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Scoreboard Roundup – 10/13/12

Scoreboard Roundup – 10/13/12

Getty Images/ Hemera(NEW YORK) — Top 25 College Football:  (1) Alabama (6-0) rolled over Missouri (3-4), 42-10.
(4) Florida (6-0) defeated Vanderbilt (2-4), 31-17.
Texas Tech (5-1) shocked (5) West Virginia (5-1), 49-14.
(6) Kansas State (6-0) st…

(15) Kansas State Defeats (6) Oklahoma, 24-19

(15) Kansas State Defeats (6) Oklahoma, 24-19

Brett Deering/Getty Images(NORMAN, Okla.) — (15) Kansas State (4-0) took down (6) Oklahoma (2-1), 24-19 Saturday night in Big 12 college football action. The Wildcats set-up the go-ahead score late in the third quarter, after junior defensive back Ty …

Scoreboard Roundup – 09/08/12

Scoreboard Roundup – 09/08/12

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) –  NCAAF:  (1) Alabama (2-0) Crushed Western Kentucky (1-1), 35-0.
(2) USF (2-0) beat Syracuse (0-2), 42-49.
(3) LSU (2-0) smacked Washington (1-1), 41-3.
(4) Oregon (2-0) demolished Fresno State (1-1), 42-25.
(…

Oklahoma Valedictorian Denied Diploma After Using ‘Hell’ in Her Speech

Oklahoma Valedictorian Denied Diploma After Using ‘Hell’ in Her Speech

Ryan McVay/Digital Vision/Thinkstock(PRAGUE, Okla.) — The father of a recent high school graduate in Oklahoma who has been denied a diploma because she said “hell” in her valedictorian speech has accused her principal of bullying his daughter.”She bec…

Oklahomans Return to Find Little Left After Wildfires

Oklahomans Return to Find Little Left After Wildfires

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(LUTHER, Okla.) — Nearly 100 buildings, including five-dozen homes, have been destroyed in the past two days in Oklahoma, where severe weather contributed to the rapid spread of a number of wildfires. Hundreds of people were quic…

Authorities Suspect Arson as Okla. Wildfires Force Evacuation

Authorities Suspect Arson as Okla. Wildfires Force Evacuation

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(LUTHER, Okla.) — A dozen raging wildfires fueled by extreme heat and strong winds have forced hundreds of residents in central Oklahoma to evacuate, and investigators now suspect arson as the cause.   The fires have sc…

Slain Okla. High School Graduate Told Boyfriend: ‘Call 911. I Can’t Breathe.’

Slain Okla. High School Graduate Told Boyfriend: ‘Call 911. I Can’t Breathe.’

Tulsa Police Department(TULSA, Okla.) — Slain Oklahoma teen graduate Kayla Ferrante said to her boyfriend Neikko Perez, “Call 911. I can’t breathe,” after a mystery suspect fired a bullet through the license plate of the car that pierced her back and …

Oklahoma Blind Dog Gets New Life with Canine Pal

Oklahoma Blind Dog Gets New Life with Canine Pal

Goodshoot/Thinkstock(TULSA, Okla.) — Putting two dogs of different breeds and from different backgrounds together in a confined space will usually end up in a lot of bark and likely some bite.  Rarely does that pairing end up in the two pooches b…

Three Children Among Five Dead in Oklahoma After Tornado Outbreak

Three Children Among Five Dead in Oklahoma After Tornado Outbreak

Julie Denesha/Getty ImagesUPDATE: ABC News has learned of another fatality in Woodward, Okla., bringing the death toll up to six.
(WOODWARD, Okla.) — Three children under the age of 10 are among the five found dead in Woodward, Okla., after violent st…

Granny ‘Drug Kingpin’ Busted in Oklahoma

Granny ‘Drug Kingpin’ Busted in Oklahoma

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Silver haired and sweet faced, Darlene Mayes looks like many grannies but according to police, she is one of Oklahoma’s biggest drug kingpins.Her operation went up in smoke this week, when police entered her home and found 4…

Tornadoes: Midwest Twisters Leave 5 Dead in Oklahoma

Tornadoes: Midwest Twisters Leave 5 Dead in Oklahoma

Comstock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — At least five people are dead after violent storms ripped through several states in the nation’s mid-section as officials work to clean up the damage this morning and brace for more violent weather. Wisconsin, Minnesota…

Forecasters Warn of Violent,’ Life-Threatening’ Storms for Midwest

Forecasters Warn of Violent,’ Life-Threatening’ Storms for Midwest

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The Midwest is bracing itself for an outbreak of violent weather Saturday that could be “life-threatening,” according to forecasters. Baseball-sized hail and damaging 70 mph winds are expected to whip through a handf…

Midwest Warned of Severe Storms, Tornadoes This Weekend

Midwest Warned of Severe Storms, Tornadoes This Weekend

NOAA/Storm Prediction Center (WASHINGTON) — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Storm Prediction Center issued a rare “high risk” alert on Friday, warning of the potential for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes across Midwestern stat…

Tulsa Shooting Suspects Said to Confess

Tulsa Shooting Suspects Said to Confess

Alvin Watts (L) and Jacob England (R). Tulsa Police Department(TULSA, Oklahoma) — Two Oklahoma men accused of a deadly shooting spree last week that apparently targeted black people at random along Tulsa’s streets have confessed to the shootings, acco…

Facebook Clues in Tulsa Shooting Spree

Facebook Clues in Tulsa Shooting Spree

Alvin Watts (L) and Jacob England (R). Tulsa Police Department(TULSA, Okla.) — Police say their investigation of the deadly shooting spree in Tulsa, Okla., will include the racially charged Facebook postings of a man arrested Sunday morning in connect…

Obama Cuts Red Tape for Part of Keystone

Obama Cuts Red Tape for Part of Keystone

JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — During a visit to Cushing, Okla., on Thursday, President Obama will announce an Executive Order requiring expedited permitting and review of “vital infrastructure projects,” including the southern …

President Obama to Head to Oklahoma Site of Southern Portion of Keystone Pipeline Project

President Obama to Head to Oklahoma Site of Southern Portion of Keystone Pipeline Project

JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images(CUSHING, Okla.) — President Obama will visit Cushing, Okla., on Thursday, where he will visit the southern part of the Keystone Pipeline project — the portion that is proceeding with Obama administration support, as oppos…

Anti-Abortion Activist Challenges Obama in Democratic Primary

Anti-Abortion Activist Challenges Obama in Democratic Primary

Digital Vision/Thi​nkstock(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) — Veteran anti-abortion activist Randall Terry won more than 18,400 votes, or 18 percent, in Oklahoma’s Democratic presidential primary Tuesday — a significant showing in a year when incum…

Santorum Wins in Tenn., Okla., N.D.; Ohio Still Too Tight to Call

Santorum Wins in Tenn., Okla., N.D.; Ohio Still Too Tight to Call

Whitney Curtis/Getty Images(STEUBENVILLE, Ohio) — While Mitt Romney has won four Super Tuesday contests and Rick Santorum has won three so far, all eyes are fixed on a close race in Ohio, where the two are locked in a tight race.The contest in Ohio, w…

Gingrich Campaign Launches Santorum Attack Robo-call in Two States

Gingrich Campaign Launches Santorum Attack Robo-call in Two States

Peter Foley/Bloomberg via Getty Images(ATLANTA) — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is hunkering down in the trenches of the Southern battleground for Super Tuesday with a robo-call attacking Rick Santorum for being a “big labor co…

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