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Science shows spanking can negatively affect children's behavior

Wed, 02/19/2020 - 11:53

Corporal punishment at a young age can cause major problems down the road.

Today in History May 23: Bonnie and Clyde killed during police ambush

Tue, 10/22/2019 - 11:41

There’s a lot to look back on in history for May 23, here are a few notable moments.

Oklahoma experts join KOCO 5 panel to discuss suicide prevention

58 min 26 sec ago

September is suicide prevention month, and a panel of experts join KOCO 5 to talk about the warning signs and how to openly talk about the issue with loved ones.

Rod Stewart opens up about three-year battle with prostate cancer

1 hour 4 min ago

Stewart said he was given the all-clear in July after being diagnosed with prostate cancer during a routine check-up in 2016.

'Seinfeld' is heading to Netflix in 2021

1 hour 4 min ago

Netflix may be losing Michael Scott and Chandler Bing, but it's gaining Jerry Seinfeld and Cosmo Kramer.

Former Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph to make first NFL start this weekend

1 hour 14 min ago

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph will make his first NFL start Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.

2019 Oklahoma fall fun: Corn mazes, pumpkin patches, haunted house and more

1 hour 30 min ago

From pumpkin patches, corn mazes to haunted houses, we put together this ultimate guide to fall activities for the entire family in Oklahoma.

Women speak out about lack of safeguards for female rideshare drivers

1 hour 31 min ago

"I am operating a vehicle that weighs over 4,000 pounds, in a confined space, with my back to passengers — not an ideal situation to defend yourself," an Uber driver said.

One year after being shot in the head, this police officer participated in a 5K

1 hour 51 min ago

Last year, a police officer in Covington, Georgia, was shot in the head while responding to a 911 call. This weekend, he defied all odds to participate in a 5K.

Walmart kicks off massive child car seat recycling program

1 hour 57 min ago

Walmart is launching a child car seat trade-in event in recognition of National Baby Safety Month.

Police: Man threatened mass shooting at LA County Fair because he didn't want to go with his parents

3 hours 22 min ago

The 22-year-old believed the threat would give him an excuse to not go to the fair, police said.

Kids won’t go to sleep? Disney is bringing back its bedtime hotline

3 hours 34 min ago

Disney is looking to make bedtime a little easier for your little ones by bringing back its bedtime hotline.

Ex-NFL player accused of faking racially motivated burglary

4 hours 4 min ago

Police say Edawn Louis Coughman trashed his restaurant and ice cream shop near Atlanta to fake a racially motivated burglary.

Authorities warn against man impersonating Garvin County deputy, pulling people over

4 hours 15 min ago

Authorities in southern Oklahoma are warning the public against a man who was pulling drivers over while impersonating a Garvin County sheriff’s deputy.

'Dancing With the Stars' replaces Christie Brinkley after injury

4 hours 19 min ago

Luckily, they're keeping her replacement in the family.

Colin Kaepernick's Nike ad wins Emmy for outstanding commercial

4 hours 51 min ago

The commercial, titled "Dream Crazy," features Kaepernick alongside other sports legends, including Serena Williams and LeBron James.

Walmart launches car seat trade-in event

5 hours 32 min ago

September is National Baby Safety Month and Walmart is using the opportunity to collect old and outgrown car seats.

Former NASCAR champ Mike Stefanik dies in plane crash

5 hours 39 min ago

Mike Stefanik, a nine-time NASCAR champion and NASCAR Hall of Fame nominee, died in a plane crash Sunday at the age of 61.

This is where germs hide in your house

5 hours 41 min ago

Get rid of these revolting roommates.

Man went to hospital for strange 'bug bite,' turned out to be leukemia

6 hours 11 min ago

Mike Balla was stunned when his unusual "bug bite" turned out to be a sign of leukemia. Here, doctors explain how common this is and the symptoms to look out for.

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