DRAMATIC VIDEO: Utah Trooper Saves Man Seconds Before Oncoming Train Smashes Vehicle
INCREDIBLE RESCUE: Dashcam video shows Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Ruben Correa pulling over and running up to a car on train tracks early Wednesday morning. Trooper Correa said he pulled the unconscious driver out seconds before a train hit the car. Utah Highway Patrol says the driver and trooper are safe.
A Clinic Treated A Fatigued 41-Year-Old With Testosterone; A Month Later He Had A Stroke
Two years ago, federal corrections officer Emmitt Landry was taken to a Houston hospital after having a stroke at age 41. About a month earlier, Landry had been feeling fatigued when coworkers told him about a clinic that could treat him with hormones.
Protesters Burn, Trample LeBron James Jerseys In Hong Kong
Hong Kong protesters on Tuesday trampled LeBron James jerseys and gathered in a semicircle to watch one burn. James' standing among basketball fans in Hong Kong took a hit over his recent comments suggesting that free speech can have negative consequences.
Retired Fort Worth Cop: 'I'm Afraid When I Get Stopped'
Aaron Dean, a white former police officer, is out on bond after being arrested and charged with murder for shooting Atatiana Jefferson, a 28-year-old black woman, inside her Texas home. He was responding to a neighbor's call for a wellness check.
LeBron James Says Daryl Morey Was 'Misinformed' When He Sent Hong Kong Tweet
For the first time, LeBron James is taking on the standoff between the NBA and China. On Monday night, the basketball star said Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey was "misinformed" or "not really educated" when he sent a tweet last week in support of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
AutoNation Accused Of Selling Vehicles With Unrepaired Safety Recalls
A new report out Tuesday accuses one of the nation's largest car retail chains of selling used vehicles with unrepaired safety recalls. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) looked into 2,400 used vehicles at 28 AutoNation dealerships nationwide.
It's National Grouch Day
Good news for office grumps. Today is National Grouch Day. The Sesame Street-inspired unofficial holiday has been celebrated since at least 1976 as a day for those who make grouchiness a way of life, much like Oscar. Merriam-Webster defines a grouch as someone who "complains frequently" and is "habitually irritable."
OKC Zoo Hosting Special Date Night Featuring 'Rick And Morty' RickmobileThe Oklahoma City has announced the return of Date Night on Monday, October 14, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The event will also feature the Rickmobile based on the Adult Swim series Rick and Morty. Tickets are $25 and are on sale now.
Mitchell Talks: Lawsuit Filed To Prevent Permitless Carry From Becoming Law
Opponents of permitless carry have filed suit in court to prevent it from becoming law Nov. 1. This week on Mitchell Talks the News 9 Sessions, we look into that lawsuit with our special guest Rep. Jason Lowe (D-Oklahoma City).
WATCH: Fort Worth Officials Apologize For Deadly Shooting
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and interim Police Chief Ed Kraus held a news conference Monday about the death of Atatiana Jefferson, who was shot and killed by a police officer in her own home. They said the officer involved, identified as Aaron Dean, has resigned and is expected to face criminal charges. Watch their remarks.
Father Of Texas Woman Shot Dead By Cop In Her Home: 'It's Senseless'
The father of a Texas woman shot and killed inside her own home by police during a wellness check is speaking out. Fort Worth police released body camera video of the incident where the officer shot Atatiana Jefferson through a window early Saturday.
WATCH: Parachutist Crashes Into Lamp Post
BUMPY LANDING: A parachutist was left dangling from a lamp post after he misjudged his landing at Spain's National Day parade in Madrid on Saturday. Here's a look at the botched landing that happened in front of the country's king! The man was OK and eventually rescued.
Startup Combats Food Waste By Selling 'Ugly Produce' For Cheaper Prices
You may have never heard of the "ugly produce movement," but what started as a small way to combat food waste has turned into a big business.
Start ups are selling funky looking fruits and vegetables that would have been thrown away at cheaper prices.
As States Cut Funding For Higher Education, Universities Use Lavish Perks To Compete For Students
The price of college is a cost that's supposed to be an investment. By 2020, an estimated 65% of jobs are expected to require at least some college training. But that training has never been more expensive, with the average cost of attending a public college up tenfold since 1965.