Archive: 11/9/17: Thursday
Wynnewood Care Center Closes Amid State Budget Crisis
Amid the state budget crisis, two dozen elderly residents were uprooted from their homes. A skilled nursing center in Wynnewood closed its doors after the operator said costs continue to rise and funding for the state's Medicaid program continues to fall.
'So Many Babies' Among Those Slain In Texas Church Shooting
By the time Paul Brunner rolled up in his ambulance to the worst mass shooting in Texas history, the First Baptist Church was a chaotic triage scene. Parents cried and kids screamed, and nearly all the victims appeared to have been hit more than once.
Dino's Movie Moment: Murder On The Orient Express
A classic whodunit comes back to theaters this weekend. This will be the second time "Murder on the Orient Express" hits the big screen. Our Movie Man Dino Lalli got an early look and also tells us about a comedy-sequel starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
Medical Minute: Money And Smoking
Even when we know something would be good for our health, sometimes it's hard to actually do it. Sometimes it takes an incentive to get us over the hump and take action. News 9's Angela Buckelew tells us how dollars are turning smokers into non-smokers in today's Medical Minute.
Trends, Topics & Tags: Facebook’s Questionable Plan To Combat Revenge Porn
Facebook is trying a different strategy to combat "revenge porn". For those unfamiliar with the term, that's when someone tries to "get back" at a significant other by posting nude pictures of them online. Facebook wants to help potential victims and limit the power of abusers. But it's going to take a little trust.