• US seeking death penalty in Charleston church massacre case

    Associated Press | Updated: 5 hr ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says it intends to seek the death penalty against Dylann Roof, the man charged with killing nine black parishioners last year in a church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the decision in a brief statement Tuesday.

  • Waitlists ease as more doctors offer addiction treatment

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    COLCHESTER, Vt. (AP) — Vermonters struggling with addiction who have had to face lengthy waitlists for treatment are getting some relief. Vermont Public Radio reports (http://bit.ly/27RCGYg ) the number of people waiting for treatment at the state's hub centers has dropped by about 100 as the number of residents in treatment has increased by several hundred. The shift comes after Gov. Peter Shumlin visited the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington and pleaded for doctors to do more. Dr. Patti Fisher says she was asked to help address the waiting list and says not many physicians were signing up to prescribe buprenorphine, also known as Suboxone, as part of addiction treatment.

  • Buses and Bulldozers: Refugees are removed from Greek camp

    Buses and Bulldozers: Refugees are removed from...

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    IDOMENI, Greece (AP) — It grew to the size of a small town, becoming a symbol of Europe's closed border policy for migrants and refugees. On Tuesday, Greek authorities began to dismantle it. Starting at dawn, police moved more than 2,000 people out of Idomeni, the sprawling makeshift camp on the Greek-Macedonian border, and sent in bulldozers to begin erasing the tent city. The move definitively dashed the dreams of the thousands who had camped there for months in the hope of eventually being able to reach the continent's wealthy heartland. The refugees — many from Syria and Iraq — had stubbornly resisted government efforts to leave the site voluntarily, braving torrential rainfall and winter weather.

  • OPI celebrates Alice with new nail colors

    OPI celebrates Alice with new nail colors

    Linda Miller | Updated: 5 hr ago

    OPI launches “Alice through the Looking Glass” nail collection.

  • Christie Brinkley launches new beauty set

    Christie Brinkley launches new beauty set

    Linda Miller | Updated: 6 hr ago

    Christie Brinkley's skincare brand will benefit children who need cleft repair surgery.

  • Goodbye, empty nest: Millennials staying longer with parents

    Goodbye, empty nest: Millennials staying longer...

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Many of America's young adults appear to be in no hurry to move out of their old bedrooms. For the first time on record, living with parents is now the most common arrangement for people ages 18 to 34, an analysis of census data by the Pew Research Center has found. And the proportion of older millennials — those ages 25 to 34 — who are living at home has reached its highest point (19 percent) on record, Pew analysts said. Nearly one-third of all millennials live with their parents, slightly more than the proportion who live with a spouse or partner. It's the first time that living at home has outpaced living with a spouse for this age group since such record-keeping began in 1880.

  • Video: Parker Millsap gets playful with 'Pining' official clip

    Video: Parker Millsap gets playful with...

    Brandy McDonnell | Updated: 6 hr ago

    Oklahoma-born and bred singer-songwriter Parker Millsap released today the playful official music video to his ballad "Pining," from his 2016 album "The Very Last Day." Directed by Matt Bizer, the video, which debuted via Rolling Stone, features the Purcell native riding a motorcycle, driving a convertible and captaining a little boat through a big storm in front of an obvious green screen. (My favorite part is him fake-steering the car with his feet while playing guitar.) At the end of all his "travels," he gets the girl, naturally. "Pining" is one of my favorite songs from "The Very Last Day," which Millsap co-produced with Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dixie Chicks, John Prine). “He is very

  • State investigators assisting with Collinsville homicide

    From Staff Reports | Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    State agents are helping local authorities investigate the death of a Collinsville man whose body was found Tuesday in his driveway.

  • Tornado warning issued as severe weather spreads across Oklahoma Tuesday

    From Staff Reports | Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    The National Weather Service is reporting an elevated risk of severe weather for Tuesday, with storms expected to enter western Oklahoma in the afternoon and move into central Oklahoma Tuesday evening. A tornado warning was issued for parts of Payne and Noble counties Tuesday afternoon.

  • Kicking the habit: Adult smoking rate in US is falling fast

    Kicking the habit: Adult smoking rate in US is...

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    NEW YORK (AP) — The nation seems to be kicking its smoking habit faster than ever before. The rate of smoking among adults in the U.S. fell to 15 percent last year thanks to the biggest one-year decline in more than 20 years, according to a new government report. The rate fell 2 percentage points from 2014, when about 17 percent of adults in a large national survey said they had recently smoked. The smoking rate has been falling for decades, but it usually drops only 1 point or less in a year. The last time there was a drop nearly as big was from 1992 to 1993, when the smoking rate fell 1.5 percentage points, according to Brian King of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC reported the ne

  • Where bridge fell, May Avenue could reopen to limited traffic this week

    Where bridge fell, May Avenue could reopen to...

    William Crum | Updated: 7 hr ago

    May Avenue could reopen this week to limited traffic where the bridge over Northwest Expressway partially collapsed. Plans are to restore one lane of traffic northbound and one lane southbound on the western spans of the bridge. A 52-foot span on the east side fell onto Northwest Expressway last Thursday after being hit by a truck hauling construction equipment. Debris was removed in time to reopen Northwest Expressway to traffic about 8 p.m. Saturday. Oklahoma City Public Works Director Eric Wenger told the city council Tuesday that the two spans on the west side were undamaged by the accident. Lanes will have to be cut through the medians at either end to route traffic onto the undamaged

  • Consider obesity surgery more often for diabetes: Guidelines

    Consider obesity surgery more often for...

    Updated: 7 hr ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — New guidelines say weight-loss surgery should become a more routine treatment option for diabetes, even for some patients who are mildly obese. Obesity and Type 2 diabetes are a deadly pair, and numerous studies show stomach-shrinking operations can dramatically improve diabetes. But Tuesday's guidelines mark the first time the surgery is recommended specifically as a diabetes treatment rather than as obesity treatment with a side benefit, and expand the eligible candidates. The recommendations were endorsed by the American Diabetes Association, the International Diabetes Federation and 43 other health groups, and published in the journal Diabetes Care. "We do not claim that surgery should be t

  • 5 facts about the media mogul who may have written "Mary Had a Little Lamb"

    5 facts about the media mogul who may have...

    Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Everywhere that Sarah Josepha Hale went, success was sure to go

  • Draymond Green will not be suspended for kicking Steven Adams

    Draymond Green will not be suspended for...

    darnell mayberry | Updated: 7 hr ago

    Golden State forward Draymond Green will not be suspended for his actions in Game 3 on Sunday night. The NBA instead fined Green $25,000 and upgraded his Flagrant 1 foul to a Flagrant 2. But Green will be available when the Warriors and Thunder continue their Western Conference Finals series with Game 4 on Tuesday night inside Chesapeake Energy Arena. // The NBA announced the ruling in a press release Monday night. It was unclear whether Green would be able to play Wednesday after he kicked Thunder center Steven Adams in the groin during the Thunder’s 133-105 victory in Game 3 on Sunday night.

  • NOAA 2016 summer outlook: Where are the highest chances for a hot summer in the U.S.? | NOAA Climate.gov

    NOAA 2016 summer outlook: Where are the highest...

    Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Most of the continental United States is facing elevated chances of well above average summer temperatures, according to the latest outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center.

  • YouTube star Stuart Edge hopes to inspire with new book

    YouTube star Stuart Edge hopes to inspire with...

    Aaron Christensen, Deseret News | Updated: 7 hr ago

    YouTube star Stuart Edge is known for making videos go viral, but now he's trying his hand at a different kind of storytelling with his new motivational book, "On the Edge: How My Crappy Job Changed My Life."

  • Trivia Tuesday: Oklahoma parks, rivers and lakes

    Tiffany Gibson,Linda Lynn | Updated: 7 hr ago

    How much do you know about Oklahoma's rivers, lakes and parks? Put your knowledge to the test. Check out the video above for the first set of questions and take our bonus round below. Questions compiled by Linda Lynn Q1: What is the oldest and largest state park in Oklahoma? a.      Turner Falls Park b.      Robbers Cave State Park c.      Lake Murray State Park d.      Little Blue Disney State Park (Note: One of these is the oldest park in Oklahoma, just not the oldest state park.) Q2: Which river is known for Olympic kayak and canoe

  • Suspicious death investigated as homicide in Oklahoma City on Tuesday

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: 8 hr ago

    Police are investigating a man's death in northwest Oklahoma City on Tuesday.

  • Virginia school board requiring students to use bathroom based on birth certificate

    Virginia school board requiring students to use...

    Updated: 8 hr ago

    The move comes after Obama told public schools that transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms that match their gender identity.

  • Paul McCartney Was Depressed and Turned to Alcohol after the Beatles Split Up

    Paul McCartney Was Depressed and Turned to...

    Published: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Paul McCartney said that he took to drinking after becoming depressed after the Beatles disbanded in 1970— where he even contemplated leaving music altogether. Speaking during a  Mastertapes session at the BBC  McCartney said: “I was depressed. You would be. You were breaking from your lifelong friends. So I took to the bevvies. I took to a wee dram. It was great at first, then suddenly I wasn’t having a good time”




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