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Monday, Mar 20, 2017 at 04:20 PM CDT

"Katrina Girl" Reunited with Rescuer

"Katrina Girl" Reunited with Rescuer

It's a very rare friendship formed more than a decade ago after a United States Airmen rescued a little girl from Hurricane Katrina's devastation.

Monday, Mar 20, 2017 at 04:10 PM CDT

Mix-Up at Daycare

Mix-Up at Daycare

A Florida daycare mistakenly released a young child to the wrong family.

Monday, Mar 20, 2017 at 03:54 PM CDT

College Student Killed at Concert

College Student Killed at Concert

Authorities say a University of Louisville student was fatally shot and five other people were wounded during a rap music concert at an art gallery in Louisville, Kentucky.  

Monday, Mar 20, 2017 at 03:51 PM CDT

Bus Driver to the Rescue

Bus Driver to the Rescue

A bus driver came to the rescue of a little boy found running down the middle of a Milwaukee street. The woman's actions were captured on surveillance camera as she went out of her way to take care of the lost child.  

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 02:13 PM CDT

Emma Watson on Beauty and the Beast

Emma Watson on Beauty and the Beast

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens discuss their starring roles in Disney's new live adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast". 

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 02:11 PM CDT

Hockey Team Shows Heart

Hockey Team Shows Heart

Minnesota's  Augsburg College men's hockey team raised thousands of dollars in a matter of hours to allow a beloved college custodian to visit his family overseas. Minasie Theophilos, 54, oversees Augsburg's ice arena, known widely for his pride in his job and keeping the rink spotless. Theophilos left his home in Ethiopia 33 years ago and has never had a chance to return to visit this family. He's been employed by Augsburg as a custodian for 25 years. "A month and a half ago, my mother passed away, and each one of these kids signed a card, came one by one gave me a hug," said Theophilos. "That's a great team, very friendly, very disciplined, hard-working kids really, and I love them very much." The Auggies men's hockey team didn't stop there and decided to set up a fundraiser for Theophilos. In 24 hours, the GoFundMe fundraiser surpassed its original goal of $3,000.  

Friday, Mar 17, 2017 at 12:39 AM CDT

Duck Whisperer Rescues Feathered Friend

Duck Whisperer Rescues Feathered Friend

When 82-year-old Francis Bryan pulls in, the ducks and geese at Hafer Park in Edmond come running. For years, Bryan has been coming here to feed the wildlife. She didn't even miss a day when her husband went in for heart surgery. "He made me come here and take care of this before getting to the hospital and being with him when they rolled him in for surgery," Bryan said. She feels a real connection and sense of responsibility to the creatures. So, when Bryan spotted an injured bird, she notified wildlife experts immediately. "The Wildlife Department says, if it can fly, you're not going to catch that duck. And, it's true. You can't," she said. That is unless you're Bryan.  

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 02:07 PM CDT

Three Dead in Air Force Crash

Three Dead in Air Force Crash

Cannon Air Force Base officials confirmed three Airmen were killed in a crash during a training flight near Clovis, New Mexico Tuesday evening. Cannon AFB officials said the 33-year-old pilot, Capt. Andrew Becker from Novi, Michigan, 29-year-old Capt. Kenneth Dalga from Goldsboro, North Carolina, and 26-year-old co-pilot, 1st Lt. Frederick Dellecker from Daytona Beach, Florida, were killed. All three were assigned to the 318th Special Operations Squadron at Cannon. "We are deeply saddened by this loss within our Air Commando family," said Col. Ben Maitre, the installation commander. "Our sympathies are with the loved ones and friends affected by this tragedy, and our team is focused on supporting them during this difficult time." Clovis Municipal Airport Director Kyle Berkshire said the plane performed practice maneuvers called "touch and goes," where the aircraft will touch the runway but does not come to a complete stop. It crashed a half mile off the airport's property during a drill, Berkshire said. Investigators were combing over the wreckage and reviewing everything from documents related to the preparation of the training flight to maintenance records for the plane. Maitre described the U-28A as reliable, saying that type of aircraft is used for thousands of hours a year and that crew members fly hundreds of hours annually to maintain their proficiency with the plane and its systems. Flights by the 318th squadron were put on hold following the crash, and base officials said Thursday that they did not know when they would resume.

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 02:05 PM CDT

Oklahoma State Senator's Sex Scandal Deepens

Oklahoma State Senator's Sex Scandal Deepens

Police in Moore, Oklahoma have released a redacted report containing the details of the incident at a motel that has State Senator Ralph Shortey facing criminal charges. When police went to check on a juvenile at the Super 8 in Moore last Thursday, officers said they smelled a "strong odor of raw marijuana" coming from Room 120. A redacted Moore police report shows officers found a juvenile and an adult man inside. The district attorney has confirmed the adult is Senator Ralph Shortey. The 35-year-old republican is involved with teens on a regular basis through the YMCA Youth in government program and as a senior staffer at Boys State.  

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 02:02 PM CDT

Oklahoma Jane Doe Identified as Greta Riles

Oklahoma Jane Doe Identified as Greta Riles

Oklahoma's Tulsa County Sheriff's Office has identified a set of remains found in 1992. Analysts say a human skull and additional bones belonged to a missing Tulsa woman named Greta Riles. They believe the remains had been there for at least a year before they were discovered. Due to Riles' lifestyle, her family didn't report her missing until 2012.  

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