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Death toll rises to more than 100 after ferry capsizes in Iraqs Tigris River An overcrowded ferry capsized in the Tigris River near Mosul, killing at least 102 people during Nowruz and Mother’s Day celebrations on Thursday, officials said. Among the victims were at least 12 children, officials have said. Of the more than 170
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Program that helps young people who need immediate safety returns to Oklahoma City, city officials say OKLAHOMA CITY – A program aimed at helping young people who need immediate safety is making a return in Oklahoma City. City officials say the return of the program, Safe Place, also means the return of black and yellow diamond-shaped signs on Oklaho
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Replacing Oklahoma City canal lights to begin by next year OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City officials say work to replace the lighting system along the Bricktown Canal will be underway by next year. The city now has an architects’ report recommending safety features not in place when 23-year-old Wesley S
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Woman who was smallest baby born in Texas now works at NICU that saved her life TEMPLE, Texas When Tammy Lewis was born, she was 3 months early and weighed in at only 1 pound 4 ounces. Her family faced the harsh reality their newborn’s survival rate was 5-10%. But Lewis beat the odds and now, 34 years later, she works in the sa
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Hundreds of OG&E customers without power in NW Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CITY – Hundreds of customers with OG&E in northwest Oklahoma City are without power Saturday morning. According to OG&E’s System Watch, an outage has been reported near NW 164th and Penn. and affects approximately 400 resident
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Oklahoma City Zoo joining flamingo chick rescue effort in South Africa OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Zoo is sending staff to South Africa to join a massive flamingo chick rescue effort. On Thursday, the zoo announced they are providing $6,000 from their Round Up for Conservation emergency fund to send staff for 
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Police looking for man who kicked 78-year-old woman in the face on New York City subway NEW YORK Authorities are searching for a man seen in cellphone video kicking a woman’s face and body several times on a New York City subway train, police said Friday. On Sunday, March 10, at about 3:10 a.m inside of the Nereid Avenue/ White Plains
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71-year-old Minnesota cancer survivor breaks world record for planking MINNETONKA, Minn. – A senior citizen who recently finished cancer treatment broke the world record for planking. 71-year-old Andy Steinfeldt didn’t even know what a plank was a few years ago – and now he holds the Guinness World Record f
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Pink, daughter visit Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum ahead of concert OKLAHOMA CITY – Pink and her daughter visited the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum on Friday. Pink posted pictures of her daughter, Willow Sage Hart, at the memorial on Instagram with the caption, “Oklahoma City Memorial ” Pi
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Crash involving ATV, vehicle claims life of Oklahoma man KINGFISHER, Okla. – Officials are investigating the cause of a crash involving a vehicle and ATV that claimed the life of one Oklahoma man. It happened Friday, just after 6:30 p.m., three miles south of Kingfisher. According to a trooper’s rep
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