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Broken Arrow Police have eyes in the sky

Broken Arrow Police have eyes in the sky

The Broken Arrow Police Department now has an Unmanned Aerial System Program, better known as a drone. They say it will be used for Crime and Collision Scene Investigation, Emergency Management Incidents, Search and Rescue Operations, and Tactical Situations. They make a point to point out it won't be used for Routine Patrol, Warrantless Searches, or as a Weapons Platform. The drone was made possible by a donation from alumni of the Citizens Police Academy.

Man killed after taking Taser from officer

Man killed after taking Taser from officer

A scuffle with and Oklahoma police officer led to the death of a man over the weekend. Oklahoma City Police Sgt. Robbie Robertson says an officer responded to a request to check on a person lying on the side of the road. Police say when the fight started after the officer approached the man. He knocked her pepper spray away. She then attempted to use a Taser and he took that from her and tried to use it on her. Robertson says the officer then drew her gun and fired, killing the man. The officer has been taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries to her face and hands.

White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

In a spirited series of exchanges in the White House Briefing Room, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders batted away questions about women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct in the past, as Sanders ripped the news media for misleading stories on other subjects. “The President has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations,” Sanders said in the first of a number of questions about the subject. Three of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct urged Congress on Monday to investigate the claims against the President. The White House basically countered that it was old news. “This took place long before he was elected to be President,” Sanders told reporters. “The people of this country, in a decisive election, supported President Trump. 'The president has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations, and this took place long before he was elected to be president,' @PressSec says of women accusing Pres. Trump of sexual misconduct https://t.co/4NAJSB2AXV pic.twitter.com/NFHJzIU0xP — CBS News (@CBSNews) December 11, 2017 As for the accusations of sexual misconduct leveled by over a dozen different women, some Democrats in the Congress on Monday said it’s time for a public accounting of what really happened. ‘This is not about politics. This is not about policy,” Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) said in a fundraising email entitled, “Why Donald Trump must resign,” as several Democrats publicly called for that outcome. “At least 17 women have accused Donald Trump of horrific sexual misconduct, and I believe them,” Merkley added. “Congress must investigate allegations by many, many women that he sexually assaulted and harassed them,” wrote Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) on Twitter. “No one is above the law.” Things got more testy over news coverage of the Trump White House in a later exchange between Sanders and CNN correspondent Jim Acosta. Reporter: 'I would say that journalists make honest mistakes and that doesn't make them fake news.' @PressSec: 'When journalists make honest mistakes, they should own up to them. A lot of times you don't.' pic.twitter.com/WsTV0eFKXM — CBS News (@CBSNews) December 11, 2017 “You cannot say that it’s an honest mistake when you are purposely putting out information that you know to be false,” Sanders said.

WHAT: 10th Annual Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive with the American Red Cross, KRMG and FOX23. (Area residents have the opportunity to give more life while helping boost the blood supply prior to the holidays)  WHEN: Wednesday, December 20th and Thursday, December 21st from 7am – 7pm WHERE: The Red Cross Tulsa Blood Donation Center - on E. 11th Street just west of 169. – The KRMG Morning and Evening News will be broadcasting live on location both days. Come on by and say hi while you give the give of life. (We also have a 2nd location to donate at, which is at the Woodland Hills Mall from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m) GIVEAWAYS: All those coming to donate during the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive will receive a long-sleeved Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.INFO: Find all the info on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. MORE DETAILED INFO: Appointments for the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive can be made by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by donating blood or platelets now. Blood and platelet donations decline as people get busy with holiday activities and travel  Patients don’t get a holiday from needing blood or platelets. The Red Cross must collect nearly 14,000 blood donations every day to help ensure patients get the treatment they need.  During the season of giving, give the most important gift – more life.  The Red Cross is grateful to those who stepped up to give blood or platelets this year following historic disasters and heartbreaking tragedies. Yet, few people realize that donations are a year-round necessity to respond to everyday patient emergencies. It’s the blood already on the shelves that helps save lives during an emergency.  Donated blood is also essential for cancer treatments, childbirth complications and other crucial surgeries.  Volunteer donors are the only source of blood and platelets for those in need of transfusions.  New and repeat donors are encouraged to give to help ensure blood is available whenever and wherever needed. 
WHAT: 10th Annual Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive with the American Red Cross, KRMG and FOX23. (Area residents have the opportunity to give more life while helping boost the blood supply prior to the holidays)  WHEN: Wednesday, December 20th and Thursday, December 21st from 7am – 7pm WHERE: The Red Cross Tulsa Blood Donation Center - on E. 11th Street just west of 169. – The KRMG Morning and Evening News will be broadcasting live on location both days. Come on by and say hi while you give the give of life. (We also have a 2nd location to donate at, which is at the Woodland Hills Mall from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m) GIVEAWAYS: All those coming to donate during the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive will receive a long-sleeved Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.INFO: Find all the info on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. MORE DETAILED INFO: Appointments for the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive can be made by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by donating blood or platelets now. Blood and platelet donations decline as people get busy with holiday activities and travel  Patients don’t get a holiday from needing blood or platelets. The Red Cross must collect nearly 14,000 blood donations every day to help ensure patients get the treatment they need.  During the season of giving, give the most important gift – more life.  The Red Cross is grateful to those who stepped up to give blood or platelets this year following historic disasters and heartbreaking tragedies. Yet, few people realize that donations are a year-round necessity to respond to everyday patient emergencies. It’s the blood already on the shelves that helps save lives during an emergency.  Donated blood is also essential for cancer treatments, childbirth complications and other crucial surgeries.  Volunteer donors are the only source of blood and platelets for those in need of transfusions.  New and repeat donors are encouraged to give to help ensure blood is available whenever and wherever needed. 
WHAT: 10th Annual Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive with the American Red Cross, KRMG and FOX23. (Area residents have the opportunity to give more life while helping boost the blood supply prior to the holidays)  WHEN: Wednesday, December 20th and Thursday, December 21st from 7am – 7pm WHERE: The Red Cross Tulsa Blood Donation Center - on E. 11th Street just west of 169. – The KRMG Morning and Evening News will be broadcasting live on location both days. Come on by and say hi while you give the give of life. (We also have a 2nd location to donate at, which is at the Woodland Hills Mall from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m) GIVEAWAYS: All those coming to donate during the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive will receive a long-sleeved Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.INFO: Find all the info on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. MORE DETAILED INFO: Appointments for the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive can be made by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by donating blood or platelets now. Blood and platelet donations decline as people get busy with holiday activities and travel  Patients don’t get a holiday from needing blood or platelets. The Red Cross must collect nearly 14,000 blood donations every day to help ensure patients get the treatment they need.  During the season of giving, give the most important gift – more life.  The Red Cross is grateful to those who stepped up to give blood or platelets this year following historic disasters and heartbreaking tragedies. Yet, few people realize that donations are a year-round necessity to respond to everyday patient emergencies. It’s the blood already on the shelves that helps save lives during an emergency.  Donated blood is also essential for cancer treatments, childbirth complications and other crucial surgeries.  Volunteer donors are the only source of blood and platelets for those in need of transfusions.  New and repeat donors are encouraged to give to help ensure blood is available whenever and wherever needed. 
WHAT: 10th Annual Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive with the American Red Cross, KRMG and FOX23. (Area residents have the opportunity to give more life while helping boost the blood supply prior to the holidays)  WHEN: Wednesday, December 20th and Thursday, December 21st from 7am – 7pm WHERE: The Red Cross Tulsa Blood Donation Center - on E. 11th Street just west of 169. – The KRMG Morning and Evening News will be broadcasting live on location both days. Come on by and say hi while you give the give of life. (We also have a 2nd location to donate at, which is at the Woodland Hills Mall from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m) GIVEAWAYS: All those coming to donate during the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive will receive a long-sleeved Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.INFO: Find all the info on KRMG.com and the KRMG App. MORE DETAILED INFO: Appointments for the Tulsa Holiday Blood Drive can be made by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by donating blood or platelets now. Blood and platelet donations decline as people get busy with holiday activities and travel  Patients don’t get a holiday from needing blood or platelets. The Red Cross must collect nearly 14,000 blood donations every day to help ensure patients get the treatment they need.  During the season of giving, give the most important gift – more life.  The Red Cross is grateful to those who stepped up to give blood or platelets this year following historic disasters and heartbreaking tragedies. Yet, few people realize that donations are a year-round necessity to respond to everyday patient emergencies. It’s the blood already on the shelves that helps save lives during an emergency.  Donated blood is also essential for cancer treatments, childbirth complications and other crucial surgeries.  Volunteer donors are the only source of blood and platelets for those in need of transfusions.  New and repeat donors are encouraged to give to help ensure blood is available whenever and wherever needed. 
White House spars with reporters over Trump accusers, fake news

In a spirited series of exchanges in the White House Briefing Room, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders batted away questions about women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct in the past, as Sanders ripped the news media for misleading stories on other subjects.

“The President has addressed these accusations directly and denied all of these allegations,” Sanders said in the first of a number of questions about the subject.

Three of the women who have alleged sexual misconduct urged Congress on Monday to investigate the claims against the President. The White House basically countered that it was old [More]