suburban Cleveland. He was 91.    Marotta and business partner Samuel Glazer turned Mr. Coffee into a household name after asking two engineers to create a drip brewing system like those found in restaurants. The brand's fortunes received a boost when Marotta persuaded retired New York Ya... More>>

Bever Brothers First Appearance Court Monday

Michael Bever Michael Bever

Attorneys for the Bever brothers entered not guilty pleas for the duo Monday morning.The brothers appeared in front of the judge via video conference.18-year-old Robert and his 16-year-old brother Michael are charged with the murders of their parents 52-year-old David, 44-year-old April and three of their siblings.They are also charged with assault and battery with intent to kill for stabbing their 13-year-old sister who survived the attack.There is a protection order hearing scheduled... More>>

Fourth Person Dies after Wrong-Way Crash on Highway 75

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says three people died in a wrong-way crash on Highway 75 early Saturday morning.Around 3:00am Saturday, OHP received a call of a crash on the highway. On scene they say a 2006 Honda Civic was driving south in the northbound lanes of 75 and collided with a motorcycle.Troopers say both people on the motorcycle died on scene. The driver was identified as 32-year-old Brandon Dale Allen of Sperry. The passenger’s name has not been released.According to Tro... More>>

Child Killed in Triple Ejection Rollover Accident on HWY 169

Traffic on Highway 169 northbound is at a stand still north of 81st street.Police and emergency crews are working the scene of two rollover wrecks. One wreck happened on 169 northbound near 75st St.  The other happened on 169 southbound after the first near the same area.In the first wreck, three people were ejected from the vehicle.The second wreck did not impact traffic. Southbound highway 169 is moving smoothly.Tulsa's Channel 8 has a crew on scene and is working to br... More>>

Tulsa Police Release Video of Stolen Car Chase

Tulsa police arrested a man and his girlfriend for stealing a car on Wednesday and it was all caught on video.28-year-old Deaon Stoddard and his 25-year-old Danielle Bell were arrested for stealing a car, possessing illegal drugs, and eluding police.  Stoddard was driving a 2010 Nissan Altima near 31st and 129th.  Police attempted to stop Stoddard but bailed out of their chase because of the dangerous speeds.  Tulsa police followed the pursuit from their helicopter.Stodd... More>>

Checotah Police Officer Arrested on Complaint of Drug Possession

EUFAULA, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation says agents have arrested a Checotah police officer on a complaint of obtaining a controlled dangerous substance by fraud.    The OSBI says 35-year-old K9 Officer Matthew Benton LaMasters was arrested on Friday following an investigation by the OSBI and Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.    Investigators say the chief of the Checotah Police Department asked OSBI to investigate the disappearance of drugs... More>>

Police Arrest Man for Impersonating an Officer

Police arrested a man for impersonating a police officer Friday afternoon in 67th St. and Memorial. Officers responded to calls complaining of a man impersonating an officer near Woodland Hills Mall around 2 p.m.  The caller said a black SUV with Arkansas license plates was driving recklessly along Memorial Dr. while flashing red and blue lights.  Police pulled over a black SUV and arrested the driver, 31-year-old Sean Darnell.  Darnell had an outstanding warrant fo... More>>

Police Investigating Shooting Scene in Midtown Tulsa

Police are working an active scene near 33rd and S. Winston. Officers are searching for suspects in a shooting and still have their weapons drawn.Tulsa's Channel 8 has a crew on scene.  They saw a man being placed in handcuffs.  Police are not releasing much information to the media right now.  Authorities have set up a perimeter around 33rd and Winston about a block in each direction.Neighbors told Channel 8 crews they heard two shots.  They also said the neigh... More>>

Volunteers Lend Helping Hand to Vets

Pull up a chair and talk. Words that can make a military veteran smile. More>>

OKC bombing judge asks FBI where Terry Nichols' guns are

if the FBI still has about 10 guns that belong to Terry Nichols.Read the motion from Judge MatschNichols was convicted of helping Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh carry out his plan in April 1995.In a handwritten request to the court, Nichols says the guns that were seized could be used toward paying child support and should be released. He writes the guns "had nothing to with the Oklahoma City (OKC) bombing, none were used in the bombing, nor was the bomb set off by any ... More>>

Checotah Police Officer Arrested

Agents arrest a Checotah Police Officer on a complaint of obtaining a controlled dangerous substance.OSBI Agents say 35-year-old Matthew LaMasters, a K9 Officer with the Checotah Police Department, was booked into the McIntosh County Jail this weekend.According to a press released from OSBI, the arrest was part of a month-long investigation.The release says, “The Checotah police chief requested OSBI investigate missing drugs.”OSBI and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics worked... More>>

2 killed in 3-vehicle collision on turnpike in Rogers County

CATOOSA, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says two people have died in a three-vehicle collision that occurred when one of the vehicles traveled eastbound in the westbound lanes of the Will Rogers Turnpike in Rogers County.    Troopers say the collision occurred shortly after 6 p.m. Friday less than a mile west of Catoosa. The victims were identified as 32-year-old Crystal Lopez of Tulsa and 40-year-old George Landing of Broken Arrow. The patrol says each of the ... More>>

Bever Brothers Charged With First Degree Murder Video included

Robert Bever Robert Bever

Two brothers are charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of their parents and three siblings.18-year-old Robert Bever and his 16-year-old brother Michael Bever are also charged with assault and battery with intent to kill for stabbing their 13-year-old sister who survived the attack.Michael will be charged as an adult under Oklahoma state law.The Bever brothers were booked into the Tulsa county jail one week ago.Their parents, 52-year-old David, 44-year-old April ... More>>

Bever Brothers Begin Legal Process

Officially charged with multiple murders in a brutally shocking crime for both its number of victims and method of death, attention now turns to the defense of Robert and Michael Bever.   "One question I'm asked all the time, 'How do you sleep at night?'" said attorney Mark Cagle. He is not their attorney, but as a criminal defense lawyer, who's been a part of such cases as the Hicks Park murders, he's got an insight few people have at a time lik... More>>

Will Rogers Turnpike Westbound Lanes Back Open After Fatal Accident

Oklahoma Highway Patrol is on scene of a fatal collision on the Will Rogers Turnpike.OHP says it was a two vehicle accident and westbound lanes are  backed up and is being diverted at the Verdigris exit at mile marker 248.Officials say there was fatalities in the wreck. More>>

Task Force Works To Bring F-35's To Air National Guard Base In Tulsa

F-35 Task Force F-35 Task Force

    A big effort is underway to get the new F-35 Lightning II fighter jets stationed at the Air National Guard base in Tulsa.    The governor established a task force to work on the project.  The group outlined their goals at the National Guard base on Friday.    Only 5 or 6 locations will be chosen for the jets.    If Tulsa is selected it would have a big economic impact on the community.   More>>

Suspect Arrested in Deadly Shooting

Tulsa Police arrested a suspect in a deadly shooting early Friday morning. More>>

Car crashes into U.S. Capitol barricade

U.S. Capitol Police on scene in Washington, D.C. after a car crashed into the Capitol's South Barricade on Friday, July 31, 2015. (WJLA) U.S. Capitol Police on scene in Washington, D.C. after a car crashed into the Capitol's South Barricade on Friday, July 31, 2015. (WJLA)

WASHINGTON (WJLA) - A car crashed into the South Barricade of the U.S. Capitol Building Friday morning.The driver, Antonio Pierorazio, who was the car's only occupant, is in custody. U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) confirm the vehicle struck the barricade, but did not enter the secure perimeter.The car is a red Nissan Altima with Florida tags. USCP says the vehicle has been cleared of hazards and has been towed from the scene.Police have identified the male driver that struck the barric... More>>

Tulsa Police Search For Suspect in Shooting

TPD investigating North Tulsa shooting TPD investigating North Tulsa shooting

Tulsa Police are searching for two suspects in a shooting in North Tulsa.The call went out around 8 a.m. Friday morning of gunshots in the 600 block of East 55th Place North.Police said three people were in the house where one man was shot. Two of them told investigators they heard gunshots.The man was shot three times in the chest.Witnesses told police they saw a man and a woman leave the scene. The man is described as a white male aged 40-50 and thin. The woman is average build ... More>>

Tulsa Fire Museum Becoming Reality

The dream of building a place to honor Tulsa firefighters is becoming reality.It’s happening thanks to a generous donor who bought the property on behalf of the department.Fire officials said they've had their eye on this specific building for the past 10 years because it's part of the department's history. The Tulsa Fire Alarm Building east of downtown was the department's dispatch center for 50 years. After they moved out it was vandalized and damaged in a flood... More>>

Vacant House Destroyed by Fire

A house was destroyed Friday morning near Sapulpa.Fire crews worked to extinguish the flames around midnight at the vacant home near 62nd and 41st West Avenue.Firefighters were able to keep it from spreading to the next house.  They haven't determined a cause for the fire, but said there were no utilities running to the house. More>>

Tulsa Police Raid East Tulsa Hotel

Police conducted a major crime sweep at an east Tulsa motel overnight.The raid happened at the Tonight Inn and Suites near Memorial and Admiral Place. More>>

City of Bicycles & Giant Statues Video included

You've seen them on Riverside for years now, those popular pink bikes, a concept which could soon be traveling downtown."It's one of those things that is about time that it happen," said Jennifer Haddaway of INCOG, unveiling a bike share proposal for vision 2025."The first phase would be about 12 stations and 108 bikes, mostly in the downtown area," she said.$2.5 million is the price tag, which would also include a second phase."Another 12 stations, ano... More>>

UPDATE: TPD Issue Arrest Warrant for Suspect in North Tulsa Shooting Death

 Tulsa Police are on scene of  a shooting that sent two people to the hospital.Officials responded to a drive-by shooting call shortly after 3:40 p.m. at 46th and MLK Blvd. More>>

Rogers County 911 Center in Sheriff's Hands

The Rogers County 911 Center is now under new management, with the county sheriff’s department taking over. Earlier this week the Rogers County commissioners fired the 911 director. Today they made it official with a special meeting that the sheriff, Scott Walton and his office were in charge.The new Rogers County 911 Center has only been open about 18 months, but Sheriff Scott Walton tells Tulsa’s Channel 8 there have been problems.“We found past due bills that ... More>>

OSU Adds NFL Experience To Coaching Staff Video included

New Running Backs coach Marcus Arroyo comes to Stillwater from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. More>>

EMSAcare Enrollment Begins August 1st

EMSAcare Program EMSAcare Program

    EMSA is reminding Tulsa residents that August is the month to enroll or opt out of its EMSAcare Program.    The program can save customers money by covering the cost of ambulance service and applies to all permanent members of the household.    A monthly fee of $5.45 is added to the customer's City of Tulsa water bill.     More>>

QEP Resources Announces Closing of Tulsa Office

A natural gas supplier announced Thursday, it will be closing its regional office in Tulsa. More>>

Oklahoma youth group leader accused of soliciting sex from underage boys Video included

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An Oklahoma pastor has been arrested and accused of soliciting sexual conduct with several young boys.  More>>

Business Owners Applaud Drug And Prostitution Raid

Business owners on East Admiral are glad the a major law enforcement effort raided an area motel.Officers and Federal Agents hit the Tonight Inn & Suites at about 8 p.m. on Wednesday night.They made 6 arrests for drugs and prostitution, while confiscating weapons, $60,000 in cash and two vehicles.That stretch of Admiral is an odd mix of old-line Tulsa businesses, adult entertainment spots and older motels.That's led to some criminal issues like the problems seen at the Tonight ... More>>

Slide the City Headed for Tulsa

Slide the City coming to Tulsa Slide the City coming to Tulsa

A gigantic waterslide is headed to the Tulsa metro.Slide the city is a 1000 foot slide that travels across the country. According to the company's website, you have to be at least 5 years old to slide, but if you are under 18, your parents must sign a release.The site also says "for maximum speed and safety all sliders must have an inflatable tube to ride."When arriving at the location, you need to stop at the registration tent and pick up your wristband.The slide is... More>>

Man Fatally Shot in North Tulsa

Police are investigating a fatal shooting in North Tulsa.  Officers told Tulsa's Channel 8 it happened near Newton and North Birmingham around 5:15 a.m.Tulsa Police said it started with an argument inside the home and one man was shot.  That's when he stumbled outside and collapsed.  Emergency crews pronounced him dead at the scene.  Investigators have a good idea of who the suspect is, but haven't released a name.  They believe he is still armed. More>>

Memorial Held For Bever Family Video included

It wasn't so much the fence filled with flowers and posters and teddy bears that was difficult to take it, it was the two boxes to collect stuff for survivors, Crystal and Autumn, that hit the hardest."It's sad, it's really sad," said Michael Davis.That was the word that echoed through the crowd that gathered to pay their respects. "It's sad, that's about all I can say about it," said another man."Will you bow with me please i... More>>

Dirty Bird Bar and Grill temporarily closed due to E.Coli scare, owner working to fix well Video included

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An E. coli scare temporarily shuts down a metro bar and grill.Wednesday the owner of the Dirty Bird Bar and Grill in Newalla is desperately trying to fix her well after she says rain caused the contamination. More>>

Bever Family Remembered: Balloon Release Video included

Neighbors are gathering at the Bever home in Broken Arrow tonight, to remember the five members of the family, who were brutally murdered by two relatives in their home last week.Neighbors have organized a memorial and will release white and purple balloons.  More>>

Governor Fallin To Launch "Oklahoma Works" Tour

Gov. Mary Fallin Gov. Mary Fallin

    Gov. Mary Fallin has scheduled a series of meetings across the state with business leaders, education professionals and others to support the "Oklahoma Works" education and workforce initiative launched earlier this year.    The initiative is a prosperity-boosting project that seeks to increase educational attainment and match skilled workers with rewarding careers.  More>>

Disaster Assistance Denied For 19 Oklahoma Counties

FEMA rejects aid for 19 counties FEMA rejects aid for 19 counties

    Gov. Mary Fallin says the federal government has rejected the state's request for disaster assistance for 19 Oklahoma counties affected by severe weather, flooding and tornadoes between May 5 and June 22.     More>>

Union's Incoming 6th Graders Tour New School

New 6th graders tour Union school New 6th graders tour Union school

    The first day of the new school year is approaching soon.    Starting a new school year can be an overwhelming experience for some students.    To ease that anxiety, Union's 6th Grade Center held an open house for incoming students on Wednesday.     More>>

Lincoln Riley Talks OU's Offense, Quarterbacks Video included

Oklahoma's new offensive coordinator talks about what it will take to win the starting quarterback job for the Sooners. More>>

Child Support Amnesty Program Starts August 1

Amnesty for back child support set to begin Amnesty for back child support set to begin

Parents who owe back child support could be soon finding some relief.The Child Support Service's Amnesty in August initiative will help noncustodial parents work with their local Child Support Services office and the court to get caught up on payments.Oklahoma has more than 11,000 parents who owe past-due child support with bench warrants for not appearing at court hearings.This program is the state's first child support amnesty program in more than a decade.Anyone who is looki... More>>

Local High School Coaches Help Defeat Domestic Violence

Some area high school athletic coaches are going beyond the game to teach their athletes about domestic violence.It’s all part of a national program called “Coaching Boys Into Men."During the 12 week program they'll work one on one with a representative from Tulsa’s Domestic Violence Intervention Services.DVIS will train coaches on how to teach their athletes about developing character, building healthy relationships and preventing violence.Each week the coac... More>>

Hearing Regarding 1992 Murders Scheduled

Grover Prewitt Grover Prewitt

BRISTOW, Okla. (AP) - A hearing is scheduled Wednesday for an Oklahoma man facing a charge related to the 1992 deaths of two women and a girl whose bodies were found in a hole dug for a septic tank.    Grover Prewitt Jr. is due in Creek County District Court. He's accused of being an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder.    Prewitt was charged after the bodies of Wendy Camp; her 6-year-old daughter, Cynthia Britto; and Camp's sister-in-l... More>>

Mother Arrested, Accused of Leaving Baby in Hot Car

Owasso Police arrested a Talala woman Tuesday evening after they say she left her 1-year-old child in the car while she went into the Walmart Super center. More>>

Police Search for Man Connected to Armed Robbery of Motel

A robber is on the lose after getting away with cash from a Motel 6.  Tulsa Police said it happened Wednesday morning near 51st and 129th E. Ave.Investigators said the suspect went into the lobby when workers were switching shifts.  That's when he pulled a gun on the clerk and demanded money from the cash register.No one was hurt.  The suspect had a bandana over his face, so officers don't have much of a description. More>>

Search resumes Wednesday for duo in Cessna that collided with F-16 in Moncks Corner Video included

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Two people on board a Cessna 150 are presumed dead after the small, private plane and an F-16 Fighting Falcon collided in the sky above a Berkeley County plantation Tuesday, authorities said. More>>

Officer-Involved Shooting North of Nowata

An officer was involved in a shooting north of Nowata. Police confirm the shooting. We have a crew heading to the scene. More>>

Nepal Home Ministry raises Death Toll in Latest Quake to 36

Another earthquake is now reported from Nepal, less than three weeks after an earthquake devastated that area.The USGS says a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit just east of Nepal's capital.Four other earthquakes followed the initial quake.The smallest is a 5.0 and increases in strength to a 6.3 magnitude. More>>

10 smart ways to use an income tax refund

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Police Find Driver Who Crashed into Tulsa Tax Building, Don't Buy Her Story

Tulsa Police say they are looking for a woman after a car crashed through a building early Wednesday morning. More>>

Hundreds of Guests Evacuate Downtown Tulsa Hotel Due to Fire

A fire at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Tulsa forced the evacuation of about 300 guests early Wednesday morning. More>>

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  • Wandering Alligator Ends up on S.C. Beach

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    Ray White was on the beach in Pawleys Island Sunday when he saw a crowd of people staring at something, so he wandered over to take a look.What he saw was an alligator that had somehow made its way into the ocean, where it didn't really belong.More >>
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    Lawsuit: Deputy Handcuffed Children with ADHD at School

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  • Mike Gundy Awards Three Scholarships

    Mike Gundy Awards Three Scholarships

    Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy announced Tuesday that walk-on players Blake Jarwin, Brad Lundblade and Chad Whitener have been placed on scholarship beginning with the 2015-2016 academic year.More >>
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  • Clare Sage College Hosting its Annual Cuts for Kids

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  • Drone Used to Smuggle Drugs into Ohio Prison

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  • Candidates for First GOP Debate Announced

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    Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina are running for president.Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina are running for president.
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