Archive: 02/15/18: Thursday
Dino's Movie Moment: Black Panther
Marvel's latest blockbuster hasn’t officially hit the box office, but it’s has already broken records. Twitter announced "Black Panther" is the most-tweeted about movie in the world so far this year. The film is also already on track to break records in theaters this weekend. Movie Man Dino Lalli joins us now with his take on the movie.
Much Colder Weather, Rain Headed To Oklahoma For FridayWarm today, gone tomorrow -- at least across the Sooner State it is. A big cold front will be moving through Oklahoma Thursday night, bringing a 30-plus degree difference in temperatures in a day. Chief Meteorologist David Payne said that cold front was still in southern Kansas as of 4 p.m., meaning Oklahomans get to enjoy the 70s for a while longer. It made it up to 80 degrees in Tulsa. The record temperature for this date in Oklahoma City is 81, set back in 1954. See Also: Curren...
Florida School Shooting Suspect Charged With 17 Counts Of Premeditated Murder
An orphaned 19-year-old with a troubled past and an AR-15 rifle was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder Thursday morning after being questioned for hours by state and federal authorities following the deadliest school shooting in the U.S. in five years.
Florida School Shooting: Suspect ID'd As Nikolas Cruz, A Former Student
A former student opened fire at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing at least 17 people, sending students running out into the streets and SWAT team members swarming in before authorities took him into custody about a mile away.
Trends, Topics & Tags: Changes To LL Bean Return Policy Prompts Lawsuit
LL Bean is facing several lawsuits over its new return policy. Last week the company announced plans to end its decades-old policy that let customers return products years after they had bought them. Since the announcement, more than a hundred customers filed a class action lawsuit, seeking at least $5-million in damages.
Medical Minute: Fighting Kidney Disease
More than 30 million Americans suffer from chronic kidney disease. It's often called “the silent killer” because there are no symptoms in the early stages. Researchers are working on ways to slow down the disease and possibly repair the kidney. Robin Marsh explains in today's Medical Minute.