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Bodies of Two Oklahoma Men Missing From Rocklahoma Festival Found

The bodies of the two men who have been missing since they attended the music festival Rocklahoma in Pryor, Oklahoma two weeks ago have been found.

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Category: News, Regional News
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Family of Man Shot and Killed by Albuquerque Police Sues City

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The family of a man shot and killed by Albuquerque police after he brandished a pair of knives is suing the city.

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Category: News, Regional News
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American Pharoah Wins First Triple Crown Since 1978

American Pharoah won horse racing’s first Triple Crown in 37 years when he broke away from the field and won the Belmont Stakes in New York on Saturday.

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Category: National Buzz, News, Sports
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Mississippi Superintendent to Make Court Statement About Graduation Charges

The Mississippi school superintendent who pressed charges against people for cheering at a high school graduation won't say if he'll drop the charges.

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Category: National Buzz, News
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Texas Man Sentenced for Planning to Join ISIL

An Austin, Texas man who planned to travel to Syria and join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been sentenced to 82 months in federal prison.

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Lubbock Man Headed to Prison for Laser Pointer Incident

Twenty-three-year-old Steve Alexander Chavez, Jr. has been sentenced to 8 months after pleading guilty to charges.

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Mystery ‘Guardian Angel’ Saves Odessa Girl After Rodeo Incident

A family is searching for the man who brought their daughter to the hospital after being thrown from a calf.

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Category: News, Videos
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Do You Know ‘The Da Pinchi Code?’ Thieves in Texas Might Be Using It on Your Property Right Now!

Authorities in England have noticed weird symbols on homes and vehicles for years. Are these symbols now being used by thieves in the United States?

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Facts You Didn’t Know About Human Trafficking in Texas

Today, Tuesday, June 2, is International Sex Workers Day. Many times jokes are made about this topic and people make light of it with jokes about prostitution or prostitutes. However, it's a very real world of abuse, addiction and, in many cases, slavery.

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Amazing Footage of Texas Cowboys Moving Cattle Herd to Safety from Flood

Move 'em on, head 'e, up! The report from KHOU shows an old-fashioned cattle drive around the Trinity River near Dayton, Texas.

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Category: News, State News

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