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A few clouds will develop by afternoon, but the area will remain dry today.Highs will reach the upper 80s.Showers and thunderstorms will increase across the area late Wednesday night into Thursday.There could be a few strong to severe storms during that time with large hail and damaging winds being the main concern.Cooler weather returns Friday.Today: Mostly Sunny and Warm. Winds: S 5-15 mph. High: 87.Tonight: Partly Cloudy and Mild. Winds S 5-10 mph. Low: 66. More>>

Two Duncan Children Missing with Mother's Roommate

Police in Duncan, Oklahoma are searching for two children and their mother's roommate who haven't been seen since before 3:00 Monday morning. More>>

Earthquakes Hit Central Oklahoma

The US Geological Survey reports a 4.2 magnitude earthquake hit Monday evening.It happened 15 miles southwest of Perry, 21 miles southeast of Enid and about 24 miles from Guthrie.The depth of the quake was 5 km. More>>

Man Arrested After Chase with Sheriff's Deputies

Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 33-year-old man who led them on a chase through part of north Tulsa early Tuesday morning.A deputy tried to pull Justin West over around 2:30 a.m. but says West sped away, initiating the chase. Deputies say speeds got up to 60 miles per hour through residential, city streets. They say West eventually went off the road and into the backyard of a home near Pine Street and North Lewis Avenue, crashing into a detached garage. Deputies learned the home be... More>>

Mid-Week Change,Rain Returns Video included

After more than a week with no rain, the chance for showers and thunderstorms returns midweek.
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Social Media Threat Leads to School Investigation

Late last week, Broken Arrow Public Schools received word of a threat made on smartphone app, Yik Yak.

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Serving Up Justice At The Fair

It's tough to walk through the fair and not run into the law. They're on bicycles, up in that eye-in-the-sky thing, inside the Expo, outside the Expo, and even at the corn dog stands."I'm gonna get a corn dog please. Jumbo? Jumbo please," said Judge Carl Funderburk.He may look like any other fair goer, but this corn dog lover is the fair's on-site juvenile judge."I really think that kids need immediate consequences for their actions," he said.Judge Funderburk has been volunteering his judicia... More>>

Multiple Cars Crash On I-244

Traffic is backed up for miles after multiple cars crash on I-244.It happened Monday evening around 7:30.Several cars collided on I-244 near the Martin Luther King, Jr. exit.Traffic is being diverted off at the Tisdale Expressway.No word on injuries or how many cars are involved. More>>

Missing Teens From Glenpool Found

Glenpool Police say two teenagers are missing, and one of them is developmentally challenged.Officers say Breyonna McDaniel, 14, and her boyfriend Esteban Diaz, Jr., 15, are listed as runaways.McDaniel requires daily medicine that she did not take with her when they left.Officers say she has the mental capacity of a 10-year-old.Officers say they ran away Sunday, September 28th, and were last seen near the ORU campus in South Tulsa.McDaniel is 5' 4" with light brown hair, brown eyes and a slim... More>>

Tulsa Urban League Faces Funding Challenge

Financial uncertainty is forcing Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League to consider making changes to its structure or programs.
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Downtown Development Could Squeeze Out Small Businesses Video included

While downtown Tulsa is alive with new development, there's a downside to all that progress.All that that activity means higher rent payments for the existing businesses.So downtown could end-up losing a lot of the people, who give our city character. Sheena's Bakery and Deli will be closing on Friday at 2:00 pm.Owner Shenia Tillman says a big rent increase makes that location too expensive.Her rent will be climbing from $525 to $1170.Since her breakfast checks average $3 and lunch checks ave... More>>

Former Police Officer Accused of Raping Girl While on Duty

A former Wewoka police officer is accused of having sex with a teen while on duty. More>>

Trooper Accused of Rape Resigns

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper accused of rape resigned from the agency, officials confirmed Monday. More>>

DA Prepares to File Charges in Moore Beheading Video included

Prosecutors expect to charge a man in the beheading of an Oklahoma woman on Tuesday. More>>

Two Children Missing From Duncan

State Troopers say two children are missing from Duncan.Suquoyia Solomon, 6, and Dasiah Clenny, 9 months, were last seen with Brandi Nichole Boyles early Monday morning.Solomon was last seen riding a pink Barbie bike. She is a white female.Clenny needs a breathing treatment every four hours. He is a white male, last seen wearing a white onesy.Police have not released a motive or a vehicle description.Anyone with information is asked to call 911. More>>

AT&T Red River Showdown Kickoff Time Announced

OU vs. Texas is slated to kick off at approximately 11:00 a.m. CT at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, Oct. 11. The game will be broadcast on Tulsa's Channel 8.
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CTB/McGraw-Hill Withdrawals Bid for Oklahoma Testing

CTB/McGraw-Hill withdrew its bid to conduct Oklahoma's school testing after the State Board of Education voted to consider other options before giving the vendor another chance.T More>>

Democrat Challenger Joe Dorman Says He Doesn't Mind GOP Attack Ads

Eager to boost his name recognition in an uphill race for Oklahoma governor, Democratic state Rep. Joe Dorman will take any publicity he gets - even from an attack ad launched by opposing forces. More>>

Oklahoma School Leaders Frustrated With Common Core Repeal

Oklahoma school administrators remain frustrated by the Legislature's decision to repeal rigorous Common Core academic standards for public school students weeks before they were to go into effect. More>>

Police Arrest Runaway Teen After Car Break-Ins

Tulsa Police arrested a 16-year-old boy early Monday morning after they say he broke into someone's car. More>>

Truck Driver "Distracted" Before Deadly Crash with Softball Team Bus

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The driver of a semi truck that crashed into a bus carrying a college softball team from Texas says he was distracted immediately before the deadly impact on I-35 near Ardmore late Friday night. More>>

Parking Woes Familiar to Tulsa State Fair Neighbors

While thousands of people are enjoying the Tulsa State Fair, those who live nearby say this time of year is more like a nightmare. Since parking at the fairgrounds cost $10 this year, fairgoers are going to the Mayo Meadows neighborhood to find a free parking space."It's always bad," said Tommy Edwards, resident.For nearly two decades Edwards has been dealing with the chaos that comes along with the Tulsa State Fair."If you live here you can't hardly go anywhere because you lose your parking ... More>>

Thousands Turn Out For Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

On Saturday morning about 8,000 people gathered in Downtown Tulsa for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. It's an event honoring those who lost their battle with breast cancer as well as those who beat it.At the sound of the pistol, thousands started walking down Archer Street. Some people raced in pink tutu's, others in pink wigs and a pink poodle even made an appearance this year. But all the craziness is for a good cause. To find a cure for breast cancer. Among the crowd was Marolyn Allr... More>>

Man Dies After Falling From Electrical Pole In Owasso

Owasso Police say a man is dead after he fell from a power pole.It happened Saturday afternoon about 3 p.m. in the 12200 block of N 86th St. behind Rejoice Christian School.People in the area heard a loud boom and saw him falling from the tower that supports high voltage lines.The man hit the power line carrying 138,000 volts.Witnesses and medics attempted to revive the man, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.Police say they don't think he was a utility worker. They say they don't know w... More>>

Four College Softball Players Dead In Crash On I-35

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State troopers say four softball players from North Central Texas College are dead after their team bus collided with a semi truck.It happened about 9 p.m. Friday on I-35 just south of Turner Falls.The team had played Southern Nazarene University.The interstate was closed for almost 9 hours, reopening Saturday morning.Troopers say three of the women died at the scene and another died at the hospital.Fifteen others were hurt.The crash is still under investigation.The school has scheduled a new... More>>

Wounded Warrior Day Of Appreciation Supports Veterans

The Tulsa-Elks Lodge is hosting the Wounded Warrior Day of Appreciation Saturday.The fundraiser runs until 6:30 p.m.The day kicked off with a poker run, followed by a free car wash, music, food and prizes.G. I. Wishes will be on hand with pets for Vets.Support from Saturday's event will help wounded veterans.The event is located at Lodge #946 at 5335 S. Harvard. More>>

Two Dead In Crash Involving Motorcycle

State troopers say two people are dead after a crash involving a motorcycle Friday night.It happened at 6:30 on I-40 in Caddo County.Troopers say Vanessa Mendoza, 26, was driving westbound when she made a U-turn.Keiven Neufeld, 56, was eastbound on a Harley Davidson when he collided with Mendoza's truck.Mendoza's truck caught on fire, trapping her inside.Both Mendoza and Neufeld were pronounced dead on the scene.Troopers say Neufeld was not wearing a helmet.Neufeld was from Weatherford. Mendo... More>>

Oklahoma High School Football Scores

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Police: Moore Woman Beheaded In Workplace Attack Video included

The Moore Police Department says that a man beheaded a woman after a workplace dispute Thursday at a food distribution plant. More>>

Sheriff's Office Patrols Fair In Numbers

For all the old familiar sights at the Tulsa State Fair, it's always a thrill to see a new one."And the regulations and rules of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office," saidSheriff Stanley Glanz, swearing in nine new reserve deputies. Folks who perform all the duties without any of the money. Why do it?"Just giving back to my community," said Tim McCumber."Just kind of giving back to everybody," said Camilo Sanchez.Part of the key to the success that the Sheriff's office has enjoyed at the fair? ... More>>

PTA President Joins Call for Superintendent Janet Barresi to Resign

The president of the Oklahoma PTA has joined in calling for the resignation of state school Superintendent Janet Barresi. More>>

Police: Deadly Crash Result of Road Rage

Police say a road rage incident ended in a deadly crash in south Tulsa.
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Tulsa Flights Delayed and Canceled due to Fire at Chicago Air Traffic Site

A fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control facility that shut down the city's two airports Friday was intentionally set by a contract employee, police said. More>>

Water Line Break Creates Slowdown in West Tulsa

Tulsa city crews were on scene of a water line break in west Tulsa early Friday morning.The line was a small one. The break was in a backyard near 61st and South Union Avenue.However, crews working to make repairs with heavy equipment were blocking part Union Avenue just south of West 61st Street.Traffic was still moving through the area in the southbound lanes, though there was some slowdown there.No word on how long crews would be on scene making those repairs. More>>

Fewer Free Parking Spots At Fair

The signs of the Tulsa State Fair, funnel cakes, inflatable prizes, and paid parking only."It's $10 dollars, ok," said a fair worker.This year finding a free space is not only more of a challenge, for some it's more confusing."I thought it was before 5, ok but that's on the infield," said one patron.This year, the only free parking on the fairgrounds is inside the old racetrack, and then only before 5, and then only during the weekdays."The easiest way to remember it is, if the fair transit s... More>>

State Reconsiders School Testing Vendors

The State Board of Education is considering a company to do school testing.  More>>

Lawmaker, Board Member Call for Janet Barresi's Resignation Video included

A freshman Republican legislator from Stroud is renewing his call for Superintendent Janet Barresi to resign. More>>

Oklahoma Leaders Crack Down On "Smurfs"

Leaders from all over Oklahoma are coming together to stop "Smurfs." A smurf is someone who buys medicine containing psuedoephedrine to sell to someone making meth.The state attorney general is partnering with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, the state's Chamber of Commerce and pharmacy associations to keep drugs out of criminals' hands.Pharmacies all over the state will put up signs to warn smurfs of the serious consequences of re-selling drugs.The project kicked off at the Economy Pharmacy... More>>

Ex-Tulsa Sheriff's Deputy Accused of Sexual Assault Pleads Not Guilty

A former Tulsa sheriff's deputy has pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of sexually assaulting two women while on duty. More>>

Attorney General Eric Holder to Resign

Attorney General Eric Holder is resigning after heading the Justice Department for six years. More>>

Man Arrested After Woman is Beaten and Kidnapped

An 18-year-old Tulsa man is in jail after police say he beat his girlfriend, threatened to kill her and shot at her sister. More>>

Tulsa Jimmy John's Restaurant Reporting Possible Credit Card Breach

Jimmy John's is reporting a possible breach of debit and credit card data.The sandwich chain says 216 of their stores appear to be impacted, including the restaurant at 21st and Yale. Stores in Stillwater and Enid are also affected by this breach..Cards impacted were swiped at a store and does not include those entered manually or online.Jimmy John's says it has taken steps to prevent it from happening again. More>>

Natural Gas Industry = Booming Growth Video included

The typical natural gas fueling station is relatively low key, but the industry behind it is anything but."This is a big gigantic financial boom for Oklahoma, and since this equipment is made right here in Tulsa, guess where the boom is also? It's for Tulsa," said Tom Sewell of Tulsa Gas Technologies, one of scores of exhibitors networking at a natural gas convention in downtown Tulsa."America has been just going crazy," said Kevin Flint. He's from New Zealand, and his company makes valves an... More>>

Mattresses Donated To DVIS Shelter

Helping the victims of domestic violence get a better night's sleep:That is the purpose behind huge donation to Tulsa's brand new DVIS shelter.Mattress Firm has generously donated $175,000 for new mattresses.The center will include an 80-bed emergency shelter and a 20-unit apartment complex for transitional housing.Rachel Weaver with DVIS says, "We were so excited when we received the phone call for the donation. It wasn't something we expected. And they're Tempur-Pedic mattresses. They're gr... More>>

Cycling Community Disturbed With Case Dismissal

A man is free of charges after a judged dismissed a case involving a truck and a cyclist.
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Tulsa Cemetery Struck By Vandals

Tulsa police are investigating vandalism at one of the city's oldest cemeteries.Someone pushed over and broke five headstones at the Oaklawn Cemetery at 11th and Peoria.The markers date back to 1906.A city security guard discovered the crime about a week ago.The headstones still need repairs, but it's difficult locating the families to pay for the damage.Historian Bruce Neimi says, "Many of these stones can't be replaced. The families are no longer in this area. So they'll be like unmarked gr... More>>

Vandals Destroy Headstones at Historic Tulsa Cemetery

Tulsa police are investigating vandalism at one of the city's oldest cemeteries. More>>

VA Hospital Department Head Charged With Taking Bribes

The Chief of Prosthetics for the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Muskogee has been convicted of taking bribes.Jeffrey Fisher, 37, was sentenced to 15 months in prison and one year of supervised release. A judge ordered him to pay more than $6,500 in restitution.An investigation uncovered that Fisher had a medical supply company that worked with the hospital pay for construction and remodeling work on Fisher's house.The investigation started in April of 2009 and continued through March of 2010. More>>

Police Say Man Attacked Pharmacy Employees With Cane Video included

A Tulsa man is behind bars after police say he attacked pharmacy employees with his cane. More>>

Looking Ahead to Next Month

A few more cool nights and mild days are headed our way, but there are some signs that we could see a change by next week. More>>

One Direction Draws Big Crowd Video included

The double-decker was parked right out front, emphasizing just how far people had traveled to get here."We're from Fayetville, Arkansas," said one family,"We came all the way from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania," said another.Interviews sometimes became tough to conduct as excited fans screamed at the arrival of nearly every car at the back entrance."She was the librarian at my middle school," said one girl, describing a false alarm.When the real deal happened though, emotions ran high."I didn't kn... More>>

Perine, Ross Honored By Big 12

Freshman Perine was awarded the Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week, and Sophomore Ross the Special Teams Player of the Week, respectively. More>>

Man Suspected of Multiple Church & Office Thefts Video included

Tulsa Police Officers have arrested a man suspected multiple larcenies from churches and offices. More>>

City Announces New Warranty for Home Water Lines Video included

The city of Tulsa is partnering to offer citizens a warranty program for their home water lines. More>>

Tulsa Police Recover $15,000 in Stolen Jewelry, Items

Tulsa police arrested a man they say had about $15,000 in stolen jewelry and other items. More>>

Tulsa Police Search For Dollar General Robber

Tulsa Police say they are looking for a man who was caught on camera stealing from a Dollar General.It happened September 7th at the store at 11902 E. 21st St.Officers say the man walked behind the counter with a handgun. He fired a shot into the floor, sending customers running.The employees gave him money from the register and safe, then he took off.He was described as being a black male, 25-30 years old, 5' 5" - 5' 6" weighing 140-150 pounds. He was wearing a long sleeve white shirt, blue ... More>>

Oklahoma Gas Prices at 7-Month Low

The nationwide average gas price is $3.49 per gallon. The nationwide average gas price is $3.49 per gallon.

The average price for gasoline in Oklahoma is at its lowest level in seven months. More>>

OSU to Host Senate, Governor and State Superintendent Debates

Oklahoma State University will host debates between the candidates in the top races on Oklahoma's November ballot.
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Yvonne Lewis Signs Off from the KTUL Anchor Desk For the Last Time

Tulsa's Channel 8's Yvonne Lewis is retiring from television news this month. On Sunday, she signed off as weekend anchor and talked about the next phase of her life. More>>

Shooting Victim Found at East Tulsa Apartment Complex

Tulsa Police responded to a shooting call at an east Tulsa apartment complex.According to police dispatchers, a shooting took place near 400 S. Mingo Rd.Police on the scene say the injuries are not likely to be fatal since the victim walked from the initial shooting scene at 912 S 95 E. Ave., which is just south of the apartment complex.We will have the latest coming up tonight at 10 p.m. More>>

How Failing Schools Impact You

200 schools, 49 in Tulsa, received Fs. What does that mean for you even if you don't have children in the school system? More>>

Rape Suspect Found Guilty on Child Porn Charges

A man accused of raping a 12 year old girl in Glenpool was convicted of distributing child pornography. More>>

OHP Trooper Fired for Policy Violation

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper was fired for policy violations that took place last September.According to Captain George Brown with OHP, Trooper Sheldon Robinson was fired today for policy violations after a shooting incident in the parking lot of a Best Budget Inn near Admiral and Sheridan.Robinson, 45, was was placed on administrative leave during an investigation after he shot and killed 25-year-old Michael Swatosh. Robinson was off-duty during the incident, but approached Swatosh and... More>>

Victim in North Tulsa Shooting Has Died

Tulsa Police are investigating a shooting that put one person in the hospital Tuesday morning and narrowly missed a young child.The call went out just before 2:45 a.m. from the 6300 block of N. Elwood Avenue near the Tulsa-Osage County line.Investigators say people inside the home heard someone breaking into their car.When they went outside to investigate, police say the burglar started shooting.One person was hit in the chest and isn't expected to survive. Another bullet went into the house,... More>>

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  • Retailers To Add Most Temporary Jobs In 15 Years This Fall

    Retailers To Add Most Temporary Jobs In 15 Years This Fall

    The holiday season is here, or at least it is if you happen to be a U.S.retailer. Major U.S. stores will add over 800-thousand temporary jobs this fall. That's the most since 1999, according to jobs placement firm, Challenger, Gray and Christmas.Target will hire 70-thousand workers. Macy's and Bloomingdale's will open 86-thousand positions. Walmart will bring on 60-thousand.All this employment is in anticipation of increased spending this holiday season. Financial consultant Deloitte LLP esti...More >>
    The holiday season is here, or at least it is if you happen to be a U.S.retailer. Major U.S. stores will add over 800-thousand temporary jobs this fall. That's the most since 1999, according to jobs placement firm, Challenger, Gray and Christmas.Target will hire 70-thousand workers. Macy's and Bloomingdale's will open 86-thousand positions. Walmart will bring on 60-thousand.All this employment is in anticipation of increased spending this holiday season. Financial consultant Deloitte LLP esti...More >>
  • Boeing To Add Jobs To Oklahoma City

    Boeing To Add Jobs To Oklahoma City

    Boeing is planning on moving some of their defense and support-related services from Washington state to places including Oklahoma City.The company says about 900 jobs could come to Oklahoma CITY in the next three years.About 2,000 employees could be affected by the move.Additional cities include St. Louis, MO, Jacksonville, FL and Patuxent River, MD.Gov. Fallin says she is looking forward to the move."Oklahoma looks forward to welcoming 900 new Boeing employees to our community. We will work...More >>
    Boeing is planning on moving some of their defense and support-related services from Washington state to places including Oklahoma City.The company says about 900 jobs could come to Oklahoma CITY in the next three years.About 2,000 employees could be affected by the move.Additional cities include St. Louis, MO, Jacksonville, FL and Patuxent River, MD.Gov. Fallin says she is looking forward to the move."Oklahoma looks forward to welcoming 900 new Boeing employees to our community. We will work...More >>
  • Kickoff Time Set For Tulsa at Temple On October 11

    Kickoff Time Set For Tulsa at Temple On October 11

    TU's game against the Owls will begin at 11:00 am (CT)/12 noon (ET) from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.More >>
    TU's game against the Owls will begin at 11:00 am (CT)/12 noon (ET) from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.More >>
  • Jay Man Killed in Farm Accident

    Jay Man Killed in Farm Accident

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Jay man was killed when he was run over by a tractor.More >>
    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a Jay man was killed when he was run over by a tractor.More >>
  • Man Seriously Hurt in Rollover Crash on Tulsa Highway

    Man Seriously Hurt in Rollover Crash on Tulsa Highway

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol suspects a man was driving under the influence of alcohol when he crashed his SUV on a Tulsa highway Sunday night.More >>
    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol suspects a man was driving under the influence of alcohol when he crashed his SUV on a Tulsa highway Sunday night.More >>
  • Tulsa Falls To Texas State In Triple Overtime Thriller

    Tulsa Falls To Texas State In Triple Overtime Thriller

    The University of Tulsa football team erased a 14-point fourth quarter deficit, scoring with 0:10 left in regulation to force overtime against Texas State, but ultimately fell in the third extra period, 37-34, in front of a crowd of 21,353 Saturday evening at H.A. Chapman Stadium.More >>
    The University of Tulsa football team erased a 14-point fourth quarter deficit, scoring with 0:10 left in regulation to force overtime against Texas State, but ultimately fell in the third extra period, 37-34, in front of a crowd of 21,353 Saturday evening at H.A. Chapman Stadium.More >>
  • Pelican Festival Kicks Off In Grove

    Pelican Festival Kicks Off In Grove

    The Pelican festival kicks off in Grove for September 26th - 27th.The yearly event celebrates the migration of the American White Pelicans that return to Grand Lake.The free festival offers carnival rides, food, arts and crafts, even pelican tours.The whole family is welcome.Up to 3,000 people are expected to visit.For more information, visit http://bit.ly/PelicanFestivalMore >>
    The Pelican festival kicks off in Grove for September 26th - 27th.The yearly event celebrates the migration of the American White Pelicans that return to Grand Lake.The free festival offers carnival rides, food, arts and crafts, even pelican tours.The whole family is welcome.Up to 3,000 people are expected to visit.For more information, visit http://bit.ly/PelicanFestivalMore >>
  • One dead following stabbing and shooting in Moore

    One dead following stabbing and shooting in Moore

    Thursday, September 25 2014 9:44 PM EDT2014-09-26 01:44:28 GMT
    One woman is dead and another woman injured after Moore Police say a disgruntled employee stabbed them at work. More >>
    One woman is dead and another woman injured after Moore Police say a disgruntled employee stabbed them at work. More >>
  • Warning to Parents: Dangerous Soft Drink Drug Cocktail Popular with Teens

    Warning to Parents: Dangerous Soft Drink Drug Cocktail Popular with Teens

    A warning for parents about a drug cocktail called a "Dirty Sprite" or "Lean" -- the ingredients are simple: candy, soda, and prescription medicines, such as cough syrup with codeine or crushed painkiller pills.More >>
    A warning for parents about a drug cocktail called a "Dirty Sprite" or "Lean" -- the ingredients are simple: candy, soda, and prescription medicines, such as cough syrup with codeine or crushed painkiller pills.
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  • Spirit Airlines Increases Checked Bag Fees

    Spirit Airlines Increases Checked Bag Fees

    Just in time for the holidays...Spirit Airlines is raising its checked-bag fee. According to its website...Spirit is tacking on an extra 2 dollars for checked bags on flights booked from December 18 through January 5.Typically... Spirit's checked-bag fees range from 30 dollars when done in advance... to 100 dollars if done at the gate. Spirit's message to customers on its website says...."Spend less time packing and more time laughing with family and friends this holiday season."More >>
    Just in time for the holidays...Spirit Airlines is raising its checked-bag fee. According to its website...Spirit is tacking on an extra 2 dollars for checked bags on flights booked from December 18 through January 5.Typically... Spirit's checked-bag fees range from 30 dollars when done in advance... to 100 dollars if done at the gate. Spirit's message to customers on its website says...."Spend less time packing and more time laughing with family and friends this holiday season."More >>
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