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For years, we’ve had a lot of activity at our house.  With three boys, there’s no shortage of kids dropping in. Michelle feeds them and many stay overnight. It’s never a dull moment around the Bradshaw home. That’s the way we like it. But last week we had an unwelcome visitor. Someone invaded our privacy in the middle of the night. We don’t like that. Sometime in the early hours of Friday… Read More

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This week’s sexual assault of a young woman while jogging at Tulsa’s Lafortune Park has a lot of women worried for their safety. Police are still searching for the man who committed the rape, and today they’ve learned someone matching the suspect’s description approached four other people Thursday, but weren’t hurt. My co-anchor, Kristin Dickerson, talked to a self-defense expert, and got some great tips for women to protect themselves while out… Read More

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Canada.  Mexico.  Two countries that have been in the news for different reasons.  As different as the Olympics and ransom notes.  Hockey and kidnappings.  Vancouver and Juarez.  Good and bad.  Life and death. I was driving to work the other day and got a call (bluetooth, hands-free, so don’t go there) from a friend asking my opinion about his spring break plans.  He wants to take his family to Mexico for a… Read More

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It’s great to see people who fight back, and won’t be taken advantage of.   This week we had this story of a robber who met his match in a feisty elderly woman.

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Be careful out there during your holiday shopping, and be aware of what’s going on around you.  Talked to woman on phone Sunday night.  She was walking back to vehicle in Walmart parking lot.  As she was getting in, man with gun shoves her to passenger side.  She escapes when he had trouble starting her car.  He shoots at her, but misses.  Took her vehicle and purse, everything.  She’s pretty shaken up. … Read More

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