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Waco, Texas: On Good Friday, April 22, 2011, Dr. Albert Ray Niederer peacefully entered the life everlasting. Services are Tuesday, April 26, at First Baptist Church in Waco. Ray was born Aug. 5, 1938, in Waco to Gus Albert and Freda Gummelt Niederer....
Tags: Good Friday, Education, Cleveland, Baylor University , Graduation
The death of a man who died at Kona Grill last week has been ruled a homicide. Doug Tipton, 31, of Tulsa, Okla., was in town on business. Police said he got into a fight with four other men while at the Plaza restaurant. Tipton died at the hospital after...
Blake Edwards, a writer-director who battled depression in his personal life yet was known as a modern master of slapstick and sophisticated wit with hit films such as the "Pink Panther" comedies, "10" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," has died. He was 88....
Web ReporterSeattle Storm fans welcomed the team home with a parade and rally in their honor after they returned from their title-winning game in Atlanta. The Storm swept the Atlanta Dream to take the WNBA title Thursday night. Fans lined a parade route from the...
KTLA NewsTULSA, OK -- A 23-year-old Tulsa woman has been arrested for first-degree murder in the death of her infant son. Janette Mickelboro was arrested Wednesday for the Aug. 20 death of 3-month-old Hunter Warner. She is being held in the Tulsa Jail on $250,...
Tags: KTLA, Crimes, Assault, Crime, Law and Justice, Murder
KTLA NewsTULSA Ok. -- A man who fell off a bridge into the Verdigris River while he was being sought by police for his daughter's disappearance has been booked into the Tulsa Jail on outstanding charges.
Martin Gardner, for 25 years the master of matters mathematical for Scientific American's "Mathematical Games" column and later the punisher of the paranormal and the pseudoscientific in his column "Notes of a Fringe Watcher" for the Skeptical Inquirer,...
The 33 NewsThe Battle of the Bands is a contest we've had on the 33 and The RC for a while, and we finally have a winner! Stars Go Dim is a Tulsa, Oklahoma based band and they won over our audience! We had them in our studio today to talk about their sound, their...
Tags: Dallas, Oklahoma, Recording Studios
Culture MonsterRue McClanahan, who played the aging Southern belle Blanche Devereaux in the hit NBC comedy series "The Golden Girls," died Thursday at age 76. Reports said she passed away after suffering a stroke at a New York hospital. The actress......
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Donald Gansauer, in Canton, asks: “Is there any evidence that hailstorms occur more in rural areas than urban areas?” There is, but then most of our land mass is rural. Using data from the National Climatic Data...
Tags: Mississippi, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Postcards from FloridaThe Doubletree Hotel at the Entrance to Universal Orlando has announced thatĀ it will be the first hotel in the city to introduce PUREĀ® Allergy Friendly Rooms. This Doubletree location is introducing an entire floor of 24 new PURE rooms which create...
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