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    Quick Facts: Emergency crews near Spavinaw saved a woman from flooding Saturday. It happened near Highway 82 south of Spavinaw. A FOX23 photographer was at the scene and capture the rescue on video. WATCH the entire rescue unfold below: Trending Now on FOX23.com Arkansas toddler found dead, 2nd child missing Police: Store clerk killed in shooting, robbery at north Tulsa store Florida police say woman offered sex for chicken nuggets Oklahoma lawmaker wants to divert seized 'drug money' to U.S. border wall construction See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending Video Discovery of suspicious item in Collinsville cemetery leads to laughs
  • Delta Air Lines said it has returned a pilot to duty after investigating his actions during an altercation between passengers on a jetway after a flight. >> Read more trending news Video of the altercation was posted on entertainment website TMZ.com, showing a pilot trying to break up a fight between two passengers on a jetway. The pilot can be seen grabbing a passenger by the arm. He appears to slap his hand down on the person’s arm. According to Delta, the pilot was trying to break the grip one of the passengers had on the other passenger. The Atlanta-based airline said that after learning of the incident, which took place at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport last week, it “immediately removed the pilot from duty while we completed a thorough investigation. Local law enforcement was called to respond at the time of the incident.” “The pilot has since been returned to work as an investigation found that his actions de-escalated an altercation,” according to Delta’s statement.
  • Strong thunderstorms are causing flooding in the Midwest that has killed at least one person in Missouri, prompted numerous rescues and blocked roadways. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a woman died after being swept away by flood waters Saturday near Clever in southwest Missouri. The patrol says troopers responding to a call for help rescued a man traveling with the woman. The state reported nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues by late afternoon. Thunderstorms also topped trees and power lines in eastern Oklahoma, while more than 4 inches of snow fell in other parts of the state. The governors of Missouri and Oklahoma have declared states of emergency. Flooding and heavy rains also hit parts of Arkansas, while blizzard warnings were in effect in western Nebraska.
  • New Jersey won the lottery, vaulting four teams including the last-place Colorado Avalanche and expansion Vegas Golden Knights for the right to the first pick in the draft. The Philadelphia Flyers and Dallas Stars both made huge jumps in winning the second and third lottery drawings on Saturday night. Given just a 2.2 percent chance of winning, the Flyers went from the 13th spot to second. The Stars moved from the eighth spot to third in a lottery process that scrambled the final standings. Colorado entered with the best odds to win the lottery, but fell three spots and will select fourth. The Golden Knights will select sixth, moving back three spots from where they were slotted. Vegas and its desert rival Arizona Coyotes were each awarded the third-best odds to win at 10.3 percent. The seven-round draft will be held in Chicago on June 23 and 24. NHL Central Scouting ranks Brandon Wheat Kings forward Nolan Patrick as its top draft-eligible prospect even though he missed 35 regular-season and four playoff games due to injuries. Listed at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, Patrick finished with 20 goals and 46 points in 33 games. A year earlier, Nolan was named the Western Hockey League playoff MVP in leading Brandon to win its first title in 20 years. Swiss-born forward Nico Hischier is ranked second after earning Quebec Major Junior Hockey League rookie-of-the-year honors playing for Halifax. The lottery hasn't been kind to teams finishing last. This was the 11th time the team with the best odds failed to win. This marks the first time the Devils have won the draft lottery since it was introduced in 1995. The franchise has had the first pick once, in 1979, when the then-Colorado Rockies selected Rob Ramage. Winning the lottery presents a big boost for a Devils team that's missed the playoffs for a fifth straight season, and rebuilding under third-year general manager Ray Shero. No team in the lottery has ever made a bigger jump than the Flyers. The Devils won the lottery in 2011 despite having a 3.6 percent chance after finishing with the eighth fewest points. The Devils, however, could only jump four spots under the previous rules. The Golden Knights lottery got off to a bad start when the team announced general manager George McPhee was not able to travel to Toronto for the event due to flight delays. He instead watched the lottery in Washington, where he attended Game 2 of the Capitals second-round playoffs series against Pittsburgh. Vegas hockey operations analyst Tom Poraszka, who lives in Toronto, represented the team at the lottery. The only two teams who retained their positions based on the standings were Tampa Bay, who will select 14th, followed by the Islanders. The remaining 16 draft positions will be determined based on the playoffs. The Coyotes fell the furthest, moving from being tied for the third spot to seventh. Patrick compares himself to Los Angeles Kings two-way forward Anze Kopitar, and has several family ties to first-round draft picks. His father Steve Patrick split a six-year career between the New York Rangers, Buffalo and Quebec in the 1980s. Patrick's uncle is former defenseman James Patrick, who played 1,280 career NHL games before becoming an assistant coach. Hischier has an opportunity to be the highest drafted Swiss player, surpassing Nino Niederreiter, who was selected fifth overall by the New York Islanders in 2010. This year's crop of prospects lacks both the buzz of the previous two year's draft classes and is also short of top-end defensive depth. The top-five ranked North American skaters are all centers, including Minnesota-born high-schooler Casey Mittelstadt. The top-two ranked international skaters are both forwards: Russian-born Klim Kostin and Swede Elias Pettersson. The previous two lottery winners landed transformational players. In 2015, Edmonton jumped three spots to win the right to select center Connor McDavid, who has played a key role in helping the Oilers end a 10-year playoff drought this season. And the Toronto Maple Leafs have benefited from selecting Arizona-born forward Auston Matthews a year ago. Matthews is a favorite to win rookie of the year honors after helping the Maple Leafs go from last place to clinching the Eastern Conference's final playoff spot. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/tag/NHLhockey
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. took a moment Saturday morning to pay tribute to his father on what would have been Dale Earnhardt’s 66th birthday. >> Read more trending news “Happy Birthday dude,” Dale Earnhardt Jr. wrote on his Instagram page alongside a photo of himself as a child with his dad. It had already been quite a week for the younger Earnhardt. He announced Tuesday that he would be retiring at the end of the 2017 NASCAR season and he celebrated the creation of The Dale and Amy Earnhardt Activity Room at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, alongside his wife, Amy. Besides Dale Earnhardt’s fans, fellow drivers and other members of the Earnhardt family also paid tribute to the NASCAR legend. “Thinking about my pawpaw today on his 66th birthday,” Jeffrey Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt’s grandson, wrote on his Instagram page. “Some (heroes) wore capes, he wore a fire suit. Big inspiration in my life.”
  • ___ CROWNS IN TOWN The curse-breaking World Series trophies that the Red Sox won in 2004 and the Cubs earned last year will both be on display at Fenway Park when Boston hosts Chicago in the nationally televised night matchup. Fans can pose for pictures with both pieces of hardware, with a suggested donation of $20 that will go to each team's charities. Kyle Hendricks starts for Cubs against Eduardo Rodriguez. BOOMIN' Boosted by Aaron Judge, the Yankees have hit nine home runs in taking two straight from Baltimore. The 6-foot-7 Judge has connected three times vs. the visiting O's, helping New York post the best record in the majors and get in position for a sweep. 'It's fun when everybody's hittin' the ball out of the yard,' said Austin Romine, who homered and drove in five runs Saturday in a 12-4 romp. FAN ZONE Nationals star Bryce Harper and Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber have both struck out six times in the last two days. Harper followed his first three-strikeout game of the season Friday by going 0 for 4 and fanning three more times Saturday vs. the Mets. Coming into the series, he had struck out just 14 times in 22 games. Schwarber is hitting just .211 after two tough games in Boston. RAINY DAYS The Royals have lost eight in a row, dropping them to 7-15. The skid was put on pause Saturday night when they were rained out at home against Minnesota. Jason Hammel (0-2) will try to end the streak when he faces Twins righty Phil Hughes (3-1). ROTATING Arizona manager Torey Lovullo says he'll know which direction the Diamondbacks will go with their rotation after losing Shelby Miller for the season. Miller said Saturday that he'll have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. The 26-year-old Miller was 2-2 with a 4.09 ERA after going 3-12 last year in his first season with Arizona. Zack Godley currently has Miller's spot, but Lovullo says the team is still deciding. 'It's time for somebody to step up, embrace that new challenge, and run with it. The candidates that we're talking about, we feel very comfortable with,' he said.
  • Quick Facts: Heavy rain flooded parts of Tahelquah and Cherokee County Saturday. Multiple streets and highways were closed due to high water. GALLERY: Rising water raises concerns in Green Country FOX23's Cailey Dougherty talked with residents and investigating flood reports. DOWNLOAD the FOX23 News app for updates sent to your phone. Highway Closings: SH-80 is closed five miles south of SH-51 between Hulbert and Fort Gibson. SH-51 is closed one mile east of Hulbert SH-10 is closed 10 miles north of US-62 Bumblebee mobile home  park in North Tahlequah near Allen road and Grand road were evacuated earlier- 34 homes  evacuated but people were  allowed back in around 7 p.m. FOX23's Cailey Dougherty went to Tahlequah:   Trending Now on FOX23.com Arkansas toddler found dead, 2nd child missing Police: Store clerk killed in shooting, robbery at north Tulsa store Florida police say woman offered sex for chicken nuggets Oklahoma lawmaker wants to divert seized 'drug money' to U.S. border wall construction See more trending stories on the FOX23 Facebook page Trending VideoDiscovery of suspicious item in Collinsville cemetery leads to laughs
  • Three people were rescued off the coast of Mayport after their boat sunk Saturday afternoon.The U.S. Coast Guard said a 'good Samaritan' rescued the three men who were found about 15 miles from the coast. A viewer sent in a video of the rescue.Rasika Kripamoya, who was on the charter boat and recorded the video of the rescue, said boaters on a charter fishing boat saved the three men, whose boat had sunk earlier in the day.Kripamoya said the men's boat sank about 12:35 p.m. and he and the others on the charter boat came upon them floating in the water. Jacksonville Hamburger Mary's forced to shut down kitchen due to pest control issues According to the video's Facebook post, the boat took on water after its bilge pump stopped working and then the men were swimming for hours. Ozni Tayag, who helped rescue the men and posted the video, said they had previously seen the men get ice at a nearby bait shop before they went out on the ocean to fish. 'Thank God we saw them. Crazy thing is we had gotten ice for them this morning at the bait shop. Be thankful for your life because it can flash before your eyes in a matter of seconds,' Tayag said in the post.The Coast Guard said the three men were taken to Morning Star Marina.No injuries were reported. 
  • Jean-Gabriel Pageau got his fourth goal of the game in the second overtime after scoring twice late in regulation, lifting the Ottawa Senators over the New York Rangers 6-5 Saturday in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Ottawa leads the series 2-0 despite trailing by two goals after Brady Skjei's score with 14:50 left in the third. Pageau cut it to 5-4 with 3:19 left in the period, then tied it with 1:02 remaining. Pageau scored again 2:54 into the second OT, snapping in a shot during a 2-on-1 rush alongside Tommy Wingels. Pageau is the first Senator ever with four goals in a playoff game. Marc Methot and Mark Stone also scored for Ottawa, and Craig Anderson had 43 saves. Skjei had two goals for New York and Michael Grabner, Chris Kreider and Derek Stepan also scored. Henrik Lundqvist stopped 28 shots. The series heads to New York for Game 3 on Tuesday night. Ottawa lost Clarke MacArthur to injury and won despite letting Grabner and Stepan score short-handed. It leads a playoff series 2-0 for only the second time in team history and first since the 2007 Eastern Conference final against Buffalo. The Senators have never swept a postseason series. Skjei scored a few minutes after Stone cut New York's lead to 4-3. Skjei broke up an odd-man rush, took a feed from Brendan Smith in transition and fired in his fourth goal of the playoffs. Pageau rallied the Senators with a pair of tip-in goals, the first on a point shot from Zack Smith, and the second on Kyle Turris' shot from the left faceoff circle. After his OT score, Pageau slid into the end boards, skated to the left corner and was swarmed by teammates. Wingels stopped to scoop the puck out of the goal before joining the pile. The 24-year-old Pageau has two career postseason hat tricks. He scored 12 goals in 82 games for Ottawa this season, and this was his first career overtime score. After Erik Karlsson's unlikely tally late in regulation lifted Ottawa in Game 1, the Senators came out flying early in Game 2. Canadian Tire Centre appeared near capacity after more than 2,000 seats were left empty in the opener two nights earlier. Ottawa had three straight power-play chances early, but it didn't even manage a shot on goal in that time, although Karlsson did hit a post. Mike Hoffman fired a sloppy pass that was picked off by Kevin Hayes at one point and MacArthur dropped another feed to no one in particular. Grabner got his goal during Ottawa's second power play. Stone couldn't corral a puck that sailed around the boards, and Jesper Fast and Grabner sped away on a successful 2-on-1. Pageau tied it with 6:01 left in the first, his second of the playoffs. The Ottawa native picked off Dan Girardi's pass in the neutral zone, then beat Lundqvist. Kreider and Stepan both scored in the middle of the second, then Ottawa pulled within 3-2 on Methot's goal with six minutes to play in the period. New York re-upped its lead when Skjei sent a seemingly harmless point shot toward goal that caromed off Dion Phaneuf's leg in front. The puck sailed right between Anderson's pads, and the goalie raised his arms in frustration after not having seen it. Stone got one past Lundqvist less than two minutes into the third, but the Rangers came back a few minutes later to increase the deficit back to two on Skjei's second of the game and fourth of the playoffs. Karlsson, who's been excelling this spring despite two hairline fractures in his left foot, briefly went to the Ottawa dressing room in apparent discomfort during the middle frame. He returned, but then took a hard hit into the end boards from Ryan McDonagh as the second period expired. MacArthur also got a heavy check from the Rangers captain late in the first period. He played two shifts in the second and didn't return. The 32-year-old missed most of the last two seasons with concussion problems. ___ More AP hockey: https://apnews.com/tag/NHLhockey
  • A woman was recently arrested for allegedly embezzling nearly $9,000 from a Broken Arrow Mazzio's. Police report Diana Pruett confessed to processing false refunds when customers used cash. She would then pocket the money. One resident we spoke to says Pruett is hurting the community by her actions. “It’s really sad when you feel like you can depend on the people that live in our community to be fair and honest,” the resident said.  “We’re all in this community together. “ She was discovered, when a manager noticed something suspicious with the number of returns and refunds at the store. Pruett was booked into the Tulsa County Jail and has since bonded out.  
  • We have updated information regarding a clerk getting fatally shot on Friday at the S&K Food Mart near East Virgin Street and North Sheridan. Following a standoff that lasted a few hours, police confirm three people have been taken into custody at an apartment complex near 31st and Garnett.  One of those suspects wasn’t involved in the standoff.    Police tell us the clerk didn't deserve to have this happen to him. “It’s never good when someone is dead,” TPD said  “It’s senseless.  For very little gain.” It's believed one or more of the suspects may also be responsible for a robbery at a bakery near 11th and Lewis around the same time. As of early Saturday morning,  no names have been released.  
  • President Donald Trump will use his 100th day in office to make a return to the campaign trail, holding an evening rally in the Pennsylvania state capital of Harrisburg, taking his message of change back to the familiar crowds of the 2016 race for the White House. While Mr. Trump has been happy to highlight his accomplishments of his first 100 days – he has also mixed that 100 day review with jabs at the news media, saying the measurement for a new President is a “false standard.” “We’re moving awfully well, getting a lot of things done,” the President told the press after signing an executive order on offshore oil and gas exploration on Friday. “I don’t think there’s ever been anything like this,” Mr. Trump added. President Trump: 'I don't think anybody has done what we've been able to do in 100 days' https://t.co/lww9H061kG — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) April 28, 2017 In a speech on Friday in Atlanta at a gathering of the National Rifle Association, the President visited familiar campaign themes, replaying the events of Election Night, and jabbing at Democrats at every opportunity. “Only one candidate in the General Election came to speak to you, and that candidate is now the President of the United States, standing before you again,” the President said, eagerly reminding the crowd that few people gave him a chance to win last year. “And remember they said, “There is no path to 270.” For months I was hearing that,” Mr. Trump added, as he vowed to protect the Second Amendment during his time in office. President Trump: 'I will never, ever infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms' https://t.co/Gsk5Vz2iOV — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) April 28, 2017 The President’s choice to go to Harrisburg – the state capital – is an interesting one, as Dauphin County was one of only 11 counties to vote for Hillary Clinton in November, going 49 to 46 percent for the Democrats. Mr. Trump won the Keystone State by just 44,000 votes, as his wins in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin were a linchpin for his overall victory. “It was a great evening, one that a lot people will never forget,” Mr. Trump said Friday. “Not going to forget that evening.” The President’s decision to hold a Saturday evening rally in Pennsylvania is also notable for what he will leave behind in Washington, D.C. – the White House Correspondent’s Dinner – which Mr. Trump and his top aides decided not to attend.
  • If you have outdoor plans for Saturday, you will need an umbrella and a good pair of rain boots. National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Lacy tells us most of Saturday will be a rain out. “Pretty good chance for rain, about 100 percent,” NWS said.  “Especially, during the early part of the day.”   We also have a chance for severe weather.   “The main threat should begin to shift to the east and south of Tulsa,” NWS said.   The high for Saturday will be around 73 degrees. There is also rain in the forecast for Saturday night and Sunday.  
  • Police were called to a the S&K Food Mart Friday evening near Virgin St. and Sheridan. Police tell FOX23 the clerk was hit and killed. No one else inside the store was injured. No word yet on the clerk’s identity or any suspect information. Tune to NEWs102.3 and AM740 KRMG for updates.