• This aquarium is 82 feet high and has an elevator inside it

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    It's 82 feet high and holds more than 1,500 fish. It has a glass elevator that runs up and down the center of the tank. It is so big that it has to be cleaned by divers, three or four times each day.  The AquaDom is located inside the Sea Life Center inside of a Radisson Blu hotel in Berlin, Germany.

  • Apple Watch now works with August's designer smart lock

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    Unlocking a door with your smartphone feels like the future, but you still have to fish something out of your pocket to do it. If you happen to own one of the Yves Behar designed August smart locks, however, you can open it with something on your wrist -- an Apple Watch. You can now lock and unlock the device "with just a swipe and a tap" on a Watch, according to August. In addition, you can view a log of who has come and gone, and get a notification when someone locks or unlocks your door.

  • KOCO: Man hit by stray bullet at Southwest Oklahoma City apartment complex

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    Oklahoma City police said an argument broke out at the Oak Creek Apartments early Monday morning. During the argument near Southwest 59th Street and Lee, gunfire erupted. A stray bullet hit a man who was not involved in the fight.

  • KFOR: Train travel suspended in OKC's downtown after rider jumps from train

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    Train service in Oklahoma City was stopped today after a man jumped off and injured himself. Officials say the man was never supposed to be on the train in the first place. He told officials that he jumped on the train at 29th and Santa Fe, riding the train to Bricktown, where he tried to jump off near the Amtrak station.

  • KFOR: Abandoned apartment complex known for catching fire sets ablaze again

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    Fire crews responded to a fire at an apartment complex in northwest Oklahoma City. The fire started blazing at N.W. 10th St. and Greenvale, near Rockwell and Council, around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. When crews arrived, they said there were “heavy flames,” so they immediately took a defensive approach.

  • KFOR: Police say Tulsa man survives after being shot in the face

    Published: Mon, Aug 3, 2015

    TULSA, Okla. — Police say a man was shot in the face Saturday. Officers responded to the Conway Park Apartments in the 4500 block of E. 33rd St. around 5 p.m. They say the victim remained conscious after being shot in the face, and stumbled across the street for help.

  • Robert Bates' self-reported records appear to support allegations he patrolled before obtaining required training

    By Corey Jones, Tulsa World | Published: Sun, Aug 2, 2015

    Records filled out by former Tulsa County Reserve Deputy Robert Bates appear to support allegations from a leaked 2009 internal investigation that he was patrolling on his own well before receiving the training hours required to do so and despite being told to stop by a superior. The self-reported records indicate Bates roamed roads prior to even starting the field training required to perform those duties without the direct supervision of a certified deputy. They also indicate Bates issued warnings to motorists on two days he didn’t report doing any work for the Sheriff’s Office. The 73-year-old insurance executive spent most of his time working with the Drug Task Force, records indicate, as he was doing April 2 when he fatally shot Eric Harris during an undercover gun buy. Bates is charged with second-degree manslaughter in Harris’ death and has a jury trial set for Feb. 8.

  • Dispute: Was Cecil the lion's brother, Jericho, killed?

    Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Conflicting reports emerged on whether Jericho, the brother of slain Cecil the lion, was also killed Saturday in an illegal hunt in Zimbabwe. Johnny Rodrigues, head of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, told CNN that a hunter illegally gunned down Jericho in Hwange National Park.

  • An Oklahoma Immigrant's Experience, Recast As Noir, In 'Dragonfish'

    Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Author Vu Tran's debut novel reflects his own experiences escaping Vietnam as a child. He tells NPR he was drawn to crime fiction as a way to dig into the sometimes-untold stories of immigrants. "We managed to safely make it to Malaysia, where we were in a refugee camp. That was where I was for about four months until my father, who settled in Oklahoma, he sponsored us, and we finally made it to Tulsa, Okla., where I grew up."

  • Summer well spent: Youths shadow professionals in mentoring program

    By HANNAH COVINGTON, Tulsa World | Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Allysa Ware snagged a summer job that few 16-year-olds even attempt to land. For the past five weeks, the high school junior worked at a law office and shadowed an attorney as part of a mentoring program offered by 100 Black Men of Tulsa. “It was nothing like on ‘Law & Order’ or what you see on TV,” said Ware, a student at Booker T. Washington High School. “It definitely gives you insight into a certain job, and I got to see what they do.”

  • Norman residents disturbed after seeing vulgar, racist graffiti on homes, vehicles

    Published: Sat, Aug 1, 2015

    Residents in a Norman neighborhood were forced to start their weekend cleaning graffiti off their homes, vehicles and fences.

  • Vinita police chief: Extreme sunburn case still under investigation, drawing international media attention

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    VINITA — Police are now investigating the possibility that two young boys who suffered extreme sunburns last week could have received the burns over the course of three separate visits to a splash pad, and that lotion applied to their skin could have worsened their condition, Vinita Police Chief Bobby Floyd Jr. told the Tulsa World on Friday. The mother of the two Vinita boys, ages 5 and 7, called police Sunday to report that her children had suffered the burns Friday while at a local day-care center, Happiness Is a Learning Center, 409 W. Canadian Ave. Photographs of the boys’ blistered shoulders and backs that their aunt posted to Facebook took their story worldwide on the Internet.

  • Hundreds pack memorial service for man killed at north Tulsa park

    By KENDRICK MARSHALL, Tulsa World | Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Hundreds of people flooded the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame on Friday with tears, appreciation and fond memories of James Cooper. Cooper, 62, was remembered as a man who loved competition, whether it be on the tennis court with friends or during simple game of dominoes with family members. “Coop hated to lose at anything,” said longtime friend Troy Petit.

  • There’s a New Restaurant That Specializes in Potato-Chip Sandwiches

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The Brits must be thrilled: Mr. Crisp , England's first shop dedicated to the crispwich, opened today . For an impossibly cheap £1, customers get their choice of more than 50 types of chips on white or brown bread, teacakes, or baguettes, and then for an extra 50 cents, can add a topping like honey.

  • The most popular liquor in every state

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    Every drinker has his or her poison of choice, but it turns out that every state does, too.

  • The FBI has subpoenaed lewd text messages between Subway's Jared Fogle and a former Subway franchisee

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The FBI has subpoenaed an affidavit containing alleged texts between former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle and a former female Subway franchisee in which Fogle says he paid for sex with a 16-year-old girl, according to the former franchisee's attorney.

  • Bison Attacks Woman Who Tried to Take a Selfie With It

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    She was the fifth person injured by a bison this year.

  • Down Payment Programs Not a Scam, FHA to Tell HUD Watchdog

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The Federal Housing Administration is expected to rebuff a HUD watchdog report that blasted down payment assistance programs. The report has raised concerns that mortgage lenders would have to indemnify FHA for past loans, and that housing finance agencies would have the programs restructured.

  • 13 Fascinating Careers You Never Knew Barbie Had

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    From rapping to campaigning, Barbie has done it all.

  • University of Phoenix Going Down in Flames?

    Published: Fri, Jul 31, 2015

    The troubled online university might have finally been dealt duel deathblows as they announced an FTC investigation and a 54% drop in enrollment.




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